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The newly-launched website of Kuya Daniel Razon highlights Mr. Public Service’s numerous humanitarian works and commitment for the human rights of journalists.
Daniel Razon’s bid to help sustain a free college education project launched through a non-profit foundation in the Philippines is gaining momentum.
Broadcast journalist Daniel Razon is expected to join thousands of runners in a marathon-for-a-cause that hopes to break the current world record with the most number of participants in the history.
Daniel Razon is leading in the 2nd Annual Shorty Awards in this year’s search for the Best Journalist on Twitter. The veteran broadcaster became the first Filipino to be considered among the finalists in the official list of categories of the competition.
“Their remains will be buried, but not the cry for justice,” veteran broadcaster Kuya Daniel Razon said referring to the gruesome Maguindanao massacre which killed 57 people including 30 journalists, four of which are staff members of the UNTV 37 network.
It’s official – Kuya Daniel Razon and his hit morning show Good Morning, Kuya! receive much-deserved nomination slots in the prestigious 23rd Star Awards for Television.
Kuya Daniel is out to prove that God-given talents, hard work, and creativity make him a deserving nominee for the Best Morning Show Host category. Good Morning, Kuya! is also shortlisted as Best Morning Show by the Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC).
Committed to selfless service, Kuya Daniel Razon made time to help victims of Typhoon Ketsana just a few hours before the launching of his latest art exhibit for a cause.
Mindless of the bad weather, art enthusiasts stormed the Tala Gallery to support the latest art exhibit for a cause of Kuya Daniel Razon. Titled Brush and Shutter, the exhibit showcased Kuya Daniel
Veteran broadcaster Daniel “Kuya Daniel” Razon fuses photographs and paintings in his latest exhibit for the free college education of the La Verdad Christian College (LVCC) scholars.