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PIO-Dinagat Islands launched PDI Patrol

The Provincial Government of Dinagat Islands thru the Provincial Information Office in its mandate to provide responsible information has launched the province’ first local TV Program yesterday August 17, 2009 at 7:30 in the evening which was anchored by Jimmy S. Jara.

The said program was dubbed as “PDI Patrol” which caters news, current affairs, updates and developments of the National Line Agencies, Local Government Units from provincial, municipal and down to the barangays. It will also foster programs and initiatives of the Non-Government Organizations, People’s Organizations and other private sectors. This program will be regularly aired at every 5:00 to 6:00 o’clock in the afternoon of Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at DIMPC-Channel 5 in Municipality of San Jose and that of NEWS-MPC Cable Network-Channel 9 which could be seen by its subscribers in the municipalities of Basilisa, Cagdianao, Dinagat and San Jose.

PDI Patrol aims to keep the Dinagatnons be informed, grasp, relate and identify important issues for a peaceful province with balanced development. The Provincial Officials, Department Heads, National Line Agencies and other sectors existing in the Province of Dinagat Islands have extended its full support for the realization of this pet project of the provincial government under the Provincial Information Office-Media Affairs. Said office has the thrust to give a reliable and timely information in its locality towards a more efficient and effective delivery of public services to all Dinagatnons. (Inday Roxas, PIO-PDI)


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