Nina Corpuz, Ryan Chua, Jeff Canoy, granted international fellowships and scholarships

Journalists of ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs, the country’s largest and most trusted news organization, have been awarded prestigious international journalism fellowships and scholarship to gain training, knowledge, skills, and exposure to today’s global news media landscape. Health beat reporter and DZMM’s “Magandang Gabi Dok” anchor Nina Corpuz made it as the only Southeast Asian journalist chosen to participate in the United Nations Foundation’s 2013 Global Issues Press Fellowship program in New York City, which will expose her to the latest information on pressing global …

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Do spirits depart from the world or are they just lingering on?

ABS-CBN news reporter Jeff Canoy proves and busts beliefs about the existence of spirits and looks into Filipino cultural practices of remembering the dead tomorrow (Oct 30) in “Patrol ng Pilipino.” In this replay episode, Jeff gets his firsthand experience with the paranormal as he helps a grieving mother communicate with her daughter who was raped and killed through paranormal experts. Jeff also accompanies a grandfather to a place that is believed to be a dumping site of slain victims to feel the presence of …

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Is Mar Roxas the right man for DILG?

ABS-CBN news reporter Ron Gagalac will examine the credentials of the newly appointed Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) secretary Mar Roxas and the challenges he will be facing in his Cabinet post tomorrow (Sept 4) in “Patrol ng Pilipino.” Roxas admitted he had big shoes to fill in assuming the post of the late DILG sec. Jesse Robredo, who is well-loved by Naga and the whole nation due to his quiet dedication to good governance and reform. Besides assessing Roxas’ accomplishments and public …

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In flood-prone Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela (CAMANAVA) area, how can we reduce the vulnerability of the area to flooding disasters?

History seemed to have repeated itself last week when massive rains and floods induced by the southwest monsoon submerged barangays in Luzon, a picture reminiscent of the damages left by typhoon Ondoy in 2009. ABS-CBN news reporter Jeff Canoy braved the flood waters to get the stories of stranded residents and affected areas in Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, at Valenzuela (CAMANAVA). Watch his full report tomorrow (August 14) in “Patrol ng Pilipino” on ABS-CBN. The government always keeps an eye on the CAMANAVA area, particularly Malabon, …

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Despite the country’s anti-hazing law, why does fraternity torture remain rampant among student groups?

Problems of improper trash disposal and informal settlers living along waterways have been raised again after floods submerged Roxas Boulevard last week when Manila Bay spew out heaps of garbage onto the road due to heavy rains brought by tropical storm Gener. Tomorrow (Aug 7) in “Patrol ng Pilipino,” ABS-CBN news reporter Jeck Batallones will probe the effects of flooding in Metro Manila caused by people’s indiscriminate waste disposal. Have Filipinos yet to learn how to properly dispose of their garbage? How does the government …

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How can the authorities improve and ensure the safety of passengers travelling across the sea?

ABS-CBN news reporter Jeff Canoy will take a closer look into the circumstances that led to the sinking of MV Josille-2 and monitor the search and rescue operations carried out by marine authorities tomorrow (June 19) in “Patrol ng Pilipino.” Five were declared dead and four remained missing after the cargo vessel was battered by huge, strong waves and sank off in El Nido, Palawan last June 12. Join Jeff as he examines the country’s state of maritime travel by looking back on two of …

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Reporter’s life-threatening experiences unmasked in “Patrol ng Pilipino”

News reporters Jeff Canoy and Chiara Zambrano will interview ABS-CBN journalists who were held captive by the Abu Sayyaf, covered war zones in the Middle East, the Maguindanao massacre, and the most notable showbiz stories of the past 25 years tomorrow (May 8) in “Patrol ng Pilipino.” For the second part of the documentary on the 25th anniversary of “TV Patrol,” Doris Bigornia will detail her experiences being trapped in the crossfire between the military and the Abu Sayyaf in Lamitan in Mindanao. Dindo Amparo, …

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“Patrol ng Pilipino” shows how phenomenal loveteams are formed

What makes a love team in Philippine show business successful? Is there a formula to winning the hearts of Filipino fans? Tomorrow (Feb 28), ABS-CBN reporter Jeff Canoy will tackle the factors in forming popular showbiz tandems in “Patrol ng Pilipino” and how their on-screen chemistry is measured to guarantee their appeal to fans. Meet the big bosses who determine the romantic team-ups, as well as the fans who would go to great lengths to defend their idols. Jeff will report on today’s most phenomenal …

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“Patrol ng Pilipino” zooms in on life of late Rep. Iggy Arroyo

ABS-CBN Europe Bureau correspondent Rose Eclarinal will get a close-up on the life of the late Rep. Ignacio “Iggy” Arroyo, the controversial younger brother of former First Gentleman Mike Arroyo tomorrow (Feb 7) in “Patrol ng Pilipino.” Before Iggy died recently after his body was removed from life support following a cardiac arrest, he was a prominent newsmaker for confessing as Jose Pidal in 2003 and for appearing in a controversy involving the sale of allegedly Arroyo-owned choppers to the Philippine National Police in 2011.Amidst …

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“Patrol ng Pilipino” checks on Filipinos in conflict-stricken Syria

Thousands of people have already died in the violent political uprising in Syria, but thousands of Filipinos still refuse to come home for fear of being unemployed. Tomorrow (Jan 10) in “Patrol ng Pilipino,” Jing Castaneda will report the latest updates on the Department of Foreign Affair’s effort to safely send home over 5,000 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Syria. Jing will also find out how OFWs live and work in a foreign place with heightened security threats and why they, despite the conflict, choose …

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