iWatch News

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i-Watch News
Created by Radio Philippines Network
Developed by RPN News and Public Affairs
Directed by Rudy Alberto
Starring Carlo Tirona
Lexi Schulze
Narrated by Carlo Tirona (2007–2008)
Aryana Lim (2007)
Lexi Schulze (2007–2008)
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes n/a (airs Monday to Friday)
Production
Location(s) RPN 9 Studios
Broadcast City, Quezon City
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network Radio Philippines Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Stereo
Original release March 12, 2007 (2007-03-12) – January 11, 2008
Chronology
Preceded by Newswatch Now (August 13, 2001–March 9, 2007)
Followed by Newswatch: Second Edition (January 14, 2008–November 27 2009)

i-Watch News was the flagship English language evening news program of Radio Philippines Network.

The news program replaced the network's longest-running English language news program NewsWatch.

It was originally anchored by former 103.5 K-Lite disc jockey Carlo Tirona and recording artist Aryana Lim. Lim has since pursued other endeavors and has been replaced by former magazine editor, former 99.5 RT (now 99.5 Play FM) disc jockey and actress Lexi Schulze.

iWatch News targets the youth audience especially college students and young urban professionals. It differentiates itself from other newscasts by offering more reports and news features that appeal to the younger crowd.

iWatch News aired for the last time on January 11, 2008.

Final anchors[edit]

  • Carlo Tirona (2007–2008)
  • Lexi Schulze (2007–2008)

Past anchors[edit]

  • Aryana Lim (2007)

Final reporters[edit]

  • Roma Agsalud
  • Marlene Alcaide
  • Stephanie Ongkiko
  • Ina Andolong
  • Grace Asuncion
  • Paolo Capino
  • Lito Villanueva
  • Jason Cruz Luna
  • Kiko Dagohoy
  • Jeffrey Espiritu
  • Jake Morales
  • Thirdy Policarpio
  • Vikki Sambilay
  • Ethel Santo Domingo
  • Jamie Santos
  • Tricia Zafra

See also[edit]