Marami sa atin ang naniwala na sa biyaheng ito ng buhay, may isang taong itinadhana para sa bawat isa sa atin. May ilan sa atin na napatunayan na ito base sa sariling karanasan. Para naman sa mga naghihintay pa, ito lang ang masasabi ko: “Walang sigurado. Pero minsan, kailangan mo lang maniwala.”
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For her work in the field of broadcast journalism, GMA Network Senior Vice President for News and Public Affairs Marissa Flores was recognized by the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) at the first-ever Glory Awards held last November 11.
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“I fear that one of the enduring legacies of martial law is its own repeatability. Authoritarian rule, including the undeclared kind, can happen again because too many Filipinos still don’t know what happened from 1972 to 1986, let alone why it happened. About the martial law period they have nothing to remember, and they won’t know it when they see it.”
Isa ito sa mga paborito kong quotation tungkol sa martial law mula sa guro kong si Prof. Luis Teodoro. Isinulat niya ito halos 20 taon na ang nakararaan, ngunit mas lalo itong makahulugan ngayon.
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On Sunday, June 25, three decades after it pioneered documentary, news magazine, and public service programs in the Philippines, GMA Public Affairs looks back on some of its most unforgettable reports to discover the positive transformations these helped bring about in “Sa Serbisyong Totoo, Nabago Ang Buhay Ko.”
Hosted by GMA News pillar Jessica Soho, “Sa Serbisyong Totoo, Nabago Ang Buhay Ko” features some of the most powerful stories told by shows produced by GMA Public Affairs and how these stories changed the lives of the people involved.
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Pinas Sarap is the latest addition to GMA News TV’s buffet of top-notch public affairs programs and hosting it is no less than award-winning documentarist Kara David. It airs its first episode tonight.
Every week, Kara takes viewers on an adventure that will enable them to have a deeper understanding and appreciation of Filipino food. Each trip will present the history behind the featured local dish as well as the latest unique Filipino cuisine.
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