In April 2007, CNA-TV finally opened its own television studio and
AV production suite complete with 3CCD cameras, a video mixer and non-linear-editing computers.
Baboo's third guest is a mini pincher held by a dog lover.
With the onset of digital media, CNA-TV Technical Director Art
Tibaldo found other uses for his now jurassic analog (partly shown) editing machines. These dinasaurs are now part of the
Visiting veteran radio broadcaster Jimmy Bernabe shares
a light moment with Brenden Kim Quintos who spends part of his off-school hours at the studio. Brenden is shown explaining to
the radioman how the software composer ACID-Pro works.