“Alam mo, masagwang pakinggan na mareretain kami, para bang pwede kaming sipain. Eh kami nga ang Eat Bulaga eh!” Ito ang sagot ng dating senador na si Tito Sotto, isa sa mga pangunahing myembro ng Eat Bulaga sa tanong ng kanyang interviewer.
Eat Bulaga History
Eat Bulaga is 44 years old. The first-ever broadcast of Eat Bulaga was on July 30, 1979. It all started when Tony Tuviera talked to the then up-and-coming comedy trio of Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon to host a new noontime show that would compete with the pioneering Student Canteen.
Student Canteen was the very first-afternoon variety show first televised on CBN (Chronicle Broadcasting Network, the original company of Eugenio Lopez and brother vice president Fernando Lopez before its merger with Alto Broadcasting System which became ABS-CBN). Student Canteen was first aired on ABS -CBN from 1958 to 1965. , then was moved to GMA Network from 1975 to 1986 (three years after the proclamation of Martial Law), and back to ABS-CBNs Radio Philippines Network from 1989 to 1990 (after cory aquino was seated into power and took back Abs-Cbn from the new owner
But prior to becoming a television show, Student Canteen was originally a radio show called CBN Canteen which first aired in 1956 where singer Pricilla Aristorenas serenades the employees of CBN during their lunch break.
The CBN Canteen became a
The Chronicle Broadcasting Network (CBN) was founded on September 24, 1956, by Eugenio Lopez Sr. and the then-Philippine Vice President Fernando Lopez. The network initially focused only on radio broadcasting.
Student Canteen was originally a radio show on DZXL hosted by Eddie Ilarde, Bobby Ledesma, Bobby de Veyra and Leila Benitez entitled CBN Canteen. The noontime show was aired on the canteen of the old Manila Chronicle Building in Aduana, Manila. It was later renamed Student Canteen after it became a hit with students