Filipinos can expect more lively discussions on the hottest issues in the country in DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, which topped all AM radio stations in Mega Manila with an audience share of 25% in the Kantar Media radio survey for the second quarter of 2018. One of its leading programs every Saturday night is “Teka Muna” anchored by Peter Musngi and Pat-P Daza.
Filipinos can expect more lively discussions on the hottest issues in the country in DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, which topped all AM radio stations in Mega Manila with an audience share of 25% in the Kantar Media radio survey for the second quarter of 2018.
One of its leading programs every Saturday night is “Teka Muna” anchored by Peter Musngi and Pat-P Daza, who look forward to more laughter and in-depth interviews in their five-year old program.
Peter and Pat-P’s dynamic banter on trending and relevant topics and no holds-barred interviews with newsmakers have been a hit with viewers of DZMM TeleRadyo and listeners of DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, making “Teka Muna” the top radio program in its time block.
Both seasoned media veterans, the anchors have shown incredible chemistry in the program. Peter serves as the program’s pilot, directing the flow and injecting wisdom and facts in the show. Pat-P provides the wisecracks and sharp questions that echo the views and sentiments of Filipinos. Together, they make discussions of even serious issues more engaging, relatable, and informative for the people.
“The secret of our show is that it is not scripted. Before we go on-air, we talk about what we can discuss in the program, especially in the first part where we recap the hottest news. So when we come in we’re both ready,” Pat-P shared.
Beyond that, Peter said it is “anything goes.” “We don’t over prepare because you don’t want to lose the spontaneity on the air,” he said.
Originally conceptualized as a light and fun weekend program, the show has evolved to become a platform where men and women of the hour are able to openly talk about the pressing issues in society.
It is for this reason that Pat-P puts in more effort to stay updated with current events.
“I read and I watch the news every day because there can be live interviews on the spot in our program. So it is important to have a good stock knowledge,” she said.
Her partner, meanwhile, said he goes by the same principles he had before he retired and left his post as the head of DZMM, and that is to show commitment and concern for your show.
“As an anchor, you row your own boat. If you don’t care about your program, then nobody else will care. It is your program, so you take care of your own program,” he said.
And for “Teka Muna,” Peter said he hopes he and Pat-P can do live interviews outside the DZMM radio booth in the future, and take advantage of today’s technology. “We want to be able to get the hottest interviews whenever, wherever. Kami pupunta,” he said.
Like their show, DZMM continues to rule the airwaves based on the radio survey conducted by Kantar Media in Mega Manila in the second quarter of the year. DZMM garnered an audience share of 25% to remain ahead of DZBB and DZRH, which got 22% and 21%, respectively.
DZMM also leads in public service with projects like the DZMM HaPinay Day Buntis Congress and DZMM Kapamilya Day project, where they bring a DZMM program to a barangay together with fun activities, livelihood seminars, and other social services for the residents of the community.
Catch Peter Musngi and Pat-P Daza on “Teka Muna” on DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 on AM radio and on DZMM TeleRadyo on SKYcable and ABS-CBN TVplus every Saturday at 7 pm. For news, visit dzmm.com.ph or follow @DZMMTeleRadyo on Facebook and Twitter. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abscbnpr.com.