Radio GMA Network, Inc. (RGMA) President and GMA Consultant for Radio Operations Mike Enriquez is one of this year’s recipients of the CEO Excel Awards presented by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
Launched in 2005, the CEO Excel Awards “honors top-level leaders for their exceptional use of strategic communication in their organizations.”
“I am honored by IABC’s recognition of my work as the president of GMA’s radio arm – RGMA Network, Inc. It gives me added inspiration and motivation to continue working hard for the continued uplifting of the lives of the men and women of RGMA,” said Enriquez.
He is credited with spearheading the radio expansion program of the Network when he joined the company in 1995. Today, GMA Radio manages and operates 24 radio stations in major cities in the Philippines and is among the Network’s significant revenue contributors.
His unblemished credibility, uncompromised fearlessness, intact values, and passion for excellence have earned him and his TV and radio programs and stations several major local and international honors. He is so far the only Filipino to have won the Best Newscaster award in the prestigious Asian Television Awards held in Singapore in 1999.
Earlier this year, Enriquez was awarded as an Outstanding Manilan by the City of Manila and was also named Most Trusted Radio News Presenter by Reader’s Digest.
Enriquez joins a prestigious roster of CEO Excel awardees from the Kapuso Network including GMA Chairman and CEO Felipe Gozon in 2006, GMAKF Founder and Ambassador Mel Tiangco in 2010, GMA Senior Vice President for News and Public Affairs Marissa Flores in 2012, and GMA News’ Jessica Soho in 2014.
He co-anchors the country’s leading primetime newscast 24 Oras Tiangco and Vicky Morales. He also hosts the top-rating investigative program Imbestigador every Saturday afternoon on GMA, and the no.1 radio program in Mega Manila Saksi Sa Dobol B from 6 to 10 a.m. on DZBB.
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