Slick and perceptive, Boy Gonzales is a seasoned reporter who has mastered his way around the playing field. This observant and inquisitive journalist knows how to dig into an issue and uncover stories to the audience in the quickest yet most compelling manner.
Boy started as a freelance photographer for daily newspapers in the 1990. Developing a nose for news, he became a correspondent for DZEC Radyo Agila. During this stint, he was the one to break the biggest stories including the kidnap-for-ransom cases under the Estrada administration, the controversies involving then PNP Chief Ping Lacson, and the Bocaue Pagoda Tragedy. In 1998, Boy left DZEC to be a DZRH Operation Tulong Volunteer and Reporter. But in just a year, veteran broadcaster Joe Taruc noticed his potential and decided to test him in the field. He became one of DZRH’s resident beat reporters, covering news stories around the City of Manila.
Boy is currently deployed in Manila, but is also assigned to special coverage stories and events of DZRH.