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Comedian Tado as Entrepreneur Unveiled in My Puhunan (February 12)

Posted on February 11, 2014 | 10:38 AM

Broadcast journalist Karen Davila uncovers the other side of the late comedian Arvin “Tado” Jimenez, was not only a staunch social advocate off-camera but also a hands-on entrepreneur.

Comedian Tado as Entrepreneur Unveiled in My Puhunan (February 12)

In “My Puhunan” tomorrow (Feb 12), Karen will show Tado’s shop “LimiTado,” which the program visited before Tado died in a bus accident last Friday. Tado’s shop sells one-of-a-kind statement shirts, and vintage items such as clothes, accessories, and bicycles. Tado also left behind his own tattoo shop called “LimiTattoo.”


Karen will also share the success story of married couple Marlon and Michelle Aman, who made it big by selling ice cream on sidewalks. Now, their company “Miguelito’s” earns P15 million a month.

In “Mutya ng Masa” today (Feb 11), Doris Bigornia helps a man surprise his girlfriend with a marriage proposal on Valentine’s Day. Will they be able to pull it off?

Don’t miss “My Puhunan” tomorrow (Feb 12), and “Mutya ng Masa” today (Feb 11), 4:45PM on ABS-CBN. For updates, follow @mypuhunan and @MutyaNgMasa on Twitter or like www.facebook.com/MyPuhunan and www.facebook.com/MutyaNgMasa.

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Angel Locsin Named Most Tweeted Celebrity; Vice Ganda, Twitter Influencer of the Year

Posted on December 24, 2013 | 9:54 PM

It's Showtime and Gandang Gabi Vice host Vice Ganda leads this year’s list of top Twitter “influencers” in the Philippines according to the list released by the popular microblogging site.

Vice Ganda was named 2013 Twitter Influencer of the Year in the Philippines for garnering millions of "retweets," which "clearly showed his presence" on Twitter.

Angel Locsin and Vice Ganda, Twitter icons for 2013

Actress Angel Locsin was named most tweeted celebrity, while It’s Showtime and Be Careful With My Heart were named hottest variety show and TV soap on Twitter, respectively.

The most tweeted movie of the year was Sisterakas which also stars Vice Ganda along with Kris Aquino and comedy queen Ai Ai Delas Alas. The said movie was also the highest-grossing film of all time in the Philippines. 

Meanwhile ABS-CBN’s Sagip Kapamilya was the most talked about social responsibility campaign on Twitter. Other top local influencers in their respective categories include:
  • Anne Curtis, actress (entertainment)
  • Kim “Kuya Kim” Atienza, weatherman and TV host (science)
  • Karen Davila, news anchor (media)
  • President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III (politics/government)
  • Aly Borromeo, football player (sports)
  • Ogie Alcasid, singer (music) 
  • Rommel Feria, professor (tech) 
  • Jim Paredes, singer (advocate)
  • Georgina Wilson, model (lifestyle)
  • Rajo Laurel, designer (fashion)
  • It’s a Teen Thing, journal (inspirational)
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ABS-CBN Leads Halalan 2013 Coverage

Posted on May 9, 2013 | 9:40 PM

ABS-CBN, the country’s largest broadcast news organization, will provide 360-degree news coverage on different media platforms and deliver public service on-ground on Monday (May 13) when millions of Filipinos troop to polling precincts to cast their votes and choose their next batch of leaders.


ABS-CBN Halalan 2013 Anchors
“It has become a company tradition for ABS-CBN to devote all of its resources to this important coverage. Technology has become more sophisticated through the years and we have utilized different tools in support of the coverage itself, but what hasn’t changed is our commitment to cover this political exercise and present all aspects of the polls as completely as possible,” said Ging Reyes, head of the ABS-CBN Integrated News and Current Affairs.

Viewers can rely on ABS-CBN to give them real-time updates from its team of seasoned broadcast journalists ‘Kabayan’ Noli De Castro, Korina Sanchez, Ted Failon, Ces Drilon, Karen Davila, Julius Babao, Lynda Jumilla, Tony Velasquez, Anthony Taberna, Bernadette Sembrano, Pinky Webb, and Prof. Randy David who will deliver up-to-date news stories, vote count, and in-depth analyses of reports from over 30 live points in the country from 5 AM on Monday (May 13) to noon on Tuesday (May 14).

ABS-CBN will also utilize augmented reality to help viewers understand reports better and an interactive map that will monitor the latest results and candidate information in key areas.

Aside from giving groundbreaking news coverage, ABS-CBN will also put up “Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo” stations all over the country where voters can ask information about their precincts and other poll-related concerns. The BMPM team will then link them to the authorized government agencies and groups.

Moreover, the BMPM stations will serve as centers where voters in the area can file reports about election irregularities and problems and will have first aid personnel and equipment on stand-by to respond to medical emergencies.

This public service effort anchors on the influence of BMPM and its half a million Bayan Patrollers who are prepared to share election-related information from their areas to ensure honest and peaceful elections. 

“Citizen engagement and the movement for change are a constant. Both of them go on even without an election. That’s how dedicated we are to the idea of citizen involvement and that is the reason we start really early,” said Reyes, emphasizing why ABS-CBN’s “Halalan 2013” coverage and “BMPM Tayo Na” movement were launched a year before the May 13 polls.

ABS-CBN’s “Halalan 2013” coverage is also defined by its “KampanyaSerye” documentaries, which made voters more involved and informed on some of the hotly contested local races, and the “Harapan 2013” live debates that gave all senatorial candidates a platform to present what they stand for.

“KampanyaSerye” will swing into high gear on May 13, as ABS-CBN reporters reexamine the electoral rivalries featured in the series and highlight the results in areas like Manila, Masbate, Cavite, Cebu, among others. This aims to contextualize what the results mean to the electorate by putting the spotlight on the newly elected candidates to remind them of the promises they made during the campaign season.

ABS-CBN’s “Halalan 2013” coverage was launched a year before the May elections to provide information to voters so they can make informed choices based on their vision for the country.

Working hand in hand with ABS-CBN in this historic “Halalan 2013” coverage are the Commission on Elections, Department of Foreign Affairs Overseas Absentee Voting Secretariat, Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting, Pulse Asia Inc., and Regional Emergency Assistance Communications System (REACT) Philippines, corporate sponsors Globe Telecom, STI College, Universal Motors Corporation, and MyPhone’s Solid Group, Inc. “Halalan 2013” also tapped The Philippine Star, Business World, Manila Bulletin, and Business Mirror as its print partners and Fully Abled Nation, Management Association of the Philippines, YouthVote Philippines, and Alternative Law Groups as its cause partners. Also joining ABS-CBN’s campaign for clean elections are educational institutions such as the University of the Philippines system, La Consolacion College, University of Sto. Tomas, Ateneo School of Government, and La Salle Institute of Governance.

For the latest election-related news, watch ABS-CBN, ANC (SKyCable Channel 27), DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable Channel 26), Stduio 23, tune in to DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, or log on to ABS-CBNNews.com, dzmm.com.ph,bmpm.abs-cbnnews.com, halalan2013.abs-cbnnews.com or follow @ABSCBN_Halalan.

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'Pinoy True Stories' Premieres December 3 on ABS-CBN Kapamilya Gold

Posted on November 30, 2012 | 7:30 PM

ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs launches an all-new weekday current affairs program in a revolutionary move to make public service more accessible to Filipino audiences.

Beginning Monday (Dec 3), ABS-CBN’s seasoned broadcast journalists will tackle real-life accounts of Filipinos and help in solving problems that affect their communities and families in “Pinoy True Stories.”

'Pinoy True Stories' Premieres December 3 on Kapamilya Gold

“This program will hunt and punish the offender, help victims, and teach a lesson or two. Through ABS-CBN’s decision to place the new current affairs show on an earlier timeslot, we hope to make citizens better-informed, engage more viewers, and foster a dialogue of significant issues,” said ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs head Ging Reyes.

Pinoy True Stories Anchors: Dominic Almelor, Karen Davila, Anthony Taberna, Julius Babao, Atom Araullo and Maan Macapagal

Julius Babao opens the week in the action-packed “Bistado Monday” to uncover cases of abuse, neglect or cruelty, as well as corrupt practices in the government and the various modus operandi of criminals.

In “Engkwentro Tuesday,” Karen Davila mediates between clashing parties in relationships, families, and neighborhoods to help them resolve their conflicts and reach an agreement.

News reporters Maan Macapagal and Dominic Almelor, meanwhile, lend a hand to people stuck in accidents, calamity, or the cycle of maltreatment in “Saklolo Wednesday.”

Anthony Taberna provides the public legal help and advice in “Demandahan Thursday” to help solve the most problematic disputes in court.

Explore mysterious phenomena in Atom Araullo’s “Hiwaga Friday” where he unmasks the truth behind supernatural occurrences.

Watch the pilot episode of “Pinoy True Stories” on Monday (Dec 3), 4:45 p.m. after “A Gentleman’s Dignity” on ABS-CBN. For updates on the program, visit www.abs-cbnnews.com/currentaffairs.

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Video: ABS-CBN News Anchors and Reporters Sing 'I Want It That Way' by Backstreet Boys

Posted on September 10, 2012 | 10:48 PM

ABS-CBN News anchors and reporters took a break from serious reporting and made their own cover version of Backstreet Boys' I Want It That Way in the spirit of having fun inside the newsroom.

ABS-CBN reporter and senior segment producer Chiara Zambrano uploaded the said video of the news team lip syncing to BSB. "Because sometimes, journalists like to have fun, too. Here's a slice of the newsroom... after the cameras stop rolling," the video caption said.

ABS-CBN News anchors and reporters unwind with I want It That Way

The fun video was shot and edited by Jeff Canoy and produced by Jenny Reyes and Chiara Zambrano, who were also present in the video. Watch the ABS-CBN News team's cover of I Want It That Way below:



Other notable anchors and reporters who participated in the said video are Ginger Conejero, Zen Hernandez, Tony Velasquez, George Carino, Karmina Constantino, Jasmin Romero, Alvin Elchico, Sol Aragones, Bernadette Sembrano, Anthony Taberna, Doland Castro, Jay Ruiz, Francis Faulve, Boy Abunda, Julius Babao, Jacque Manabat, Jeck Batallones, Atom Araullo, Ryan Chua, Karen Davila, Maan Macapagal, Gretchen Fullido, Pia Gutierrez, Nico Baua, Jing Castaneda, TJ Manotoc, Marc Logan, Bettina Magsaysay, Dyan Castillejo, Ted Failon, Gretchen Malalad, Henry Omaga-Diaz, Mario Dumaual, Zyann Ambrosio, Ron Gagalac, Korina Sanchez and Kabayan Noli De Castro.

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