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“Team YeY” awarded as most development-oriented children’s program at Gandingan

ABS-CBN Corp Comm April 09,2018 09:51 PM


“Team YeY,” a kiddie show on the ABS-CBN TVplus’s YeY Channel that showcases creative and informative activities per day like dance, storytelling, and music, was recognized for its values-oriented and educational themes as it won its second Gandingan Award for the Most Development-oriented Children’s program.

“It’s a privilege to do something for Filipino children,” said Danie Sedilla-Cruz, channel head of YeY. “Coming up with a program for them is a tough act in a sense that we want them to be entertained, but at the same time impart learning and good values. We want ‘Team YeY’ to be part of this generation’s childhood. Not just for our hosts but more so for our viewers,” she added.


 

Althea Ganzon, Yesha Camille, JM Canlas, and Hannah Lopez Vitto accept the Gandingan Award for “Team YeY”

 

Airing seven days a week, “Team YeY” allows kids to explore their creativity while learning new things, espousing good values, and having fun. The show is currently the only local variety and activity program for children. Each day at “Team YeY” brings a different themed activity led by the different kiddie hosts and tackles different topics while instilling the values of fun learning, teamwork and friendship.

 

For Team YeY Season 2, Galaw Go! was led by AJ Urquia and Nhikzy Calma; Snaks Naman by Mitch Naco and Sophie Reola; Artstig by Jana Agoncillo and Althea Guanzon; Game Play by Sam Shoaf and JM Canlas,  StorYey by Raven Cajuguiran and Yesha Camile; Sound Check by Luke Alford and Noel Comia Jr.; and Sunday Funday with all the hosts.

 

Kids can practice their performing arts skills with Galaw Go which teaches them dance routines, and Sound Check which teaches them new songs to jam and sing along to.

 

Practical life skills also come into play with Snaks Naman, where kids learn to be independent by preparing their own snacks in creative ways.

 

TV time becomes educational in StorYeY, which revisits classical Philippine literature and introduces modern tales  told by fellow kids.

 

Creative skills get honed too in ArtStig, where fun bonding sessions are encouraged through arts and crafts activities.

 

Game Play teaches kids to be resourceful and creative, as they learn how to improvise by making their own team games at home.

 

“Team YeY” is the only locally-produced children’s program that airs  on YeY, the country’s first local all-day kids channel on digital free TV, broadcasted by ABS-CBN Corporation. It airs daily on ABS-CBN TVplus’ YeY at 8:30 am and 3:00 pm.

 

YeY is a free and exclusive channel on digital TV via ABS-CBN TVPlus, which you can get for a one-time payment of P1499. ABS-CBN TVplus signal coverage is  available in Metro Cebu, Cagayan De Oro, Iloilo, Bacolod, Davao, Metro Manila, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Rizal, Laguna, Pampanga, Tarlac, Benguet, and Cavite. Yey is also available on cable via SKYcable and Destiny Cable and on direct-to-home or satellite TV via SKYdirect. For more information, visit tvplus.abs-cbn.com and follow ABS-CBN TVplus and Yey on Facebook. You can also subscribe to YeY’s YouTube channel for your daily dose of YeY.

 

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