The 24th KBP Golden Dove Award was conferred on the best stations, personalities, and programs for 2015 during the awarding ceremonies last April 29, 2016 at the Star Theatre in Pasay City. The Golden Dove Awards culminated the celebration of Broadcasters’ Month for 2016 and KBP’s 43rd Founding Anniversary. Read more »
The KBP is ending it’s vote counting operations at the Pope Pius Center in Intramuros after it gets the last transmission of the precinct results from the Comelec’s Transparency Server, which is expected today or tomorrow (May 19). The KBP unofficial count was provided to member broadcast stations via internet since May 9, election day, making it possible for people even in many remote parts of the country to know the results of the elections within hours after the polls closed. This is the third election where KBP had undertaken an unofficial count of election returns, the first being in 2010 during the country’s first automated elections.The KBP is mandated by law to receive the electronically transmitted election results from the precincts at the close of voting.
In conducting, its unofficial election count, the KBP was helped by Commworks, which provided the server used for the count and IT support, and TV5 and PLDT which provided broadband resources.
The Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) is receiving the election returns from the different voting precincts in the country through the Comelec Transparency Server after the polls close on May 9, Election Day. The unofficial tally of these election returns will be broadcast by KBP member stations nationwide. To see the KBP Unofficial Election Returns for president, vice-president, senators, and party list, click here.
KBP member stations may access the KBP Unofficial Election Returns for broadcast here. If you don’t have the username and password please request them from the KBP Secretariat.
KBP wishes to acknowledge the support of Commworks, TV5, and PLDT in helping us bring the results of the elections to the nation.
Deputy Commissioner Delilah F. Deles of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) briefed KBP officers last March 3 on NTC’s radio frequency monitoring system, part of a grant from South Korea to create an interference-free radio environment for the Philippines. The NTC and the KBP have agreed to work together to monitor the broadcasts of radio stations in Metro Manila, initially, and eventually in other areas of the country to ensure the highest quality in their reception.