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  • Filipinos around the world are at the heart of the 15th anniversary station I.D. of The Filipino Channel (TFC). Featuring vo­cal performances from Charice Pempeng­co and Billy Crawford, the new station I.D. “Dahil Tayo’y Filipino,” shares ABS-CBN Global’s message of hope to millions of Pi­noys worldwide.TFCAs the singing phenomenon that cap­tured the hearts of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and mainstream America, Charice Pempengco lends her voice to inspire other Filipinos with her story of tri­umphs and humble beginnings. Another international singing sensation, Billy Craw­ford, who made his mark across Europe, Asia and the US, mixes in a contemporary rendition in the song. Charice’s ethereal ballad and Billy’s hip-hop style blend to em­bolden in every Filipino overseas his deter­mination, resiliency, and courage through difficult times.

    ABS-CBN Global dedicates TFC’s new station ID to the Global Pinoys as part of its mission to empower and rekindle national pride in them. It underscores its commit­ment of providing the most innovative prod­ucts and services to bring Pinoys overseas closer to home, making every kababayan also a kapamilya. “Dahil Tayo’y Filipino” is a reminder that ABS-CBN Global remains in the service of Filipinos wherever they may be.

    A talented team brought this vision to life in TFC’s 15th anniversary station I.D. Joel Barquez, TFC’s head of on-air and broad­cast design, was joined by Ariel Escasa and Fred Ferraz to capture in song ABS-CBN Global’s message of hope and encourage­ment. Awarded and experienced director Cholo Laurel led the team to make “Dahil Tayo’y Filipino” a testament to the strength of the Global Pinoys. The creative team headed by Beth Siojo and production team headed by Aileen Paredes joined forces in producing this inspired effort.
    Celebrate TFC’s 15th anniversary as “Da­hil Tayo’y Filipino” was launched on April 19 in the Philippines’ premier noontime musical variety ASAP 09′

     

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