With hopes to strengthen and renew people’s faith in God, award-winning broadcast journalist Tina Monzon-Palma delivered compelling stories of people who faced and overcame adversity through faith and prayers in her Krusada this Lenten season.


Henry Omaga Diaz investigated the claims involving the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation’s (PAGCOR) senior officials who were allegedly given lavish privileges by Kazuo Okada, former member of Wynn Resorts Board of Directors, despite the anti-bribery laws and the objections of his fellow board members.

Illegal logging still threatens PH forests

Kampanya laban sa illegal logging ang tinutukoy na dahilan sa pagpaslang sa isang forestry officer sa Cagayan kamakailan. Pero sa kabila ng mahigpit na pagbabawal ng DENR sa pagputol ng mga puno sa kagubatan, tila hindi pa rin matigil ang talamak na pang-aabuso sa ating kalikasan. Bandila, Pebrero 23, 2012

Sembrano focuses on mentally ill in 'Krusada'

MANILA, Philippines -- Broadcast journalist Bernadette Sembrano examines how the government is attending to the needs of the mentally ill in tonight's episode of "Krusada."

Palma stands up for rights of illegitimate children

MANILA, Philippines - Veteran broadcast journalist Tina Monzon-Palma will address the issue of the rights of the illegitimate children as she continues to fight for the protection of abused children on Thursday, February 9, on “Krusada.” 

5 ABS-CBN shows named finalists in NY TV awards

MANILA, Philippines - Five ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs programs made it to the 2012 list of New York Festivals TV and Film Awards finalists.

Poor state of PH courtrooms in 'Krusada'

MANILA, Philippines -- Broadcast journalist Henry Omaga-Diaz is advocating the repair of the country's courtrooms in this week's episode of "Krusada."

Krusada: Choose Philippines

One week after the formal launch of Department of Tourism’s new campaign, “It’s more fun in the Philippines”, Charie Villa returns to television to support DOT through Choose Philippines, a travel website that crusades to uplift the lives of Filipinos via tourism and its benefits.

Krusada: Happiness on Christmas

A week after Christmas Day, Henry Omaga Diaz returned to two charities he truly supports—Child Haus and Grace Christian Mission. While he strived to give them wonderful Christmas parties worth remembering, he believes that Christmas is more than just a celebration or a date.

Krusada: Rare Diseases

One out of 20,000 newborns who were thought normal during birth develops a certain kind of rare disorder as they grow. Karen Davila crusades to bring awareness to rare diseases and lobby for financial assistance from the government.