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Format Newscast
Live action
Created by PTV
Developed by PTV News and Public Affairs
Directed by Phillip Valdez
Presented by Kirby Cristobal
Princess Habibah Sarip-Paudac
Audrey Gorriceta
Narrated by Edwin Eusebio
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes n/a (airs daily)
Executive producer(s) Essen Mei Miguel
Location(s) PTV Newscenter, Broadcast Complex, Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Running time 1.5 hours
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run July 2, 2012 – July 8, 2016
Preceded by Teledyaryo
Followed by PTV News (Afternoon Edition)
Related shows RadyoBisyon
Good Morning Pilipinas
PTV News (Afternoon Edition)

News@1 is the flagship afternoon newscast of People's Television Network in the Philippines. Shown every weekdays at 1:00 pm Philippine Standard Time, is currently anchored by Kirby Cristobal, Princess Habibah Sarip-Paudac and Audrey Gorriceta.

The newscast is now simulcast on radio in all Radyo ng Bayan stations nationwide.

Airing historyEdit

News@1 premiered on July 2, 2012 as part of Telebisyon ng Bayan branding, anchored by Kirby Cristobal, Czarinah Lusuegro and Ralf Rivas who were used to work in another government-owned television station IBC 13 as the Kapinoy network. However, in August 2012, Lusuegro and Rivas were replaced by newcomers Sandro Hermoso and Princess Habibah Sarip, just few weeks after its inception because of conflict in the shifts of the first two anchors. It was also the first time to have a Muslim newscaster on a national newscast in the Philippines. As of October 1, 2012, Sarip eventually left the newscast for NewsLife and repleaced by Angelica Movido who joins Cristobal and Hermoso of the main anchors in October 1, 2012. Movido, who is the joined a reality show in other network.

On January 13, 2013, the program extended to weekends via its spinoffs News@1: The Week that Was on Saturdays with Hajji Kaamiño and Princess Habibah Sarip, and News@1: Junior Edition on Sundays uses English, instead of Filipino on delivering the news. However, these editions were stopped as of May 25, 2014 and May 31, 2014, respectively.

Movido left the newscast on March 27, 2013 and replaced return of Princess Habibah Sarip to rejoin Cristobal and Hermoso as of April 1, 2013 with a new set of PTV Newscenter. On July 22, 2013, along with News@6 and The Weekend News, News@1 has given the nnew redisigned logo and title card used throughout the news program and new opening billboard (OBB) with opening titles to challenge the new studios.

Hermoso left the newscast as he continue to host fir Good Morning Boss on September 30, 2013. As of October 1, 2013. JC Tejano joined the anchors of Cristobal and Habibah Sarip, alongside Balitaan, News@6, NewsLife and The Weekend News, News@1 relaunched the new opening billboard (OBB) with 3D computed-animated and opening titles, new set, news desk and new motion 3D graphic design.

As of June 2, 2014, in line with their 40th anniversary in the Philippine television industry, News@1, together with People's Television Network Channel 4's newscasts (Balitaan, PTV Newsbreak, News@6, NewsLife and The Weekend News) will be reformatted with new titlecards, new graphic designs and a brand new studio set design by Extremity Arts.

In 2015, Tejano was replaced by Hajji Kaamiño. Following Kaamiño's departure in October 5, 2015, he was replaced by Audrey Gorriceta.

News@1 air their last broadcast in July 8, 2016 to make way for PTV News (1:00pm).




Segment anchorsEdit



  • Ulat Malacañang - Report from Malacañang correspondent Rocky Ignacio and Elena Luna.
  • On the Road - Traffic Update
  • Kalakalan - Business and Economy News
  • Balitang Pambansa - World News
  • Ulat Panahon - Weather Forecast
  • Balitang Panlalawigan - Countryside News
  • Sports Ngayon - Sports News
  • GloBalita - Foreign News
  • Balitang Asean - Southeast Asia News
  • In Ka Ba? - Feature Segment

Special SegmentsEdit

  • Bisig sa Batas - Legal Segment
  • Xiao Time: Ako ay Pilipino - Historical Commentary Segment


See alsoEdit