|TV Patrol Central Visayas|
Nagabalita ug Nagaalagad Bisan Asa sa Central Visayas
|Created by||ABS-CBN Regional Network Group|
|Developed by||ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs|
|Directed by||Vilma Andales
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||n/a (airs daily)|
|Executive producer(s)||Vilma Andales
|Running time||40 minutes|
|Original network||ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu
ABS-CBN Regional Channel
|Picture format||480i (4:3 SDTV)|
|Audio format||Stereo (Virtual Surround)
Mono (High fidelity)
|Original release||August 29, 1988– present|
TV Patrol Central Visayas (formerly TV Patrol Cebu) is the local news program of the ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in Mandaue City. It has been the most watched news program in Metro Cebu and Central Visayas as well as Dumaguete and Negros Oriental (although the latter two was formally transferred to the newly created Negros Island Region). The program delivers news headlines about the current events in Central Visayas and Dumaguete. It is aired live daily from the ABS-CBN Newscenter Cebu at 5:00 PM, from Monday to Friday with simulcast over Channel 9 Bohol and Channel 12 Dumaguete and on radio through DYAB Radyo Patrol 1512 Cebu and MOR 97.1 For Life! Cebu, with replays at 7:00 PM on Sky Cable Cebu Community Channel 53 and nationwide via ABS-CBN Regional Channel at 11:00 PM Mondays to Fridays and at 8:00 AM Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Anchored by Leo Lastimosa, TV Patrol Central Visayas had been recognized by Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) as the Best TV News Program in 2005 and in 2008. It was further given recognition by Cebu Archdiocesan Mass Media Awards (CAMMA) as the Best TV News Program in 2007 and 2009.
In addition, it is the only newscast in the Philippines with a using video traffic system and sign language of the news for audience with visual difficulties along with TV Patrol Palawan.
They close the program saying "Usa Ta, Kapamilya!" literally, "we are One kapamilyas!"
TV Patrol Cebu premiered on August 29, 1988 with Titus Borromeo as the first anchor of the regional newscast, making it to be the first and the longest running regional TV Patrol in the Philippines. Since them, it had covered stories raging from natural disasters, man-made disasters, religion conflicts, tribal conflicts, political controversies, social issues and crime stories that are in Cebuano. After T. Borromeo left the program it opens along with the launching of TV Patrol Dumaguete Anchor. On August 14, 1995 Dante Luzon, Rosemarie Borromeo and Nanette Tapayan debuted as the new acnhors. In June 15, 1998 Haide Acuña and Harry Gasser replaced Luzon, Tapayan and R. Borromeo while both were appointed as anchors of TV Patrol Dumaguete with Titus Boprromeo as part of the news team of ABS-CBN Dumaguete.
On August 14, 1995, ABS-CBN Dumaguete opens along with the launching of TV Patrol Dumaguete. Titus Borromeo is also the pioneer anchor for the newscast since he left from Cebu.
On July 2, 2001, TV Patrol Cebu relaunches to TV Patrol Central Visayas. with Harry Gasser and Haide Acuña The newscast continues to earn local and national awards, including the Catholic Mass Media Awards. On October 19, 2001 Gasser left the newscast replaced Dante Luzon to TV Patrol Central Visayas after a 3-year absence This was also the beginning simulcasting the newscast on the network's radio station DYAB Radyo Patrol Cebu 1512 kHz. On July 14, 2003 Luzon left the show replaced with Leo Lastimosa as an anchor of the show joining Acuña it relaunched on the program and on January 2, 2006 upon its merger with Cebu-based newscast itself on ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete.
In 2008, TV Patrol Central Visayas celebrates 20 years of public service to Central Philippines. It has covered news events like events around the administration Cebu's political families (Osmeña, 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 1991 Ormoc floods, the 1997 Chiong sisters case, the 2004 Presidential Inauguration in Cebu, The 2005 Bohol cassava cake poisoning, the 2006 Southern Leyte landslide and the 2007 ASEAN Summit.
TV Patrol Central Visayas celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013. The same year, the newscast updated their graphics, OBB, studio set and video and audio packages.
In August 2016, TV Patrol Central Visayas updated their logo, graphics (with the font of the lower thirds and ticker now with Gotham) and video packages (except for Police Patrol, Eco Patrol and Campus Patrol, which is made in-house), now matching the national TV Patrol. This is the second regional TV Patrol newscast to update its graphics and exactly match the new graphics to the national newscast next to TV Patrol Socsksargen on the 8th of the same month.
From February 6 to March 27, 2017, the newscast was situated outside the ABS-CBN Cebu Broadcast Complex as the main studio underwent renovations.
On March 28, 2017, TV Patrol Central Visayas began broadcasting in a newly renovated set, which includes Augmented Reality and a large wall with the logo of the said newscast.
On June 1, 2017, the newscast began airing on MOR 97.1 Lupig Sila! besides airing on DYAB Radyo Patrol 1512, becoming the first TV Patrol Regional newscast to simulcast on a Radyo Patrol and a MOR station, As Part Of Cellebration of 21st Anniversary of FM Station And 29th Anniversary of The Newscast.
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