Wednesday, August 25, 2010
They say that where there’s smoke there’s fire – and a nosy journalist ever ready to sniff it out. Aggressive, determined, and inexplicably fierce at times, these watchdogs can find actual and factual stories where ordinary people may see none. One of them is broadcast journalist Karen Davila.
Known to millions of Filipinos for her stints as a TV Patrol World anchor, dzMM commentator and The Correspondents reporter, Karen Davila has proven that she’s more than just a pretty face who reads the news from scrolling copies in an unseen monitor. Armed with 15 years of experience in broadcasting, the former Saksi! and current Patrol ng Pilipino anchor has earned the respect of colleagues, the public and even detractors with astounding exposés that can shake the core of individuals, institutions and even nations.
Unlike most other hard-hitting journalists though, Karen is undeniably a lot calmer, warmer and humbler. Her bark is powerful as it is true, but never loud enough to blur the public’s point of view. And no, this isn’t a result of valium overdose or a binge on tranquilizers. Instead, Karen charges these unique professional traits to her accumulated experiences as a broadcaster. “When I was younger, I used to be more impulsive when it came to formulating my own opinion. I’ve now realized that it pays to stand back a little and take more time before finally voicing my own opinion,” says Karen.
True enough, one would rarely, if not never, see Karen lose her cool in any of her TV shows or radio programs nowadays. Never bereft of class or tactic, she always puts extra effort in striking the right kind of balance between facts and opinion. By balance, she means airing both sides of the story no matter how she disagrees, or agrees, with the persons she’s talked to.
“Truth is a very relative thing. What I can do for my viewers and listeners is give them all the facts they need in order to come up with their own opinion,” she explains.
Though being an anchor on TV Patrol World canonized Karen to household-name status, she admits that her ultimate passion still lies in creating documentaries that speak of unknown stories in unconventional ways. “You are the stories you tell. As for myself, you’d see that the bulk of my documentaries consists of exposés on children’s welfare, women’s rights, and the environment,” she says. Karen also explains that documentaries fit her more explanatory and teacher-like personality, as compared to the few-minutes-per-item culture in primetime newscast.
Over the years, Karen has had her fair share of shedding light on overshadowed issues that need to be addressed by Filipinos. “Rugby,” for instance, is a unique medical investigation on the permanent harsh effects of long-term solvent-sniffing, a popular pastime among street children in the metro. Her eye-opening shocker “Batang Preso” also sent chills down the spine, as it showed the stories of children who were thrown into overcrowded jails for the pettiest reasons. Such passion and dedication has given Karen a number of accolades that most other journalists can only dream of. These include a silver medal from the New York TV & Film Festivals for “Rugby” in 2007 and a UNICEF Child Rights Award for “Batang Preso” in 2005. Karen has also been recognized as the Best Magazine Show host, best newscaster, and broadcaster of the year by various award-giving bodies such as the Star Awards, Rotary Club of Manila, among others.
However, earning all these awards, no matter how significant, is but a minute portion of Karen’s life as a watchdog of the public. According to her, pursuing worthwhile stories for her documentaries on ABS-CBN’s The Correspondents can take from two weeks to a month. She also insists on writing and producing her own segments, unlike some reputable media practitioners who let their “team” do the dirty work as they sip Starbucks in the makeup room. “I love my job. I feel privileged and humbled to be in a position to make a difference, have a voice, and possess the capacity to act,” she confesses.
Aside from exposing unheard of stories in a different light, the busy journalist, wife, and mother of two (David and Lucas) also takes time to use her reputation to help a number of charitable causes. Her ongoing stint as a goodwill ambassador for World Vision has helped the organization send more Filipino children to school. At least 683 Filipinos have decided to sponsor a child because of Karen’s involvement, adding P8 million to P10 million for the said institution. She is also an active ambassador of other non-profit groups such as the Haribon Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and UNESCO.
Despite having created such positive change for her audience here and around the world, Karen admits that being an advocate and a journalist is nothing compared to her life as a wife and mother. She is married to former newsman DJ Sta. Ana.
“My experiences as a mother are life-changing, especially, when I discovered that my son (David) fell under the autism spectrum, and had a speech deficiency,” she confesses. Determined to find a cure for her son, Karen harnessed her skills as a journalist by extensively studying biomedicines and other promising medical alternatives for David. Her efforts paid off. “David is now six years old and attends normal school. He’s a very bright boy,” brags the proud mom.
Having seen all these, one can say that it has been a fruitful decade and a half for Karen. Now a tried and tested journalist, advocate, mom, and wife, Karen admits that she still craves to learn and achieve greater things in the future. For starters, she wants to host a lighter magazine-type show with fun interviews that will appeal to younger audiences. Compared to what she’s already done, surely this next feat would prove to be a walk in the park. After all, she is a watchdog who mastered to sniff out the fire, without having to howl or bite off her class – a perfect combination for a journalist who finally wants to have some on-air fun.
“Every day is a learning experience. You may reach greater heights in your career, but the learning process is ongoing,” she concludes.
To whom much is given, much is expected. You can even do a Spiderman and say that with great power comes great responsibility.
Undoubtedly, Gina Lopez has become the heart of ABS-CBN, nay, the Lopez conglomerate. Equally comfortable in a boardroom and in the frontlines,
Gina is a perfect fit for the responsibility.
The concept and practice of corporate social responsibility or CSR — simply defined in Wikipedia as a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model — is a term much bandied about in business. It calls upon companies to meet their role in uplifting the quality of life in the communities where they operate.
In practical terms, the triple bottom line has taken precedence over more traditional indices of operational performance. Where it previously had been exclusively about the green stuff, the new trend and thinking has expanded the spectrum of values and criteria for measuring organizational success. Economic, ecological, and social impact are now all taken into consideration; people and planet now take precedence over profit. The onus has been effectively put on management to draw up and enforce fair labor practices and sustainable environmental policies – even as they reap economic benefit with a more lasting impact to the organization.
But talk, like policy, is cheap. They’ve never been known to help anyone save, perhaps, for the unscrupulous odd firm that treats CSR as nothing more than a page on its annual report. the notion of “responsibility” as nothing more than giving a one-time cash donation – complete with a complement of press people for maximum publicity points.
On the other hand, there are companies that have genuine desire to help others, with policies and practices continually evolving towards the attainment of true CSR. One such company is television giant ABS-CBN, trying to give back to society thanks in large part to Gina Lopez, head of the ABS-CBN Foundation.
For Gina, CSR (or its new evolution Sustained Social Responsibility or SSR) is not an abstract. Philanthropy is not work, it’s a state of mind, and she very well knows the immense opportunity that ABS-CBN opens. “Media are very powerful,” she said. “When they give me, say, 30 seconds of airtime, those 30 seconds are very effective in getting the message through.”
At first meeting, Regina “Gina” Lopez will impress you as someone who knows what she wants and, more importantly, how to get it. She is a woman who doesn’t waste time. For the People Asia shoot, she brought a handful of magazines and sheaves of paper, which she went through while being made up. When that was done, she wanted the interview to commence right away as her hair was being styled and finishing touches were applied on her face. Taking it a step further, she’s probably one who’s does not suffer fools gladly. “I’m impatient,” she declared, albeit with a smile.
But Gina is working on it through meditation techniques and yoga – something that she looks at as a way to improve not just her health, but her general sense of wellbeing.
Patience certainly comes handy in her work. As managing director of the Foundation, she is frequently thrust into positions and situations that test exactly that. But her abiding love for the work she does is apparent. She can talk about any aspect of the Foundation’s work with such vim and vigor. She can recite figures and facts from memory, and her eyes light up with the enthusiasm of a child.
And she knows how to take full advantage of the universality of the medium, and has conceived and implemented programs to this end. E-media shows, Bantay Bata 163, Bantay Kalikasan, and Bantay Foundation are just some of the trailblazing projects that have helped further an array of causes. “Education, nutrition, environment, money – these are simple, important things that make life complete,” she said when the ABS-CBN Foundation was launched in the United States. “The (economic) numbers alone don’t translate the nation’s progress.”
Whereas other companies have people high on the totem pole but low on CSR EQ, Gina is savvy and engaged. She is genuinely excited about the Pasig River cleanup campaign, which she spearheads in cooperation with local and national agencies, along with private companies who all have a stake in the rejuvenation of our storied yet much abused waterway. “We need to relocate the people who live along the riverbanks,” she insisted. And they have indeed begun to do just that. “In fact, people are lining up and are excited to be relocated.” She sees completion of the project this year.
This kind of “walk the talk” ethos has made Gina someone a much admired doer of good – a role model for aspiring CSR practitioners.
Consider that today she could just as easily be taking endless trips abroad living a life of leisure as a privileged beneficiary of her family’s many businesses. Fortunately for us, Gina gets her high doing meaningful, helpful work. She truly has found her place in the world right here, “I am in a privileged position to help them,” she shared in a past People Asia interview.
It wasn’t always so. She admits to being lost. For about two decades, she joined what she now considers a religious cult – much to the disappointment and worry of her parents. Still, this experience enabled her to live a life less than privileged – working with and for poor people in Africa and India.
Now, it seems she is making up for lost time. Just as her late father, Eugenio Lopez Jr., was a man of deed, Gina has learned the art of making things happen. It’s easy to see how people gravitate to Lopez – and follow her lead.
Recently, Gina and her brother Gabby Lopez (for ABS-CBN) were honored by the City of Manila – adding to a growing list of recognitions. The ABS-CBN chair and CEO was named Outstanding Manilan for Telecommunications and Broadcast for the “dynamic leadership of ABS-CBN.”
Gina, on the other hand, was cited for her Pasig River cleanup campaign “Kapit Bisig Para sa Ilog Pasig” and her initiatives for waste management and environment conservation. Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim conferred the twin honor to the Lopezes. Gina was also lauded for “her sincere love and concern for the underprivileged Filipino youth.”
Asked if she would eventually like to venture into politics, Gina replied: “Why should I when I am already able to help so many people where I am right now?”
Politics, she added, can actually become a hindrance for good deeds. At the end of the day, government can do nothing without cooperation and the support of the private sector. And certainly, Gina is a shining beacon in that area. “If every individual commits to work for public service… whatever happens, we’ll still make a difference in this country,” she said.
So, public office or not, CSR or whatever, the ABS-CBN Foundation managing director will continue to see how she can be of service to those most in need.
Source: Kap Maceda Aguila, People Asia
KINUMPIRMA ni Aga Muhlach ang balitang kasama dapat ang nasirang beauty queen na si Melody Gersbach sa rom-com series nila ni Ai Ai de las Alas na M3 (Malay Mo Ma-develop).
Ayon kay Aga nang matsika namin siya sa pa-dinner niya kamakalawa para sa mga kaibigan niya sa press, totoong nag-pictorial na ang 2009 Bb. Pilipinas-International na si Melody para sa M3 at nakasama niya ang dalaga sa pictorial.
Tahimik lang at hindi nagsasalita ang impression ni Aga sa Fil-German beauty queen na nasawi sa isang vehicular accident nu’ng Sabado.
Hindi sure si Aga kung bakit hindi natuloy si Melody sa show, pero tila may contractual obligations pa ang dalaga sa Bb. Pilipinas nu’ng mga panahon na ‘yon kaya naunsyami ang pagpasok nito sa showbiz. Ang pumalit sa role niya ay si Megan Young.
Sabi pa ni Aga, nabalitaan niya ang naturang aksidente at alam niyang may namatay na beauty queen, pero hindi raw niya alam na si Melody pala ‘yon. Ang writer ng M3 ang nagsabi sa kanya kinabukasan na si Melody ‘yon.
Nalungkot si Aga at naawa sa masaklap na sinapit ni Melody. Nakikiramay siya sa mga naiwan ng 24-anyos na dalagang Bicolana.
The past seven months have been a roller-coaster ride for Andi Eigenmann. From being just the daughter of Jaclyn Jose and Mark Gil, Andi made a name for herself as an actress, thanks to ABS-CBN for giving her the title role in the teleserye Agua Bendita. Now elevated to the star status, the 19-year old is among the most recognized faces in showbiz, appearing in TV commercials, billboards, posters, print ads, and magazine covers.
But in her recent exclusive interview with Chalk magazine where she appears on the cover, Andi tells how she handles the downside of being famous, which is dealing with intrigues. The young actress shared the values she learned from her parents. “If it’s true, I’d admit it. But the thing is, I’m not stupid enough to do crazy things that I would want people to know.”
She added that she already knows about the ugly side of showbiz life when she asked her mom’s permission if she could pursue acting. Andi explained the key to surviving is staying true to one’s self. “What matters is being yourself. Why would I pretend? I’m not doing anything wrong. I don’t have bad intentions. It’s okay naman pala. I’ve been myself these past months, and I think I’m doing a pretty good job.”
But what about those people who make up stuff just to put her in a bad light? “People might take the things I do or say against me, but I don’t care. Because if I really did it or said it, why would I deny it? If they change what I said, I don’t care about them! Why are they making a big fuss about my life?”
Read Andi’s full interview plus her thoughts on beauty and fashion in the September issue of Chalk Magazine.
For those of you who missed Sharon Cuneta’s unforgettable reunion with Gabby Concepcion on TV, grab a copy of the July to September issue of Sharon At Home magazine to relive the exclusive behind-the-scene kilig stories of that momentous event. From the moment Gabby walked on stage and flubbed his opening song after one look at Sharon to his light banter about missing Sharon’s delicious cooking all these years. The Megastar also wrote in this issue how their heartwarming reunion had given her peace of mind. “You really can’t say you’ve moved on if you haven’t forgiven. Gabby and I will always be connected because of our daughter. And hey, there were happy times when we were still a family.”
Aside from such exciting revelations, Sharon also shared her exclusive photos from her concert tour in the States last year. She also notes her interaction with her fans, the people she worked with including KC Concepcion, and sightseeing with her family in between her shows. For Sharon, nothing beats the feeling of being surrounded by her loved ones even when she’s busy with work. “On our bus ride to San Francisco from Reno, we saw what was left of that winter’s snow and asked our driver to let us get off for some photos. It was Frankie and Miel’s first time to see snow even if most of it had melted,” she stated.
To read more about the reunion and Sharon’s trip abroad, grab a copy of Sharon at Home Magazine.
James Yap and Kris Aquino already met again during the hearing of the former’s petition for visitation rights to their son Baby James at the Makati Regional Trial Court last Friday, August 20. Although they have come to terms on that aspect, there have been more speculations about the division of their properties now that the fact that Kris and James have no pre-nuptial agreement has become public knowledge. Kris reportedly earned a total of 300 million pesos while James earned 20 million in the five years that they were together.
StarStudio Magazine’s September issue gives its readers a better understanding of the soft spoken Derby Ace hotshot with a full-blown feature of one of his games at the recently-concluded PBA Fiesta Conference. People close to him even attest to his strength and discipline when it comes to handling pressure of any kind. “Kapag kausap mo siya, napaka-soft spoken.Sinasarili niya yung nararamdaman niya,” says one of his close relatives when asked to describe James’s personality. Coach Ryan Gregorio agrees as he shares that James “possesses an uncanny ability to shut off the world outside when he is on the court.”
Grab a copy of StarStudio Magazine to find out more about Philippine Basketball Association’s two-time MVP awardee James Yap.
TV Patrol World‘s coverage of the hostage drama last Monday received a whopping 41.8% rating to be the most-watched program nationwide on that day.
Its rival news program, Saksi, came in second with 31.5 percent. Primetime fantasy series Noah, Momay and Agua Bendita placed 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively.
Showtime (16.2%), on the other hand, showed strength and has overtaken Eat Bulaga! (15.8%).
Comparative National TV Ratings on August 23:
Gising Pilipinas (1.1%) vs. OFW Diaries (Replay) (1.3%)
Kabayan (2.3%) / Umagang Kay Ganda (6.7%) vs. Unang Hirit (4.3%)
Dora The Explorer (6.4%) vs. Doraemon (6.5%)
Spongebob Squarepants (7.2%) vs. Detective Conan (7.4%)
Simply KC (6.2%) vs. Knock Out (7.0%) / Love Ni Mister Love Ni Misis (5.3%)
Banana Split (8.3%) vs. Danz Showdown (7.4%)
Kapamilya Blockbusters “Apat Dapat Dapat” (17.2%) vs. Kapuso Movie Festival “Anak Ng Kumander” (13.0%)
Showtime (16.2%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (15.8%)
Pilipinas Win Na Win! (12.2%) vs. Ang Yaman Ni Lola (13.3%) / Trudis Liit (13.7%)
Rosalka (13.9%) / Impostor (15.0%) vs. Basahang Ginto (13.8%)
Panahon Ko ‘To! (11.9%) vs. Wipeout (11.8%)
He’s Beautiful (17.4%) vs. Hole In The Wall (14.7%)
Elena M. Patron’s Momay (28.4%) vs. Langit Sa Piling Mo (19.1%)
TV Patrol World (41.8%) vs. 24 Oras (31.5%)
Noah (31.4%) vs. Pilyang Kerubin (17.9%)
Rod Santiago’s Agua Bendita (27.3%) vs. Ilumina (14.2%)
TV Patrol (Special Coverage) (19.5%) vs. Endless Love (11.1%)
Bandila (8.8%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (9.6%)
XXX (Exklusibong Explosibong Expose) (4.0%) / Music Uplate Live (1.6%) vs. I-Witness The GMA Documentaries (4.0%)
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