Ali Sotto, Pat-P Daza tackle relevant issues in new TV-radio program

posted October 21, 2021 at 09:45 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
To give the audience a new morning-TV radio experience in a landscape almost dominated by male broadcast journalists, NET25 launched Ano Sa Palagay N’yo? or A.S.P.N. on Monday, Oct. 18.

Ali Sotto, Pat-P Daza tackle relevant issues in new  TV-radio program
 Morning news tandem Ali Sotto and Pat-P Daza of 'Ano Sa Palagay N’yo?'  
The commentary show anchored by Ali Sotto and Pat-P Daza airs weekday mornings, from 8:00 to 10:00 on DZEC Radyo Agila 1062 and Eagle FM 95.5 and is also available for streaming over at NET25 TV’s YouTube channel and Facebook

Sotto and Daza are armed with detailed and meticulous investigation and assessment of current issues we are facing and they would like to exchange thoughts with their listeners and viewers.

“The show promises to deliver detailed and meticulous analysis on the day’s most pressing issues but I want to take it to a softer point of view,” Sotto said.

“Maraming isyu na hindi natin pwedeng palampasin. We have to know what’s happening para at least meron tayong kaalaman kung paano natin pwedeng labanan ang mga nangyayari,” Daza added.

A.S.P.N. also wanted to make sure that their discussions will be light and palatable for every listener. 

To join the discussion simply follow NET25 on Facebook (@NET25), Youtube (NET25), Twitter (@net25tv), Instagram (@net25tv) and Telegram (Telegram:

Topics: NET25 , Ano Sa Palagay N’yo? , Ali Sotto , Pat-P Daza , DZEC Radyo Agila 1062
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