SKY’s Angielyn Avila, Lito Mapolon, Arlene Torres, Alan Supnet, Ed Pahate, Eloi Balmoris, Jaja Suarez and March Ventosa with AFP officials led by Lt. Gen. Glorioso Miranda, BGen. Arnold Andales, Col. Arnulfo Rafanan, Col. Jose Benavidez, Col. Vener Odillon Mariano, Cdr. Gualterio dela Cruz and Col. Gerso LopezSKY Cable Corporation donated installation kits of SKYdirect, its direct-to-home service, to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to give them nationwide access to news and information in support of their call of duty to serve the country.
AFP troops deployed in various locations across the Philippines will have nationwide access to news and information through the wide channel variety of SKYdirect, all in digital quality, including a select number in high deﬁnition.
“We know how important it is for the AFP to have seamless access to information especially in remote areas in the Philippines. With the help of SKYdirect, AFP troops will be connected to quality information and entertainment,” said SKY Cable Corporation chief operating oﬃcer March Ventosa.
“We hope SKYdirect will create a diﬀerence in your pursuit to continuously oﬀer excellent service for Filipinos,” Ventosa added.
AFP vice chief of staﬀ Lt. Gen. Glorioso Miranda expressed his gratitude to SKY Cable for recognizing their role and service to the Filipino people.
He said: “A lot of you here recognize the sacriﬁces of our troops and I am delighted with your donation to the AFP. This(SKYdirect) will contribute a lot to our troops.”
Lt. Gen. Miranda received the SKYdirect kits together with AFP major services representatives.
SKYdirect, SKY Cable Corporation’s newest service powered by direct-to-home technology, aims to give Filipinos in any part of the country access to quality information and entertainment via its rich cable channel lineup. (Story/Photo by: Dino Quizon)