The Editions‎ > ‎

TV Patrol Batangas


TV Channels Covered
  • TV-10 Batangas City (Batangas)
  • TV-38 Lipa City (Batangas)
  • TV-32 Tagaytay City (Cavite)
  • TV-40 Rizal Province-Jalajala
  • TV-24 Quezon Province-Lucena
  • TV-46 Laguna-San Pablo
  • TV-11 Occidental Mindoro-San Jose
Places Covered
  • Batangas City/Province
  • Cavite
  • Laguna
  • Rizal Province
  • Quezon Province
  • Mindoro Provinces
  • Romblon
  • Marinduque
  • various towns in Palawan
News Events Covered
  • annual Batangas City Fluvial Parade, Quezon Province's Pahiyas Fiesta and other fiestas in Batangas City and Southern Tagalog
  • events under the administration of Batangas Governor and entertainment star Vilma Santos
  • effects of the 2009 storms in Batangas and CALABARZON and actions of ABS-CBN with local authorities on rebuilding lives  affected

Formal Name: TV Patrol Southern Tagalog
Other Name: TV Patrol Batangas

Tagline: Patrol ng Pilipino sa Katagalugan: Panig sa Katotohanan, Panig sa Katagalugan

4th Quarter 2008: ABS-CBN Batangas TV-10 relaunches as an originating station. Answering the need for more news coverage in Southern Tagalog, it launches Batangas News Patrol with ABS-CBN Naga's Sarita Kare as anchor with Batangas-born Tina Ganzon and Joan Panopio as reporters featuring news in Batangas City and CALABARZON. ABS-CBN's Southern Luzon stations simulcast the show...More


Past: Dennis Datu, Michael Cuyugan

Present: Sarita Kare, Edison Reyes, Tina Ganzon and others...More


About Southern Tagalog

Batangas City
  • capital city of Batangas Province
  • has the biggest seaport in Southern Luzon
Lipa City
  • "City of Success" in Batangas where Filipino entertainment star Vilma Santos served as mayor before being province governor
Batangas Province
  • seat of the Tagalog culture
  • popular for its Spanish colonial era houses, churches and diving spots (most popular: Anilao)
  • home of Taal Volcano (world's smallest volcano)
  • noted for its knives, fresh water fish, pineapple cloths, sausages, coffee, citrus fruits and wines (lambanog and basi)
Quezon Province
  • named after Philippine president Manuel Quezon
  • home of Mount Banahaw, a Lenten season tourist draw
  • famous for the Pahiyas Festival...More