Mirasol del Cielo Edit

Mirasol del Cielo
Genre Soap opera
Created by GMA Radio-Television Arts
Starring Sugar Benedicto

Vic Silayan

Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 304
Camera setup Multi-camera setup
Running time 1 hours
Original channel GMA Radio-Television Arts
Picture format 480i, SDTV
Original run January 6, 1986 – February 27, 1987
Preceded by Anna Liza
Followed by Golpe de Gulo

Mirasol del Cielo was a Philippine drama soap opera of GMA Network from 1986 to 1987

Casts Edit

    • Sugar Benedicto
    • Vic Silayan
    • Martin Nievera
    • Gladys Reyes


    • Philippine television series
    • GMA Network

GMA News and Public Affairs Edit

GMA News and Public Affairs
Created by GMA Network
Country Philippines
Key people Marissa Flores, Head - News & Public Affairs 

Jessica Soho, Head - News Programs 
Clyde Mercado, Head - GMA Public Affairs 
Nessa Valdellon, Head - GMA News TV 
Florian Balmes, Head - GMA News Research 
Grace dela Peña, Head - News Operations 
Rikki Escudero, Head - Regional TV

Slogan Walang Kinikilingan, Walang Pinoprotektahan, Walang Kasinungalingan, Serbisyong Totoo Lamang (Nothing is Favored, Nothing is Protected, No Lies, True Service Only)
Website GMA News

GMA News and Public Affairs (formerly RBS News Department, GMA Radio-Television News and GMA Rainbow Satellite News) is the news department of the Philippine broadcaster GMA Network and its sister network GMA News TV. It produces news and infotainment programs for all GMA Network owned and affiliated television and radio stations in the Philippines, and internationally through GMA Pinoy TV and GMA Life TV. GMA News and Public Affairs is currently headed by Marissa Flores. It is headquartered at the Ground Floor of GMA Network Center in Quezon City.<ref>GMA Network - Management.</ref>

Contents Edit


  • 1 History
    • 1.1 News division
    • 1.2 Public Affairs division
    • 1.3 Accolades
  • 2 Programs
    • 2.1 Currently aired
      • 2.1.1 GMA shows
      • 2.1.2 GMA News TV shows
    • 2.2 Regional Newscasts
    • 2.3 Regional Public Affairs Shows
    • 2.4 Defunct
  • 3 News and Public Affairs personalities
    • 3.1 The Six Pillars of GMA News and Public Affairs
    • 3.2 Newscasters
    • 3.3 News Reporters
    • 3.4 Public Affairs personalities
    • 3.5 Regional Personalities
      • 3.5.1 Dagupan
      • 3.5.2 Santiago, Isabela
      • 3.5.3 Iloilo
      • 3.5.4 Cebu
      • 3.5.5 Davao
    • 3.6 Former Staff
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

History Edit

GMA News and Public Affairs logo with the "Serbisyong Totoo" tagline.

News division Edit

The GMA News division traces its origin from the Republic Broadcasting System, established by Robert Stewart in 1959. Programming of its radio station, DZBB depended on mostly on news reports. The station covered the eruption of Mt. Hibok-Hibok in 1951, and the election and death of former President Ramon Magsaysay. While RBS Channel 7 was established in 1961, it was in 1970s that GMA became one of the most-watched television news source in the country. In 1983, Channel 7 was the first to break the news of Ninoy Aquino's death, and later would be the only television station to broadcast his funeral. The channel also became the first station to broadcast the Ramos-Enrile break-away that led to the People Power Revolt.

In 1998, GMA teamed up with the Philippine Daily Inquirer to produce election coverage. Its flagship newscast, Saksi, won the 1999 Asian Television Awards and 2002 New York Festival awards for Best Newscast. In 2006, GMA News was praised by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for its news coverage, and said that it was the reason for the network's high ratings. In the 2006 SWS Media Trust survey, GMA News garnered 60% of public trust, second only to rival ABS-CBN with 68%. But a similar Pulse Asia survey shows that GMA News is the more credible in the country and to key demographics. [1]

GMA News became a pioneer in local television news in many ways. GMA was one of the pioneers of women in broadcast journalism. Tina Monzon-Palma was one of the first women co-anchors when she first presented News at Seven, one of the most-watched news programs in the 1970s and . Helen Vela was the first woman to anchor news in Tagalog for GMA Balita, and Mel Tiangco was the first late-night solo anchor for Frontpage. GMA was the first to broadcast an hourly news program, GMA News Live which is known today as the GMA Flash Report, and the first station to use a ticker for breaking news and traffic information. GMA News was also the first to use Electronic News Gathering Vans in the country in 1995. In 2004, it regularly began to use Satellite News Gathering facilities to reach more remote areas. It also covered major events in the country, such as the 1995 World Youth Day, 2003 World Meeting of Families, and 2000 Today.

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary, GMA airs Limang Dekada: The GMA News 50th Anniversary Special on January 10, 2010 on GMA and January 31, 2010 on Q.

Public Affairs division Edit

GMA’s Public Affairs division was established in 1987<ref>Dimaculangan, Jocelyn (October 23, 2007). GMA Public Affairs celebrates 20 years of public service on October 28. Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved on October 23.</ref> when Tina Monzon-Palma, then head of GMA News recognized that a 30 minute newscast was not adequate and sufficient to inform the general Filipino public on what is happening to the recently established Aquino government after the historic People Power Revolution<ref>Abueva, Jose (February 22, 1999). People's Perception of People Power. Center for Southeast Asian Studies Northern Illinois University. Retrieved on February 22.</ref> in February 1986.<ref>Montalvan, Antonio II (March 10, 2008). Kris-Crossing Mindanao: People Power Paradies. Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved on March 10.</ref> It started with five news personnel including Marissa La Torre Flores (now handles GMA News and Public Affairs as senior vice president) and held office inside the cameramen’s locker room before moving into the state-of-the-art GMA Network Center with no experience, equipment, camera and an improvised set broadcasting at the old GMA building in Edsa with only a passion to work attitude. Now with more than 500 news personnel—here and abroad—and producing 16 of the most awarded programs on Philippine television today.

The public affairs program Weekend With Velez, was the first network-produced program on GMA, afterward renamed to Velez This Week and was hosted by Jose Mari Velez. Later that year it was joined with other public affairs shows such as Firing Line with Teddy Benigno (later on hosted by Oscar Orbos); View Point with Dong PunoStraight from the Shoulder hosted by Louie Beltran and The Probe Team by Che-Che Lazaro and Issues and Answers hosted by Art Borjal.

From a makeshift and improvised set, the once GMA News garnered several honors and recognitions from local and international award-giving bodies, including two gold medals in the New York Festivals and their first Peabody Award in 1999,<ref>2008 George Foster Peabody Awards Honors Broadcasting Excellence (2003). Retrieved on 1999.</ref> one of the most distinguished merit in the broadcast industry, the only one awarded to an Asian country. The first Peabody was given for Kidney for Sale, an investigative work on the selling of kidneys in a depressed area along the coast of Manila Bay. The award also recognizes Marissa Flores as the executive producer and a team of producers, writers, directors and reporters, as well as Jessica Soho, Michelle Seva-Recto, Jay Taruc, Leogarda Sanchez and Rowel Cornejo, Melchor Quintos and Gregg Gonzales.

When longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga! celebrated its silver anniversary in 2004, Public Affairs co-produced Eat Bulaga history with noontime show's production company Television and Production Exponents, Inc. or TAPE, Inc., because one of News and Public Affairs personalities Mr. Arnold Clavio was a contestant in a former segment of noontime show. He hosted it and was co-hosted by his Unang Hirit co-host, Ms. Rhea Santos.

Coinciding with its 20th anniversary in broadcasting excellence, GMA News and Public Affairs aired a documentary entitled 20: Dalawampung Taon ng GMA Public Affairs (20: Twenty Years of GMA Public Affairs) on October 28, 2007.<ref>GMANews.TV (October 4,). 20 years of GMA Public Affairs: The humble beginnings. 2007. Media Merge Corp. Retrieved on 2007.</ref>

The Public Affairs division of GMA is now headed by Nessa Valdellon as Vice President for Public Affairs.

In 2010, The I-Witness win the George peabody award. The show is the documentary of Kara David.

Accolades Edit

On December 9, 2003 the Philippine House of Representatives’ 12th Congress commended GMA News and Public Affairs through Resolution 787<ref>House Resolution 787, Philippine House of Representative 12th Congress (December 9, 2003). Retrieved on 2003-12-09. Template:Dead link</ref> authored by Rep. Rodolfo Plaza for its efforts in uplifting the standards of the Philippine broadcast industry by receiving the first Peabody Award gold medal for television news awarded to an Asian country in 1999.<ref>Peabody Awards (2003). Retrieved on 1999.</ref>

Programs Edit

Currently aired Edit

GMA shows Edit

  • 24 Oras
  • Aha!
  • Art Angel
  • Born to Be Wild
  • GMA Flash Report
  • Hanep Buhay
  • I-Witness
  • Imbestigador
  • Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho
  • Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko
  • Misteryo
  • Pinoy MD
  • Reporter's Notebook
  • Rescue
  • Saksi
  • Tunay na Buhay
  • Unang Hirit
  • Wish Ko Lang

GMA News TV shows Edit

  • Ang Pinaka...
  • Balita Pilipinas
  • Balitanghali
  • Bawal ang Pasaway kay Mareng Winnie
  • Best Men
  • Brigada
  • Day Off
  • Dobol B sa News TV
  • Fashbook
  • Life and Style with Gandang Ricky Reyes
  • Front Row
  • Full Time Moms
  • GMA News TV All Sports
  • Game!
  • Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales
  • Go Negosyo Kaya Mo
  • I Juander
  • In the Limelight
  • Investigative Documentaries
  • May Tamang Balita
  • Mommy Elvie @ 18
  • News to Go
  • News TV Live
  • On Call: Balita Serbisyo Ngayon
  • Pop Talk
  • Power House
  • Reel Time
  • Sarap at Home
  • State of the Nation with Jessica Soho
  • The Smiths
  • Tonight with Arnold Clavio
  • Tweetbiz Insiders
  • Weekend Getaway

Regional Newscasts Edit

      • Ratsada (GMA-6 Iloilo,GMA-5 Roxas, GMA-2 Kalibo, GMA-10 Sipalay and GMA-13 Bacolod)
      • Balitang Bisdak (GMA-7 Cebu)
      • Testigo (GMA-5 Davao)
      • Balitang Amianan (GMA-10 Dagupan and GMA-10 Baguio)
      • Balitang Isabela (GMA-7 Isabela)

Regional Public Affairs Shows Edit

      • Arangkada (GMA-6 Iloilo, GMA-13 Bacolod)
      • Buena Mano (GMA-7 Cebu)
      • Una Ka BAI (GMA-7 Davao)
      • Primera Balita (GMA-10 Dagupan and GMA-10 Baguio)
      • Ilonggo Isyu Subong- GMA Iloilo
      • Negrense Isyu Subong- GMA Bacolod
      • Isyu Karon Central Visayas - GMA Cebu
      • Isyu Karon Southern Mindanao - GMA Davao
      • Isyu Ngayon North and Central Luzon - GMA Dagupan/Baguio
      • Bicolandia Isyu Ngonian - GMA Naga
      • Isyu Karon Northern Mindanao - GMA Cagayan de Oro
      • Isyu Karon SOCSKSARGEN - GMA General Santos

Defunct Edit

    • Main article: List of shows previously aired by GMA Network#GMA News and Public Affairs
      Main article: List of shows previously aired by Q#News and Public Affairs programs

News and Public Affairs personalities Edit

The Six Pillars of GMA News and Public Affairs Edit

      • Mel Tiangco (Chief Operating Officer, GMA Kapuso Foundation)
      • Mike Enriquez (President & CEO, Radio GMA (RGMA))
      • Jessica Soho (Vice-President for News Programs, GMA News & Public Affairs)
      • Arnold Clavio
      • Vicky Morales-Reyno
      • Howie Severino (Editor-in-chief, GMA News Online)

Newscasters Edit

  • Lei Alviz (GMA Flash Report, News TV Live)
  • Pia Arcangel-Halili (Balitanghali, 24 Oras Weekend, Unang Hirit)
  • Bea Binene (Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales)
  • Ruth Cabal (GMA Flash Report, News TV Live)
  • Nelson Canlas (In the Limelight)
  • Aubrey Carampel (In the Limelight)
  • Arnold Clavio (Balita Pilipinas, Saksi, Unang Hirit)
  • Kara David (News to Go)
  • Luanne Dy (24 Oras Weekend, Unang Hirit)
  • Mike Enriquez (24 Oras, Dobol B sa News TV)
  • Susan Enriquez (GMA Flash Report, News TV Live)
  • Pia Guanio (24 Oras)
  • Grace Lee (24 Oras Weekend)
  • Jiggy Manicad (24 Oras Weekend)
  • Ivan Mayrina (News TV Live, On Call: Balita. Serbisyo. Ngayon., Unang Hirit)
  • Tina Panganiban-Perez (GMA Flash Report, News TV Live)
  • Rhian Ramos (In the Limelight)
  • Rida Reyes (News TV Live)
  • Lala Roque (GMA Flash Report)
  • Vicky Morales-Reyno (Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales, Saksi)
  • Mark Salazar (GMA Flash Report, News TV Live)
  • Rhea Santos (Unang Hirit)
  • Jessica Soho (State of the Nation with Jessica Soho)
  • Mel Tiangco (24 Oras)
  • Howie Severino (News to Go)
  • Connie Sison (On Call: Balita. Serbisyo. Ngayon., Unang Hirit)
  • Valerie Tan (On Call: Balita. Serbisyo. Ngayon)
  • Raffy Tima (Balitanghali)
  • Mariz Umali (Balitanghali Weekend, GMA Flash Report, News TV Live)
  • Jun Veneracion (Balitanghali Weekend)

News Reporters Edit

  • Marisol Abdurahman
  • Sandra Aguinaldo
  • Maria Ausente
  • Cyrian Agujo
  • Lei Alviz
  • Theresa Andrada
  • Cesar Apolinario
  • Pia Arcangel
  • Ruth Cabal
  • Nelson Canlas
  • Aubrey Carampel
  • Cedric Castillo
  • John Consulta
  • Rosetti Rivera
  • Rawnna Crisostomo
  • Ian Cruz
  • Kara David
  • Steve Dailisan
  • Claire Delfin
  • Susan Enriquez
  • Michael Fajatin
  • Chino Gaston
  • Lia Mañalac
  • Jiggy Manicad
  • Ivan Mayrina
  • Joseph Morong
  • Deo Bugawisan
  • Grace dela Pena
  • Maki Pulido
  • Oscar Oida
  • Tina Panganiban-Perez
  • Micaela Papa
  • Valerie Tan
  • Dante Perello
  • Saleema Refran
  • Bernadette Reyes
  • Rida Reyes
  • Lala Roque
  • Mark Salazar
  • Lhar Santiago
  • Rhea Santos
  • Jamie Santos
  • Julius Segovia
  • Jam Sisante
  • Connie Sison
  • JP Soriano
  • Emil Sumangil
  • Jay Taruc
  • Dano Tingcungco
  • Raffy Tima
  • Sherrie Ann Torres
  • Chino Trinidad (Sports)
  • James Velasquez
  • Jun Veneracion
  • Josh Villanueva
  • Mark Zambrano
  • Tricia Zafra
  • Kata Tibayan
  • Hadji Rieta

Public Affairs personalities Edit

  • Miss A (Fashbook)
  • Sandra Aguinaldo (i-Witness)
  • Dr. David Ampil II (Pinoy MD)
  • Connie Angeles (Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko)
  • Love Añover-Llanko (Bawal ang Pasaway kay Mareng Winnie, Unang Hirit, Hanep Buhay)
  • Cesar Apolinario (I Juander)
  • Pia Arcangel-Halili (Unang Hirit)
  • Drew Arellano (Weekend Getaway, Unang Hirit, Aha!)
  • Dr. Oyie Balburias (Pinoy MD)
  • Florian Balmes (Investigative Documentaries)
  • Roxanne Barcelo (Art Angel)
  • Maey Bautista (May Tamang Balita)
  • Ramon Bautista (May Tamang Balita)
  • Gelli de Belen (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Ronnie Carrasco (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Reema Chanco (Game!)
  • Lyn Ching-Pascual (Unang Hirit)
  • Arnold Clavio (Rescue, Tonight with Arnold Clavio)
  • Gaby Concepcion (Unang Hirit)
  • Shiela Coronel (Investigative Documentaries)
  • Kara David (i-Witness)
  • Grace dela Peña (Investigative Documentaries)
  • Luane Dy (Unang Hirit)
  • Ryan Eigenmann (Misteryo)
  • Chef Tristan Encarnacion (Unang Hirit)
  • Mike Enriquez (Imbestigador)
  • Susan Enriquez (I Juander, Unang Hirit)
  • Suzie Entrata-Abrera (Full Time Moms, Unang Hirit)
  • Rovilson Fernandez (Ang Pinaka...)
  • Jace Flores (Best Men)
  • Tonipet Gaba (Art Angel, Pop Talk)
  • Sheena Halili (May Tamang Balita)
  • Solenn Heussaff (Fashbook)
  • Fabio Ide (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Christine Jacob-Sandejas (Full Time Moms)
  • RJ Ledesma (Best Men)
  • Ed Lingao (Investigative Documentaries)
  • Malou Mangahas (Investigative Documentaries)
  • Jiggy Manicad (Reporter's Notebook)
  • Dr. Jean Marquez (Pinoy MD)
  • Jigs Mayuga (Fashbook)
  • Winnie Monsod (Bawal ang Pasaway kay Mareng Winnie)
  • Vicky Morales-Reyno (Wish Ko Lang)
  • Mike "Pekto" Nacua (Day Off)
  • Eric Poliquit (Fashbook)
  • Maki Pulido (Reporter's Notebook)
  • Dr. Raul Quillamor (Pinoy MD)
  • Dr. Ferdz Recio (Born to be Wild, Unang Hirit)
  • Jai Reyes (Unang Hirit)
  • Gorgy Rula (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Kiko Rustia (Born to be Wild)
  • Suzuki Sadatsugu (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Danzen Santos (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Rhea Santos-de Guzman (Tunay na Buhay)
  • Howie Severino (Investigative Documentaries, i-Witness)
  • Connie Sison-Escudero (Pinoy MD)
  • Beebop Smith (The Smiths)
  • Pepe Smith (The Smiths)
  • Queenie Smith (The Smiths)
  • Sanya Smith (The Smiths)
  • Jessica Soho (Brigada, Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho)
  • Lolit Solis (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Chariz Solomon (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Jay Taruc (i-Witness)
  • Chris Tiu (Hanep-Buhay)
  • Chino Trinidad (Game!)
  • Jun Veneracion (Best Men)
  • Monica Verallo (Unang Hirit)
  • Carmina Villaroel (Day Off)
  • Marites Vitug (Investigative Documentaries)
  • Tim Yap (Tweetbiz Insiders)
  • Mark Zambrano (Game!)
  • Elvira "Mommy Elvie" Villasanta (Mommy Elvie @ 18)
  • Ariel Villasanta (Mommy Elvie @ 18)
  • Ricky Reyes (Life and Style with Gandang Ricky Reyes)
  • Gladys Reyes (Go Negosyo Kaya Mo)

Regional Personalities Edit

Dagupan Edit

  • Jorge Guerrero
  • Joyce Ann Segui
  • CJ Torida
  • Alfie Tulagan
  • Charisse Victorio
  • Shiela Mae Finuliar
  • Jette Arcellana

Santiago, Isabela Edit

  • Jun Felipe
  • Eddie Santos
  • Noel Cruz
  • Jenny Esteban
  • Maricel Dela Cruz

Iloilo Edit

  • Bernard Bernal
  • Joecel Huesca
  • Mark Nunieza
  • Enrico Surita, Jr.
  • Julius Belaca-ol
  • Charlene Belvis
  • Fabienne Paderes
  • Joan Jalandoni
  • Carol Velagio-Sobejano
  • Nenita Abarro-Hobilla
  • Jonathan Gellangarin
  • Gerthrode Charlot Tan

Cebu Edit

  • Bobby Nalzaro
  • Rose Versoza
  • Jun Veliganio
  • Vic Serna
  • Lalaine Go
  • Lou Anne Mae Rondina
  • Chona Carreon
  • Alan Domingo
  • Cecille Quibod
  • Monching Auxtero
  • Nikko Sereno
  • Darlene Sino-Cruz
  • Ana Desamparado

Davao Edit

  • Tek Ocampo
  • Rose Bernales
  • Margie Montejo-Dacanay
  • Vladimir Fernando
  • Solomon Gonzales
  • Brecil Kempis
  • Derf Maiz
  • Richy Nalagon
  • Darios Relatado
  • John Paul Seniel
  • Donna Timbal
  • Sheillah Vergara

Former Staff Edit

  • Paolo Abrera (1995–1999; 2005–2009)
  • Ryan Agoncillo (1999)
  • Kat Alano
  • Hannah Alcoseba
  • Robert Alejandro
  • Heherson Alvarez
  • Carlito Gonzaga (1972-1987)
  • Martin Andanar (1999–2004)
  • Boots Anson-Roa
  • Lito Atienza
  • Atom Araullo
  • Manny Ayala
  • Pinty Gonzaga (1972-1987)
  • Julius Babao
  • Inday Badiday (1988–1997)
  • Veronica Baluyut-Jimenez
  • Jorge Bandola
  • Robert Barbers
  • Jejomar Binay
  • Phoemela Baranda
  • Jun Bautista
  • Paolo Bediones (1998–2009)
  • Butch Belgica
  • Louie Beltran
  • Teddy Benigno
  • Jackielou Blanco
  • Ethel Booba
  • Art Borjal
  • Cher Calvin
  • Nina Castro
  • Dan Campilan
  • Rene Cayetano
  • Israel Cando
  • Marilen Cawad
  • David Celdran
  • Jay Cesora Orense
  • Iris Cruz
  • Mich Cruz
  • Luchi Cruz-Valdez (1988–2002)
  • Anne Curtis
  • Marky Cielo
  • Karen Davila (1995–2000)
  • Randy David
  • Gin de Mesa
  • Gina de Venecia
  • Mao dela Cruz
  • Jaime dela Rosa
  • Rachel Del Mar
  • Romie Del Moro
  • Sunshine Dizon
  • Leslie Espino
  • Christian Esteban
  • Edwin Eusebi
  • Mickey Ferriols
  • Louie Garcia
  • Romi Garduce
  • Helen Gamboa
  • Melissa Gecolea
  • Jimmy Gil
  • Candice Giron
  • Bobby Guanzon
  • Teofisto Guingona
  • Ralph Guzman
  • Henry Halasan
  • Rico Hizon
  • Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel
  • Eddie Ilarde
  • Mon Isberto
  • Teresa Inocentes
  • Jaya
  • Rene Jose
  • Jaileen Jimeno
  • China Jocson
  • Mari Kaimo
  • Mike Lacanilao
  • Nick Lalog
  • Rey Langit (1992–1994)
  • Bong Lapira
  • Che Che Lazaro (1988–2004)
  • Angelique Lazo
  • Anna Theresa Licaros
  • Nikki Liu
  • Dante Liban
  • Carlo Lorenzo
  • Isa Lorenzo
  • Meanne Los Baños
  • Tony Lozano
  • Jolina Magdangal
  • Malou Mangahas
  • TJ Manotoc
  • Edu Manzano
  • Raffy Marcelo
  • Abner Mercado
  • Lucky Mercado
  • Orly Mercado
  • Johnny Midnight
  • Hans Montenegro
  • Tina Monzon-Palma (1976–1992)
  • Bernie Morales
  • Christine Ong
  • Oscar Orbos
  • Gani Oro
  • Marga Ortigas
  • Rey Pacheco
  • Obet Pagdanganan
  • Ira Panganiban
  • Carlos Padilia
  • Queenie Padilla
  • Amado Pineda
  • Cristina Pecson
  • Ricardo "Dong" Puno (1983–1995)
  • Miriam Quiambao
  • Daniel Razon
  • Maverick Relova
  • Maria Ressa (1988–1995)
  • Ping Restor
  • Jun Ricafrente
  • Eagle Riggs
  • Marian Rivera
  • Mariel Rodriguez
  • Arman Roque
  • Gabriel Roxas
  • Margaux Salcedo
  • Bernadette Sembrano
  • Antonio Seva
  • Tisha Silang
  • Allan Sison
  • Andy Smith
  • Jay Sonza
  • Ali Sotto
  • Tito Sotto
  • Richelle Sy
  • Joe Taruc
  • Dr. Jai Te
  • Georgette Tengco
  • Akiko Thomson
  • Alex Tinsay
  • Mechel Tion
  • Mike Toledo
  • Marvin Tomandao
  • Dr. Dean Torno
  • Joaquin Valdez
  • Alfred Vargas
  • Helen Vela (1986–1991)
  • Jose Mari Velez (1983–1990)
  • Bon Vibar (1990)
  • Augusto Victa
  • Lito Villarosa
  • Ariel Villasanta
  • Maggie Wilson
  • Sherryl Yao
  • Paeng Yabut
  • Tony Zarrilla


See also Edit

      • GMA Network
      • List of programs broadcast by GMA Network
      • List of programs broadcast by Q
      • Super Radyo DZBB 594 kHz AM
      • ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs
      • TV5 News and Information

References Edit

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External links Edit

      • Official Website of GMA News and Public Affairs
      • Official Website of Youscoop Program of GMA News

GMA News and Public Affairs

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Corporate Directors

: Felipe L. Gozon | Gilberto Duavit, Jr. | Anna-Teresa Gozon-Abrogar | Judith Vazquez | Felipe Yalong 
Laura Westfall | Joel Marcelo Jimenez |Artemio Panganiban (independent director) · Jaime Laya (independent director) · Roberto Parel (corporate secretary)


: RGMA Network, Inc. | GMA Network Films, Inc. | GMA Pinoy TV | Alta Productions Group, Inc. | GMA Records | GMA Kapuso Foundation 
GMA Marketing and Productions, Inc. | New Media Inc. | Scenarios, Inc. |
Radio Networks: DZBB SuperRadyo 594 KHZ | Barangay LS 97.1 Ayos Gyud! | Super Radyo | Campus Radio Broadcast Television Networks: GMA Network | GMA News TV | GMA Cagayan Valley Annual Revenue: Php11 billion (12% FY 2006) [2] · Employees: 2,323 (2007) Stock Symbol: (PSE: GMA7) · (PSE: GMAP)

Websites :

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      • GMA Network
      • Television in the Philippines
      • GMA News and Public Affairs

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