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Pete and Boots, way back when

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BOOTS (WITH PETE, RIGHT). Valuable “group lessons” learned.

ON occasion, some people ask me why Boots Anson-Roa and I have become such good friends and colleagues. Well, she was one of my students at UP, way back when.

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Subjective TV broadcasts lack credibility

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When Angelo Castro Jr. passed away, VIPs and ordinary viewers alike eulogized him as an exceptionally fine broadcast journalist. They characterized his demise as “the end of an era” in TV news and public affairs. Indeed, they don’t make them like they used to.

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Angelo Castro Jr. should be emulated

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CASTRO. Delivered the news in a straightforward manner.

RINA VILLANUEVA, producer/director: “I knew veteran broadcaster, Angelo Castro Jr., as Bong (from “Baltic & Company,” a TV show that aired in the late ’70s). I told myself that I would take up journalism and, like him, report the news in a professional, straightforward manner.

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Why TV viewers are drawn to stellar tandems

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Have you noticed? Most TV shows field at least two cohosts or paired performers, often with both sexes represented. Thus, you have Mike Enriquez and Mel Tiangco, Tina Monzon-Palma and Angelo Castro Jr., Boots Anson-Roa and Willie Nepomuceno, etc.

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