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Sunshine Guimary binansagang ‘Pambansang Walang Bra’ ng netizens

MATINDING pasabog ang pinakawalan ng super-sexy Cebuana na si Sunshine Guimary sa YouTube kamakailan sa pamamagitan ng dalawang episode sa kanyang channel na ngayo’y sikat na sa tawag na “No Bra Series.” Sa unang episode, “No Bra Challenge Part 1/Ako’y Alipin Mo,” naglinis si Sunshine ng bahay na ang suot lang ay maluwag na T-shirt […] The post Sunshine Guimary binansagang ‘Pambansang Walang Bra’ ng netizens appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Source: Pinoyparazzi PinoyparazziCategory: NewsJul 1st, 2020Related News

New digital channel & lsquo;Heart of Asia& rsquo; launched& nbsp;

As it celebrates its 70th anniversary, GMA Network continues to change the game in providing top-notch entertainment to every Filipino household with the launch of its new digital TV channel Heart of Asia......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesJul 1st, 2020Related News

Kapamilya maintains broadcast on ABS-CBN TVPlus not covered by NTC& rsquo;s CDO

ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak appealed to Congress for due process as the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) stated it will issue a cease and desist order (CDO) on the broadcast of ABS-CBN programs on channel 43 frequency at the House panel hearing on ABS-CBN’s franchise on June 29......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesJul 1st, 2020Related News

NTC ipinatigil na ang pagpapalabas ng ABS-CBN programs sa TVplus, Skycable operation

TULUYAN nang ipinatigil ng National Telecommunications Commission ang pagpapalabas ng ABS-CBN sa TVplus at ipinasara ang subsidiary nito na SkyCable dahil sa expired na prangkisa. Sa isang Order, ipinahinto ng NTC ang ABS-CBN sa pagpapalabas nito gamit ang Channel 43 na siyang pumapasok sa mga TVplus digital boxes. Sa isang pahayag sinabi ng ABS-CBN na […] The post NTC ipinatigil na ang pagpapalabas ng ABS-CBN programs sa TVplus, Skycable operation appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 1st, 2020Related News

ABS-CBN sinagot ang ‘alias cease and desist order’ mula sa NTC

NATANGGAP na ng ABS-CBN ang alias cease and desist order (CDO) mula sa National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) na ipinapatigil ang digital TV transmission ng ABS-CBN sa Metro Manila gamit ang channel 43. Hindi man nakasaad ang channel 43 sa CDO ng NTC noong Mayo 5, 2020, at sa pagkakaintindi ng ABS-CBN ay hindi sakop ng […] The post ABS-CBN sinagot ang ‘alias cease and desist order’ mula sa NTC appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJul 1st, 2020Related News

Patriots owner s prostitution case heads to appellate court

By TERRY SPENCER Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Prosecutors charging New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft with twice buying sex from massage parlor prostitutes will attempt to save their case this week by arguing to an appeals court that his rights weren't violated when police secretly video-recorded him in the act. Prosecutors will tell the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal during an online hearing Tuesday that a county judge erred when he invalidated the January 2019 search warrant allowing police to install secret cameras at Orchids of Asia spa as part of an alleged sex trafficking investigation. The judge said the warrant didn’t sufficiently protect the privacy of innocent customers who received legal massages, and he barred the videos’ use at trial as well as testimony about what they showed. If the ruling stands, it will deal a fatal blow to the prosecution's case. “Mr. Kraft's guilt is a virtual certainty” and he has no right to benefit from any possible mistakes police made involving innocent customers, Deputy Solicitor General Jeffrey DeSousa wrote in court documents. Kraft's attorneys vehemently disagreed, arguing that if the three-justice panel allows the videos' use, “civil liberties cherished in Florida and beyond” will be endangered. “If the state wins this appeal, then everyone loses, not just the accused,” attorney Frank Shepherd wrote. “Government could run roughshod over privacy and constitutional rights while evading scrutiny.” The Jupiter police recordings led to misdemeanor charges against Kraft and two dozen other alleged Orchids of Asia customers. The spa owners and some employees are charged with prostitution-related felonies. Most cases are in limbo while the appeals are heard. If prosecutors can’t use the videos, they would almost certainly dismiss any misdemeanor charges awaiting trial. Some defendants took plea deals but Kraft refused. The felony cases could proceed, as those have other evidence besides the videos. Kraft, a 79-year-old widower and part-time Palm Beach resident, has pleaded not guilty but issued a public apology. He faces a possible one-year jail sentence if convicted, but would likely receive a fine, community service and other sanctions. Kraft, whom Forbes Magazine ranks as the 82nd richest American with a worth of almost $7 billion, is employing several high-priced attorneys to fight the charges. DeSousa submitted several arguments against Palm Beach County Judge Leonard Hanser's ruling. Among them: — The warrant is valid because police minimized any privacy invasion by having only three detectives monitor video. Any further minimization, such as recording only snippets of each massage, would have made the investigation impossible. — Kraft illegally paid for sex and is lawfully covered by the warrant, even if the justices determine police violated innocent customers' privacy rights. — If the warrant is invalid, the detectives relied on it “in good faith” and a sanction banning the video is too extreme. Shepherd submitted several counterarguments for Kraft. They include: — Detectives' privacy protection efforts were insufficient because they recorded seminude men and women receiving legal massages, making the Kraft recordings also illegal. — Police had enough evidence to charge the spa owners with felonies without recording, making the cameras “wholly gratuitous." — The evidence detectives presented to obtain the magistrate's warrant approval was “deliberately misleading,” negating any argument they acted in good faith. The justices won’t immediately rule after the hearing; decisions usually takes weeks. The losing side will likely appeal to the Florida Supreme Court, which could accept the case or let the justices’ ruling stand. Authorities say the Orchids of Asia investigation was part of a multicounty probe into possible sex trafficking by spa owners who they believe brought women from China and elsewhere to work as prostitutes. About 300 people were charged with various felonies and misdemeanors, but no trafficking charges were pursued — prosecutors say they received no cooperation from masseuses whom they suspect were trafficked. According to police, Kraft's chauffeur drove him to Orchids of Asia on the evening of Jan. 19, 2019, where detectives recorded him engaging in a sex act with two women and then paying an undetermined amount in cash. Investigators said Kraft returned the next morning and engaged in recorded sex acts with a woman before paying with a $100 bill and another bill. Hours later, Kraft was in Kansas City for the AFC Championship game, where his Patriots defeated the Chiefs. His team then won the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, the Patriots’ sixth NFL championship under his ownership. Prosecutors offered to drop the charges if Kraft entered a diversion program for first-time offenders. That would include an admission he would be found guilty if the case went to trial, a $5,000 fine, 100 hours of community service and attending a class on the dangers of prostitution and its connection to human trafficking. The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. EDT Tuesday on the court's YouTube channel......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 29th, 2020Related News

ABS-CBN prexy muling umapela ng patas na pagtrato sa Kamara

MULING umapela si ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak sa Kamara de Representantes kanina na itrato ang kanilang channel gaya ng pagtrato nito sa ibang channel ng mag-aplay ng legislative franchise. Ginaw ani Katigbak ang apela sa joint hearing ng House committees on Legislative Franchise at on Good Government and Public Accountability kung saan iginiit […] The post ABS-CBN prexy muling umapela ng patas na pagtrato sa Kamara appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 29th, 2020Related News

NTC ipatitigil ang patuloy na pagpapalabas ng ABS-CBN sa TVPlus

IPATITIGIL ng National Telecommunications Commission ang patuloy na pagpapalabas ng ABS-CBN Corp. ng mga programa nito gamit ang ibang channel. Sa joint hearing ng House committees on Legislative Franchise at on Good Government and Public Accountability sinabi ni National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) Commissioner Gamaliel Cordoba na magpapalabas ito ng Alias Cease and Desist Order laban […] The post NTC ipatitigil ang patuloy na pagpapalabas ng ABS-CBN sa TVPlus appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 29th, 2020Related News

Kai Sotto s coach at TSF believes he s ready for the big time

The coach that guided Kai Sotto when he first went to the US believes that it's just a matter of time before the 7'2" Filipino teen phenom plays in the NBA. When Sotto decided to go to America to chase his NBA dream, he landed in Atlanta and played for The Skill Factory under coach Rob Johnson. In less than a year there, Johnson saw more than enough to believe that Kai is destined for the big time. After his stint at TSF, Sotto took a major step towards the NBA by signing with the G League, where he'll team up with other top prospects like top-ranked Jalen Green. "I believe the G League will be a great challenge for Kai. I believe he is prepared to play at that level," Johnson told the Olympic Channel. "He just needs to take advantage of the opportunities in front of him and continue to improve," he added. The level of play Kai will face in the G League will be different and far better. But based on his time at TSF, Johnson is confident that Sotto will be able to take everything in and come out as an evolved as an evolved player. "Kai has a great attitude about training, he is a gym rat. He loves finding out information to apply to his game and to help him improve," Johnson said. "Kai has great basketball IQ. He is easy to coach and understands instructions and concepts at a very high level," he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 29th, 2020Related News

10 things that make Alyssa Valdez phenomenal

Alyssa Valdez has arguably made the biggest impact in Philippine volleyball.   Her skills, passion and charisma endeared her to volleyball supporters, purists or casual fans, from all walks of life. She brings energy and leadership to every team that she’s joined. Valdez draws a huge crowd every time she plays. Valdez is the poster girl of the sport that for years struggled to draw mainstream attention in a nation which considers basketball as its biggest sporting event. The 27-year old pride of San Juan, Batangas is the face of local volleyball. So on her birthday today, let’s look at some of the things that makes the Phenom really phenomenal.   Two-time UAAP women’s champion Valdez is Ateneo de Manila University’s undisputed Queen Eagle. Talks about the Lady Eagles’ breakthrough championship will not be complete without the mention of her name. After two years of bridesmaid finishes, Ateneo bagged its first-ever UAAP title in 2014 after beating the thrice-to-beat De La Salle University in four games in the Finals despite leading a young band of Lady Eagles playing under the new system of Thai coach Tai Bundit. The following year, Ateneo, with Valdez at the helm, retained its crown in a tournament-sweeping fashion.      Three-time UAAP Most Valuable Player Her skills during her collegiate career stood out among her peers. Valdez’s effort was rewarded with three Most Valuable Player awards in Season 76, Season 77 and in her last playing year in Season 78 in 2016. She also pocketed the Season 76 Finals MVP award.   Young phenom Valdez didn’t build her reputation overnight. It was her hard work and effort that brought her where she is right now. She was still a diamond in the rough when she was recruited by University of Sto. Tomas in a regional meet. But the Espana-based squad polished Valdez into a real gem of a player. Valdez, backed by a powerful lineup that featured the likes of Kim Fajardo and Jaja Santiago, won three straight UAAP girls’ titles and in the process collected three season MVPs. She was also named UAAP high school athlete of the year twice.        National team mainstay With her talents, dedication and good work ethics, Valdez has been a mainstay with the national team. Her first tour of duty was in 2008 when she represented the country in the Asian Youth Championship held in Pasig City. She joined the PHI Team in the 2014 FIVB Southeast Asian Zone qualifier in Vietnam. In 2015, she donned the tricolors for the Asian U-23 Championship and on the same year saw action in the country’s return in the Southeast Asian Games in Singapore after a decade of absence. Since then Valdez participated in the 2017 Kuala Lumpur and 2019 Manila SEA Games. She also took part in the 2017 Asian Senior Women’s Championship and the 2018 Jakarta Asian Games.     2015 SEA Games flagbearer Valdez also carries the honor as being the first-ever volleyball player to become the PHI flag-bearer in the SEA Games. She marched holding the national color in front of Team Philippines during the traditional parade of nations inside the OCBC Arena in the 2015 Singapore SEA Games.   Accomplished commercial league star She has been collecting commercial league titles since high school starting from the Shakey’s Girls Volleyball League. Valdez was also successful in the different conferences of the defunct V-League, racking up championships and individual accolades. In the Premier Volleyball League, she powered Creamline to three titles including a sweep of the Season 2 Reinforced and Open Conferences in 2018. She won three conference MVP awards.      Import abroad International leagues took notice of Valdez’s talents and charm so it’s not surprising that she landed offers to play abroad. Valdez played as an import in Thailand for 3BB Nakornnont from 2016 to 2017. After her stint in Thailand, Valdez flew to Taiwan to play for Attack Line.   Host, Actress, TV personality Valdez is a regular fixture in different sports shows in ABS-CBN S+A. She’s a host, courtside reporter and a game analyst.   Valdez also had a few showbiz stints. She appeared in some Kapamilya teleserye including a cameo in ‘And I Love You So’ in 2016 alongside Julia Barretto and Miles Ocampo and in the movie ‘My Letters to Happy’ with by TJ Trinidad and Glaiza De Castro.    Aside from her TV and movie career, Valdez is also one of the most recognizable athlete product endorsers.   Social media influencer She is also one of the most popular Filipino athlete on social media. As of posting, Valdez has 1.9 million Twitter followers, 1.3 million followers on Instagram and her YouTube channel has more than 76,000 subscribers.   Featured in the Olympics Channel website While the likes of Sisi Rondina, Jaja Santiago and Bryan Bagunas were featured in the FIVB website, Valdez’s impact on Philippine Volleyball was highlighted in a feature article in no less than the Olympic Channel website. The article touched about her humble beginnings to her meteoric rise and why she is regarded as the nation’s brightest star in the sport. These are just some of the things take make Valdez a true pride of our nation in the sport Happy birthday, Alyssa!.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 29th, 2020Related News

Volleyball players think staredowns sure to stay in the new normal

Staredowns are sure to stay in volleyball. Actually, it might be the norm in the new normal when the time comes that volleyball leagues are allowed to resume their respective tournaments. In the pilot episode of TBH, collegiate stars Ponggay Gaston of Ateneo de Manila University, Michelle Cobb of De La Salle University, University of Sto. Tomas’ Eya Laure and Rosie Rosier of University of the Philippines talked about different topics including the return of volleyball. Gaston felt that volleyball should be one of the sports that the government should allow to resume once the health crisis gets better. “Kasi it's less contact di ba? It’s a non-contact sport and dream ko sana makalaro na tayo,” said the team captain of the reigning UAAP champions Lady Eagles.   “Wala na lang manonood, maybe televised. Pero iniisip ko kasi there’s so many technical things that are needed to be than for this to happen,” Gaston added. “Pero sana volleyball ang mauna kasi anim na lang kayo sa court hindi naman magkadikit ang posisyon di ba?” However, the Ateneo star also wondered how they would react on court if they have to follow physical distancing. “Pero ang iniisip ko sanay tayong makipagyakapan sa teammates, mag-apir-apir lalo na ‘pag in the moment lalo na kapag nagka-point. I guess ngayon kailangan staredown, staredown muna,” said Gaston, drawing laughter from the crew especially Laure and Cobb. The Lady Spikers setter and Tigresses’ top hitter are notorious with their staredowns and gestures to express their emotions during games. “Forte ko na ‘yan no! Di na ‘yan new normal,” Cobb quipped. Laure chimed in. “Normal pa din sa amin 'yung ganoon,” said the UAAP Season 81 Rookie of the Year. “It’s gonna be a part of the new normal,” Gaston said. “Kasi di ka naman lumalapit sa tao, titingnan mo lang eh di ba?” Shifting to serious talk, the group also discussed the possibility of holding games behind closed doors. “Imagine playing sa big game tapos ang tahimik,” said Cobb. Laure mentioned how her brother Echo celebrated the back-to-back boys’ basketball championships of Nazareth School of National University in an empty arena.    “Iba pa rin feeling kapag may nanonood,” said Laure. For Rosier, it will definitely be different but sports in general must adapt to the current health situation.  “It’s gonna be super different without allowing people watching. It’s gonna be hard but I think it’s this thing about sports it’s adaptable, its flexible,” she said. “For a new normal there must be a way to advertise sports and at the same time enjoy it.” Catch ‘TBH’ every Tuesday with replays at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on LIGA Channel 86, and LIGA HD on Channel 183 on SKY Cable and Destiny......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 24th, 2020Related News

Discovery Channel delves into & lsquo;Black Lives Matter& rsquo; movement

To better understand the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement that recently shook America and the rest of the world, Discovery Channel airs special features tackling the sensitive and significant topics of racism and police brutality from June 26 to 28. .....»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesJun 24th, 2020Related News

The daring newbies of Gameboys

In case you’ve been glued onto somewhere else, you must have overlooked a series called Gameboys on The IdeaFirst Company’s YouTube channel that has been trending since it started streaming recently......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesJun 24th, 2020Related News

ABS-CBN presents Kapamilya Channel s new station ID

ABS-CBN revealed on YouTube last Friday the official station ID of its new cable channel, Kapamilya Channel......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJun 22nd, 2020Related News

The Phenom graces Olympic Channel

While her fellow spikers basked in the glory of their respective feats in recent FIVB website articles, Alyssa Valdez raised the bar a notch higher, landing a spot in no less than the Olympic Channel platform......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJun 20th, 2020Related News

Alyssa Valdez s phenomenal rise featured in Olympic Channel website

Alyssa Valdez s phenomenal rise featured in Olympic Channel website.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJun 19th, 2020Related News

Egypt flies abused workers out of Libya

CAIRO, Egypt (AFP) — Egypt repatriated 23 laborers early Thursday from western Libya after allegations that forces allied to the UN-recognized government had detained and abused them, private television channel CBC Extra and a security source said. The 23 workers arrived at Marsa Matrouh, a Mediterranean resort town in northwest Egypt, the security source told […] The post Egypt flies abused workers out of Libya appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJun 19th, 2020Related News

ABS-CBN Sports airs 1st MPL-PH Champion meet on LIGA, iWant

More esports action is coming for Filipinos as ABS-CBN Sports delivers the live coverage of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League-Philippines Champion Invitational featuring the country’s top esports players from June 20 to 21 and June 27 to 28 on LIGA cable sports channel......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: SportsJun 18th, 2020Related News

Kamara hinimok na tignan ang kontribusyon ng ABS-CBN sa bansa

UMAPELA si ABS-CBN vice chairman Atty. Augusto “Jake” Almeda-Lopez sa Kongreso na kilalanin ang naging kontribusyon ng channel 2 at ang 11,000 empleyado na umaasa rito. Sa pagdinig ng House committees on Legislative Franchises at on Good Government and Public Accountability, nagsasalita si Lopez kaugnay ng kahalagahan ng ABS-CBN ng putulin ang pagsasalita nito. “Can […] The post Kamara hinimok na tignan ang kontribusyon ng ABS-CBN sa bansa appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsJun 18th, 2020Related News

ABS-CBN Sports airs 1st MPL-PH Champion Invitational on LIGA, iWant

More esports action is coming for Filipinos as ABS-CBN Sports delivers the live coverage of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League - Philippines Champion Invitational featuring the country's top esports players from June 20 to 21 and June 27 to 28 on LIGA cable sports channel......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: SportsJun 17th, 2020Related News