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ABS-CBN Celebrates 60 Years on ASAP 18 with More than 100 Kapamilya Stars (October 6)

Posted on October 5, 2013 | 10:16 AM

ASAP 18 will throw a grand reunion of more than one hundred Kapamilya stars in participation to the historical two-day celebration of ABS-CBN for the 60 years of Philippine television titled “Mga Kuwento ng Kasiyahan: The Grand Kapamilya Weekend.”

ABS-CBN Celebrates 60 Years on ASAP 18 with More than 100 Kapamilya Stars (October 6)Witness one of Philippine TV’s milestone as the whole ASAP Kapamilya and cast members of timeless hit shows of ABS-CBN take over the center stage for a string of world-class performances and unforgettable surprises.

Watch out for the back-to-back-to-back grand reunions of ASAP main hosts Martin Nievera, ZsaZsa Padilla, Pops Fernandez, Richard Gomez, Ariel Rivera, and Gary Valenciano; “Tonight With Dick and Carmi” tandem of Roderick Paulate and Carmi Martin; and the “Sang Linggo nAPO Sila” ‘family’ members namely, Amy Perez, Boboy Garovillo, Bing Loyzaga, Melissa de Leon, and Agot Isidro.

Solid teleserye fans will surely be in for a treat with the special production numbers of “Juan dela Cruz” stars Coco Martin, Erich Gonzales, and Shaina Magdayao; “Got to Believe” love team Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo; “Maria Mercedes” star Jessy Mendiola; and “Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin” lead actor Gerald Anderson. Joining the Primetime Bida stars are Andrea Brillantes, Kaye Abad, Zanjoe Marudo, Denise Laurel, Patrick Garcia, and Carlo Aquino of “Annaliza;” Andi Eigenmann and Matteo Guidicelli of “Galema: Anak Ni Zuma;” and Richard ‘Ser Chief’ Yap of “Be Careful With My Heart.”

Star Cinema’s box-office love teams will paint the town red with the most romantic surprises from John Lloyd Cruz and Sarah Geronimo, Kim Chiu and Xian Lim, Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga, and Richard and Dawn Zulueta.

Aside from Sarah, John Lloyd will also reunite with his “Tabing Ilog” barkada Kaye, Patrick, Desiree del Valle, Baron Geisler, and Paula Peralejo. Take a trip down memory lane as the “Tabing Ilog” cast bonds with promising Kapamilya teen stars Kathryn, Julia Montes, Ella Cruz, Khalil Ramos, Miles Ocampo, Kiray Celis, Paul Salas, Francis Magundayao, Igi Boy Flores, Julia Barretto, Janella Salvador, Jerome Ponce, Jane Oineza, Michelle Vito, Dominic Roque, Angeli Gonzales, CJ Navato, Jon Lucas, and Alex Diaz.

Relive the happy times in “Grand Kapamilya Weekend” as popular Kapamilya comedy stars travel back in time and remember the remarkable moments in the ‘60 years of comedy.’ It will be led by “Palibhasa Lalake” cast members Richard, John Estrada, Jomari Yllana, and Jao Mapa; “Banana Split Extra Scoop” gang Angelica Panganiban, John Prats, Zanjoe Marudo, Jayson Gainza, Pooh, Saicy Aguila, Aiko Climaco, and Sunshine Garcia; and the singer of the hit novelty dance craze “Otso Otso” Bayani Agbayani

Get ready to scream with the much awaited get-together of ASAP’s ultimate boy group ‘Kanto Boys’ composed of John Lloyd, Vhong Navarro, Luis Manzano, and Billy Crawford.

Meanwhile, celebrate the greatness of Filipino youth in the heart-pounding dance showdown of “Pinoy Big Brother” ex-housemates Kim, Gerald, Sam Milby, Robi Domingo, and Nene Tamayo; “Star Circle Quest” alumni Erich Gonzales, Joross Gamboa, and Melissa Ricks; and “Star Circle Quest” kids Xyriel Manabat, Nash Aguas, Sharlene San Pedro, Izzy Canillo, Clarence Delgado, and Bugoy Cariño.

Pay tribute to the incomparable beauty of Filipino music in the world-class concert spectacle of OPM icons Arnel Pineda, Pilita Corales, Mike Hanopol, Randy Santiago, Jet Pangan, Abra; and “ASAP 18” main stays Jericho Rosales, Jed Madela, Juris, Aiza Seguerra, Richard Poon, Kean Cipriano, Sitti, Nyoy Volante, Princess, and Charice.

Expect a breath-taking dance showdown of Shaina, John, Rayver Cruz, Sam Concepcion, Iya Villania, and Nikki Gil in the segment ‘Supahdance;’ followed by the hair-raising musical showdown of Kapamilya singing champions Erik Santos, Yeng Constantino, Angeline Quinto, Jovit Baldivino, Marcelito Pomoy, KZ Tandingan, and Roel Manlangit, together with the first ever “The Voice of the Philippines” grand winner Mitoy Yonting.

Don’t miss the star-studded and historical celebration of ABS-CBN’s 60th anniversary in the country’s longest-running, award-winning variety show, “ASAP 18,” this Sunday (October 6), 12:15 noon, at the Marikina Sports Center.

For viewers who want to purchase ASAP official merchandise, simply visit the ABS-CBN Store located at the ground floor of ELJ building in Quezon City, or visit ABSCBNstore.shopinas.com and MyRegalo.com.

For more updates about “Kwento ng Kasiyahan: The Grand Kapamilya Weekend” visit the event’s official website at 60years.ABS-CBN.com. For updates, photos and to hang out live with the stars at ASAP Chill-Out, visit http://asap.abs-cbn.com/, ‘like’ http://facebook.com/asapofficial, follow @ASAPOFFICIAL on Twitter, and know the latest happenings in “ASAP 18” by tweeting the hashtag #Kapamilya60Years.

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ABS-CBN Mounts Historic Grand Kapamilya Weekend this October 5-6 to Celebrate 60 Years of Philippine TV

Posted on October 1, 2013 | 8:21 PM

ABS-CBN will mount a star-studded two-day event with fun and meaningful activities for people from all walks of life in the historic “Kwento ng Kasiyahan: The Grand Kapamilya Weekend” this Saturday (Oct 5) and Sunday (Oct 6) to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Philippine television.

ABS-CBN Mounts Historic Grand Kapamilya Weekend this October 5-6 to Celebrate 60 Years of Philippine TV
“It’s Showtime” will bring the fun to the Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) this Saturday where it will hold its live telecast.

Star Cinema and M.O.R. 101.9, meanwhile, have back-to-back treats for the QMC crowd.

At 5:30 PM, Star Cinema will hold a free outdoor screening of the box-office movie “It Takes A Man and A Woman,” followed by the appearances of Piolo Pascual and the stars of the upcoming Star Cinema movie “She’s The One,” Bea Alonzo and Enrique Gil.

Following the film screening, M.O.R 101.9 will treat the crowd to a free “MOR LIVE: Kwento ng Musikang Pilipino” concert at 8:30PM, featuring performances from Daniel Padilla, Jed Madela, Yeng Constantino, Jovit Baldivino, Juris, KZ Tandingan, Bugoy Drilon, Liezel Garcia, Marcelito Pomoy, Bryan Termulo, and “The Voice of the Philippines” artist Darryl Shy.

“One Run, One Philippines,” on the other hand, will kick off the festivities on Sunday at 6AM, with thousands of participants gathering to run for the continued rehabilitation and beautification of the esteros in the metro and the Pasig River. The run will also be simultaneously held in Quezon City, Cebu City, Bacolod City, Davao City, and Los Angeles (USA) to benefit various environmental advocacies.

In the afternoon, fans will be treated to world-class performances from some of the biggest and brightest Kapamilya stars iin “ASAP 18,” live from the Marikina Sports Complex.

At 5PM on the same day, comedians such as Pokwang, John Lapus, Pooh, Kitkat, K Brosas, and Chokoleit, among others, will be headlining the Kapamilya TV for an evening of laughter, contests, and prizes.

From 8AM to 6PM on both Saturday and Sunday, Kapamilya attendees can troop to the Kapamilya Village in QMC, where ABS-CBN programs and channels will set up booths offering games and special shows. They will also be given the chance to bond with and have their photo taken with some of the cast members of ABS-CBN programs who will take part in the event.

The Kapamilya Bazaar at QMC, meanwhile, will open at 9AM until 12MN on both Saturday and Sunday.

Aside from these fun-filled activities, the “Grand Kapamilya Weekend” will provide public service through the medical mission of “Salamat Dok” and DZMM, the Soup Kitchen to be operated by Star Magic talents and ABS-CBN’s news anchors, and the booths of ABS-CBN’s news and current affairs shows.

The ABS-CBN Regional Network Group will also deliver medical, livelihood, and government services to the public via “Halad Kapamilya,” which will begin at 6AM on Saturday and will be held simultaneously at SM City Bacolod, Cebu Technological University, and Palma Gil Elementary School in Davao City.

For additional information on the “Kwento ng Kasiyahan: The Grand Kapamilya Weekend,” visit 60years.abs-cbn.com. Take part in the celebration by sharing your ‘Kwento ng Kasiyahan’ on Twitter using the hashtag #Kapamilya60Years.

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ABS-CBN 60th Anniversary Station ID 'Kwento Natin Ito' (Video)

Posted on August 4, 2013 | 7:17 PM

The country's media giant ABS-CBN has launched its 60th anniversary station ID Kwento Natin Ito. The said SID premiered on ASAP 18 Sunday, August 4.

ABS-CBN 60th Anniversary Station ID 'Kwento Natin Ito'

The highly anticipated ABS-CBN station ID for the 60th anniversary of Philippine television features the network's past programs—musical, talk, variety, noontime, gag, talent shows, sitcoms, teleseryes—as well as the biggest and brightest stars in Philippine TV.

With the theme song Kwento Natin Ito (check out the lyrics video of the song here) sung by mother and daughter tandem of Zsa Zsa Padilla and Zia Quizon, ABS-CBN's 60th anniversary station ID will bring us to what we call 'home' and 'family'.

Watch the video of the 60th anniversary SID below:



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Sarah G, JC de Vera and ABS-CBN 60th Anniversary Station ID Launch on ASAP 18 (August 4)

Posted on August 2, 2013 | 6:42 PM

ASAP 18 is set to share the touching stories of Filipino families this Sunday (August 4) in the grand launch of ABS-CBN’s highly-anticipated station ID for the 60th anniversary of Philippine television. The celebration will be led by mother and daughter ZsaZsa Padilla and Zia Quizon, who sang the SID theme song (listen to it here) titled “Kwento Natin Ito.”

Aside from the station ID, ABS-CBN’s anniversary campaign ‘KwentoSerye’ will also be launched in “ASAP 18” featuring touching stories that serve as an inspiration for the Kapamilya network.

Sarah Geronimo, JC de Vera and ABS-CBN 60th Anniversary Station ID Launch on ASAP 18 (August 4)

Witness tales of love, hope, and dreams on the ASAP center stage in the back-to-back-to-back birthday celebrations of Mr. Pure Energy Gary Valenciano, Kapamilya heartthrob Xian Lim, and Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo, who will launch her newest album ‘Expressions’ (check out the album track list and sampler here).

Get ready to be blown away with the special concert treat of Kapamilya teen sensation Daniel Padilla.

Reminisce fun ‘barkada’ stories in the ‘90s throwback production number of “Raketeros” lead stars Herbert Bautista, Dennis Padilla, and Andrew E, together with their director Randy Santiago; and the must-watch surprise of former “Ang TV” kids John Prats, Gio Alvarez, Marc Solis, Thou Reyes, Jan Marini Alano, and Lindsay Custodio.

Join “ASAP 18” as it welcomes the newest Kapamilya star JC de Vera together with some of the country’s hottest actors including Gerald Anderson, Enrique Gil, and Sam Milby. It will be followed by the launch of Sam Concepcion’s latest album; and the breathtaking dance numbers of Kapamilya teen stars Julia Barretto, Janella Salvador, Jane Oineza, Jerome Ponce, Nash Aguas, and Khalil Ramos; and “Goin’ Bulilit” kids Bugoy Cariño, Brenna Garcia, Belle Mariano, Bea Basa, Joshen Bernardo, and Miguel de Guzman.

Meanwhile, watch out for the mind-blowing ASAP Supahdance showdown prepared by Iza Calzado, Pokwang, Luis Manzano, Maja Salvador, Shaina Magdayao, Julia Montes, Kathryn Bernardo, Empress, Arron Villaflor, Rayver Cruz, and KC Concepcion.

Fall in love with the most romantic stories in the world-class musical act of Martin Nievera, Vina Morales, Bamboo, Erik Santos, Jed Madela, and Toni Gonzaga; and the sweetest vocal performances of ASAP Sessionistas and ASAP Covers members Aiza Seguerra, Paolo Valenciano, and Yeng Constantino with OPM music icon Rico Blanco.

Don’t miss the grand launch of ABS-CBN’s 60th anniversary station ID and listen to the heart-felt stories in the country’s longest-running, award-winning variety show, “ASAP 18” this Sunday, 12 noon, on ABS-CBN. For updates, photos and to hang out live with the stars at ASAP Chill-Out, visit http://asap.abs-cbn.com/, ‘like’ http://facebook.com/asapofficial, follow @ASAPOFFICIAL on Twitter, and know the latest happenings in “ASAP 18” by tweeting the hashtag #ASAPKwento.

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ABS-CBN 60 Years Station ID Theme Song 'Kwento Natin Ito' Sung by Zsa Zsa Padilla and Zia Quizon

Posted on July 13, 2013 | 8:43 AM

Listen to the ABS-CBN 60th anniversary station ID theme song performed by mother-daughter tandem Zsa Zsa Padilla and Zia Quizon with the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of maestro Gerard Salonga.

ABS-CBN 60 Years Station ID Theme Song 'Kwento Natin Ito' Sung by Zsa Zsa Padilla and Zia Quizon

Titled Kwento Natin Ito, the ABS-CBN 60 Years of Philippine Television station ID theme song is written by Robert Labayen with music composed and produced by Ferdinand Dimadura. The said song will be used in a grand station ID to be released soon.

Here's Zsa Zsa and Zia performing the heartwarming song Kwento Natin Ito in celebration of 60 years of Philippine TV.



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ABS-CBN 60 Years: Kwento Natin Ito (Tribute Video)

Posted on February 10, 2013 | 3:39 PM

ABS-CBN released a tribute video in celebration of its 60 years anniversary.

With the theme “Kwento Natin Ito,” ABS-CBN’s 60th anniversary pays tribute to the life stories of each and every Filipino that molded ABS-CBN to becoming the country’s leading TV network and inspired the hardworking people behind it to live up to the company’s motto.

ABS-CBN 60 years anniversary logo

"‘Kwento natin to’ doesn’t pertain to the story of ABS-CBN rather the story of each and every Filipino. Philippine TV is a magical box that contains the colors of our collective experiences, emotions, dreams, imaginations, and all things that make us human and make us Filipino," said ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio. 

ABS-CBN, which stands for Alto Broadcasting System Chronicles Broadcasting Network, truly played a major role in the broadcasting history of the Philippines. The TV network was born back in the 1950s when CBS, owned by Eugenio Lopez Sr., bought ABS, then owned by Antonio Quirino.

Here is ABS-CBN's 60th anniversary video paying tribute to every Filipino who has been part of the 60 years of Philippine television.


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ABS-CBN Kicks Off 60 Years Anniversary Celebration

Posted on January 24, 2013 | 9:17 AM

ABS-CBN 60 Years Anniversary logoABS-CBN Corporation kicked off its 60th anniversary’s year-long celebration as a media institution that pioneered television in the country and how it has been in the service of the Filipinos ever since 1950s.

“ABS-CBN is living institution composed of you, me and every employee that has dedicated himself or herself to be in the service of the Filipino. That’s what we have been doing for the past 60 years and that is what ABS-CBN will continue to do for all its existence,” he ABS-CBN Chairman Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III in his speech.

Lopez told ABS-CBN employees at a recent gathering that ABS-CBN will continue to undertake pioneering projects and introduce innovations starting this year.  He said, “Many radical and trailblazing strategies will be launched that will redefine the way we do business.”

He added, “You will see an ABS-CBN that uses the foundation of content to mold itself into a company that offers consumer solutions that has never been seen before. It a result of listening to our consumers and responding to them in ways they want and desire. It is about creating one-on-one relationships with each Filipino that we serve. This is what our mission is all about.”

With the theme “Kwento Natin ‘To,” ABS-CBN’s 60th anniversary pays tribute to the life stories of each and every Filipino that molded ABS-CBN to becoming the country’s leading TV network and inspired the hardworking people behind it to live up to the company’s motto.

ABS-CBN Kicks Off 60 Years Anniversary Celebration

“‘Kwento natin to’ doesn’t pertain to the story of ABS-CBN rather the story of each and every Filipino. Philippine TV is a magical box that contains the colors of our collective experiences, emotions, dreams, imaginations, and all things that make us human and make us Filipino,” said ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio. “The celebration of the 60th year of Philippine TV is our way of thanking and paying tribute to our fellow Filipinos.

Concio pointed out how television has become part of the Filipinos’ daily lives.  She said, “For Filipinos, drama and comedy programs are reflections of their real lives. News programs reflect their realities and how the times molded them to be stronger in facing their daily struggles. Talent and reality shows reflects their dreams and aspirations, while variety shows reflects the joy they feel whenever they are with their families or friends.

But she clarified that the viewers don’t owe ABS-CBN anything for providing quality and top-caliber programs. Instead, it is ABS-CBN that owes the viewers since all of its works are inspired from their stories.

As part of the year-long celebration, 60 employees will share their stories on-air as to how ABS-CBN has become part of their lives. The first eight stories were premiered in the event that includes the stories of cameraman Val Cuenca, promo specialist Christine Estabillo, program executive Riza Ebriega, news bureau chief Dindo Amparo, regional news reporter Joan Panopio, sales executive Herman Pablico, radio supervisor Aris Jurado , and Manila Radio Division head Peter Musngi.

ABS-CBN Chairman and CEO Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III was moved with the stories he witnessed and referred to it as “living reminders of why ABS-CBN was built.”

ABS-CBN, which stands for Alto Broadcasting System Chronicles Broadcasting Network, truly played a major role in the broadcasting history of the Philippines. The TV network was born back in the 1950s when CBS, owned by Eugenio Lopez Sr., bought ABS, then owned by Antonio Quirino.

ABS-CBN was the first to broadcast in full color in Southeast Asia and its programs such “You’re Evening with Pilita,” “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” and “Buhay Artista” are popular in the pan-region. Its broadcast center, which was inaugurated in 1968, was the second most advanced TV facility in Asia next to NHK of Japan.

The network was closed in 1972 because of the declaration of the Martial Law but was returned back to operations in 1986 after the historic People Power revolution.

ABS-CBN started from scratch again but through the efforts of Eugenio “Kapitan” Lopez Jr., Freddie M. Garcia, and Atty. Jake Lopez, ABS-CBN became number one again in 1988.

The 60 years of Philippine TV kick off event was hosted by “TV Patrol” anchors Noli De Castro and Korina Sanchez. Gary Valenciano, Kuh Ledesma, Jed Madela, Erik Santos, Yeng Constantino, Jovit Baldivino, Marcelito Pomoy, and KZ Tandingan also rendered song numbers with musical accompaniment by the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra.

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