Filipinos Worldwide Can Play The New ‘Game Knb?!’ On Kumu Starting Oct. 12

Filipinos Worldwide Can Play The New ‘Game Knb?!’ On Kumu Starting Oct. 12

Spotlight

Globe Recreates The Way You Learn With Special Promos

Globe introduces special Go promos for students and the GoTOK series to make quality learning and self-improvement accessible for everyone online and in real life!

Roma Point Bridge Construction In Full Swing With Republic Cement Support

Expected to be the longest bridge in Calabarzon, the Roma Point Bridge, also known as the Alabat Bridge, will be 1.7 kilometers long upon completion and will connect Alabat Island to mainland Quezon province.

Specialty Pulp Manufacturing Inc. Chooses 100% Clean Energy From EDC

Agriculture-based manufacturing company SPMI is now being powered by clean, renewable, reliable energy from EDC!

1st ARISE Virtual Annual General Membership Meeting Focused On Business Resilience

ARISE Philippines discusses the need to focus on key priority areas in its advocacies on disaster risk reduction in its first virtual Annual General Membership Meeting.

Filipinos from all over the world can experience the thrill of playing “Game KNB?” together with the new game master Robi Domingo as the undisputed pambansang game show streams on the Kumu app and airs on Jeepney TV starting Monday (October 12).

The interactive game show is ready to challenge Pinoys in an everyday battle of wits, which can be played straight on mobile phones by simply joining the Kumu livestream (@gknb) and answering the trivia questions.

Local viewers can also take part and win special prizes by watching the game on cable channel Jeepney TV and taking part in the #TeamBahay Question of the Day through the link provided on Jeepney TV’s Facebook page.

The original “Game KNB,” which ran for eight years on Philippine TV via ABS-CBN, was a consistent top-rater, challenging the brightest Filipino students, professionals, and even celebrities, and producing numerous contestant millionaires during its run.

Experience the new “Game KNB?” Mondays thru Fridays starting October 12, 12nn on Kumu and Jeepney TV. Download the Kumu app and follow @gknb. Jeepney TV is available on SKYcable channel 9, Destiny Cable Analog 41 and Digital 9. Be a #TeamBahay participant via facebook.com/JeepneyTV.

For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abs-cbn.com/newsroom.

N. Ecija Farmers Find Viable Market For Tons Of Harvested Squash

Some vegetable farmers in Nueva Ecija have found viable markets to sell their tons of harvested squash.

5K Cebu Learners Benefit From Milk Feeding Program

The Philippine Carabao Center-Ubay Stock Farm and the Department of Agriculture in Central Visayas kicks off a school-based milk feeding program in the southern city of Carcar, Cebu, benefiting nearly 5,000 learners.

Social Media To Promote Native Chicken Raising In Eastern Visayas

Pa-mine? The Department of Agriculture is eyeing to use social media to advocate the production of native breeds of chicken in Eastern Visayas.

Roque: Financing Initial COVID-19 Vaccine Supply ‘Not A Problem’

"Whether or not it’s in the budget, we have a financing scheme already in place. Kung mayroon na po tayong mabibili ngayon, makakabili na tayo ngayon kasi hindi naman po problema ang financing."

Guv. Mamba Warns Of ECQ As COVID-19 Cases Spike

Cagayan Governor Manuel Mamba warns of the implementation of enhanced community quarantine in the entire province if the COVID-19 cases would continue to increase.

San Carlos City Bans Non-Essential Travel

Negros Occidental indefinitely prohibits non-essential travel among its residents due to the rising cases of COVID-19.

Mayors Want Metro Manila Under GCQ Until Dec. 31

Anong masasabi mo sa desisyon ng NCR mayors?

World War II Heroes Honored For Service 76 Years Ago

The 76th Leyte Gulf Landing commemoration highlights the valor of World War II heroes who fought for the liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese occupation.

San Carlos City Bans Non-Essential Travel

Negros Occidental indefinitely prohibits non-essential travel among its residents due to the rising cases of COVID-19.