24 Oras

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24 Oras
24 Oras logo (2014).png
Logo used since November 10, 2014.
Genre Newscast
Live action
Created by Antonio Magsumbol
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Directed by Weeknights
Joel San Luis
Weekends
Lirio Dayao
Presented by Weeknight anchors
Mel Tiangco
Mike Enriquez
Vicky Morales
Weekend anchors
Pia Arcangel
Jiggy Manicad
Narrated by Mike Enriquez (weekdays, 2014–present)
Theme music composer Jimmy Antiporda
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Tagalog
Filipino
No. of episodes n/a (airs daily)
Production
Executive producer(s) Marissa Flores
Running time approximate 60 minutes (without commercials) 1 16 hours (with commercials) (Weeknights)
30 minutes (Weekends)
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run March 15, 2004 (2004-03-15) – present
Chronology
Preceded by Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco (as early evening newscast)
GMA Weekend Report (as weekend newscast)
External links
Website

24 Oras (24 Hours) is the flagship national network news broadcast of GMA Network. A nightly national newscast which airs in the Philippines and worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV. It is aired Weeknights at 18:30−19:40, Saturdays and Sundays 17:30−18:00 (PST). The newscast is simulcasted on radio through Super Radyo DZBB 594 kHz in Mega Manila and several of its regional Super Radyo stations nationwide.

History[edit]

24 Oras set as of February 21, 2011


24 Oras premiered on March 15, 2004 at 6:15pm, replacing Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco. Frontpage anchor Mel Tiangco was joined by Saksi's Mike Enriquez, rejoining them in one newscast since they co-anchored Saksi from 1996 to 1998. Special weekend editions are also being aired when it deemed necessary (See below).

On June 2004, along with Saksi, the show relaunched its studio set,[1] and graphics packages, and later in September 2004, the show was listed top 10. from the AGB Nielsen Ratings where, during that time, GMA Network gained the top ratings.

On December 1, 2005, the coverage by 24 Oras of a siege of Camp Bagong Diwa was mentioned in the best news program category in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore.[2]

The show relaunched in April 17, 2006 with a new graphics package, and a new set with floating large rear projection screens that allow the anchors to virtually "talk" to correspondents in live feeds, also the anchors are doing stand-up news delivery. The studio set was shared by Saksi during that time. PAGASA's Nathaniel Cruz anchors weather news during severe weather conditions.

On August 11, 2008, the show was relaunched again with a new set using LED, a new desk which is identical to the desk used by CBS Evening News, new graphics and titles; during that time, 24 Oras earned a new slogan "Tahanan ng Katotohanan", since it was the most-watched and critically acclaimed newscast. On April 2010, the show became the home of Vizrt Touchscreen system a real-time broadcast solutions system which is use in the YouScoop segment designed and developed by GMA New Media. On December 6, 2010, the news program updated its graphics. A day later, it updated its OBB and title card.

On February 21, 2011, along with Unang Hirit, Saksi, and GMA Flash Report, the newscast introduced a new studio set, new graphics, new theme, and new OBB. The new theme music is a remix of 24 Oras 2008-2011 theme music & an element of an opera voice, eventually it was developed in 2010, which was used only for the commercial.[citation needed] On October 10, 24 Oras updated only its graphics. The logo on the bottom left corner is now square and features: 24 Oras current logo, Facebook page, Twitter account and GMA News Online URL. The news ticker became shorter than February 2011 24 Oras news ticker. The news ticker of the late 2011 24 Oras shows the return of the time shown on the news ticker (the former is 2006-2011). The headlines at the right of the 24 oras logo is rectangular with the red line at the right of the headlines. This also use a new font Antique Olive on their graphics, replacing Myriad font, which use on other GMA newscast.

On June 4, 2012, 24 Oras launched its new weather segment titled I.M. Ready: GMA Weather (based on the advisory advertisement of the said title, and the branding of I.M. Ready).

On June 2013, 24 Oras introduce its augmented reality graphics, it was used only on the beginning of the show, however it was no longer used later on.

A notable coverage of GMA News called "Super Typhoon Yolanda", covering the devastating typhoon Haiyan (international name), won its 4th George Foster's Peabody Awards in 2014.

On November 10, 2014, Vicky Morales joined the 24 Oras team as it's third anchor, while Pia Arcangel leaves GMA News TV's Balitanghali to replace her. Also, GMA Regional newscasts for Bicol, Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Dagupan and Ilocos adopted the 24 Oras branding. All of this changes are answers to competition of its long-time rival, ABS-CBN's TV Patrol.[3][4]

Weekend edition[edit]

Before the launch of the weekend edition, 24 Oras occasionally appeared on weekends during special coverages (e.g. typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng, and the Maguindanao massacre) and the weekend before the elections instead of airing GMA Weekend Report or Flash Report Special Edition from 2004−07 which also anchored by Enriquez and Tiangco (So have been called Tutok:Eleksyon 2004/2007). Notable guest anchors (once appeared) for the special edition were Saksi anchors Arnold Clavio and Vicky Morales.

On February 21, 2010, the weekend edition of 24 Oras was launched, replacing GMA Weekend Report. Balitanghali anchor Pia Arcangel and Reporter's Notebook host Jiggy Manicad were the anchors of weekend edition. Unlike the weekday edition, one of the anchors narrate the headlines.

Regional newscasts[edit]

Luzon[edit]

Visayas[edit]

Mindanao[edit]

Anchors[edit]

Weekday edition[edit]

Weekend edition[edit]

Segment hosts[edit]

  • Pia Guanio (2004–present); Chika Minute
  • Lhar Santiago (2019-present); Chika Minute
  • Luanne Dy (2019-present); Chika Minute

Awards and recognition[edit]

New York Festivals
  • 2009 Winner, Gold World Medal for Coverage of an Ongoing Story[5]
  • 2009 Winner, Silver World Medal for Best Newscast[5]
US International Film and Video Festival
  • 2013 Certificate for Creative Excellence, Newscast category (Sendong tragedy)[6]
Asian Television Awards
  • 2005 Highly Commended, Best News Program (Camp Bagong Diwa Siege)
Telly Award
  • 2011 Bronze Telly Award, News/News Feature Category (Super Typhoon Juan)[7]
Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA)
  • 2011 Winner, Best News Program
  • 2010 Special Citation for Best News Program (Ondoy and Maguindanao Massacre Coverage)
  • 2007 Winner, Best News Program
  • 2004 Winner, Best News Program
ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards for Television
  • 2011 Winner, Outstanding News Program
PMPC Star Awards for Television
  • 2011 Winner, Best News Program
  • 2007 Winner, Best Female Newscaster (Mel Tiangco)[8]
  • 2006 Winner, Best News Program
USTv Student Choice Awards
  • 2012 Winner, Best Local News and Current Affairs Program:
  • 2011 Winner, Best Local News and Public Affairs Program
  • 2009 Winner, Best News Program
Gandingan: UPLB Isko't Iska's Broadcast Choice Awards
Gawad Tanglaw
  • 2012 Winner, Best News Program
  • 2011 Winner, Best News Program(tied up with TV Patrol)
  • 2009 Winner, Best News Program
Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Foundation Awards
Northwest Samar State University Annual Awards
  • 2013 Winner, Best News and Public Affairs Program
  • 2013 Winner, Mike Enriquez: Best News and Public Affairs Male Program Anchor
  • 2013 Winner, Mel Tiangco: Best News and Public Affairs Female Program Anchor
  • 2012 Winner, Best News and Public Affairs Program
  • 2012 Winner, Mike Enriquez: Best News and Public Affairs Male Program Anchor
PMAP Makatao Awards for Media Excellence
  • 2012 Winner, Best News Program
  • 2012 Winner, Mel Tiangco: Best TV Female Newscaster
National Academy of Television Arts & Science (Emmy Awards)
  • 2013 Winner, Best Documentary
George Foster Peabody Awards
  • 2014 Winner, Best News Coverage for "Super Typhoon Yolanda"; along with State of the Nation, Saksi, 24 Oras Weekend, & Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

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