STUP wins Most Development-oriented Radio Public Service Program for two straight years in Gandingan

Serbisyong Tatak UP (STUP) sa DZUP 1602, a radio program produced by the National Service Training Program (NSTP) Diliman Office, in partnership with DZUP 1602, UP ROTC and UP Corps of Sponsors, bagged the “Most Development-Oriented Radio Public Service Program” award for two consecutive years in the Gandingan 2020: The 14th UPLB Isko’t Iska’s Multi-Media Awards.

STUP is an interactive radio program that supplements NSTP classroom learning. In the first semester broadcasts, the program features interviews of experts on the NSTP Common Module topics. In the second semester, when most NSTP classes are doing their community engagement, the STUP episodes center on the discussion of volunteer opportunities and programs for NSTP students and reservists. During this period, the STUP Team invites volunteer organizations and groups that may help inspire the students to do volunteer work. The invited guests discuss the objectives, advocacies and activities of the group they represent, share some inspiring volunteer experiences, and present volunteer opportunities that the NSTP students and reservists may be interested in.

The Gawad Gandingan, an annual event organized by the UP Community Broadcasters’ Society, recognizes development-oriented radio and TV programs in the Philippines. With the theme “Midya: Kakampi ng Bayan sa Laban para sa Katarungan”, this year’s Gawad Gandingan aims to honor the role of media in the relentless fight towards justice in the country.

STUP, with the help of its DZUP co-producer Mr. Gian Carlo Librojo, submitted two entries (Open School of Music and Human Dignity and Human Rights). In the July 29, 2019 STUP episode, Prof. Maria Sherla Najera of the UP College of Music talked about how the “Open School of Music” provides free music lessons to the underserved communities around UP Diliman. Meanwhile, in the September 23, 2019 episode, Atty. Ray Paolo Santiago of the Ateneo Human Rights Center discussed “Human Dignity and Human Rights” as part of the NSTP Common Module. Both the entries became finalists in the category.

DZUP informed the NSTP Diliman Office that STUP won the “Most Development-Oriented Radio Public Service Program” category for the second consecutive year. The category recognizes programs that put importance in public service and development, and encourages its listeners to engage in initiatives involving public service. Also nominated in the same category are Health Matters sa DZUP 1602’s episode “Drugs, Drug Addiction, and the Philippine Drug War” and DZUP Health Republic’s episode “TheraFee”.

Meanwhile, the UP Community Broadcasters’ Society decided to cancel the staging of  this year’s Gandingan Awards because of the threats of COVID-19. Nonetheless, the STUP Team, through its Executive Producer and co-host Asst. Prof. Arlyn P. Macapinlac, extended its gratitude to Gandingan Awards in a video message. She said, “inspirasyon po ang gawad na ito upang higit pa naming paigtingin ang aming pagsisikap na makapagtaguyod ng napapanahon at makabuluhang usapan sa aming programa.” 

Director Macapinlac also articulated STUP’s commitment to join hands with other media practitioners in promoting justice in the country. She said, “sama-sama po nating pagtulungang isulong ang pagkilala, pagpapahalaga, at paninindigan sa katarungan at karapatang pantao. Kasama niyo, ang STUP ay naninindigan na ang midya ay kakampi ng bayan sa laban para sa katarungan.”

Serbisyong Tatak UP sa DZUP 1602 is a radio program aired over DZUP 1602 AM station every Monday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. STUP is a collaboration of DZUP 1602, NSTP Diliman Office, UP ROTC and UP Corps of Sponsors.

by Arron Paul M. Lambon

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