It’s not a bird nor a plane, it’s UNTV flying drone!

Media men as we usually see them reporting from the places to places with all the lighting and camera equipments and all the necessary broadcast equipment.

Many gadgets now have been made to become more handy, accessible and easy to use.

This year, Kasangbahay network, UNTV channel 37 now utilizes flying drones in their traffic updates broadcasting.

January 16, 2014, EDSA cor. White Plains ave. Ortigas Pasig City, Philippines.  Mon Jocson, a UNTV field reporter while reporting with a flying drone. (PHOTOVILLE International / Willie Sy)

January 16, 2014, EDSA cor. White Plains ave. Ortigas Pasig City, Philippines. Mon Jocson, a UNTV field reporter while reporting with a flying drone. (PHOTOVILLE International / Willie Sy)

Flying drones are little robots that make possible to capture aerial video and photo shots.

Last year, during the typhoon Yolanda coverage of UNTV in Leyte, Philippines, drone technology to determine the enormous damage that the typhoon Yolanda has caused.

UNTV news reporter, Robert Navoa reporting in Leyte, Philippines, where drones are being used to cover the news.

This is indeed a major milestone to jumpstart the Gregorian year 2014 for UNTV.

Thanks to GOD for this new innovation

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