ABS-CBN’s flagship newscast, Television patrol, remains the oldest prime-time Filipino-language television newscast in the Philippines.
It has been broadcasting current news, issues and events from the Philippines and around the world since its first broadcast in 1987.
In those years,Television patrol viewers saw reporters and presenters come and go.
And among those who are gone Television patrol, there were those who were in the news themselves due to their controversial outings.
Who were they? PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) gives details.
Veteran GMA-7 broadcaster Mel Tiangco was one of the early presenters of Television patrol.
She also hosted the chat show with Jay Sonza Mel and Jay which started airing in 1989.
In 1995, Mel was suspended “without pay” by ABS-CBN from its two shows. to approve a brand of detergent.
Apparently, ABS-CBN had a circular stating that its news and current affairs talents were not allowed to appear in commercials and commercials.
Mel chose to upgrade to GMA-7 in 1996.
Her decision prompted ABS-CBN to file a lawsuit against her, citing a contractual clause that barred talent from working in a competing network for a year after leaving the Kapamilya network.
Amid the legal battle, Mel continued as an anchor for Television patrolrival program of, 24 Oras, and host of the dramatic anthology Magpakailanman.
In 2011, the Supreme Court dismissed the ABS-CBN v Mel case.
In 2013, Mel said in an interview that her battle with ABS-CBN had been the most painful part of her life.
“Dini-describe ko nga nun na, feeling ko, para akong ipis nun. Alam niyo naman do you like ipis?
“Di ba, tinatapakan, tapos idiin pa para mapisa nang husto?” Ganun ang feeling ko nun.
NOLI DE CASTRO
Noli de Castro was another Television patrol original.
It has become the sole anchor of Television patrol after Mel left in 1996.
In 2001, he left the series to run for the Senate. He won, and later became Vice President of the Philippines in 2004.
At the end of his term as Vice President in 2010, Noli returned to the anchor Television patrol with Korina Sanchez.
Eleven years later, in 2021, Noli again left the program to run for the Senate again.
But a few days after filing his nomination paper, Noli announced his withdrawal from the Senate race.
There are discussions he may not come back to Television patrol.
Korina Sanchez joined for the first time Television patrol in 1995, replacing Mel Tiangco.
His stint on the news program, however, was intermittent.
In 1996, Korina left the program to devote herself to her personal exhibition, Balitang K, which served as pre-programming for Television patrol.
When Balitang K was canceled in 2001, Korina returned to the anchorage Television patrol with Henry Omaga Diaz and Aljo Bendijo, and later, Julius Babao.
In 2004, Korina left Television patrol when the show has undergone reformatting.
That same year, she hosted her own magazine show, Classified K, and later anchored with Julius Babao and Karen Davila the late night newscast Bandila, which was established in 2006.
In 2010, ABS-CBN reformatted TV Patrol again. Korina was removed from Bandila and returned to Television patrol join Ted Failon and the comeback Noli de Castro.
In November 2013, Korina made a remark on her late radio show about a “blonde reporter ng CNN” whose reports were “Mali-Mali”.
Korina’s comment drew criticism from netizens who believed she was referring to Anderson Cooper and sided with her, claiming the CNN reporter seen by himself devastation in Tacloban caused by super typhoon Yolanda.
Cooper reportedly urged Korina to travel to Ormoc, Tacloban, to see for herself the calamity there.
When she did not show up in the November 15 and 18 episodes of Television patrol and in his radio program Noted Korina, rumors were circulating that the network had suspended Korina.
A source told PEP.ph that Korina was not exactly suspended but “pinagbakasyon lamang”.
On November 19, Korina was back in Rated Korina.
Through a phone patch, Korina clarified that she was touring the Western Visayas with her team for her magazine program’s special report on the conditions of those affected by the storm.
Korina would eventually resume her anchor duties on Television patrol.
In December 2014, Korina faced yet another issue for a remark she made during a Television patrol news about Typhoon Ruby hitting the Philippines and Japan.
She commented to co-host Noli de Castro, “Puwede bang sa kanila na lang lahat”, regarding Japan.
Noli replied, “Huwag naman.”
Weeks later, Korina stopped appearing on Television patrol. In 2015, a report from a gossip blog came out claiming that she had been fired from Television patrol.
In April 2015, Korina responded to the report, claiming that she had in fact taken a leave of absence from January to March 2015 to complete her Masters in Journalism.
Ultimately, Korina no longer returned to Television patrol when her husband, Mar Roxas, ran in the 2016 presidential elections.
Ted Failon joined for the first time Television patrol in 2004, when the show was reformatted to TV Patrol World. Its co-presenters were Karen Davila and Julius Babao.
Ted became a permanent fixture on the news until 2020.
He decided to leave ABS-CBN on August 31, including his radio show Failon Ngayon Sa Radyo.
ABS-CBN said in a statement that shutting down the network’s radio broadcast operations was the main reason for Ted’s decision to leave the network.
On September 11, 2020, Ted signed a contract with News5 for a show on Radyo Singko, the radio branch of TV5.
DJ Chacha, co-host of Ted on his late radio show ABS-CBN, joined him on Radyo Singko.
Ted and DJ Chacha currently host their radio show, Ted Failon and DJ Chacha with Radyo Singko.
Kim Atienza, also known as Kuya Kim in ABS-CBN, was the meteorologist for Television patrol from the year 2006, when he replaced the resident meteorologist, Ernie Baron, who succumbed to a heart attack.
Kuya Kim would top off her daily weather report with interesting anecdotes about the animal world.
He also hosted the show Matanglawin and would also join the variety show It’s show time.
In September 2021, PEP.ph Cabinet files suggested that Kuya Kim was leaving ABS-CBN to be transferred to GMA-7 in the coming weeks.
The report was later confirmed when Kuya Kim was seen shooting at the GMA-7 premises.
On October 1, Kuya Kim officially said goodbye to ABS-CBN and made her last weather report on Television patrol.
On October 4, GMA-7 greeted Kuya Kim through a report in 24 Oras. It began its stint on Kapuso’s flagship newscast on October 11.
Pinky Webb became the anchor of Television patrol2011 weekend edition with Alvin Elchico.
Apart Televised Patrol Weekend, Pinky also hosted Umagang Kay Ganda.
In 2016, Pinky resigned from ABS-CBN News to transfer to CNN Philippines.
She eventually became the host of the daily CNN Philippines program. Source and his Filipino TV news, Balitaan.
Atom Araullo began his news career in 2005, reporting from the field for television news programs. Television patrol and Bandila.
Atom sealed his reputation as a fearless journalist by braving the wrath of Typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban during Umagang Kay Ganda, which also aired on Television patrol.
Atom reported that the cam was wet and trying to balance against the strong wind.
Another viral moment from Atom on Television patrol It was when he was caught fixing himself before he made his report. This drew the attention of netizens who fell in love with him, appreciating his beauty.
In August 2016, Atom resigned his post as ABS-CBN News reporter, but remained an on-camera talent on his shows. Umagang Kay Ganda and Red alert. This would mean that he would stop appearing in Television patrol and other network information programs.
In a statement from ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Ging Reyes, Atom wanted “to pursue other efforts that would also help him grow as a reporter and host.”
In September 2017, Atom announced in the ABS-CBN morning program, Umagang Kay Ganda, that he was leaving the network.
There followed a strong buzz that Atom would be transferred to the rival network, GMA-7.
After all, he started his career with the Kapuso network via the magazine show 5 years and over.
On September 21, Atom was officially greeted as the new Kapuso on its prime-time newscast. 24 Oras.
Inside information then was that Atom’s transfer had something to do with his desire to go beyond anchor work and on-camera reporting, so he could do more documentaries.
GMA-7 grated his wishes.
Since then, Atom has been making documentaries for I testify and for its own monthly show, Atom Araullo special offers.
Atom would also be a blow to Mike Enriquez as an anchor in 24 Oras during the enhanced community quarantine.
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