Super Radyo DZBB recently launched its latest station ID and music video as GMA Network’s flagship AM radio station cements its mandate of providing fair and balanced news to the public.
The new station ID, seen on GMA-7 and GMA News TV, presented the DZBB team in full force with Dobol B sa News TV anchors Mike Enriquez, Arnold Clavio, Ali Sotto, and Joel Reyes Zobel.
GMA Vice President for Radio Operations Glenn F. Allona said that since DZBB’s reach has expanded with the mix of radio and television, a strong theme is created for this project to reflect the station’s commitment to public service through news and information. “The presence of our content in television is an opportunity for us to show that DZBB is not just a pool of voices but of real, dedicated and hardworking people who are committed to Serbisyong Totoo,” said Allona.
Radio GMA President Enriquez admitted that being on two platforms at the same time is more challenging since their reports now need to have a video component. “It makes it a lot more challenging but a lot more exciting. This kind of outlook is shared by all the men and women of DZBB that we are not just being listened to, but now we are also being seen,” he added.
As DZBB continues to respond to the ever-changing needs of the listening and viewing public, it also reaffirms its commitment to live up to the motto Walang kinikilingan, Walang pinoprotektahan, Serbisyong totoo lamang.
“This is not an empty slogan. It’s a way of life. As an individual, it helps the way you deal with other people—with fairness and balance, and always, always wanting to hear both sides of the story,” Enriquez emphasized.
Catch the biggest news and commentaries in Dobol B sa News TV weekdays 6 to 11 a.m., on GMA News TV Channel 11 and on GMA News TV International overseas.
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