GMA Network pays homage to its roots while embracing the future in its new station ID (SID) airing tonight after 24 Oras.
As a tribute to its beloved viewers, GMA proudly presents its new SID dubbed, “Buong Puso para sa Kapuso,” featuring moments in GMA Network’s history and personalities (past and present) that have touched Filipinos’ lives for decades.
The SID shows the Network’s journey from a small radio station founded by Robert “Uncle Bob” Stewart to one of the country’s most respected, most trusted, and recognized media network.
Moreover, it highlights what being a Kapuso truly means—pouring your whole heart into everything you do for the people you love because they deserve nothing less.
“We celebrate our success story and our shared values with our viewers who have been with us through the years. I hope our story serves as an inspiration to every Filipino striving to succeed in life and provide a better future for the people they love,” said GMA Network Chairman and CEO Felipe L. Gozon.
Also making the SID more colorful are the biggest Kapuso celebrities and the Network’s employees who came together and took part in the production of the SID, wearing vibrant outfits and beaming with smiles.
Internationally acclaimed broadcast journalist Jessica Soho takes to heart the true essence of being a Kapuso. “Bilang Kapuso, isinabubuhay namin ang aming panatang magbigay ng tapat na balita at impormasyon sa ngalan ng Serbisyong Totoo,” said the seasoned broadcast journalist.
Kapuso Primetime King Dingdong Dantes shared why he does everything for the viewers. “That’s the essence of being a Kapuso, ‘yung pagpapakita ng warmth sa isa’t isa. It only happens once and we all do it for the viewers,” Dingdong said.
Primetime Queen Marian Rivera, on the other hand, showed appreciation for the time she spent together with her fellow artists. “Ang saya na makita ko muli ang mga kapwa ko artista na nagsama-sama para sa mga Kapuso natin,” Marian said.
Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez shared her experience in recording the SID jingle with new Kapuso talents. “I am always excited to sing with other artists. I am flattered how these young talents look up to me,” Regine said.
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