Pinky Webb

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Pinky Webb
Pinky Webb on UKG set 2007.jpg
Pinky Webb on the set of her morning show Umagang Kay Ganda
Born Joanna Marie Pagaspas Webb
(1970-06-11) 11 June 1970 (age 45)
Occupation Journalist

Joanna Marie Pagaspas Webb, known as Pinky Webb (born June 11, 1970) was a news anchor on the Philippine television channels ABS-CBN and ANC as well as the radio station DZMM. She is the daughter of former senator and TV/movie personality Freddie Webb, and sister of former PBA-player-turned sportscaster-turned-councilor Jason Webb and Hubert Webb.


She attended school at Colegio San Agustin where she was classmates with Kris Aquino and studied at De La Salle University where she initially took AB Psychology then decided to shift to AB Management. She also took up a few courses in UCLA and Cal State Long Beach on journalism for a semester.

She used to host and anchor ABS-CBN's morning show Umagang Kay Ganda and the commentary program "Tambalang Failon at Webb" on weekdays with Ted Failon on DZMM. She also used to anchor "Dateline Philippines" on ANC.

Currently, she hosts XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Exposé where she replaced Karen Davila and replaced Bernadette Sembrano as anchor of TV Patrol Weekend.[1]

She received her first individual award as Best Radio Anchor in 9th Gawad Tanglaw and Best Female Morning Show Host in 1st MNP Awards. And this year as Best TV Anchor for TV Patrol Weekend in 11th Gawad Tanglaw 2013

Awards and Citations[edit]

  • Best TV Anchor, 11th Gawad Tanglaw 2013
  • Best Radio Anchor, 9th Gawad Tanglaw 2011
  • One of the Best Morning Show Hosts for Umagang Kay Ganda (from 2008-2010), Star Awards for TV
  • Best Female Morning Show Host, 1st MNP Awards 2010