TV Patrol Negros
|TV Patrol Negros|
Ang Tingug Sang Pumuluyo, Mata Sang Banwa
|Created by||ABS-CBN Regional Network Group|
|Developed by||ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs|
|Voices of||Romeo Subaldo (Headline voice-over)|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||N/A (airs daily)|
|Executive producer(s)||Barbara Mijares|
|Camera setup||Multicamera setup|
|Running time||30-40 minutes|
|Original network||ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod|
|Original release||December 12, 1988– present|
TV Patrol Negros is the local news program of the ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental. The newscast is a tabloid-style format. The program delivers news headlines about the current events in Negros Occidental in Hiligaynon language as it moved to the newly-created Negros Island Region from Western Visayas.
It is aired live daily from ABS-CBN Newscenter Bacolod at 5:10 pm from Monday to Friday, with replays at 12:00 am to 12:30 am before sign-off. It is also shown abroad through The Filipino Channel.
As TV Patrol 4 (1988–1992)
When it pioneered as TV Patrol 4 it became the first local TV newscast on December 12, 1988 that aired in the same afternoon the local news gathered on the same day, a feat that no other local TV station did at that time. That same year the newscast made history when it gathered more than 70 percent audience rating. The first anchors were Harold Limbo, Nick Lizares and Angela Hilado,and reporters Agnes Jundos and Leilani Salem under News Chief Maricon Prudencio and Station Manager Luisa Bing Ascalon. The Hiligaynon Newscast Won the Kapisanan Ng Mga Brodkasters Ng Pilipinas Golden Dove Awards for Best TV Newscast, In 1991. Salem and the late Doroteo Amisola co-anchored TV Patrol Morning Edition of the newscast which premiered on July 25, 1995. It was later reformatted and became the long running The Morning Show which recently won the Anak TV Seal for 2012. From TV Patrol 4, the afternoon newscast became TV Patrol Western Visayas and later TV Patrol Bacolod before finally becoming TV Patrol Negros.
As TV Patrol Western Visayas (1992–1998)
TV Patrol 4 became TV Patrol Western Visayas anchored by Alvin Elchico & Doroteo Amisola, then in 1993 Elchico left the newscast with replaced by Honey Grace Catalan when it started covering the news from all over Region 6 and aired simultaneously in Bacolod and Iloilo on June 1, 1992.
As TV Patrol Bacolod (1998–April 4, 2007)
From TV Patrol Western Visayas the local newscast was renamed TV Patrol Bacolod as the flagship newscast in June 15, 1998. when ABS-CBN Iloilo launched its originating station (TV-10) in June 15, 1998.
As TV Patrol Negros (April 9, 2007–present)
The news program was reformatted to TV Patrol Negros on April 9, 2007 to cover the news from the entire province of Negros Occidental. On December 15, 2010, TV Patrol Negros celebrated its 22nd anniversary. The same year, the newscast updated their visual, audio packages, graphics, OBB, and studio set.
TV Patrol Negros celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013. The same year, the newscast updated their graphics, OBB, studio set and video and audio packages.
In 2016, TV Patrol Negros updated their logo, graphics (with the font of the lower thirds and ticker now with Gotham and video packages, now matching the national TV Patrol. This is the seventh newscast to update its graphics and exactly match the new graphics to the national newscast after TV Patrol Central Visayas, TV Patrol Socsksargen, TV Patrol Central Mindanao, TV Patrol Chavacano, TV Patrol Ilocos and TV Patrol Bicol.
Pulso Sa Kwatro - News talk show in 1990 and hosted by TV Patrol Hiligaynon co-anchor Nick Lizares.
Banat Visayas, Sulong Mindanao - Replaced Pulso Sa Kwatro and hosted by Agnes Lira- Jundos. Won KBP Golden Dove Award as Best Public Affairs Program in 1997.
Hoy Gising - Originally a public affairs segment of TV Patrol 4. Premiered in 1994 hosted by Harold Limbo and Honey Grace Patindol-Catalan, produced by Angelo Angolo. Won KBP Golden Dove Award as Best Public Affairs program as Hoy Gising CIA in 1999.
Ilongga Ka Day - Talk show on women affairs. Premiered in 1998 and hosted by Charie Ginete -Ilon who won Best Talk Show Host in the Provincial Category in the KBP Golden Dove Awards in 2001.