UNTV Reaps 13 Anak TV Awards for 2010
Not every TV program can garner an Anak TV award because not every TV program is child-friendly. But UNTV was able to reap 13 Anak TV awards recently.
Anak TV Foundation awarded 13 programs of UNTV for their child-friendly programs. In a formal ceremony on December this year, this event involves shows which are recognized as easily recognizable to children, parents, house help, and teachers. Some of the nominees in this event to be known as “wholesome and child sensitive” came from different stations.
As such they have the authority to wear the Anak TV seal.
Notification of the awards was given on November 18, 2010. The awards will be formally given on December 8, 2010 during Anak TV ceremonies. The shows are the following:
“KNC Show”, a child-oriented show that focuses on the values and virtues that children even the grown-ups must possess. The only difference of this program with other educational shows is that its lessons are based on the Bible.
“Good Morning Kuya” hosted by the multi-awarded broadcaster and public servant Mr. Daniel Razon. The program tackles current issues in a light and casual approach with its humorous segment “Pondahan”. Kuya Daniel recently awarded this year as Best Male Newscaster by Philippine Movie Press Club’s (PMPC) Star Awards for TV. His show Good Morning Kuya was also hailed as Best Morning Show by PMPC.
“Dito Po Sa Amin” presents the culture, people, tourism, and economic condition of a certain place. “Bread Tambayan”, travels and visits different schools to meet students of other schools and explore their culture. The Bread in Bread Tambayan is the shortened term for “Bible Reader.”
“Munting Pangarap” is a program that grants wishes from different people in different areas of the Philippines.
Meanwhile, “Sports 37” is a program that gives information focusing on different aspects in sports. It also features different athletes on how they brought honors to their country.
Other programs of UNTV that are included in awarding are “Bread ‘n Butter,” a business travel show that teaches entrepreneurial techniques and awareness to encourage viewers to put their own businesses; “Doc on TV”, a show that provides fresh details regarding healthcare and medicine, “Estranghero”, that brings awareness to audiences about other countries and orient those who are planning to leave the country, “Istorya,” a documentary show which is advisable to be watched by 15 years old and above.
The programs “Kilalanin Natin” and “Spotlight” feature personalities who are important in the country. Lastly, “Law Profile” is a program about legal matters. It tackles the implementation of the law that brings to the viewers awareness regarding the law that they are following.
Anak TV calls for the promotion of the seal-awarded programs to promote children-safety campaign as well. – Mark Juneil Bucao