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Daniel Razon was one of the big winners at the 24th Star Awards for Television, earning for himself and Good Morning Kuya the Best Male Newscaster and Best Morning Show honors from the PMPC, respectively.
Daniel Razon recently led 24,000 participants to UNTV’s new environmental cause called “Add-a-Tree Global Tree-Planting Project.” The initiative is part of the broadcast journalist’s Kahit Isang Araw Lang (Just One Day) advocacy for change.
The past met the future of Philippine basketball when Daniel Razon’s Hoopsters faced the PBA Legends in a charity match to support free college education project.
Good Morning Kuya (GMK), the flagship morning public service and magazine show of UNTV, recently celebrated its anniversary by expanding the reach of its public service to the orphans, cancer-stricken, physically-disabled, and mentally-challenged kids.
Broadcast journalist Daniel Razon took his stand on this query when he introduced Tulong Muna Bago Balita (Rescue First Before News), both as the new UNTV news tagline and advocacy.
An optimist magazine in the Netherlands featured veteran Filipino journalist, Daniel Razon, for his deeds in their online publication.
Daniel Razon spearheaded the opening of the free education La Verdad Christian College on June 15, his newest humanitarian work which responds to the need for college education among the less privileged youths in the country.
The musical album dedicated to the Maguindanao Massacre victims recently earned Platinum Record after more than 20,000 copies were sold in just one day.
Veteran TV broadcaster Daniel Razon, who conceptualized the Protest Broadcast concert series, believes the cause of this advocacy in paying tribute to media practitioners will continue so long as there is a need to help.
Veteran broadcaster and host of UNTV’s “Good Morning Kuya” Daniel Razon spearheads a cry of condemnation on the Maguindanao Massacre using a different forum: through music.