ABS-CBN named Best Station by students anew ABS-CBN’s ‘TV Patrol’ and ‘Bandila’ lead winners in Aral Parangal and Platinum Stallion Awards

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    QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES – ABS-CBN Corporation picked up from where it left off, its winning year in 2015, bagging two Best TV Station awards and hauling in a total of 29 awards at the Aral Parangal Awards of the Young Educators’ Council of SOCCSKSARGEN (YECS)and the Platinum Stallion Awards of Trinity University of Asia early in 2016.

    ABS-CBN News also solidified its reputation as the most trusted news source of Filipinos, after its two flagship newscasts “TV Patrol” and “Bandila” scooped up Best National News Program and Best News Program from Aral Parangal and Platinum Stallion awards, respectively.

    imgresThe country’s largest news organization also received Best TV Magazine Show (“Rated K”), Best Educational TV Program (“Matanglawin”), Best TV Documentary (“Failon Ngayon”), and matanglawinBest National TV News Anchor (Ted Failon) from Aral Parangal, which held its awarding ceremony last January 23.

    ABS-CBN’s brave and truth-seeking journalists also triumphed at the FailonNgayon-BannerImage-960x300last February 3, after being bestowed Best Morning Show (“Umagang Kay Ganda”), Best Female AM Broadcast Journalist (Karen Davila), Best AM Radio Program (“Failon Ngayon”), Best Male News Anchor (Julius Babao), and Mostukg-banner-2015 Trusted Male Field Reporter (Atom Araullo) awards.
    It's_Showtime_(logo_2012)The network’s top-rating entertainment programs and artists also got much love from the youth of South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani, and General Santos (SOCCSKSARGEN). “It’s Showtime” was awarded Best TV Variety Show and Best Noon Show, “Gandang Gabi Vice” was Best Talk Show, “Maalaala Mo Kaya” was Best Drama Anthology, “Kapamilya Deal or No Deal” was Best TV Game Show, “Dancemmk-logo Kids” was Best Talent Search, while Vice Ganda was Best TV Personality.

    Students of Trinity University of Asia, meanwhile, gave the following honors: Best Talent Show (“The Voice”), Best Female TV Personality (Meg Imperial for her portrayal in one “Maalaala Mo Kaya” episode), Best Male Talk Show Host (Vice Ganda), and Best Female Talk Show Host (Kris Aquino), Best Film Actress (Dawn Zulueta in “The Love Affair”), and Best Child Actor (James “Bimby” Yap in the “Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin”). The network also won an award at the Print category for Best Student-Oriented Magazine (Chalk, ABS-CBN Publications).

    Two stars also took home two Citations. Trinity alumni Bryan Termulo and Ahron Villena received Outstanding Trinitian Media Practitioner awards for Music and for Film, respectively.

    Some of the award-winning content were seen while some continue to be available via The Filipino Channel’s (TFC) various platforms worldwide.

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