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24 Oras
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Genre Newscast
Live Action
Public Service
Citzen Journalism
Created by GMA Network
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Director(s) Joel San Luis (Primetime)
Lirio Dayao (Late-Night)
Executive producer(s) Antonio Magsumbol (Primetime Edition)
Nielsen Ocampo (Late-Night Edition)
Producer(s) Marissa Flores (Weekdays Edition)

Tina Panganiban-Perez (Weekend Edition)

Presenter(s) Primetime Anchors
Joe Marasigan
Mel Tiangco
Vicky Morales
Carlo Marasigan
Late-Night Anchors
Mike Enriquez
Angel Aquino
Dimples Romana
Carlo Marasigan
Starring Weekend Primetime
Joe Marasigan
Yassi Pressman
Yam Concepcion
Carlo Marasigan
Weekend Late-Night
Joe Marasigan
Ryza Cenon
Bianca Manalo
Carlo Marasigan
No. of episodes N/A (airs daily)
Location Studio 5, GMA Network Center, Quezon City, Philippines

Studio 2 GMA Network Center, Quezon City Philippines

Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Runtime 90 Minutes (Primetime)
60 Minutes (Late-Night)
Original network GMA Network
Original run March 15, 2004-present
Preceded by GMA Balita (as early evening newscast)

GMA Network News (as late night newscast)
GMA Weekend Report (as Primetime newscast)
GMA Network News Weekend (as Late-Night newscast)
Frontpage Primetime Edition (as Primetime newscast)
Frontpage Evening Edition (as Late-Night newscast)
Frontpage Weekend (as Primetime newscast)
Frontpage Weekend (as Late-Night newscast)

Followed by Weekdays Editions
GMA News Advisory (as Hourly newscast)
GMA Breaking News (as Hourly newscast)
24 Oras Breaking News (as Hourly newscast)
Saksi Breaking News (as Hourly newscast)
Unang Hirit (as Morning newscast)
24 Oras (as Primetime newscast)
24 Oras (as Late-Night newscast)
Saksi (as Morning Newscast)
Saksi (as Noontime Newscast)
Saksi (as Primetime Newscast)
Saksi (as Late-Night Newscast)
Weekend Editions
GMA News Advisory (as Hourly newscast)
GMA Breaking News (as Hourly newscast)
24 Oras Breaking News (as Hourly newscast)
Saksi Breaking News (as Hourly newscast)
Unang Hirit Weekend (as Morning newscast)
24 Oras Weekend (as Primetime newscast)
24 Oras Weekend (as Late-Night newscast)
Saksi Weekend (as Morning Newscast)
Saksi Weekend (as Noontime Newscast)
Saksi Weekend (as Primetme Newscast)
Saksi Weekend (as Late-Night Newscast)

24 Oras is a Philippine television newscast show broadcast by GMA Network It premiered on March 15, 2004-present covers and reports the headline-grabbing issues and subjects in the country. Aired from every Mondays to Sundays at 5:00-6:30PM & 12:30-1:30AM replacing by Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco (Weekdays) Frontpage Weekend (Weekends) worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV and GMA Life TV. The show is the network's flagship national network news program, and simultaneously broadcast on radio through Super Radyo DZBB 594 in Mega Manila and several of its regional Super Radyo stations nationwide (Super Radyo 909 Palawan, Super Radyo 1323 Iloilo, Super Radyo 999 Cebu and Super Radyo 1125 Davao).

Weekdays Editions[]

Primetime Editions[]

24 Oras premiered its maiden broadcast on March 15, 2004 at 5:00-6:30pm replacing Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco first anchored by Joe Marasigan Mel Tiangco Vicky Morales and Carlo Marasigan Its first headline featured the 2004 Philippine elections, followed by a separate one-on-one live interview with Senator Panfilo Lacson and Actor Fernando Poe Jr. ahead of their proposed tandem meeting. Also in the telecast, TV host Pia Guanio was introduced as the new host for Showbiz Time, later renamed Chika Minute Weeknights and Weekend editions were aired when it deemed necessary. The show later moved its timeslot to 5:00-6:30pm and was extended to 90 minutes.

On December 1, 2005, the coverage by 24 Oras of a siege of Camp Bagong Diwa was mentioned in the best news program category in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore

The show relaunched in April 17, 2006 with a new graphics package, and a new set with floating large rear projection screens that allow the anchors to virtually "talk" to correspondents in live feeds, also the anchors are doing stand-up news delivery. The studio set was shared by Saksi during that time. PAGASA's Nathaniel Cruz anchors weather news during severe weather conditions.

On August 11, 2008, the show was relaunched again with a multi-million peso studio set using LED, a new desk which is identical to the desk used by CBS Evening News, new graphics, new titles, and its new slogan "Tahanan ng Katotohanan".

On April 2010, the show became the home of Vizrt Touchscreen system a real-time broadcast solutions system which is used in the YouScoop segment designed and developed by GMA New Media.

24 Oras became instrumental and controversial on covering the Manila hostage crisis, the authorities ordered a media blackout, but failed, when covering live the arrest of the brother of the hostage-taker, the hostage-taker was apparently monitoring GMA-7 and found out about it; the situation became worse when gunshots were heard inside the bus assuming that the hostage taker was watching, it monitored the SWAT's movement of the rescue, the massacre ended at least one hour, when the hostage taker was shot dead on live TV, due to teargas that choked the bus. Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility's review on the media's role of the November 20, 2013 incident</ref> The coverage ate up its primetime block, from 5:00-10:00pm, giving 19.7% of its audience share from AGB Nielsen.

On December 6, 2010, the news program updated its graphics. A day later, it updated its OBB and title card.

On February 21, 2011, along with Unang Hirit, Saksi, and GMA Flash Report, the newscast transferred its new studios, Studio 5; launched new graphics, new theme, and new OBB. The new theme music is a remix of 24 Oras 2008–2011 theme music & an element of an opera voice, eventually it was developed in 2010.

On October 10, 2011, 24 Oras updated only its graphics. This also use a new font Antique Olive on their graphics, replacing Myriad font, which is used on other GMA newscasts.

On June 4, 2012, 24 Oras launched its new weather segment titled I.M. Ready: GMA Weather (based on the advisory advertisement of the said title, and the branding of I.M. Ready).

On June 2013, 24 Oras introduced its augmented reality graphics, initially used at the beginning of the show for presentation/demonstration purposes. It is currently used for US Dollar exchange rate, Metro Manila air index, some live crosses and for other occasional purposes (such as Christmas/New Year Countdowns and demographics/data gathering in connection of a certain news story).

A notable coverage of GMA News for "Super Typhoon Yolanda", covering the devastating Typhoon Haiyan (international name), won its 4th George Foster's Peabody Awards in 2014.


On November 10, 2014, as part of GMA News' shakeup, Vicky Morales joined the 24 Oras team as its third anchor. Also, GMA Regional newscasts for Bicol, Cebu, Davao, Northern Mindanao, Iloilo,  Dagupan and Ilocos adopted the 24 Oras branding. Along with Saksi and Balitanghali, a flat graphic package introduced, and a new title cards, the return of the Myriad font for 24 Oras and the OBB, along with its energetic theme music.  All of these changes are answers to competition of its long-time rival, ABS-CBN's TV Patrol (Primetime Newscast)

On April 24, 2015, with GMA Network's plans of streamlining regional operations, the Ilokano, Bikol and Northern Mindanao editions were axed by the management, followed by the Iloilo (Ratsada 24 Oras) edition on November 13. All of its news staff were laid off of business and were given severance pay to those affected.[​1]​​ On February 1, 2016, North Central Luzon (24 Oras Amianan) and Central Visayas editions of the newscast reverted to their respective titles: Balitang Amianan and Balitang Bisdak, respectively. With the said downgrade, the Southern Mindanao edition (rebranded since October 3, 2016 as 24 Oras Davao) became the only regional edition of the newscast across the entire network. In addition, GMA also axed its remaining local non-news programs for its regional viewers.

After 11 years of delivering showbiz news on Chika Minute, Pia Guanio bid farewell to 24 Oras to concentrate on her family life. GMA News announces Iya Villania as new Chika Minute host

On mid-November 2016, a new 24 Oras logo was unveiled on a billboard on the side of the GMA Network Center. The said logo was first used on-air along with a new graphics, OBB, and theme song package on December 5, 2016, retiring the stylized clock logo which was in use since 2004 A new fontface, has been introduced and is used alongside Myriad, and now uses augmented reality graphics (for the weekday edition) more extensively to rival those of TV Patrol (Primetime)

On June 5, 2018, the newscast started implementing some changes in their lower third graphics, reverting its typeface to Myriad. For the first time in the newscast's history, the color blue was used along with red for the lower third graphics. Even with this change, the lower-thirds and some graphics of the Weekend edition remained unchanged (apart from the news ticker, whose clock was also removed and is now colored blue like the Weekday newscast).

In May 13 2019 the Logo was later Modernized and in May 14 2019 The Modern graphics and OBB premiered in the following night

Evening Editions[]

24 Oras premiered its maiden broadcast on March 15, 2004 at 12:30-1:30am replacing by Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco first anchored by Mike Enriquez Angel Aquino Dimples Romana and Carlo Marasigan  Its first headline featured the 2004 Philippine elections, followed by a separate one-on-one live interview with Senator Panfilo Lacson and Actor Fernando Poe Jr. ahead of their proposed tandem meeting. Also in the telecast, TV host Pia Guanio was introduced as the new host for Showbiz Time, later renamed Chika Minute Weeknights and Weekend editions were aired when it deemed necessary. The show later moved its timeslot to 12:30-1:30am and was extended to 60 minutes.

On December 1, 2005, the coverage by 24 Oras of a siege of Camp Bagong Diwa was mentioned in the best news program category in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore

The show relaunched in April 17, 2006 with a new graphics package, and a new set with floating large rear projection screens that allow the anchors to virtually "talk" to correspondents in live feeds, also the anchors are doing stand-up news delivery. The studio set was shared by Saksi during that time. PAGASA's Nathaniel Cruz anchors weather news during severe weather conditions.

On August 11, 2008, the show was relaunched again with a multi-million peso studio set using LED, a new desk which is identical to the desk used by CBS Evening News, new graphics, new titles, and its new slogan "Tahanan ng Katotohanan".

On April 2010, the show became the home of Vizrt Touchscreen system a real-time broadcast solutions system which is used in the YouScoop segment designed and developed by GMA New Media.

24 Oras became instrumental and controversial on covering the Manila hostage crisis, the authorities ordered a media blackout, but failed, when covering live the arrest of the brother of the hostage-taker, the hostage-taker was apparently monitoring GMA-7 and found out about it; the situation became worse when gunshots were heard inside the bus assuming that the hostage taker was watching, it monitored the SWAT's movement of the rescue, the massacre ended at least one hour, when the hostage taker was shot dead on live TV, due to teargas that choked the bus. Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility's review on the media's role of the November 20, 2013 incident</ref> The coverage ate up its primetime block, from 5:00-10:00pm, giving 19.7% of its audience share from AGB Nielsen.

On December 6, 2010, the news program updated its graphics. A day later, it updated its OBB and title card.

On February 21, 2011, along with Unang Hirit, Saksi, and GMA Flash Report, the newscast transferred its new studios, Studio 5; launched new graphics, new theme, and new OBB. The new theme music is a remix of 24 Oras 2008–2011 theme music & an element of an opera voice, eventually it was developed in 2010.

On October 10, 2011, 24 Oras updated only its graphics. This also use a new font Antique Olive on their graphics, replacing Myriad font, which is used on other GMA newscasts.

On June 4, 2012, 24 Oras launched its new weather segment titled I.M. Ready: GMA Weather (based on the advisory advertisement of the said title, and the branding of I.M. Ready).

On June 2013, 24 Oras introduced its augmented reality graphics, initially used at the beginning of the show for presentation/demonstration purposes. It is currently used for US Dollar exchange rate, Metro Manila air index, some live crosses and for other occasional purposes (such as Christmas/New Year Countdowns and demographics/data gathering in connection of a certain news story).

A notable coverage of GMA News for "Super Typhoon Yolanda", covering the devastating Typhoon Haiyan (international name), won its 4th George Foster's Peabody Awards in 2014.


On November 10, 2014, as part of GMA News' shakeup, Angel Aquino and Dimples Romana joined the 24 Oras team as its third anchor. Also, GMA Regional newscasts for Bicol, Cebu, Davao, Northern Mindanao, Iloilo,  Dagupan and Ilocos adopted the 24 Oras branding. Along with Saksi and Balitanghali, a flat graphic package introduced, and a new title cards, the return of the Myriad font for 24 Oras and the OBB, along with its energetic theme music.  All of these changes are answers to competition of its long-time rival, ABS-CBN's The World Tonight (Late-Night Newscast)

On April 24, 2015, with GMA Network's plans of streamlining regional operations, the Ilokano, Bikol and Northern Mindanao editions were axed by the management, followed by the Iloilo (Ratsada 24 Oras) edition on November 13. All of its news staff were laid off of business and were given severance pay to those affected.[​1]​​ On February 1, 2016, North Central Luzon (24 Oras Amianan) and Central Visayas editions of the newscast reverted to their respective titles: Balitang Amianan and Balitang Bisdak, respectively. With the said downgrade, the Southern Mindanao edition (rebranded since October 3, 2016 as 24 Oras Davao) became the only regional edition of the newscast across the entire network. In addition, GMA also axed its remaining local non-news programs for its regional viewers.

After 11 years of delivering showbiz news on Chika Minute, Pia Guanio bid farewell to 24 Oras to concentrate on her family life. GMA News announces Iya Villania as new Chika Minute host

On mid-November 2016, a new 24 Oras logo was unveiled on a billboard on the side of the GMA Network Center. The said logo was first used on-air along with a new graphics, OBB, and theme song package on December 5, 2016, retiring the stylized clock logo which was in use since 2004 A new fontface, has been introduced and is used alongside Myriad, and now uses augmented reality graphics (for the weekday edition) more extensively to rival those of The World Tonight (Late-Night)

On June 5, 2018, the newscast started implementing some changes in their lower third graphics, reverting its typeface to Myriad. For the first time in the newscast's history, the color blue was used along with red for the lower third graphics. Even with this change, the lower-thirds and some graphics of the Weekend edition remained unchanged (apart from the news ticker, whose clock was also removed and is now colored blue like the Weekday newscast).

Weekend Editions[]

Primetime Editions[]

24 Oras Weekend premiered its maiden broadcast on March 21, 2004-present at 5:00-6:30pm replacing by Frontpage Weekend and first anchored by Joe Marasigan and Carlo Marasigan Its first headline featured the 2004 Philippine elections, followed by a separate one-on-one live interview with Senator Panfilo Lacson and Actor Fernando Poe Jr. ahead of their proposed tandem meeting. Also in the telecast, TV host Pia Guanio was introduced as the new host for Showbiz Time, later renamed Chika Minute Weeknights and Weekend editions were aired when it deemed necessary. The show later moved its timeslot to 5:00-6:30pm and was extended to 90 minutes.

On December 1, 2005, the coverage by 24 Oras of a siege of Camp Bagong Diwa was mentioned in the best news program category in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore

The show relaunched in April 17, 2006 with a new graphics package, and a new set with floating large rear projection screens that allow the anchors to virtually "talk" to correspondents in live feeds, also the anchors are doing stand-up news delivery. The studio set was shared by Saksi during that time. PAGASA's Nathaniel Cruz anchors weather news during severe weather conditions.

On August 16, 2008, the show was relaunched again with a multi-million peso studio set using LED, a new desk which is identical to the desk used by CBS Evening News, new graphics, new titles, and its new slogan "Tahanan ng Katotohanan".

On April 10 2010, the show became the home of Vizrt Touchscreen system a real-time broadcast solutions system which is used in the YouScoop segment designed and developed by GMA New Media.

24 Oras Weekend became instrumental and controversial on covering the Manila hostage crisis, the authorities ordered a media blackout, but failed, when covering live the arrest of the brother of the hostage-taker, the hostage-taker was apparently monitoring GMA-7 and found out about it; the situation became worse when gunshots were heard inside the bus assuming that the hostage taker was watching, it monitored the SWAT's movement of the rescue, the massacre ended at least one hour, when the hostage taker was shot dead on live TV, due to teargas that choked the bus. Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility's review on the media's role of the November 20, 2013 incident The coverage ate up its primetime block, from 5:00-10:00pm, giving 19.7% of its audience share from AGB Nielsen.

On December 11, 2010, the news program updated its graphics. A day later, it updated its OBB and title card.

On February 26, 2011, along with Unang Hirit, Saksi, and GMA Flash Report, the newscast transferred its new studios, Studio 5; launched new graphics, new theme, and new OBB. The new theme music is a remix of 24 Oras Weekend 2008-2011 theme music & an element of an opera voice, eventually it was developed in 2010-2011

On October 15, 2011, 24 Oras Weekend updated only its graphics. This also use a new font Antique Olive on their graphics, replacing Myriad font, which is used on other GMA newscasts.

On June 9, 2012, 24 Oras Weekend launched its new weather segment titled I.M. Ready: GMA Weather (based on the advisory advertisement of the said title, and the branding of I.M. Ready).

On June 2013, 24 Oras Weekend introduced its augmented reality graphics, initially used at the beginning of the show for presentation/demonstration purposes. It is currently used for US Dollar exchange rate, Metro Manila air index, some live crosses and for other occasional purposes (such as Christmas/New Year Countdowns and demographics/data gathering in connection of a certain news story).

A notable coverage of GMA News for "Super Typhoon Yolanda", covering the devastating Typhoon Haiyan (international name), won its 4th George Foster's Peabody Awards in 2014.


On November 15, 2014-present as part of GMA News and Public Affairs' shakeup, Yassi Pressman & Yam Concepcion was joined by the 24 Oras Weekend team as its fours anchor. Also, GMA Regional newscasts for Bicol, Cebu, Davao, Northern Mindanao, Iloilo,  Dagupan and Ilocos adopted the 24 Oras Weekend branding. Along with Saksi and Balitanghali Weekend a flat graphic package introduced, and a new title cards, the return of the Myriad font for24 Oras Weekend and the OBB, along with its energetic theme music.  All of these changes are answers to competition of its long-time rival, ABS-CBN's TV Patrol Weekend (Primetime Newscast) 

On April 24, 2015, with GMA Network's plans of streamlining regional operations, the Ilokano, Bikol and Northern Mindanao editions were axed by the management, followed by the Iloilo (Ratsada 24 Oras) edition on November 13. All of its news staff were laid off of business and were given severance pay to those affected.[​1]​​ On February 1, 2016, North Central Luzon (24 Oras Amianan) and Central Visayas editions of the newscast reverted to their respective titles: Balitang Amianan and Balitang Bisdak, respectively. With the said downgrade, the Southern Mindanao edition (rebranded since October 3, 2016 as 24 Oras Davao) became the only regional edition of the newscast across the entire network. In addition, GMA also axed its remaining local non-news programs for its regional viewers.

On mid-November 2016, a new 24 Oras logo was unveiled on a billboard on the side of the GMA Network Center. The said logo was first used on-air along with a new graphics, OBB, and theme song package

on December 11, 2016, retiring the stylized clock logo which was in use since 2004 A new fontface, has been introduced and is used alongside Myriad, and now uses augmented reality graphics (for the weekday edition) more extensively to rival those of TV Patrol (Primetime) and The World Tonight (Late-Night)

On June 9, 2018, the newscast started implementing some changes in their lower third graphics, reverting its typeface to Myriad. For the first time in the newscast's history, the color blue was used along with red for the lower third graphics. Even with this change, the lower-thirds and some graphics of the Weekend edition remained unchanged (apart from the news ticker, whose clock was also removed and is now colored blue like the Weekday newscast).

Evening Editions[]

24 Oras Weekend premiered its maiden broadcast on March 21, 2004-present at 12:30-1:30am replacing by [[Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco|Frontpage Weekend] and anchored by Joe Marasigan and Carlo Marasigan  Its first headline featured the 2004 Philippine elections, followed by a separate one-on-one live interview with Senator Panfilo Lacson and Actor Fernando Poe Jr. ahead of their proposed tandem meeting. Also in the telecast, TV host Pia Guanio was introduced as the new host for Showbiz Time, later renamed Chika Minute Weeknights and Weekend editions were aired when it deemed necessary. The show later moved its timeslot to 12:30-1:30am and was extended to 60 minutes.

On December 3, 2005, the coverage by 24 Oras of a siege of Camp Bagong Diwa was mentioned in the best news program category in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore

The show relaunched in April 22, 2006 with a new graphics package, and a new set with floating large rear projection screens that allow the anchors to virtually "talk" to correspondents in live feeds, also the anchors are doing stand-up news delivery. The studio set was shared by Saksi during that time. PAGASA's Nathaniel Cruz anchors weather news during severe weather conditions.

On August 16, 2008, the show was relaunched again with a multi-million peso studio set using LED, a new desk which is identical to the desk used by CBS Evening News, new graphics, new titles, and its new slogan "Tahanan ng Katotohanan".

On April 2010, the show became the home of Vizrt Touchscreen system a real-time broadcast solutions system which is used in the YouScoop segment designed and developed by GMA New Media.

24 Oras became instrumental and controversial on covering the Manila hostage crisis, the authorities ordered a media blackout, but failed, when covering live the arrest of the brother of the hostage-taker, the hostage-taker was apparently monitoring GMA-7 and found out about it; the situation became worse when gunshots were heard inside the bus assuming that the hostage taker was watching, it monitored the SWAT's movement of the rescue, the massacre ended at least one hour, when the hostage taker was shot dead on live TV, due to teargas that choked the bus. Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility's review on the media's role of the November 20, 2013 incident The coverage ate up its primetime block, from 5:00-10:00pm, giving 19.7% of its audience share from AGB Nielsen.

On December 1, 2010, the news program updated its graphics. A day later, it updated its OBB and title card.

On February 26, 2011, along with Unang Hirit, Saksi, and GMA Flash Report, the newscast transferred its new studios, Studio 5; launched new graphics, new theme, and new OBB. The new theme music is a remix of 24 Oras 2008–2011 theme music & an element of an opera voice, eventually it was developed in 2010.

On October 10, 2011, 24 Oras updated only its graphics. This also use a new font Antique Olive on their graphics, replacing Myriad font, which is used on other GMA newscasts.

On June 9, 2012, 24 Oras launched its new weather segment titled I.M. Ready: GMA Weather (based on the advisory advertisement of the said title, and the branding of I.M. Ready).

On June 2013, 24 Oras introduced its augmented reality graphics, initially used at the beginning of the show for presentation/demonstration purposes. It is currently used for US Dollar exchange rate, Metro Manila air index, some live crosses and for other occasional purposes (such as Christmas/New Year Countdowns and demographics/data gathering in connection of a certain news story).

A notable coverage of GMA News for "Super Typhoon Yolanda", covering the devastating Typhoon Haiyan (international name), won its 4th George Foster's Peabody Awards in 2014.


On November 15, 2014, as part of GMA News and Public Affairs' shakeup, Ryza Cenon & Bianca Manalo joined the 24 Oras Weekend team as its third anchor. Also, GMA Regional newscasts for Bicol, Cebu, Davao, Northern Mindanao, Iloilo,  Dagupan and Ilocos adopted the 24 Oras branding. Along with Saksi and Balitanghali, a flat graphic package introduced, and a new title cards, the return of the Myriad font for 24 Oras and the OBB, along with its energetic theme music.  All of these changes are answers to competition of its long-time rival, ABS-CBN's The World Tonight (Late-Night Newscast)

On April 25, 2015, with GMA Network's plans of streamlining regional operations, the Ilokano, Bikol and Northern Mindanao editions were axed by the management, followed by the Iloilo (Ratsada 24 Oras) edition on November 13. All of its news staff were laid off of business and were given severance pay to those affected.[​1]​​ On February 1, 2016, North Central Luzon (24 Oras Amianan) and Central Visayas editions of the newscast reverted to their respective titles: Balitang Amianan and Balitang Bisdak, respectively. With the said downgrade, the Southern Mindanao edition (rebranded since October 3, 2016 as 24 Oras Davao) became the only regional edition of the newscast across the entire network. In addition, GMA also axed its remaining local non-news programs for its regional viewers.

After 11 years of delivering showbiz news on Chika Minute, Pia Guanio bid farewell to 24 Oras Weekend to concentrate on her family life. GMA News announces Nelson Canlas as new Chika Minute host

On mid-November 2016, a new 24 Oras logo was unveiled on a billboard on the side of the GMA Network Center. The said logo was first used on-air along with a new graphics, OBB, and theme song package

on December 5, 2016, retiring the stylized clock logo which was in use since 2004 A new fontface, has been introduced and is used alongside Myriad, and now uses augmented reality graphics (for the weekday edition) more extensively to rival those of The World Tonight (Late-Night)

On June 5, 2018, the newscast started implementing some changes in their lower third graphics, reverting its typeface to Myriad. For the first time in the newscast's history, the color blue was used along with red for the lower third graphics. Even with this change, the lower-thirds and some graphics of the Weekend edition remained unchanged (apart from the news ticker, whose clock was also removed and is now colored blue like the Weekday newscast).

Weekdays Editions[]

Primetime Anchors[]

  • Joe Marasigan (main anchor 2004-present)
  • Mel Tiangco (main anchor 2004-present)
  • Vicky Morales (main anchor 2004-present)
  • Carlo Marasigan (main anchor 2004-present)

Evening Anchors[]

  • Mike Enriquez (main anchor 2004-present)
  • Angel Aquino (main anchor 2004-present)
  • Dimples Romana (main anchor 2004-present)
  • Carlo Marasigan (main anchor 2004-present) 

Weekend Editions[]

Primetime Anchors[]

  • Joe Marasigan (weekend anchor 2004-present)
  • Yassi Pressman (weekend anchor 2014-present)
  • Yam Concepcion (weekend anchor 2014-present)
  • Carlo Marasigan (weekend anchor 2004-present)

Evening Anchors[]

  • Joe Marasigan (weekend anchor 2004-present)
  • Ryza Cenon (weekend anchor 2014-present)
  • Bianca Manalo (weekend anchor 2014-present)
  • Carlo Marasigan (weekend anchor 2004-present) 

Segment Hosts[]

  • Oscar Oida (2004-present Alerto-24 Weekend anchor)
  • Atom Araullo (2018-present Alerto-24 Weekdays anchor)
  • Athena Imperial (2018-present Timeout Weekdays anchor)
  • Bela Padilla (2018-present Timeout Weekend anchor)
  • Iya Villania (2015-present Chika Minute Weekdays anchor)
  • Nelson Canlas (2004-present Chika Minute Weekend anchor)
  • Nathaniel Cruz (2012-present; IM Ready: GMA Weather anchor)
  • Maureen Wroblewitz (2018-present; IM Ready: GMA Weather anchor)
  • Makata Tawanan (2010-present Makata's Super Bidyo anchor)
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