The powerhouse team of respected and seasoned news anchors Ces Orena-Drilon, Karen Davila, Julius Babao, together with ABS-CBN’s credible pool of multimedia reporters will now deliver a 40-minute broadcast of the day’s most important local and international news stories. They will now be joined by Boy Abunda, who will report on the latest news on entertainment, lifestyle, culture and arts.
Viewers in the Philippines can watch “Bandila” online on-demand by logging on to bandila.abs-cbnnews.com few hours after its live broadcast. They can participate actively by posting their reactions on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook or send their thoughts via text messaging.
ABS-CBN’s multimedia journalists are among the country’s most active news anchors and reporters on Twitter, wherein Ces, Julius, and Karen are among the top five most followed journalists in the country today.
“Bandila” itself has gained recognition in local and international circles, including an International Emmy nomination for its coverage of the Subic Rape case in 2008.
For news that matters to every Filipino, don’t miss the stronger and more extensive reportage of “Bandila,” now airing at an earlier time after “Pure Love,” weekinights on ABS-CBN.