Friday, April 20, 2012

DYAB Kapamilya Run 2012

You can download our registration form and view the official race map.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Monday, November 15, 2010

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Cebu Arhdiocese Revamped



Msgr. Jose Dosado is the new team moderator at the St. Joseph the Patriarch church in Barangay Mabolo, Cebu City.

Dosado’s previous assignment was as parish priest of St. Vicente Ferrer parish in Bogo City.

Dosado will be joined by Fr. Joselito Danao, who was assigned at the Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Basak, Mandaue City, and Fr. Constantino Navales Jr.

The new team ministry in Bogo City will be headed by Msgr. Isidro Ullamot with Fr. Divino Jurcales and Fr. Germaine Lecciones.

Msgr. Dennis Villarojo, the Archdiocesan Pastoral Planning Board coordinator, will be the team moderator at the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart parish in Barangay Capitol Site in Cebu City.

He will be joined by team members Felipe Diacosta and Mateo Maneja as well as parochial vicar and Cardinal Vidal’s personal secretary Fr. Expedito Torrevillas.

Fr. Ramil Limbaga will be at the San Nicolas Parish as resident with the special assignment of providing direction to the Neocatechumenate Movement in Cebu.

In Tuburan, Fr. Allan Trinidad will be the parochial vicar, but he will also be preparing the new parish in Barangay Colonia. He will be moved to the San Antonio Parish with Fr. Jacinto Rama. Fr. Riel Cantillas will be the parish priest at the San Antonio Parish in Putat, Tuburan town.

Msgr. Jose Montecillo will be the parish priest at the Archdiocesan shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The new parochial vicars are Frs. Bernard Oyao and Erwin Pelario.

At the San Isidro Labrador Parish, Msgr. Carlito Pono will be joined by a new parochial vicar, Fr. Wesley Noel.

Metro Cebu south parish assignments are Fr. Miguelito Sarmago (Mambaling), Fr. William Genelazo (Lipata, Minglanilla) and Fr. Ireneo Aronales (Naga).

In the southeast district, Fr. Judito Rosende will be a resident priest in San Fernando, while Fr. Joseph Gabriente will be a parochial vicar in Carcar City.

Santander town will have as pastors Frs. Loreto Jaque, William Saldo and Fulton Varga.

At the Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Barangay Basak, Mandaue City, the new team ministry is led by Fr. Reymilo Talaugon. He will be joined by Frs. Glenn Guanzon, Glad Niere and Jerome Yu.

Fr. Evan YbaƱez and Fr. Roy Bucag will move to the Nativity Parish in Barangay Canduman, Mandaue City.

The other north district assignments are Fr. Ignacio Enanoria and Fr. Ian de los Santos (Danao City), Fr. Romeo Narca (Maslog) and Fr. Manuel Tan (Medellin).

Monday, January 18, 2010

Sinulog 2010 Winners


Sinulog-Based Category

1st: Tribu Sinanduloy – Tangub City

2nd: Abellana National School

3rd: Silaw Culture and Arts – Carcar National High School

4th: Barangay Lahug Cebu City

5th: Don Sergio Memorial National High School

Best in Costume

Silaw Culture and Arts – Carcar National High School

Free Interpretation Category

1st: Tribu Himag-Ulaw Placer Masbate

2nd: Lumad Basakanon – Basak San Nicolas Cebu City

3rd: Pinta Flores – San Carlos City

4th: The Land of Beauty and Bounty – Lanao del Norte

5th: Tribu Mabolokon – Mabolo Elementary School

Best in Costume

Pinta Flores – San Carlos City

Street Dancing Category

1st: Tribu Sinanduloy – Tangub City

2nd: Lumad Basakanon – Basak San Nicolas Cebu City

3rd: The Land of Beauty and Bounty – Lanao del Norte

Saturday, January 16, 2010

DYAB Cebu Covers Sinulog 2010


DYAB Cebu covers Sinulog 2010 non-stop for 20 hours on January 17, 2010:
  • 4:00 a.m. - Mananita Mass (Pilgrim Center in Basilica del Sto. Nino, with live video which can be seen at the DYAB Sinulog Live Stream;
  • 6:00 a.m. - Pontifical Mass with Cardinal Vidal (with live video, simulcast with Channel 3);
  • 7:30 a.m. - Sinulog Grand Parade assembly and preparations;
  • 9:00 a.m. - Sinulog 2010 Grand Parade starts;
  • 6:00 p.m. - Sinulog 2010 Grand Parade ends;
  • 6:30 p.m. - Sinulog 2010 Grand Finale;
  • 7:00 p.m. - Sinulog Fireworks (Cebu City Sports Center); and
  • 12 midnight - Sinulog 2010 Judging results revealed.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

May 10, 2010 Elections Guidelines


Comelec General Instructions for the May 10, 2010 Elections

PCOS Machine


PCOS (Precinct Count Optical Scan) Machine that will be used in the May 2010 elections

Saturday, January 09, 2010

Gozos: Batobalani sa Gugma

Pit Senyor, Kapamilya!

Friday, January 01, 2010

Comelec: May 10 Elections Guidelines



Tasks of the voters:

  • Upon arriving at the precinct, a voter should look for his or her name at the PCVL near the door of the voting center to determine his or her precinct number and sequence number. The voter will be instructed to give these pieces of information to the BEIs together with other personal information.
  • After his or her identity is verified, the name of the voter will be read out loud to give chance for any contention. If uncontested, he or she will be given a ballot by the BEI chairman – only upon ensuring that the said voter has yet to cast his or her vote in another precinct.
  • The voter will be instructed to fill out his or her ballot using a secrecy folder and a marking pen provided by the Comelec. He or she must fill out the ballot by fully shading at least 50 percent of the oval beside the names of the candidates and party-list group of his or her choice.
  • He or she must then approach the PCOS, insert his or her ballot in the poll machine's entry slot and wait until the ballot is dropped into the semi-transparent ballot box. If the ballot is rejected, the BEI will allow for another re-entry, but if rejected again, the voter will not be issued a replacement ballot.
  • After that, the voter is expected to return the secrecy folder and marking pen to the BEI chairman.
  • The BEI chairman will in turn apply indelible ink at the base and extend it to the cuticle of the right forefinger nail of the voter, who will then be instructed to affix his or her thumbmark in the space in the Election Day Computerized Voters List (EDCVL).


After the voting
  • The BEI chairman will record the quantity of unused ballots, which will be torn in half lengthwise. One half will be given to the election officer for safekeeping while the other half will be placed in a compartment of the ballot box.
  • The BEIs will then close the voting by entering several codes into the poll machine, which will make the PCOS unit print eight copies of the election returns for national positions and another eight for local positions.
  • The BEI chairman will publicly announce the total number of votes received by each candidate, which will also be posted on a wall within the polling place. After 48 hours, he or she will take the list and keep it in his or her custody.
  • On the other hand, the PCOS unit will transmit the election reports using a transmission cable and a modem. If successful, the reports will be transmitted to other precincts, the Comelec mainframe, its other offices, and other stakeholders.
  • After transmission, the poll machine will print 22 more copies of the election returns, a copy of the audit log report, and a copy of the statistical report.
Where do the votes go?
  • The Comelec said that the eight initial copies of election returns will be sealed, placed in an envelope and sealed again.
  • The poll body said that the election returns will be distributed to the city or municipal board of canvassers, Congress, Comelec, four accredited citizens' arm, dominant majority and minority parties, ballot box, 10 accredited national parties aside from the first two, two accredited major local parties, four national broadcast or print media entities, two local media outfits, and one to be posted on a wall within the polling place.
  • Upon termination of the counting of votes at the precinct level, the BEI shall place inside the ballot box the sealed envelopes containing the election returns, minutes, and half-torn and rejected ballots.
  • The ballot box will be locked with four locks, one of which is self-locking and is serially numbered. The keys to the three other padlocks, on the other hand, will be placed in separate envelopes that are to be sealed and signed by the BEIs.
  • Meanwhile, the PCOS will be turned over to the support technician in the voting center.

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Year, Kapamilya!


Malipayong Bag-ong Tuig, Kapamilya!!!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Kapamilya Gardening Web Log

We have put up the Kapamilya Backyard Gardening Project Blog to host the reference materials discussed during the gardening seminars series in the TV Barn of the ABS-CBN Regional Broadcast Complex, North Road, Jagobiao, Mandaue City.  

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Talk to DYAB thru Google Talk

After surveying several applications, we've decided that Google Talk is the simplest, easiest, fastest and most user-friendly in interacting with any of DYAB's programs. Please consider the following advantages:

  • All you need is a PC with a microphone (or a headset) to start recording;
    The recording is automatically sent to the Google servers, the most powerful in the world, without burdening your hard disk;
  • You can record at anytime of the day (even hours or days before the actual airing) and from anywhere in the world and DYAB will receive your recording thru GMail where it can be instantly readied for airing;
  • The recorded message can be played by the recipient (DYAB) over any of its programs without downloading the file because GMail has a stable built-in MP3 player; and
  • The recorded material can be kept and archived within GMail (which has a generous free space of 7.3 gigabytes and counting) or uploaded to websites and web logs so they can be listened to or downloaded by more people.

How do you avail of Google Talk's free services?

  • Create a GMail account (it's much easier than Yahoo, almost as quick as Facebook) by clicking this link;
  • Download Google Talk (don't worry, it's a very light application and the installation is very quick) from here;
  • Install Google Talk and sign in using your GMail user name and password;
  • Add dyab1512 in the contact box and from the dropdown menu click "Invite to Chat";
  • Now, you're ready to record, hover your mouse over dyab1512, a menu box will appear, click "Send Voicemail";
  • A female voice will tell you that... "the party you're calling is unavailable, please leave a message after the beep...";
  • After her beep, start recording (you cannot preview your recording, so prepare your mic before clicking "Send Voicemail");
  • After recording, click "End Recording" and your message will automatically be forwarded to the Google servers and will appear in our dyab1512@gmail.com account as an email attachment; and
  • You're recording is now ready for airing over DYAB.

That's it, you're set. Hope to hear from you over DYAB soon!

Saturday, November 29, 2008

DYAB Cebu Live Webcast

     We would like to invite you to view and listen to the DYAB Cebu Live Webcast by clicking this link.
     If you find the webcast worth checking out, please forward tell your Kapamilyas who are working or living in other countries and other parts of the Philippines and cannot access DYAB Cebu through the AM Band.
     We encourage you to give us your views on the news and issues as well us your suggestions on how we can serve you better.  You can send us instant messages to:
  1. Yahoo Messenger:  dyab1512@yahoo.com
  2. Google Talk or GMail Chat:  dyab1512@gmail.com
  3. MSN Messenger:  dyab1512@hotmail.com
  4. Skype:  dyab1512

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

DYAB Cebu Live Audio Stream

HOW TO JOIN THE DYAB SKYPECAST:

If you don't have Skype yet, do the following:

If you have a Skype account, do the following:

  • Click this link: http://tinyurl.com/dyabcebu;
  • Click the "Join this Skypecast" button; and
  • When your Skype application opens and the audio stream of DYAB Cebu comes alive, please click the "Just Listen" button.

The DYAB Skypecast is not the traditional one-way audio stream, you can talk back and interact with the program anchors. All you need is a microphone.

We encourage you to take part of the DYAB programs. Please send us a chat through Skype to express your willingness to talk on air. Please include your location so we can acknowledge you properly.

Hoping to hear from you on DYAB Skypecast soon!

Thursday, August 07, 2008

DYAB Skypecast


Please tell your Kapamilyas abroad and in areas where DYAB's signal is not as strong that they can now listen to DYAB's programs on the Internet thru our DYAB Skypecast.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Complete List of New Nurses


Here is the complete list of those who passed the Nursing Licensure Examination in June 2008.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

MV Princess of the Stars Passengers, Survivors, Casualties and Crew Members

These are the updated lists of survivors, casualties, passengers and crew members of the MV Princess of the Stars:
We have also uploaded the pictures of some of the missing passengers. You can view them here.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Princess of the Stars Update: 59 Survived, 15 Dead, 800 Feared Dead


Princess of the Stars survivors

Survivor Oniel Lubguban

Survivor Jonathan Pendon

Part of the bottom of the sunken MV Princess of the Stars is seen off Sibuyan island in Romblon. (Coast Guard Photo)

Renato Lanurias, a survivor from the Princess of the Stars, is assisted by PAF Chief, Lt. Gen Pedrito Cadungog, as he alights from a PAF chopper at the Villamor Air Base.
Survivors Minerva Torremocha, Susan Lisbon and Richie Tayongtong in Quezon Memorial Hospital in Lucena City. More Details