ABS-CBN Sports

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ABS-CBN Sports
Launched1998 (1998)
Division ofABS-CBN Narrowcast
Country of originPhilippines
OwnerABS-CBN Corporation
Key people
  • Dino Laurena, ABS-CBN Integrated Sports Head
  • Peter Musngi, Vice president, Integrated Sports Division
HeadquartersQuezon City
Major broadcasting contracts
  • MPBL
  • UAAP, NBA on free TV, Philippines national football team, Nonito Donaire Fights, Top Rank, ALA Promotions boxing matches, among others
Sister network
FormatSports
Official websiteOpisyal na website

Ang ABS-CBN Sports ay ang sports division ng Philippine media conglomerate na ABS-CBN Corporation, na nagpapalabas ng ilan sa mga kilalang kaganapan sa palakasan sa Pilipinas.

Nagsimula ang ABS-CBN Sports noong 1998 bilang pangunahing tagapagbalita para sa network-backed basketball liga na Metropolitan Basketball Association na nagpakilala sa home-and-away play format sa tanawin ng basketball sa Pilipinas. Kasabay nito (ilang sandali bago bumagsak ang MBA), nakuha nito ang mga karapatan sa pag-broadcast sa University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) at National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) (NCAA) na mga liga sa basketball sa basketball, na nagpatibay sa mga rating ng Studio 23 at sa sa parehong oras ay nakahanay pa patungo sa itinuro ng nasabing channel sa kabataan. Dahil sa Scoreboard ay napakaraming Sponsor at Replay Sponsor ay maraming bawat laro para sa Pera.

Pinapalitan din ng ABS-CBN Sports ang mga nilalaman ng isang sports channel na ABS-CBN Sports + Action at Balls.

Program line-up[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Current programs[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Past programs & notable coverage[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  • Metropolitan Basketball Association Games
  • 2001 SEABA Basketball Championship (Aired on PTV-4)
  • The 1st PBA DLSU vs. PBA ADMU Game
  • 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup (on Balls and Studio 23)
  • 2010 FIFA World Cup (on Balls and Studio 23)
  • Philippine Basketball League Games
  • Morales-Pacquiao Trilogy Parts II and III
  • World Pool Championship 2007
  • Sports Report (10-minute sports roundup aired on Studio 23; before and after the collegiate games)
  • Sports TV (sports talk show aired on Studio 23)
  • Road to Johannesburg
  • Wild Card
  • 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup
  • 2011 Southeast Asian Games (together with Sports5, TV5's sports division)
  • NCAA Games (2002-2011, moved to Sports5, TV5's sports division)

Sports broadcasters[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Current on-air staff[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  • Mike Abasolo (NCAA commentator)
  • Marco Benitez (UAAP commentator)
  • Pia Boren (Samsung NCAA Hoops host, ABS-CBN sports courtside reporter)
  • Dyan Castillejo-Garcia (Sports Unlimited host, ABS-CBN & ANC Sports reporter)
  • Andrei Felix (Samsung NCAA Hoops host, NCAA presenter)
  • Gretchen Fullido (HardBall replacement host)
  • Boom Gonzales (UAAP Lead Play by Play, ABS-CBN News & ANC alternate anchor)
  • Allan Gregorio (NCAA commentator)
  • Bob Guerrero (Football commentator, Billiards/Pool commentator) (Currently freelancing.)
  • Darren Hartmann (Football commentator)
  • TJ Manotoc (UAAP Lead Analyst, ABS-CBN news & ANC Sports reporter)
  • Mark Molina (UAAP Play by Play)
  • Ronnie Nathanielsz (Boxing commentator)
  • Toff Rada (NCAA presenter)
  • Jude Roque (NCAA commentator)
  • Anton Roxas (NCAA presenter, UAAP presenter)
  • Boyet Sison (HardBall host, NCAA presenter & current Philippine Basketball Association announcer )
  • Chris Soler (NCAA commentator)
  • Eric Tipan (UAAP Play by Play)
  • Bill Velasco (HardBall host, ANC news anchor)
  • Sid Ventura (UAAP commentator)
  • Atty. Ed Tolentino (boxing commentator)
  • Tonichi Yturri (NCAA commentator) & (current *Assistant coach of De La Salle Green Archers)
  • Phoemela Baranda (NCAA & UAAP presenter)
  • Randy Sacdalan (UAAP commentator)

On-air guests[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  • Ian Laurel (UAAP Volleyball Commentator)
  • Mozzy Ravena (UAAP Volleyball Commentator)
  • Anne Remulla (UAAP Volleyball Commentator)

Past on-air staff[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  • Pia Arcangel
  • Mico Halili
  • Ira Panganiban
  • Jinno Rufino
  • Alex Santos
  • Jude Turcuato
  • Bobby Yan
  • Manny Dandan
  • Danny Francisco
  • Trish Chiongbian
  • Pal Marquez
  • Sharon Yu
  • Chiqui Roa-Puno
  • Aaron Atayde
  • Chinggay Andrada
  • Sev Sarmenta
  • George Rocha
  • Cesca Litton
  • Hazel Aguilon
  • Rheena Villamor
  • Micky Deles
  • Ryan Gregorio
  • Tracy Abad
  • Ronnie Magsanoc
  • Butch Maniego

Tignan din[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

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