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Four more for Anak TV’s Makabata Hall of Fame

/ 12:09 AM February 27, 2016

ATIENZA. Has consistently topped child-friendly TV advocacy’s annual survey.

ATIENZA. Has consistently topped child-friendly TV advocacy’s annual survey.

Anak TV recently elevated four more TV personalities to its Makabata Hall of Fame—Kim Atienza, Ted Failon, Kim Chiu and Toni Gonzaga. They have consistently topped Anak TV’s annual Boto Ko ‘To survey for at least eight years, because televiewers deem them to be “credible, wholesome and worthy of emulation by the youth.”

Anak TV’s officers are led by Elvira Yap-Go, president; Leng Raymundo, vice president; Ma. Teresa Pacis, secretary; Mag Cruz Hatol, secretary general; Ed Roces, chair; with Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski as spokesperson.


Funny cameos in ‘Zoolander’ sequel


Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise their stellar roles in “Zoolander” in the hit film’s current sequel, but the guest stars who make cameo appearances in it threaten to upstage them—with shameless gusto!

They include Justin Bieber, Benedict Cumberbatch, Anna Wintour, Kate Moss, Valentino, Kiefer Sutherland, Sting and Susan Boyle.


After the trailer of the new comedy-horror film, “Echorsis,” was released online last week, it received close to one million views, making it a “should see” when it opens soon. The film’s full title is “Echorsis: Sabunutan Between Good and Evil.”

The spoof of “The Exorcist” is directed by Lemuel Lorca, scripted by Jerry Gracio, produced by Chris Cahilig and topbills John Lapus, Kean Cipriano and Alex Medina.

New classrooms


The Red Ribbon bakeshop chain and the Apl.De.Ap Fondation recently turned over a two-story classroom building to Talon-Talon Elementary School in Zamboanga City to help bring the youth back to school.

10th Pinoy Media Congress

Close to a thousand mass communication students from all over the country learned about the latest trends and issues in media and communication straight from industry experts at the ABS-CBN corporation’s 10th Pino Media Congress held recently at St. Mary’s College, QC.

Speakers were headed by Carlo Katigbak and Cory Vidanes, and included Ging Reyes, Marielle Catbagan, Rowena Paraan, Evelyn Raymundo, Ronald Arguelles, Olivia Lamasan and Vivian Tiu.

Resource persons shared their challenges and success stories, and stars like Jana Agoncillo, Ketchup Eusebio, Sylvia Sanchez, Julia Barretto and Janella Salvador interacted with the delegates.

The congress was coorganized by the Philippine Association of Communication Educators (PACE).

Brunch at Village Tavern

Gear up for brunch at Village Tavern at Bonifacio High Street Central (call 975-4140), where new dishes are available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The yummy treats include omelettes, sandwiches like the breakfast quesadilla, Asian pork on kimchi rice, and tater tots with crispy panchetta.

Sneak previews

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Hitting cinemas earlier than expected, “Kung Fu Panda 3” will have sneak previews on Feb. 29 and March 1 on 2D and 3D screens. The fun sequel rules the US box office, with a gross reaching almost $200 million to date.

TAGS: Anak TV, Kim Atienza, Kim Chiu, Ted Failon, Toni Gonzaga, Zoolander

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