Turn the music up as KDR Music House launches on Sept. 17

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 17, 2021   •   140

MANILA, Philippines—Breakthrough and Milestones Productions International (BMPI), the company behind the iconic Wish 107.5 Bus, will launch its own music publishing house on September 17.

The KDR Music House is set bring more life to your listening experience. Set to launch on Friday, the KDR Music House will release its debut album entitled ‘Loving You’ on Spotify.

The album will feature 12 songs from talented artists including the Wishfuls namely, Princess Sevillena, Carmi Ariola, Kimberly Baluzo, Louie Ann Culala, and Rhea Basco.

Other artists include 15-year-old singing star Elisha Pontanares, modern rock group Splendio Tritus, singer-songwriter Gherns Calina, and Jheorge Normandia.

The album is co-produced by musical director Adonis Tabanda. AAC

The Wishfuls’ virtual concert trends on social media

Aileen Cerrudo   •   October 26, 2020

The Wishfuls virutal OPM concert made it to the number two spot of trending items on Twitter on Sunday (October 25).

Fans witnessed “The Wishfuls: OPM Live”, an OPM music party online filled with outstanding performances by Princess Sevillena, Louie Anne Culala, Kimberly Baluzo, Carmi Arriola, Ace Bartolome, and Rhea Basco.

The virtual concert was a celebration of the OPM industry’s resilience in the face of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The event also gave recognition to composers of OPM hits and all-time favorite Filipino love songs.

Record producer and composer Venhee Saturno was among the celebrated composers. He is the man behind hits songs “Be My Lady” sang by Martin Nievera, Ariel Rivera’s “Sana Kahit Minsan”, “Bakit Pa” sang by Jessa Zaragosa, and Jaya’s “Wala Na Bang Pagibig”. AAC (with reports from Mirasol Abogadil)

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Rescue groups gear up for first-ever UNTV Rescue competition

admin   •   June 22, 2018

 

MANILA, Philippines — For the third time, UNTV will hold a rescue summit to be participated by rescuers from different regions in the country.

The summit this July 11 will be different as it will open a competition for the most skilled and fastest-rescue teams that can respond to various scenarios, especially the Big One or a major earthquake.

“Kung dito nga naman mangyayari yun (major earthquake), we cannot expect na taga-dito pa rin. Tayo-tayo pa rin ang magtutulungan regarding that. We have to depend on the help from outside,” said BMPI-UNTV  Vice President for admin and external affairs Gerry Panghulan.

(If the ‘Big One’ hits us, we cannot expect help to come from here also. We have to help each other regarding that. We have to depend on help from outside.)

UNTV Rescue Summit is among the public service projects spearheaded by BMPI-UNTV President and CEO Daniel Razon, who also pioneered the rescue training effort for its news reporters and personnel.

Major cash prizes await the winning rescue groups apart from the experience and opportunity to improve their abilities.

“Alam mo naman si Kuya Daniel pag nag-isip ng proyekto lagi gusto niya kasi ma-improve ang capabilities ng mga team na sasali para sa kanila rin,” said Panghulan.

(You know how Kuya Daniel thinks. When he comes up with a project, he wants to make sure that the capabilities of participating teams will also improve. It’s for their own good.)

But even without monetary incentives, participating rescue teams view the event as essential in enhancing their skills and knowledge in saving lives.

“Kasi dito, hindi po ang kompetisyon ang tinitignan naming kundi yung mga natutunan po namin. Mas marami kami natutunan tsaka yung camaraderie na nakikilala namin mga kapwa namin rescuers. Mas mabilis response namin,” said PDRRMO Nueva Vizcaya training head  Jennelyn Hernandez.

(We’re not looking to win the competition but rather what we can learn from it. We learn a lot and we enjoy the  camaraderie as we get to know our fellow rescuers.  We respond faster now.)

“Napakahalaga ng ginagawa ng UNTV ngayon lalo na sa aming mga responders upang mas lalo kami matuto o di kaya’y mas lalo kaming maging ready pagdumating ang the Big One,” said PDRRMO Isabela training head Robert Umoso.

(UNTV’s initiatives are so valuable especially in training responders to be more alert when the Big One comes.)  — Mon Jocson | UNTV News & Rescue

 

 

 

 

Ang Dating Daan’s Bro. Eli celebrates 71st birthday

admin   •   April 4, 2018

It was on April 4, 1947, when the world was blessed with a Brother Eli Soriano.

Brother Eli has been well-known for hosting the religious program “Ang Dating Daan” or “The Old Path”.

On Wednesday, Brother Eli celebrated his 71st birthday.

Netizens filled social media with greetings for the international televangelist.

On a special day, #BroEliThankfulAt71 started trending at 9 am and later reached the top spot on Twitter Philippines’ trends.

Netizens shared through tweets and posts how grateful they are to know Brother Eli.

Some also voiced out their wishes to the birthday celebrator while others dedicated a song to him.

Some also happily shared their unforgettable moments with Brother Eli.

The whole UNTV and Breakthrough and Milestones Production International (BMPI) family also greeted the well-loved preacher. — Leslie Longboen | UNTV News and Rescue

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