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GMA News TV ID depicts struggles, triumphs

SCREENGRAB from May Pag-asa Campaign-GMA News TV Station ID 2014

GMA NEWS TV’s “May Pag-asa” campaign is a collection of stories of hope that reveal little-known stories behind the success of its front-runners.

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Engaging interviewee

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Jess Barrera, accountant: “I don’t like rock music or colored hair, so I usually switch channels when Yeng Constantino is performing. However, when I caught her interview with Boy Abunda on a late-night talk show, I found her an engaging interviewee. She spoke with sense and coherence. Lesson learned: Don’t judge a book by its cover!”

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A thespic high for Piolo

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PASCUAL. Intensely demanding emotional scenes.

Before “Hawak-kamay” ended its run on ABS-CBN last Friday, we made it a point to catch its final week of telecasts on a nightly basis, the better to second-guess how it would actually end.

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Win some, lose many more

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Last month, the viewing treat as far as we were concerned was Pia Hontiveros’ extended focus on disaster preparedness in Metro Manila, which warned viewers that earthquake-prone faults and other dangers lurk that could result in many casualties and deaths if we continue to ignore experts’ insistent alarms.

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What I’ve learned from coaching on ‘The Voice’

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BOWLED over by a contestant during the Blind Auditions, author scoots over to fellow coach Sarah Geronimo’s seat to share the excitement. She refers to Sarah as bunso, or youngest, in the panel and finds her progress as a mentor “most inspiring.”

One late night as my husband and I drove home from a recent gig, we got into discussing how the past two years have been such a wonderful turning point in my career. Everything just seemed to fit.

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