|Logo used since July 29, 2013|
|Developed by||ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs|
|Presented by||Various contributors|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||n/a (airs daily)|
|Camera setup||Single-camera setup|
|Running time||2 to 10 minutes (hourly)|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original run||October 12, 1999 – March 16, 2002 (as ABS-CBN News Update)
March 17, 2002 – September 4, 2004 (as ABS-CBN News Advisory)
September 5, 2004 – present (as News Patrol)
|Preceded by||ABS-CBN News Advisory|
|Philippine Network Hourly News Bulletins|
|ABS-CBN Sports and Action||Fast Break|
|DZMM TeleRadyo||Balita Ngayon|
|GMA News TV||News TV Live and News TV Breaking News|
|Net 25||Eagle News Update|
|Solar News Channel||Solar Headlines|
|UNTV||Hataw Balita News Update|
|GMA||GMA Flash Report/Breaking News|
News Patrol is the hourly news-bulletin of ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs.
News Patrol premiered on September 5, 2004 as a news bulletin of the morning show Magandang Umaga Bayan. In 2005, the news bulletin was reformatted into ABS-CBN's hourly news bulletin, replacing ABS-CBN News Advisory.
In 2006, it became the first Philippine news program to broadcast the victory of the First Philippine Mount Everest Expedition.
A new and improved News Patrol was introduced in time for President-elect Noynoy Aquino's inauguration, on June 30, 2010. This includes the logo, opening billboard and a setup with augmented reality technology, which reflects TV Patrol's current look.
On July 29, 2013 following TV Patrol and Bandila's reformat, News Patrol changed its logo similar to that used by TV Patrol with only minor differences which includes the lack of the spinning red, green, blue circle in the logo and the word TV was changed into News instead.
- Jing Castañeda (10:00 AM edition)
- Niña Corpuz (4:00 PM edition)
- Henry Omaga-Diaz (10:00 PM edition)
- Maan Macapagal (Weekend edition)
- Sol Aragones (10:00 PM edition)
Awards and nominations
- Winner, Best Newscast (News Patrol Manila Peninsula Siege) - KBP Golden Dove Awards (2008)
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