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Kasikas sa Barangay May 24, 2014

Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Archdiocese of Cebu, Cebu, Communications Ministry, Politics.
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Kasikas sa Barangay

Kasikas sa Barangay

Kasikas sa Barangay

9:00AM-10:00 AM (Mon-Sat)

Synopsis:

Kasikas sa Barangay presents not just the barangays of Cebu City but ALL the barangays of the 44 municipalities comprising Cebu province and the other 7 cities of the province. This is our way of helping all the Cebuanos increase their knowledge about almost every corner of our province. It wells out the story of each barangay: inception, location, land area, population, and means of livelihood, programs and challenges with special emphasis on education and health services. It is an interview type of program where the anchor engages the barangay captain of the chosen locality accompanied by two of his councilors. This is also open for interaction from listeners specifically from the residents and other barangays as well through phone calls and text messages.

 

This program is anchored by Frank Benedicto (former Barangay Captain) and Manolito Languido (Barangay Kagawad).

 

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

 

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

 

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

 

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

Kasikas sa Barangay at DYRF

DYRF is a commercial radio station owned by the Divine Word Missionaries (SVD) in the Philippines SVD South. It has been on air since 1968. In as much it is owned by our religious order, represented by the Word Broadcasting Corporation, it has intertwined its programs with Christian values.  We have just acquired a powerful 12 kilowatt Nautel digital transmitter.  With the advent of this top of the line transmitter, our  coverage has greatly amplified.  We have enveloped totally the whole Cebu province with our broadcast. To date we are also  constantly receiving text messages and calls from listeners  coming from various towns in Bohol, Ormoc, Leyte,  Negros  Oriental and Occidental, Surigao del Norte, Siquijor, Zamboanga del Norte, Davao Agusan del Norte, Compostela Valley Province, etc.  And indeed we are excited even  as we celebrate  this latest development!

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