- Ted Failon bids DZMM his last goodbye on August 31, the last day of airing of all stations under ABS-CBN
- In his final stint, Ted recounted how he started with the network, noting that he was able to work as a news editor
- The veteran broadcaster's voice was breaking as he recounted how he started with the network that he has been with for the past 30 years
- He had to make pauses in the midst of his narration, holding back more tears that may uncontrollably flow
Ted Failon is among the most well-known broadcasters in the media industry.
Now that ABS-CBN's life has come to an end, he also bid goodbye to DZMM.
He narrated how he started out with the network, how he worked on a "trial" basis for a week as a news editor.
"Bata pa lang ako, talagang gusto ko nang maging radio announcer."
He thanked all those who helped him along the way and those who gave him the chance.
Just like with the rest of the employees who have been with the network for many years, Ted felt the pain of leaving.
Many actors and actresses expressed their disfavor when ABS-CBN ceased operations. Angelica Panganiban spoke out against the shutdown of ABS-CBN and was very opinionated against those who paved the way for the none renewal of its franchise.
Vilma Santos also previously explained why she was supportive of ABS-CBN
ABS-CBN is one of the most popular media and entertainment outfits in the Philippines. It has produced top-caliber stars, well-loved programs, and timely news. Some of the popular shows are “It’s Showtime” and “TV Patrol.”
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