IBC News Tonight
Format Newscast
Live action
Created by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Developed by IBC News and Current Affairs
Directed by Ellen "Renz" Argano
Presented by Cathy Eigenmann
Jake Morales
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes n/a (airs daily)
Executive producer(s) Rowie Valencia
Lorna Feliciano
Location(s) IBC Newscenter
Broadcast City, Quezon City
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel IBC
Original run February 11, 2002 – August 5, 2011
Preceded by Ronda Trese
Followed by News Team 13
External links
Program Site
IBC News Tonight was the late-night 30-minute news program aired on IBC from February 11, 2002 to August 5, 2011, it was replaced by News Team 13.

About the showEdit

The newscast premiered on February 11, 2002, replacing Ronda Trese. It was first anchored by Anthony Pangilinan. In November,4, 2002, he was later replaced by Noli Eala who is also appointed as the commissioner of the Philippine Basketball Association before the newscast at night. However, Eala eventually left the newscast and was replaced by replaced by Dennis Principe in December 15, 2003 but left the newscast in New Year 2006 to be acquired by NBN (now PTV), also a government-controlled network. Principe would later be replaced by Gina Dela Vega-Cruz.In August 4, 2007, Dela Vega-Cruz left the newscast was replaced by Joee Guilas, a former ABS-CBN and RPN business corespondent in August 6, 2007. Guilas had left the show in August 1, 2008 to be replaced by the female tandem of Rida Reyes and Thea Gavino in August 4, 2008. Reyes soon left the newscast in September 12, 2008 to be acquired by GMA Network, leaving Gavino as the sole main anchor. Gavino was replaced by Atty. Zorah Andam in November 2, 2009

Cathy Eigenmann with former Express Balita anchor Jake Morales replaced Andam in June 20, 2011. However, Jake Morales left the newscast several days later, leaving Eigenmann as its final anchor.

The newscast ceased airing on August 5, 2011 at 11:00 p.m. to make way for News Team 13.


Current anchorsEdit

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Substitute anchors


  • Money Matters
  • Sidelights

Theme MusicEdit

  • Good Lord, I'm Proud! by Joseph Saba and Stewart Winter, October 11, 2004-November 6, 2009

See alsoEdit