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TV Patrol Cebu

Coverage

TV Channels Covered
  • TV-3 Cebu
  • TV-12 Dumaguete
  • TV-13 Bohol
  • TV-3 Ormoc
Places Covered
  • Cebu City/Province
  • Dumaguete City
  • Negros Oriental
  • Bohol
  • Siquijor
  • Ormoc City
  • Southern Leyte
  • Biliran
News Events Covered
  • events around the administration Cebu's political families (Osmena, Garcia, Rama)
  • peace and order situations in far-flung towns and cities outside Cebu City
  • events that were on national scale: the 1989 nationwide coup, the 1993 Ormoc floods, the 1995 Chiong sisters case, the 2004 Presidential Inauguration in Cebu, The 2005 Bohol cassava cake poisoning, the 2006 Southern Leyte landslide, the 2007 ASEAN Summit
Credits to TV Patrol Central Visayas @ Wikipedia

History

Formal Name: TV Patrol Central Visayas
Other Name: TV Patrol Cebu
Tagline: Patrol ng Pilipino sa Central Visayas; Cebuano Patrol ng Pilipino: Dapig sa Kamatuoran-Dapig sa Katawhan-Dapig sa Kabisayaan; Mabuhi Ka Kapamilya!


June 1961: ABS-CBN Cebu opens as a radio-TV network--the first in Central and Southern Philippines. It closes in 1972 and reopens in 1986 as a relay TV station.

June 1988: ABS-CBN relaunches as an originating TV station, launching a number of Cebuano
TV shows--hits in the entire Central and Southern Philippines.

August 1988: To serve ABS-CBN viewers in Central and Southern Philippines, ABS-CBN launches TV Patrol Cebu. Titus Borromeo is the pioneer anchor...More

Personalities

Past: Titus Borromeo, Dante Luzon, Angela Calina and others

Present: Leo Lastimosa, Haide Acuna, Rico Lucena and others...More

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About Cebu and Nearby Places

Cebu City
  • called the Queen City of the South
  • oldest city in the Philippines; capital of Cebu Province
  • most important city in Central and Southern Philippines; one of the most progressive cities in the country
  • famous for the annual Sinulog Fiesta celebrating the Santo Nino/Christ Child
Cebu Province
  • one of the most progressive provinces in the country
  • known for its year-round fiestas in its various towns and cities
  • popular for its beaches, churches and historical sites (Monument of Lapu-Lapu/The First Filipino Hero, Magellan's Cross, Shrine of Santo Nino)
  • popular for the food: mango dishes, lechon Cebu, danggit, pastries (barquillos, rosquillos, otap, turrones, galletas) and more
Dumaguete City
  • capital of Negros Oriental; one of the country's most peaceful cities
  • tagged as University City of the South...More
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