GMA Flash Report

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GMA Flash Report
Flashreport gma.jpg
Logo used since February 21, 2011 until December 1, 2011.
Created by GMA Network
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Presented by Various contributors
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes N/A (airs Daily)
Production
Location(s) Studio 5, GMA Network Center, Quezon City
Running time 2 to 10 minutes (hourly)
15-30 minutes (special edition, 2002-2007)
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Stereo
Original release March 18, 2002 – March 27, 2016
Chronology
Preceded by GMA News Live
(as hourly newscast, January 5, 1987-March 17, 2002)
GMA Network News
(as weekend newscast)
Followed by GMA News Update
(as hourly newscast, March 28, 2016-present)
GMA Weekend Report (as weekend newscast)
Live on Q
(as hourly newscast on Q)

GMA Flash Report is a now defunct hourly news bulletin of GMA Network through GMA News and Public Affairs in the Philippines, replacing GMA News Live on March 18, 2002. Every weekends, between 11:00 PM and 12:00 AM, a thirty-minute edition of the newscast entitled GMA Flash Report: Special Edition is aired with Mariz Umali as news anchor. Previously, its special edition was anchored by Pia Arcangel. On June 23, 2007, the weekend special edition was replaced by GMA Weekend Report.

GMA was the first Philippine television network to show hourly news bulletins. The program usually features a traffic ticker and previews other GMA News and Public Affairs programs. The program also serves as the breaking news broadcast of the GMA Network. Live reports usually head the news line-up.

When a developing story breaks, GMA airs GMA Breaking News instead of GMA Flash Report.

After 14 years, GMA Flash Report made its final broadcast on Easter Sunday (March 27, 2016), and it was replaced by GMA News Update.

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