|MILO World of Sports|
|Directed by||Jeff Manibay|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||n/a (airs Saturday)|
|Executive producer(s)||Vic del Rosario, Jr.|
Veronique Del Rosario-Corpus
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original run||November 11, 2012 – February 3, 2013|
|Preceded by||MILO Sporting World|
|Related shows||MILO Sporting World|
MILO World of Sports was a weekly sports show prouced by Viva Television teams up with MILO from Nestle Philippines Inc. and aired on IBC-13. Hosted by Paolo Trillo and Janelle So, premiered on November 11, 2012. Promises to deliver more sports, more action foorage and more features on sports heroes than any other program on television today.
About the showEdit
Leading sports production outfit Viva Sports and Nestle Philippines, Inc., makers of MILO, are spearheading this program to encourage more people to get into sports, especially kids who may one day comprise a new generation of Filipino athletes.
Hosted by Janelle So and Paolo Trillo, featuring a weekly news round-up on the NBA and PBA, the two sports leagues closest to Filipino hearts, and viewer-favorites like boxing, billiards, tennis and golf as well as football, bowling, wushu, badminton, table tennis, volleyball, taekwando and others. The thrust is to capture the spectacular moment and the outstanding achievement. Aside from current sports events, the show is also envisioned to highlight spectacular moments in the Olympics, SEA Games and other competitions, and profiles achievements of great Filipino athletes, to feature those who will compete in the Sydney 2013 Olympics and to encourage children and adults to get into sports via instructional segments.
Both segments hope to inspire young people to participate in sports.
- Let's Get into Sports - aims to educate viewers about one specific sports a week
- Sports Heroes - chronicles the exploits of the great Filipino athletes of today
As a special treat, MILO World of Sports will have a weekly interactive promo where TV viewers can guess how a particular sports sequence turns out in exchange for cash prizes and MILO products.