Stanley Palisada

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Stanley Palisada
Born Philip Stanley Amigo Palisada
(1969-03-13) March 13, 1969 (age 48)
Davao City Philippines

'Philip Stanley Amigo Palisada (born March 13, 1969 in Davao City), better known as Stanley Palisada, is a Filipino journalist and television news anchor working for ABS-CBN and the ANC. Palisada anchors Sunday editions of Dateline Philippines and Top Story as well as relief weekdays anchor for several programmes including the long running The World Tonight and News Patrol or Breaking News Advisory on ABS CBN Channel 2, also on Sundays, And Sit-In Anchor For Tony Velasquez in Headline Pilipinas An Noontime Newscast of DZMM TeleRadyo. He was previously the Head of News for ABS CBN Broadcasting Corporation in Iloilo, where he started as a reporter and the first anchor of TV Patrol Iloilo for 9 years. He transferred to ABS CBN Manila in 2001. He is now a Member of ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs in Manila, and heads ABS CBN Regional Network Group News and Current Affairs.

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Stanley Palisada is also a former columnist for The News Today circulating in Western Visayas. His column "AS SEEN ON TV" appears every Monday. The column can also be accessed through The News Today's Online Edition, [1]. He also writes for ABS-CBN Interactive [2] under the column The Regional Drift.