TV Patrol Northern Mindanao

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TV Patrol Northern Mindanao
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Ang Patrol sa Northern Mindanao
Created by ABS-CBN Regional Network Group
Developed by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs
Starring PJ dela Peña
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Cebuano
No. of episodes N/A (airs daily)
Production
Executive producer(s) PJ dela Peña
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan de Oro
ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian and ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog (2014-present)
ABS-CBN Regional Channel
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release May 1, 1995 (1995-05-01) – present

TV Patrol Northern Mindanao (formerly called TV Patrol Cagayan de Oro) the local news network broadcast of the ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in Cagayan de Oro City. It has been the most watched news program in Cagayan de Oro City and Misamis Oriental. The newscast is a tabloid-style format (inspired from United States local television newscasts) and the program delivers news headlines about current events in Northern Mindanao (Region X) and parts of Zamboanga Peninsula (Region IX).

It is aired live daily from the ABS-CBN Cagayan de Oro Newscenter at 5:10 PM Monday to Friday, simulcast also on Channel 2 in Bukidnon, Channel 7 in Ozamiz City, Channel 4 in Iligan City, Channel 9 in Pagadian City and Channel 42 in Dipolog City. It is also shown abroad through ABS-CBN Now and The Filipino Channel and on radio via MOR 91.9 For Life! Cagayan de Oro.

TV Patrol Northern Mindanao maintains a 24-hour shift of reporters, cameramen and drivers with coverage over the provinces of Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Bukidnon and Camiguin along with the entire Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur.

History[edit]

As TV Patrol Cagayan de Oro (1995-2005)[edit]

The newscast was first broadcast on May 1, 1995 as TV Patrol Cagayan De Oro. It was the first program that replaced Davao City-produced TV Patrol Mindanao (now TV Patrol Southern Mindanao) as its main regional newscast. It was initially anchored by Katherine "Kathy" Uba-Bermudez, together with Aljo Trinidad, Rommel Gantalao, Carlo Lomibao, Evangeline Lacambra, Priscilla Maniquiz, Mike Banos, Celine Hermenegildo and Jobelle Fernandez as its first set of reporters. It has since covered stories ranging from natural disasters, man-made disasters, religious conflicts, tribal conflicts, political controversies, social issues and crime stories in Region X.

In 1996, Trinidad left the program to anchor another regional newscast, TV Patrol North Central Luzon (formerly TV Patrol Dagupan). In 1997, Lomibao & Hermenegildo were transferred to TV Patrol Socsksargen. Ana Lee Lugod, Katrina Louise Neri and Mylene Pabayo were hired as new reporters for the newscast and Edward Cayetano became co-anchor of Bermudez. In 1999, Railyn Joy Tabanao joined the anchor's chair together with Bermudez & Cayetano.

As TV Patrol Iligan (1997-2006)[edit]

On October 6, 1997, TV Patrol Iligan was launched. It was the first local news program in the Iligan City area with Priza Cinco, Rey Paraguya, Gil Luzon and Ronnie Enderes as its first set of anchors-reporters together with Vhanizza Cabantac, Eric Guerrero, Angelica Joy Gallentes and Raina Yu.

Former Davao-based personality PJ Dela Peña was the last anchor of the newscast before it got cancelled in 2006. Despite the cancellation, ABS-CBN Channel 4 Iligan airs an hourly news bulletin with Enderes and Roxanne Arevalo.[1]

As TV Patrol Northern Mindanao (2005-present)[edit]

In May 2007, PJ Dela Peña together with his fellow Iligan personalities joined in the Cagayan De Oro newscast to integrate two editions into TV Patrol Northern Mindanao.

Notably, TV Patrol Northern Mindanao is the first regional TV Patrol newscast to use the new TV Patrol visual and audio packages which were introduced on June 30, 2010 for the national newscast. The localized version for Northern Mindanao was introduced on August 9, 2010. On May 2, 2011, TV Patrol Northern Mindanao celebrated its 16th anniversary followed by 17th anniversary on May 7, 2012 and 18th anniversary on May 6, 2013. TV Patrol Northern Mindanao had introduced once again their new OBB, logo, studio set, visual and audio packages. On June 2, 2014, TV Patrol Northern Mindanao celebrated its 19th anniversary. TV Patrol Northern Mindanao is the third regional TV Patrol newscast to use the 2013 TV Patrol new OBB, logo, studio set with a brighter flooring and background, visual and audio packages which were introduced again on July 29, 2013 for the national newscast. The localized version for Northern Mindanao was introduced on August 12, 2013. In the closing of the program, the anchor will say “Malasakit sa Matag Usa, Mahatud Nato Ang Pag-asa" as the Cebuano version of ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Slogan "Sa Malasakit sa Isa’t Isa, May Ihahatid Natin Ang Pag-asa" and they also say when finally close the program "Maayong Gabii ug Dalaygon ang Diyos!!!" which is in English "Good Evening and To God be the Glory!!!"

On June 2, 2014, TV Patrol Northern Mindanao started its simulcast on ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian (currently a relay station since Nuebe Patrol ended its run on May 30) and TV-42 Dipolog as it expands its coverage area to the Zamboanga Peninsula provinces.

On May 1, 2015, TV Patrol Northern Mindanao and ABS-CBN Cagayan de Oro celebrates its 20th anniversary and inserted a "20" to its title card.

Area of Coverage[edit]

Current anchor[edit]

  • PJ dela Peña - Executive Producer (2007–present)

Current reporters[edit]

  • Roxanne Arevalo
  • Dynah Diestro
  • Rod Bolivar - Sit in Anchor for PJ Dela Pena
  • Maricel Butardo
  • Shiela Joy Labrador-Cubero
  • Joey Taguba-Yecyec - Sit in Anchor for PJ Dela Pena besides Rod Bolivar
  • Angelo Andrade
  • Ronnie Enderes - Sit in Anchor for PJ Dela Pena
  • Greanne Mendoza

News desks/Associate producers[edit]

  • Che-Che Tanate-Verendia
  • Trini Ladringan-Velasco

Former anchors & reporters[edit]

  • Aljo Trinidad (moved to ABS-CBN 32 Dagupan)
  • Rommel Gantalao
  • Carlo Lomibao
  • Evangeline Lacambra
  • Celine Hermenegildo
  • Priscilla Maniquiz
  • Mike Banos
  • Jobelle Fernandez
  • Mylene Pabayo
  • Ana Lee Lugod
  • Katrina Louise Neri
  • Katherine "Kathy" Uba-Bermudez (1995-2004)
  • Gean Tulang
  • Priza Cinco
  • Roy Perfuma
  • Edward Cayetano (1997-2004)
  • Railyn Joy Tabanao (1999-2004) (now on Sonshine TV 43 Davao)
  • Alden Bacal (now elected as Councilor in Cagayan de Oro City) (2004-2007)
  • Kim Quilinguing
  • Marebec Cagalawan
  • Rey Paraguya
  • Rey Ampalayo
  • Gil Luzon
  • Primy Cane (2010-2014 news anchor), (now with ABS-CBN News in Manila)
  • Lorenzo Luzon
  • Gen Salon
  • Angeline Siwagan (moved to ABS-CBN Iloilo)
  • Joel Ramirez (moved to ABS-CBN General Santos)

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See also[edit]