|UAAP on PTV|
People's Television Network
|Starring||various UAAP on PTV commentators|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Language(s)||mostly in English, Filipino|
|No. of episodes||n/a|
|Camera setup||multicamera setup|
2 hours (airs Tuesday and, Thursday)|
4 hours (airs Saturday and Sunday)
Studio 23 (2000-present)|
PTV (1995-1999, 2012-present)
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Original run||July 1, 2012 – present|
UAAP on PTV is the presentation of University Athletic Association of the Philippines basketball games in partnership with the Silverstar Sports.
In June 2012, with the UAAP is the partner of ABS-CBN Sports that airing on Studio 23. By June 30, 2012, the UAAP begin a contract with the People's Television Network strengthens its position as the country's premiere sports network to broadcast the UAAP games, acquired the broadcast rights to the partnership with Silverstar Sports. PTV broadcast in the university basketball league for the UAAP games on Tuesdays and Thursdays with one game from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and two games on Saturdays and Sundays from 2:00pm to 6:00pm for the collegiate basketball leagues with the UAAP fans simulcast on Studio 23 thru ABS-CBN Sports, which boast the PTV's ratings in the TV viewership performance. UAAP on PTV has a halftime with interview and topped with guest performances from cheerdance and artist, different computer-animated graphics, a roster of radio sports anchors and personalities for the coverage to deliver a more resounding quality coverage that should boost audience ratings further.
The new PTV sports center airing from the PTV studios located at the PTV Broadacst Complex, Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, some of the PTV sports news anchors in TV and radio. PTV-4 as the league’s TV, radio and marketing partner, and the perennial bottom-dweller in primetime ratings to millions of avid Filipino sports fans nationwide for over a million pesos.
The PTV's flagship national newscast PTV Sports, Balitaan, Good Morning Boss, News@1, News@6 and NewsLife is beginning to show in the audience ratings around the competition in the network's commitment to high-quality news and public affairs, cultural and edudational, and sports programming. PTV's industry acknowledge wide reach assures UAAP of increased viewership around the country.
PTV news anchor Kirby Cristobal, sportscaster Dennis Principe and Marco Benitez were added as the lead play-by-play commentators and its main anchors with Zaldy Perez, Sid Ventura and Mark Molina as the analysts, while the sideline reporter Nicole Ramos, Hazel Aguilon and Meg Siozon with the halftime hosts for the coverage. Occasional analysts were added in the panel with Randy Sacdalan, Eric Tipan and Noel Zarate. On July 8, 2012, Ralph Obina officialy with PTV news anchor for News@6, then joined the PTV sports center, PTV paid the league a total of over two billion pesos (300 million in 2012 and over 400 million in 2013).
List of broadcastersEdit
- Marco Benitez (UAAP commentator)
- Boom Gonzales (Samsung UAAP Sports Center host and UAAP presenter) (also from IBC)
- TJ Manotoc (UAAP commentator)
- Mark Molina (UAAP commentator)
- Anton Roxas (UAAP presenter)
- Eric Tipan (UAAP presenter)
- Sid Ventura (UAAP commentator)
- Randy Sacdalan (UAAP commentator)
- Ian Laurel (UAAP Volleyball Commentator)
- Mozzy Ravena (UAAP Volleyball Commentator)
- Ann Remulla (UAAP Volleyball Commentator)
- Kirby Cristobal (lead play-by-play for the PTV sports center)
- Joaqui Trillo (play-by-play)
- Ralph Obina (play-by-play)
- Dennis Principe (play-by-play for the PTV sports center)
- Meg Siozon (sideline reporter)
- Zaldy Perez (game analyst)
- Jimmy Javier (game analyst)
- Jude Turcuato (play-by-play)
- Hazel Aguilon (sideline reporter)
- Noel Zarate (UAAP commentators)
- Nicole Ramos (sideline reporter)