In recent statement, ABS-CBN has announced that it is bringing back its iconic educational programs Sine’skwela, Bayani, and Hiraya Manawari to bring valuable lessons to young viewers starting tomorrow, Saturday (March 28).
Amidst the enhanced community quarantine brought by the threat of COVID-19 in many parts of the Philippines, and the world, coffee brand Kopiko continues to be undeterred in extending a helping hand, especially to Filipinos most affected during this trying time.
Beyond watching every video clip, show and movie in your binge-list, here are some of the available resources you can make full use of to maximize and increase your productivity even without the structure of going and leaving the office or school.
To keep runners active, present, and connected, starting March 23, adidas Runners captains and coaches from around the globe will be leading daily live virtual sessions on the adidas Runners Instagram page.
#HealingHearts is a series of Facebook Live streams from various GMA Artist Center artists, where they sing inspirational songs to spark hope and encourage people to be more positive and strong during these trying times, when COVID-19 is affecting the lives of everyone.
Homegrown sardine brand, Ligo Sardines, recently shared an biting ad that indirectly takes a swipe at recent call for emergency powers by the President in addressing the COVID-19 crisis, and we are all here for it.
ABS-CBN, through its Pantawid Pagibig initiative, is set to stage a fundraising concert featuring more than 100 of its Kapamilya stars via “At Home Together Concert”. The three-hour concert will be simultaneously aired on ABS-CBN channels, and streamed on the network’s social media channels.
Rank Magazine statement on releasing timely, informative, and substantial content in the time of a pandemic.
In a bid to push for more efforts to help health workers at the frontlines in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak, Tulong Kapatid, the corporate social responsibility consortium of companies, foundations, and affiliates led by businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan recently shared measures undertaken in order to show significant amount of support.
In light of the air of uncertainty seemingly blanketing the country and the world, brought by the worsening cases of the COVID-19 pandemic, Golden Arches Development Corporation, behind McDonald’s Philippines, majority of which is owned and operated by Dr. George T. Yang, has recently announced the release of a response fund of P500 million pesos dedicated to enable the company to provide assistance for its employees and the communities it serves.
The New Agenda
The Philippines, through Mikhail Red, scored big with an unprecedented industry milestone. Right at the tail-end of 2019, 'Dead Kids' became the first locally-made film ever to be licensed and released by streaming powerhouse, Netflix.
The hype is good and beautiful. But after the film’s explosive thrust in the global scene, the fan frenzy, and the critical acclaim, what’s left is the inimitable display of acting prowess from the film’s lead cast, Kelvin Miranda, Vance Larena, Gabby Padilla, Khalil Ramos, and Jan Silverio. 'Dead Kids', after all, has been seen not just as a source of Filipino pride, but a potent harbinger of the rise of the future of Philippine entertainment.
For The New Agenda Issue, let this be a declaration, take a look into the future with these young talents.
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