|Created by||Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation|
|Developed by||IBC News and Current Affairs|
|Directed by||Chito Cabatuando|
|Presented by||Jeff Arcilla|
|Theme music composer||Jimmy Antiporda|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||n/a (airs daily)|
Lito Ocampo Cruz|
IBC Weather Central|
Broadcast City, Quezon City
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original channel||IBC News Network|
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Original run||July 2, 2012 – present|
IBC News Network in partnership with Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) will launch a new weather program called PAGASA TV with hourly weather updates from PAGASA with anchor weather forecast Jeff Arcilla which is on IBC Studios in Broadcast City for IBC Weather Central will serve to the typoons and inclement weather conditons through the country with public information acquired while IBC acquired the patented weather forecasting system from Weather Central, LP, a United States-based company.
This weather program for every Filipino will serve a portal for constant weather news, health advocacy, and timely comprehension on relevant matters as well as weather report aims to deliver most accurate and up-to-date weather information to the Filipino people.
The program initiates social awareness and public service will bring projected storm tracks, wind direction, rain volume, water conditions, regional and provincial weather as well as other information related to weather.
Alongside from live weather updates, PAGASA TV consist of new segments
- Laging Mag-Handa, which provides various tips and reminders in times of crisis & natural calamities
- Oras Tama, which includes trivia and facts about the right time or season to do certain activities
- Nagpapanahong Kaalaman, tells the viewers about the basic terminologies of weather forecasting
- Lakas ng Sigla, providing us with tips and information on how the weather can affect on our health
- Ang Mundo ng PAGASA, which will feature the country’s national weather bureau to re-educate the viewers on their role to its citizens