UNTV just turned 6 years and still counting

 

July 18, 2010, World Trade Center Pasay City, Philippines – Once again, another year has been added to UNTV as it celebrates its 6th year anniversary, with the theme: The Pillar of Public Service in Philippine Television. On this occasion various public services have been rendered for free! Public services such as bus rides, dental services, medical services, optical services, free food, entertainment and more! The event was also graced by Hilarion “Larry” Henares Jr, the host of the TV program Make my Day, that airs daily, from Monday to Friday at 8:00 pm and the Atom Henares, the owner of the UNTV station.

  

 

 

One of the highlights on the main event was when Bro. Daniel delivers his speech thanking GOD for his support and making their noble undertakings possible. Afterwards, he introduced the next speaker to deliver his speech as the main highlight of the event – Bro. Eli Soriano, the Presiding Minister of the religious group, Members of the Church of GOD International, an award winning broadcaster and the one and only sensible preacher of our time. On his speech, he expressed how thankful he is to GOD for HIS guidance and continuous efforts in making good things happen. He also thanked Larry and Atom Henares for entrusting him and Bro.Daniel and the whole of the UNTV family in managing their TV station for 6 years now.

                       

Even though that  UNTV has already  proved its worth and existence in media industry as well as to the global community, UNTV will still continue to render free public services not only here in the Philippines but also in the other countries.

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