#Hugot tweets bago mag-#MoveOn

Ferdinand Marcos

Matapos ibaba ng Korte Suprema ang desisyong pumapabor sa utos ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na ipalibing na sa Libingan ng mga Bayani ang dating pangulo at yumaong diktador na si Ferdinand Marcos, kaniya-kaniyang post ng mga reaksiyon sa Twitter ang mga Pinoy.

Nanawagan ang pamilya ni Marcos na mag-move on at magkaisa na ang bansa. Pero may mga nagsasabi namang paano tayo makakausad kung hindi naman sila humihingi ng tawad. ‘Ika nga, there can be no reconciliation without justice.

Dahil dito, kaniya-kaniyang hugot ang ilang tweep tungkol sa pagmo-move on at paglilibing kay Marcos. Narito ang ilan sa pinakanakakaaliw na hugot tweets.

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Get unlimited access to New York Times site and apps on Nov. 7 to 9

The New York Times building

Access to the New York Times’ website and mobile apps is free to all from today until Wednesday, its executive editor announced on Sunday.

“As journalists who have covered our fair share of campaigns, we consider these moments to be among the most important in the life of a democracy. We believe that everyone, without exception, deserves a deeper understanding of the candidates, the issues and the results of this unprecedented election,” New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet said in an email to the newspapers’ readers.

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GMA News mounts Serbisyong Totoo booths this Undas

On top of covering the biggest news stories this Undas, the country’s longest-running morning show “Unang Hirit” and leading primetime newscast “24 Oras” will also be mounting Serbisyong Totoo booths — one at the Manila North Cemetery and another at the Manila South Cemetery — from Monday, October 31, until Wednesday, November 2.

The Serbisyong Totoo booths will be providing free and unlimited water refill; charging stations for phone and gadgets; security name tags for kids; and other freebies such as candies, handy fan, garbage bags, candles, and stem flower.

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GMA News all set for “DU30: Unang SONA”

#DU30UnangSONA

The Philippines’ most trusted broadcast news organization, GMA News, is all set for the most comprehensive coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte’s first-ever State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday, July 25, 2016.

Anchored by GMA News pillars Jessica Soho and Mike Enriquez, GMA News’ “Du30: Unang SONA” special coverage gives Filipinos up-to-the-minute reportage from Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City where the first-ever President from Mindanao addresses the entire nation.

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Sa likod ng kamera noong unang #PiliPinasDebates2016

Ederic Eder, Aileen Perez, Justin Joyas

Isa ako sa mga Kapuso na lumipad papuntang Cagayan de Oro noong Pebrero para sa una sa serye ng Pilipinas Debates 2016, na inihatid ng GMA Network, Philippine Daily Inquirer, at Commission on Elections (Comelec), kasama ang Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas. Kung hindi n’yo pa ito napapanood, narito ang full video ng debate:

Kami ng kasamahan ko sa GMA News Social Media na si Justin Joyas ang natoka na mag-report nang live sa Facebook page ng GMA News ng mga nangyayari sa likod ng television cameras. Kasama din namin si Aileen Perez ng GMA Public Affairs Social Media para naman sa 360 videos sa Facebook.

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Mar Roxas on “Wanted: President”

Mel Tiangco interviews Mar Roxas

GMA News and Public Affairs’ election special “Wanted: President” continues to take a closer look at the candidates for presidency this Sunday as former DILG Secretary Mar Roxas accepts the challenge to face the country’s toughest job interview tonight.

Roxas will face Mel Tiangco as the veteran broadcast journalist looks into the real story behind Roxas’ so-called publicity stunts such as directing traffic, driving a tricycle, and carrying sacks of rice. Tiangco also questions Roxas about the government’s slow response to aid the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda and about the anomalies involving the MRT.

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#Puso

Noong high school ako, tinuruan ako ng best friend ko na maglaro ng basketball. Tumakbo-takbo, tumalon-talon, at nagsikap akong maka-shoot sa basketball court ng aming barangay. Ang ilan sa mga kaklase naming babae, naroon din para sumuporta. Akala ko, iyon na ang maglulunsad sa aking basketball career. Pero walang nangyari.

Hindi ako natutong mag-basketball. Nagkakaroon lamang ako ng pakialam sa laro noon kapag may laban ang Añejo na naging Ginebra—at kalaunan, kapag may laban ang UP Fighting Maroons.

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