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We aim to positively influence the content of our local TV programming in terms of values portrayed; decency in speech, dressing and action; contribution to intellectual development of viewers; promotion of a healthy love for country; and, respect for religious beliefs.


Posted on : 13-09-2013 | By : TAG | In : Tidbits



Catch and watch “Lorenzo” today and tomorrow, September 13 and 14, 2013 at 1pm and 6pm in De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde SDA Theater, 5th Floor, SDA Building, 950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila.  Produced by Christopher de Leon, music is by Ryan Cayabyab, book and lyrics by Juan Ekis, Paul Dumol, in collaboration with Joem Antonio.

A must see!  Excellent and beautifully portrayed, this musical play is about the first Filipino Saint Lorenzo Ruiz.


Saint Bernadette College of Alabang – Talk to Parents on Educating the Children about Sexuality

Last September 7, 2013, Tony and Ching Aunario gave a presentation on educating the children about sexuality to parents at the Saint Bernadette College of Alabang in Muntinlupa City  at the SBCA Basic Education Building.  The talk was arranged by the SBCA’s  Principal, Mrs. Ma. Flordeliza Rabonza de Guzman, for the First Quarterly Parenting Talk.  The school offers education from Nursery to College, with a population of about 500.  Mr. Jun-jun Butaslac, President of SBCA’s Parents Association, actively participated in the lecture-presentation.

Focus was made on the virtues of Holy Purity and Chastity which were discussed at length to highlight their vital importance in the children’s formative years.  The talk referred also to the Reproductive Health (RH) law now pending in the Supreme Court which conducted the Oral Arguments.  The RH law, among others, aggressively promotes the use of free contraceptives that encourages promiscuity, and mandatory sex education in schools to children that should be taught primarily by parents in a loving atmosphere of the family. Moreover, discussion was made about the concern regarding the increasing teen-age pregnancies from 7.1% to 11.7% as reported recently by the National Statistics Office (NSO).  In absolute figures, this translates to millions of unwed young mothers who are unprepared with the responsibility of taking care of the newborn.  A question and answer portion ensued to further elucidate the points taken up in the presentation.

Emphasis was likewise focused on the crucial role in social responsibility of television network operators, film makers, advertisers, fashion setters, media men and women.  They can enhance the content of  TV programs, movies, advertisements, fashion and media works that inspire ennobling ideas, images, messages, signals  and values to portray positive role models for the young who are our hope as future leaders imbued with moral fibre.

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