From the producers of top-rating and award-winning newscast Balitang Amianan comes the pioneering morning show in North Central Luzon, Mornings with GMA Regional TV, airing weekdays at 8:00 in the morning.
Available via GMA Regional TV North Central Luzon channels, Mornings with GMA Regional TV aired its premiere telecast on Monday, hosted by Ralph Guieb with Ara Hanesh.
A proud Ilocano, Ralph started his career as a local TV host, and later transitioned to event hosting both in the Philippines and abroad. He once joined the corporate world as part of GMA Regional TV. With his passion in storytelling, Ralph not only takes the helm as host but also serves as the morning show’s executive producer.
Meanwhile, Ara hails from Urdaneta, Pangasinan. She is a local TV host, model, and beauty queen. Following her eight-year stint working overseas, she came home to pursue her hosting career as co-host of Mornings with GMA Regional TV. She brings with her a wealth of experience as she chats with North Central Luzon’s movers and shakers on diverse topics and issues.
Joining the show on its pilot week are various guests led by Alden Richards, Tom Rodriguez, and movers and shakers in North Central Luzon.
“We aim to give our valued viewers, a well-produced morning program that highlights your stories and culture. This is part of our commitment to bring to our Kapuso in the regions the right information and inspiration,” says GMA Regional TV and Synergy Vice President and Head Oliver Amoroso.
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