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Karen Davila returns to ‘TV Patrol,’ Pia Gutierrez joins ‘The World Tonight’

Broadcast journalist Karen Davila returns as one of the anchors of TV Patrol as ABS-CBN’s flagship newscast strengthens its mission to serve Filipinos worldwide with news and information that matter to them.

Karen Davila returns to ‘TV Patrol,’ Pia Gutierrez joins ‘The World Tonight’
Broadcast journalists Karen Davila (left) and Pia Gutierrez.
Davila joins fellow seasoned news anchors Henry Omaga-Diaz and Bernadette Sembrano-Aguinaldo in leading the 34-year-old news program.

The award-winning anchor of Headstart on ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC), first became part of the newscast from 2004 until 2010.  She was also one of the anchors of ABS-CBN’s late night newscast Bandila prior to the broadcast shutdown in 2020.      

Meanwhile, senior news reporter Pia Gutierrez takes Davila’s place in the anchor desk of ANC’s The World Tonight with Tony Velasquez 

Gutierrez, who currently covers President Rodrigo Duterte and is part of the Malacañang Press Corps, began her career as a journalist in ABS-CBN’s regional station in Baguio in 2006. She joined ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs in 2010.      

TV Patrol airs from Monday to Friday, 6:30 p.m. on ANC and TeleRadyo on cable and satellite TV, overseas via TFC, and online on the ABS-CBN News YouTube Channel, news.abs-cbn.com, or listen to the audio streaming via the ABS-CBN Radio Service App.      

The World Tonight airs Monday to Friday, 9:00 p.m. on ANC and 10:40 p.m. on the Kapamilya Channel and is also available on iWantTFC, TFC, and other ABS-CBN News digital platforms. 

Topics: Karen Davila , TV Patrol , ABS-CBN , Henry Omaga-Diaz , Bernadette Sembrano-Aguinaldo
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