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MTRCB summons Arnold Clavio for ‘rude language’ against Napoles lawyer

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GMA 7 news anchor Arnold Clavio gets the flak from netizens and media critics after berating Lawyer Alfred Villamor, the counsel of Janet Lim-Napoles in her serious illegal detention case, in Tuesday’s episode of the morning show “Unang Hirit.” FILE PHOTO

After GMA 7 news anchor Arnold Clavio berated the counsel of detained businesswoman Janet Lim-Napoles on national television, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) called Friday the attention of the veteran broadcaster for his “rude language.”

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Anatomy of an interview–not that one

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Lea Salonga

Just so we’re clear, this is being written from an interviewee’s perspective. That should be obvious, since I’ve been interviewed numerous times over the course of my career.

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Dingdong on ‘Tiktik’: Historic, socially relevant

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DINGDONG Dantes hopes to help showcase Filipino talent via this horror film.

Actor Dingdong Dantes’ film outfit Agostodos Pictures has partnered with GMA Films and Reality Entertainment in bankrolling a fantasy-adventure flick at the whopping cost of P80 million.

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Greyson’s chance at fame happened in the blink of an eye

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GREYSON Chance

Greyson Chance may have been thrust into the limelight in the blink of an eye, but there’s good reason to believe that he’s the real deal. It took only one video of the Texas-born Chance playing the piano and singing Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” on YouTube for TV host Ellen DeGeneres to make her move. After […]

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What you see is what you get

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“I know I look suplada—but, I’m not. I’m actually kalog. Maybe I should smile more,” Solenn Heussaff mused as she thought about our observation that her French-Filipino looks intimidate some people. Then, she flashed her lovely smile and said, “I think they’re just not used to candor (laughs). I don’t give ‘show biz’ answers kasi, because I started in this business at a relatively late age—I’m already 26. People who are 19 or younger are still discovering who they are, so they play safe.”

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