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Veteran broadcaster Daniel Razon is the president and chief executive officer of Breakthrough and Milestone Productions International, the company that operates and maintains UNTV News and Rescue channel.

) is an aspect ratio with a width of 16 units and height of 9.

An eloquent speaker, he easily captivates his audience of 20,000. Born into a middle-class family in Pasay City in 1947, he was the seventh in a brood of eight.

It was of perfect timing, since it was an ingenious way of promoting Voltes V for the network.

The sketch was headlined by the show's writers Isko Salvador (Brod Pete, a play on the name of actor Brad Pitt and also a parody of Bro.

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UNTV News and Rescue is a TV broadcast network airing in ultra high frequency (UHF) with 24-hour programming. Henares through his company Progressive Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) owns it.

Many in the crowd have traveled for hours to reach a huge, open-air convention center in the middle of a vast field here.

Conspicuous in their garb, especially the women wearing long skirts and sporting long, braided hairdos, they have come by the thousands, as they do every Sunday, to attend a Thanksgiving service.

When overlapped with their center points aligned, he found that all of those aspect ratio rectangles fit within an outer rectangle with an aspect ratio of 1.7.

Conversely it is quite common to use a technique known as center-cutting, to approach the challenge of presenting material shot (typically 16:9) to both a HD and legacy 4:3 audience simultaneously without having to compromise image size for either audience.

Content creators frame critical content or graphics to fit within the 1.33 raster space.

just to accelerate the development of the advanced television services in 16:9 aspect ratio, both in PAL and also in HDTV.

Ang Dating Daan, which started in 1980, refers to itself as “the longest-running religious program in the Philippines.” UNTV has an AM station, UNTV Radio La Verdad 1350.

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