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Jessica Soho should be emulated

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GMA News anchor Jessica Soho . FILE PHOTO

Juan Miguel de Belen: “I’m an avid listener of Richard Enriquez’s show on dzMM, ‘Yesterday and Moonlight Serenade.’ He transports listeners to the past through a well-chosen lineup of songs that you don’t hear on other programs anymore!”

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Overload of vocal bombast

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MONZON-PALMA. Role model

“I find TV hosts’ overly dramatic way of talking annoying. Mel Tiangco always seems to be hosting ‘Magpakailanman,’ even when she’s anchoring ‘24 Oras.’ An overload of vocal bombast is also the style of Mike Enriquez and Noli de Castro, who sounds like he’s in a boxing ring. Even Jessica Soho is beginning to sound like a preacher in a pulpit. They treat television like radio, and undermine viewers’ intelligence and taste—it’s insulting.

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Breath of fresh air

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AVILA. Understated acting

Jean Flores, office employee: “I’m glad that Rita Avila is back on television, via ‘Never Say Goodbye.’ Her understated acting style is a breath of fresh air!”

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Early-morning breather

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EIGENMANN. Bad publicity won’t do her career any good.

Jess Morales, student: “‘Unang Hirit’s’ Morning Star feature is a welcome breather. For two days in a row, it was a joy to watch YouTube sensations, Dello and singer-composer David Michael DiMuzio, being interviewed after they rapped and sang their lungs out.

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Zendee seizes the spotlight

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PINAY YouTube sensation gears up for debut album.

“Everything’s coming up roses for the latest Pinay YouTube sensation, Zendee Rose Tenerefe. Zendee is now a recording artist, with a debut CD composed of covers and some self-penned compositions.”

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Consummate performer

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LEGASPI. Class, elegance and intelligence.

Marjorie Javier, government employee: “I’m a great fan of OPM. In my opinion, our pop songs in the ’70s and ’80s are incomparable, especially those from the Metropop. I was a great fan of Ms Celeste Legaspi, who is a consummate performer. She has class, elegance and intelligence—and how I miss listening to her beautiful voice as she sang in venues like the CCP and Music Museum.

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Diana sets a good example

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ZUBIRI. Values finishing a college course. FACEBOOK.COM

LINDA ZAMORA, office employee: “Diana Zubiri is one example of a celebrity who values finishing a college course, no matter how long it takes. Other stars can learn something from Diana: Being a college graduate will come in handy once they decide to opt for another career outside show biz.”

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Time for Zia Quizon’s star to shine

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QUIZON. Has inherited her parents’ best genes.

Xavier Tan, high school student: “I love Zia Quizon. She is beautiful, talented and has the coolest voice I’ve heard, with a style that’s very different from her mom’s. She has inherited her parents’ best genes—which explains her excellence as a performer. I hope producers give her more opportunities to shine, because she deserves to be the next big star!”

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Zsa Zsa’s grace

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ALCASID AND MICHAEL V. Funny impressions.

Calixto Reyes, accountant: “The death of Dolphy made me realize how wonderful a person Zsa Zsa Padilla, his partner for 23 years, is. I watched her speech during the necrological rites, and I was blown away by her grace, honesty, poise, intelligence and love for the comedy king.

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Jiro Manio deserves a second chance

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Ali Sotto

Carl Benitez, student: “News about former child actor Jiro Manio’s impending release from a drug rehabilitation center is a welcome development for the former child actor, who was unforgettable in the award-winning film, ‘Magnifico.’ Here’s hoping that he can bounce back from this dark episode in his life.”

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‘Suggestive’ newscast scored

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ROMERO AND GARCIA. Viewers’ delight.

Lilian Esmero, teacher, has this request: “Through your section, I’d like to call the attention of the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster sa Pilipinas or whoever is in charge of monitoring local radio programs. While I was on a jeepney ride home with some high-school students, I heard a traffic update on the radio. Such updates are welcome, except that when the lady newscaster began delivering the announcement, she sounded like she was in the privacy of her bedroom, utilizing suggestive words like masikip, i-derecho, maluwag and dahan-dahan for greater effect.

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