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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Aug 6, 2016

Veteran Broadcaster Rey Langit Finds A New Home For 'Kasangga Mo Ang Langit' On DZRJ & 8Trimedia TV

VETERAN BROADCASTER Rey Langit is now with DZRJ and 8TrimediaTV. He’ll be heard in “Kasangga Mo ang Langit”, 10 to 11AM weekdays, and “Balita sa Tanghali” at 12 noon. He’s been with DWIZ for sometime but he had to take a leave when he ran for the senate last May. He didn’t make it and when he was returning to the radio station, he was told to take an extended leave of absence. “E, alam nyo naman kaming broadcasters, kapag matagal na nababakante, minamalat ang boses, so I accepted the offer of DZRJ to be my new home,” he says.

Reynante Langit was born in Pampanga on September 20, 1948, so he’s turning 68 next month. But he looks younger than his age and is still very energetic. He also writes a column for some newspapers and has appeared as an actor in the movies of the late FPJ, like “Padrino” and “Muslim Magnum .357”. It will be recalled that his eldest son, Reyster, passed in 2005 when he contracted malaria while doing research work in Palawan. He has one remaining son, Reynante Jr., 40 years old, who’s also a broadcaster like him.