Daniel Razon’s Voice Gives Relief to Noisy Current Filipino TV Practice

[Photo from: http://danielrazon.com/en/news/1007221704/]

I braved myself to go online and to browse news today. Why “braved”? It’s because I had enough of horrible quake stories the previous week. But now I was surprised finding myself otherwise.

This post has made me realize some good points today —

“Empathetic

We also like the fact that Daniel Razon can now be seen on TV, after a rather long hiatus. He may not be on a “major” channel, but his amiable, reasonable and sincerely empathetic announcing and hosting style is a relief after all those loud, livid and self-absorbed “news and views” personalities out there who make local TV such a clangorous three-ring circus.” (Excerpts from Inquirer Showbiz & Style 03/27/2011 – Comebacks contagious, Nestor Torre)

Mr. Daniel Razon,  CEO of UNTV station has been spearheading its ‘Public Service’ effort which is remarkably touching lives of so many people.

    Photo from http://danielrazon.com/en/news/1007221704/

  • Tulong Muna Bago Balita (Aid First Before News) – UNTV offers an aid to accident victims before collecting info. to come up with news.
  • Dunong Gulong Mobile School – Buses that go to remote places to educate fellow citizens who cannot afford to go to school.
  • UNTV Tree-Planting – Environmental concern manifests in the TV station’s initiative on planting trees.
  • Isang Araw Lang Campaign (Just One Day) – Rendering Public Service in a day: cleaning river, run for a cause (free education), feeding program, free clinic
  • Libreng Sakay (Free ride on bus/jeep/ship/airplane/MRT for Senior Citizens)
  • Free Legal Service
  • Free Medical Service
  • Free Education
  • Human Rights Advocacy
  • Munting Pangarap (granting Small Dreams)

Click on these links for details:

http://www.untvweb.com/en/advocacy.html

http://danielrazon.com/en/works/

UNTV might not be considered a “major” channel during this time. But the effort they exert in promoting the advocacy to serve the public seems to be really unstoppable.

Big things are really out of small things.

More power to Mr. Daniel Razon and UNTV team!

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7 thoughts on “Daniel Razon’s Voice Gives Relief to Noisy Current Filipino TV Practice

  1. I HOPE SOMEBODY WILL ELECT OR ENDORSE THE THINGS THAT BRO. DANIEL RAZON HAS DONE TO THE PROMOTER OF CNN HEROES IN OUR TIME, THOSE ADVOCACIES THAT BRO. DANIEL RAZON HAS DONE IS WORTH IMITATED BY BROADCAST MEDIA MOGULS WHOSE ONLY PURPOSE IS TO EARN MONEY, SO AS THAT PUBLIC SERVICE WILL BE CORE BUSINESS AND NOT ALL MONEY.

  2. This should set an example to other media channels instead on gaining and aiming for popularity, biting at each other and competing who’s the best. Let’s admit it, majority of our people are poor. Instead of implanting wrong beliefs and extravagant way of life, they should focus on WHAT IS THE CONDITION OF OUR COUNTRY NOW! The reality that majority needs help and those who are in authority is not doing anything to end it.

  3. @Jose It really feels good to bring back the glory to whom it is due. Heartfelt thanks to Him that works on Kuya Daniel and every person to execute goodwill.

  4. @bhing I hope so too. That was the best imitation one can do, imitate the works of a sincere philanthropist like Kuya Daniel. He consistently works to reach out to people. What he does is truly inspiring!

  5. @Anne Agree. I remember words from Kuya Daniel, “Don’t be like those who are blinded by ambitions,taking the path that leads to perdition,be very careful and wise in making decisions.”

    [http://bit.ly/gK4qVy | Sat Feb 27 2010 18:57:02 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time) via web]

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