GMA Network’s internet tv launched

While I dislike GMA Network’s policy of overloading its programming with so much advertising, I commend its new effort in bringing Philippine TV to every Filipino on Earth with an internet connection through myGMA Internet TV.

The concept is similar to that of ABS-CBN/TFC Now. But unlike ABS-CBN’s service that uses Windows Media Player, GMA uses flash video like the one used on YouTube.

 

myGMA Internet TV

myGMA Internet TV

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Donations are now being accepted by relief organizations for victims of Typhoon Frank

Items needed:
used clothes, canned goods, rice, bottled water, instant noodles, blankets, old/new clothes, sleeping mats/banig, cash donations

You can send these to the following organizations:

ABS-CBN Foundation – Sagip Kapamilya
13 Examiner Street, West Triangle, Quezon City
Telephone: (632) 411-4995

Cash Donations:
ABSCBN Foundation – Sagip Kapamilya
> Bank: BDO 
Account Number: 5630020111 (Peso)

GMA Kapuso Foundation
GMA Kapuso Center
Samar St. corner 11th Jamboroo St., Quezon City
Telephone: (632) 982-7777 ex. 9901-9905
Direct Line: (632 )928-9361 / 928-4299

Cash Donations:
GMA Kapuso Foundation
> Bank: United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)
Account Number: 16011112777 (Peso)
Account Number: 011603004276 (US Dollar) Swift Code/Routing: UCPB PH MM
> Bank: Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (Metrobank)
Account Number: 3098510347 (Peso)
Account Number: 2098002442 (US Dollar) Swift Code/Routing: MBTC PH MM

Philippine National Red Cross
donations are accpeted in all Red Cross chapters in the Philippines please see:
http://www.redcross.org.ph/Site/PNRC/Chapters.aspx

Cash Donations (online via credit card):
http://www.redcross.org.ph (click on the link on Donate Now link on the left of website)

ABS-CBN News Channel reports that the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has designated all Petron gas stations nationwide to accept donations of non-perishable goods.

TV Patrol report on DJ Montano breaking his silence – transcript

The YouTube video below, is ABS-CBN‘s flagship news program, TV Patrol‘s report on DJ Montano breaking his silence on Korina Today on the ABS-CBN News Channel.

After the jump, you’ll be able to read the transcript that I made. I’m working on the English translation, I will update this post once I am done. THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION IS DONE!

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Brian Gorrell’s story on ABS-CBN TV Patrol transcript

The news report below is the the first time Brian Gorrell’s story was covered by Philippine TV news.

Transcript (with English translations) can be found after the jump.

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Video on Kitty Go about the Brian Gorrell, ‘Gucci Gang’ scandal

[I’ve added an English translation of the Filipino parts of the report. I’m no professional translator so please bear with me.]

The video and the transcript I made is about a news interview of ABS-CBN’s Bandila with Kitty Go. Kitty Go was an editor and publisher of several magazines in the past. She became infamous when she published two books, “When Chic Hits the Fan,” and “Chic Happens.” The books were her fictionalized accounts of the posers and fakers in Manila high society.

Read the transcript with translation after the jump.

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