Sunday, July 13, 2014

Mindanao TV programming turns a new leaf with iSYU&iSTORYA

There will never be a shortage of Mindanao stories to last one's lifetime. As a Mindanaoan myself, I feel overwhelmed, in fact, where to begin so that Filipinos in general get to appreciate this jewel in our geography even more. As we prepare to finally launch a program that is primarily about and exclusively on Mindanao, we look back at our biggest stories and features in all of GMA's Mindanao-based programs not because we want to show them again. We looked back at our past and current stock because we wanted to offer something new, something never done or featured before, something very Mindanao...essentially something that will make every Mindanaoan not only aware of what is happening around him but also proud of what he has or what he is. For July 19, see former Davao Mayor Inday Sara Duterte in another light-- a daycare teacher! Learn Lumad lingo in interesting vignettes. See more of Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental's best-kept secrets. And of course, get a hold of tips on how to cook goat meat, the Mindanaoan way. So now, we encourage our viewers to be storytellers and chroniclers of this beautiful land-- so that someday soon, we will achieve lasting, sustainable peace, understanding and progress --- aided by our unique Mindanao stories.(Cel Rosales-Amores)

1 comment:

  1. The best documentary and educational show for students who want to explore and learn all about the fascinating things in Mindanao. I hope that you will continue to show all the interesting things here in Mindanao, because of this show I am truly proud to be a Mindanaoan. More power and Godspeed.