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Vice Ganda sorry for new ‘indiscretion’

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THE ANTICS of Vice Ganda (right) resulted in remedial and self-regulatory measures to address concerns about child sensitivity and overall audience sensitivity.VIDEOGRAB

Controversial comedian Vice Ganda has landed in hot water once again, this time for alleged “offensive and degrading” scenes in one ABS-CBN program where he hosts, and for “using words with sexual undertones” in another.

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Kiddie poster tilt gets ball rolling

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CHILDREN from various schools participated in the MTRCB poster-making contest on Friday.

“To empower the Filipino family—each of its members, including the house help—to evaluate and intelligently choose media content,” the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board is set to host its Second Family and Child Summit on Nov. 8, MTRCB chair Eugenio “Toto” Villareal announced on Friday.

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MTRCB art contest

As part of its 29th anniversary celebration, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board is holding a poster-making contest for kids Friday at the Albergus Open Court in Quezon City. The event, according to board officials, is aimed at “empowering the Filipino family,” and has been mounted in cooperation with the National Council for Children’s Television. Marinel R. Cruz

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‘Watching’ movie dream come true for blind man

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Eugenio “Toto” Villareal. FILE PHOTO

Lauro Purcil Jr., who has been blind for 49 years, said it was “a dream come true” to experience the full-length film “Hugo” with other visually impaired, deaf and hard-of-hearing participants during a special screening on Friday.

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Embracing the differently abled

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Eugenio “Toto” Villareal. FILE PHOTO

Championing the cause of young persons with disabilities, Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) chair Eugenio “Toto” Villareal was guest speaker at a recent forum on “The Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities in Community Development Programs.”

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