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Anak TV honors child-friendly TV programs and stars

/ 01:50 AM February 13, 2016

Anak TV will honor this February the choices made by thousands of Filipino jurors after a year-long assessment of television programs. The association of TV networks will also recognize personalities selected as worthy of emulation by children by inducting them into the Roster of Makabata Stars.

The iconic seal on Philippine television, Anak TV, is bestowed by parents, teachers, NGOs and other sectors of society on television programs which, in their estimate, are wholesome and child-safe. It is a seal not found anywhere else in the world, Anak TV being a movement that flourishes only in the Philippines.

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A total of 123 programs were declared family-firendly after nine months of  tedious and thorough evaluation covering several screening sessions nationwide. INC TV leads the winners by taking home 23 seals.  ABS-CBN national and regional stations takes home 20 seals; Net 25 receives 17; GMA News TV and GMA Network receive a total of 21. UNTV receives 16, Light Network receives 11, PTV brings home 10, while TV 5 gets 5.

To be elevated into the Makabata Hall of Fame are Ted Failon, Kim Atienza, Kim Chiu and Toni Gonzaga, for having consistently topped annual surveys for the past eight years. They join Gary Valenciano, Mike Enriquez, Mel Tiangco, Julius Babao, Korina Sanchez, Jessica Soho, Sarah Geronimo, Bernadette Sembrano, Angel Locsin and Karen Davila.

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The annual Boto Ko ‘To survey winners will be feted by broadcast colleagues, media and NGOs cheering the awardees. Selected this year by the national jury as the most “credible, wholesome and worth emulating by the youth” are (male) Boy Abunda, Atom Araullo, Drew Arellano, Dingdong Dantes, Noli de Castro, Enrique Gil, Luis Manzano, Coco Martin, Vhong Navarro, James Reid, Alden Richards, Vic Sotto, and Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle;

(Female) Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, Kathryn Bernardo, Kara David, Alex Gonzaga, Maine Mendoza, Vicky Morales, Sen. Grace Poe, Marian Rivera, Lea Salonga, Janella Salvador, Sen. Miriam Santiago, Charo Santos, Liza Soberano. and Jodi Sta. Maria.

A major sidebar of the event is the formal induction of the 11 colleges and universities, which comprise Anak TV’s first batch of academic partners.

The programs bestowed the Anak TV Seal for 2015 are:

ABS-CBN

“Agri Tayo Dito”; “Cedie”; “Dog of Flanders”; “Dream Dad”; “MagTV Na” (Cebu); “MagTV Na, Amiga” (Bacolod); “MagTV Na, Asenso Ta” (CDO); “MagTV na, Atin To” (Baguio); “MagTV Na, De Aton Este” (Zamboanga); “MagTV Na, Mag Negosyo Ta” (Davao); “MagTV Na, Oragon” (Naga); “Marcelino Pan Y Vino”; “Matanglawin”; “Naimbag Nga Morning Kapamilya”; “Oh My G!”; “Princess Sarah”; “Remi”; “Salamat Dok”; “Superbook Reimagined”; “Wansapanataym”

PTV

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“Asean”; “Biyaheng Langit”; “GSIS Members’ Hour”; “Kahanga-hangang Pilipinas”; “Kasangga Mo Ang Langit”; “Of Churches and Harmonies”; “Oras ng Himala”; “Signs and Wonders”; “The Doctor Is In”; “The Veronica Chronicles”

TV 5

“Happy Wife, Happy Life”; “Healing Galing”; “Hi-5”; “Lola Basyang”; “Power to Unite”

GMA Network

“Aha!”; “Alamat”; “Born To Be Wild”; “Del Monte Kitchenomics”; “I-Bilib”; “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho”; “Let’s Fiesta”; “Pari Koy”; “Pepito Manaloto”; “Pinoy MD”; “Sarap Diva”; “Sarap with Family”; “Tropang Potchi”; “Wish Ko Lang”

GMA News TV

“Ang Pinaka”; “Biyahe ni Drew”; “Good News”;

“I Juander”; “Idol sa Kusina”; “Just 4 Kids”; “PopTalk”

Net 25

“Aprub”; “Convergence”; “Drive It”; “Eagle News International”; “Global 3000”; “In Focus”; “In Good Shape”; “Journal News”; “Klima ng Pagbabago”; “Landmarks”; “Letters and Music”; “Moments”; “Responde”; “Session on 25th Street”; “The Break Room”; “Tomorrow Today”; “Tribe”

Light Network

“Adyenda”; “Diyos at Bayan”; “I Love Pinas”; “Lifegiver”; “Light Up”; “Midnight Prayer Helps”; “Pisobilities”; “PJM Forum”; “Solemn Sessions”; “This Is My Story, This Is My Song”; “Tiny Kitchen.”

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