New Zealand TV’s Super Pinoy features Good News Pilipinas stories

Rene “Nonoy” Molina returns to television with stories about Pinoys and the Philippines.

New Zealand TV audiences will again regularly see good news stories about Filipinos and the Philippines as Filipino-Kiwi Rene “Nonoy” Molina’s Super Pinoy show goes live this January 2021.

Molina, a Filipino digital storyteller and contentpreneur based in New Zealand, returns to television via “Super Pinoy sa Apna TV 36”, the largest Indian channel in New Zealand.

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Molina’s new show features interviews with extraordinary Pinoys and features from GoodNewsilipinas.com stories.

Super Pinoy went on social media at the end of 2020 to announce the renewed partnership for 2021. “After a short hiatus, we’re excited to carry on and continue our partnership to 2021 with Goodnewspilipinas.com together with Super Pinoy sa Apna TV 36! We will bring the Philippines and Aotearoa New Zealand closer in terms of kwento on television, radio, and online.”

The 2021 collaboration between Molina and Good News Pilipinas follows their first collaboration on the multicultural TV show, iChannel 2020 on the Freeview channel Kordia TV which featured Good News Pilipinas TV videos.

Nonoy Molina’s Super Pinoy sa Apna TV 36 airs weekly every Tuesday at 5 PM on Apna TV-36.

The show also airs at 6 PM on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

Super Pinoy sa Apna TV 36 is scheduled to air its pilot episode on January 19.

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