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Monday, February 14, 2011

ABS-CBN won total of 18 Awards in Gandingan Awards 2011; ABS-CBN won as Most Development-Oriented TV Station!

ABS-CBN won 18 awards, including Most Development-Oriented TV Station, in the recently concluded Gandingan 2011: The 5th UPLB Isko't Iska's Broadcast Choice Awards.

TV Patrol World and DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 both made it to the hall of fame, after winning for the fifth consecutive year as Best News Program and Best AM Station respectively.

TV Patrol's Ted Failon was honored as Best News Anchor and Best AM Announcer. Kim Atienza was also a double winner, being named as Best Field Reporter and Best Youth Oriented Program Host. Atienza's show Matanglawin was also honored as the Best Youth Oriented Program.

The award for Best FM Station went to Tambayan 101.9, while two of its announcers, Chinaheart and Charlie, shared the award for Best DJ.

Here is a complete list of the awards won by ABS-CBN:

ABS-CBN - Most Development-Oriented TV Station

Umagang Kay Ganda (UKG) - Best Morning Show

TV Patrol - Best News Program

Matanglawin - Best Youth Oriented Program

The Bottomline with Boy Abunda - Best Development-Oriented Talk Show

Umagang Kay Ganda hosts Pinky Webb, Anthony Taberna, Alex Santos, Donita Rose, Andrei Felix, Winnie Cordero, and Phoemela Baranda - Best Morning Show Hosts

Ted Failon - Best News Anchor

Kim Atienza -Best Field Reporter and Best Youth-Oriented Program Host

Boy Abunda - Best Development-Oriented Talk Show Host

Tambayan 101.9 - Best FM station

DZMM Radyo Patrol - Best AM station

DJ ChinaHeart, DJ Charlie - Best Disc Jockeys

Ted Failon - Best AM Announcer

Tambalang Failon at Sanchez - Most Development-Oriented AM Program

Martin D and ChinaHeart - Most Development-Oriented FM program

The Gandingan Awards is the annual awards program of the UP Community Broadcasters' Society in the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB). Over a thousand students vote for programs and personalities that strive to promote development-oriented issues.

Courtesy: Showbiznest