Apr 17
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Sembrano hosts public service segment "Hulog ng Langit"

Author: ABS-CBNNews.com
Column: Entertainment

Television and radio ANChor Bernadette Sembrano is now the new face of ABS-CBN News and Current Affair's public service efforts, by hosting the newest segment called "Hulog ng Langit" on "TV Patrol World" and "Umagang Kay Ganda."

After her hit program "Nagmamahal Kapamilya," Sembrano returns to the public service realm with this segment that aims to serve the less fortunate.

"There are a lot of people out there in need of help and there are also a lot of people who are willing to help. That's why "Hulog ng Langit" will serve as a vehicle that will connect donors and those in need, " Sembrano said.

The decision to make her host the public service segment was unanimous because of her image as a nurturing and compassionate journalist and TV host.

"Bernadette has always been sincere and charismatic to the public. She is known to be a woman with a very big heart and to help those in need which makes her a perfect fit," said ABS-CBN Head of Current Affairs and News Production Luchi Cruz-Valdez.

Hulog ng Langit started airing Monday. It featured the case of Baby Raiza who needs to undergo a very sensitive operation in order to remove what seems to be a an undeveloped twin brother connected to her lower back.

Due to the lack of facilities in Magsaysay District Hospital in Quezon province, "Hulog ng Langit" brought Baby Raiza to the Philippine Children's Medical Center to undergo further tests.

Sembrano joins "TV Patrol World" ANChors Karen Davila, Julius Babao and Ted Failon two to three times a week along with other segment hosts like Kim Atienza and Phoemela Barranda.

The segment will also air on "Umagang Kay Ganda" and will be carried across all platforms including ANC - in their newscasts and plugs - as well as online platform ABS-CBNNEWS.com.

Watch Hulog ng Langit weekday mornings in "Umagang Kay Ganda" and on primetime in "TV Patrol World" to be able to help people like Baby Raiza.

For your donations, you can call 415-7887 or 415-2272 local 5409.

Source: ABS-CBN News