Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

edited February 2010 in News and Articles
Philippine Daily Inquirer - Leila Salaverria (10Feb10) SORRY POPSTERS! MAY NAPUTOL SO I EDITED IT AGAIN....PLEASE READ ON AGAIN..you will not like this....[/color]



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Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

By Leila Salaverria
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he has also gotten TV host Willie Revillame and popular singer-actress Sarah Geronimo to endorse him.

According to Calleja, the media outfit also has to stop airing the shows of the entertainer, or the column of the columnist.

He added that media personalities and actors should also not claim that they made the endorsement commercial before the campaign period began, because the advertisement could still be aired in rallies or uploaded on the Internet, and thus could still be used to boost a candidate's profile.

Calleja said that since the Comelec's resolution implementing RA 9006 was promulgated only recently, the law would be in effect by next week.

Violation of the Fair Election Act is punishable by one to six years' imprisonment.



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  • edited February 2010
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:44 PM:
    Popsters....you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    “They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he

    if the rule will take effect next week it means we could not see a lot of celebrities not only on channel 2 but on the other channels as well...what's gonna happen on the tv industry kung magleleave of absence during the campaign period ang mga big stars ng bawat channel...how about the commercials? bawal din ba i-air? if yes, its a bad timing sa sunsilk mini -series ni Sarah...and how about the movie of Sarah and Judy Ann? matutuloy kaya ang showing sa april? these are some questions that we need to know the answer...
  • edited 7:01PM
    czarina1201 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:58 PM:
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:44 PM:
    Popsters....you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    “They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he

    if the rule will take effect next week it means we could not see a lot of celebrities not only on channel 2 but on the other channels as well...what's gonna happen on the tv industry kung magleleave of absence during the campaign period ang mga big stars ng bawat channel...how about the commercials? bawal din ba i-air? if yes, its a bad timing sa sunsilk mini -series ni Sarah...and how about the movie of Sarah and Judy Ann? matutuloy kaya ang showing sa april? these are some questions that we need to know the answer...

    UNFAIR ito sa mga artista kasi trabaho nila yon... at isa pa hindi naman sila ang kandidato
  • edited 7:01PM
    Grendaizer wrote on Feb 10 2010, 07:24 PM:
    czarina1201 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:58 PM:
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:44 PM:
    Popsters....you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    “They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he

    if the rule will take effect next week it means we could not see a lot of celebrities not only on channel 2 but on the other channels as well...what's gonna happen on the tv industry kung magleleave of absence during the campaign period ang mga big stars ng bawat channel...how about the commercials? bawal din ba i-air? if yes, its a bad timing sa sunsilk mini -series ni Sarah...and how about the movie of Sarah and Judy Ann? matutuloy kaya ang showing sa april? these are some questions that we need to know the answer...

    UNFAIR ito sa mga artista kasi trabaho nila yon... at isa pa hindi naman sila ang kandidato

    just wondering if the same rule was implemented in 2004 election.
  • edited 7:01PM
    czarina1201 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 07:47 PM:
    Grendaizer wrote on Feb 10 2010, 07:24 PM:
    czarina1201 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:58 PM:
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:44 PM:
    Popsters....you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    “They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he

    if the rule will take effect next week it means we could not see a lot of celebrities not only on channel 2 but on the other channels as well...what's gonna happen on the tv industry kung magleleave of absence during the campaign period ang mga big stars ng bawat channel...how about the commercials? bawal din ba i-air? if yes, its a bad timing sa sunsilk mini -series ni Sarah...and how about the movie of Sarah and Judy Ann? matutuloy kaya ang showing sa april? these are some questions that we need to know the answer...

    UNFAIR ito sa mga artista kasi trabaho nila yon... at isa pa hindi naman sila ang kandidato

    just wondering if the same rule was implemented in 2004 election.

    Hindi dahil tuloy pa rin ng program si BOY and KRIS kahit endorser sila ni GMA.
  • edited February 2010
    Grendaizer wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:50 PM:
    czarina1201 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 07:47 PM:
    Grendaizer wrote on Feb 10 2010, 07:24 PM:
    czarina1201 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:58 PM:
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:44 PM:
    Popsters....you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    “They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he

    if the rule will take effect next week it means we could not see a lot of celebrities not only on channel 2 but on the other channels as well...what's gonna happen on the tv industry kung magleleave of absence during the campaign period ang mga big stars ng bawat channel...how about the commercials? bawal din ba i-air? if yes, its a bad timing sa sunsilk mini -series ni Sarah...and how about the movie of Sarah and Judy Ann? matutuloy kaya ang showing sa april? these are some questions that we need to know the answer...

    UNFAIR ito sa mga artista kasi trabaho nila yon... at isa pa hindi naman sila ang kandidato

    just wondering if the same rule was implemented in 2004 election.

    Hindi dahil tuloy pa rin ng program si BOY and KRIS kahit endorser sila ni GMA.


    Sorry may naputol sa article which answers your questions.....pakibasa na lang ulit yung edited article sa itaas...thanks.
  • edited 7:01PM
    matagal na tong guidelines na to 9 years ago na pero di namn nila napapatupad...sumagot na yung legal department ng abs-cbn...meron silang sariling guidelines..bawal babanggitin ung name ng candidate na ine-endorse ng isang artist on cam sa show nila....correct me if i'm wrong pero parang ganon ang pagkaunawa ko...
  • edited 7:01PM
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 07:44 PM:
    SORRY POPSTERS! MAY NAPUTOL SO I EDITED IT AGAIN....PLEASE READ ON AGAIN..you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he has also gotten TV host Willie Revillame and popular singer-actress Sarah Geronimo to endorse him.

    According to Calleja, the media outfit also has to stop airing the shows of the entertainer, or the column of the columnist.

    He added that media personalities and actors should also not claim that they made the endorsement commercial before the campaign period began, because the advertisement could still be aired in rallies or uploaded on the Internet, and thus could still be used to boost a candidate's profile.

    Calleja said that since the Comelec's resolution implementing RA 9006 was promulgated only recently, the law would be in effect by next week.

    Violation of the Fair Election Act is punishable by one to six years' imprisonment.



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    napaka unfair nman!!..
    kung ipapatupad nla yan??..pano na yung ibnga artista na nag-iindorse ng mga candidates .. lalo na kay noynoy maraming nag-iindorse dun??..pano na yan??

    thnx for sharing..=)
  • edited 7:01PM
    asher_tua88 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 09:00 PM:
    matagal na tong guidelines na to 9 years ago na pero di namn nila napapatupad...sumagot na yung legal department ng abs-cbn...meron silang sariling guidelines..bawal babanggitin ung name ng candidate na ine-endorse ng isang artist on cam sa show nila....correct me if i'm wrong pero parang ganon ang pagkaunawa ko...
    Ang masama lang jan kung during their shows babanggitin nila ang pangalan ng pulitikong iniendorso nila, its unfair
    to all the stars, trabaho lang eto dapat intindihin din ng comelec ang bagay na e2. Pagmatuloy e2 matagal tagal
    nating hindi makakapiling ang BEBE natin, sana naman hindi. Lets pray na sana hindi e2 iimplement kasi last election
    hindi naman nangyari to.
  • edited 7:01PM
    hep hep hurray hep hep hurray, papa boom papa boom , hey guys wake up set aside politics, ang dami na naman thread, we have our recent assignment mma voting, focus hello po makikiraan po ha...
  • edited February 2010
    awwww. may ganito na palang batas sa pinas? this will hurt us all kapag pinatupad next week, coz meaning we won't be able to see sarah in ASAP... cray.gif alt='c:(' ]

    based sa article, they said that this Republic Act only promulgated recently, kaya next week pa lang ipapatupad. ganun?

    well, this is one of the consequences of being involved in the world of politics, let's face it kahit na endorser lang ang mga artista na ito, ayan na ang impact sa mga celebrities at pati tayong mga fans affected. hay! FAIR itong RA 9006 sa lahat ng mga politikong tatakbo kasi kahit kumuha sila ng celebrities na pinakasikat, ibig sabihin hindi magiging visible sa tv within the campaign period kasi alam nila powerful ang media exposures, fair enough doon sa mga politikong walang kakayahan para kumuha ng sikat na endorsers. pero unfair naman sa mga celebrities na nagwowork at sa ating mga fans, pati tayo magsusuffer na hindi makita si sarah....huhuhu cray.gif alt='c:(' ]

    let's see what will happen next week...kalungkot naman... sad.gif
  • edited 7:01PM
    I just hope Viva's legal department would look into this and guide Sarah accordingly kasi based on the article mukhang strict implementation eto this time.
  • edited 7:01PM
    star wrote on Feb 10 2010, 11:54 PM:
    I just hope Viva's legal department would look into this and guide Sarah accordingly kasi based on the article mukhang strict implementation eto this time.


    korek ka diyan Dea spoton.gif dapat hindi nila balewalain ito...i do hope nakarating na sa kanila ang balitang ito, or sana may popster na magsabi kay Sarah at Mommy Divine about this law.
  • edited 7:01PM
    jhonie wrote on Feb 10 2010, 10:57 PM:
    star wrote on Feb 10 2010, 11:54 PM:
    I just hope Viva's legal department would look into this and guide Sarah accordingly kasi based on the article mukhang strict implementation eto this time.


    korek ka diyan Dea spoton.gif dapat hindi nila balewalain ito...i do hope nakarating na sa kanila ang balitang ito, or sana may popster na magsabi kay Sarah at Mommy Divine about this law.

    serious matter na kasi ate jhonie kaya dapat talaga pagtuunan ng pansin. I'm still hoping they can find a way around this. Mahaba-habang leave ang pinag-uusapan dito. Kulang na nga ang once a week SG exposure for us.
  • edited February 2010
    star wrote on Feb 11 2010, 12:09 AM:
    jhonie wrote on Feb 10 2010, 10:57 PM:
    star wrote on Feb 10 2010, 11:54 PM:
    I just hope Viva's legal department would look into this and guide Sarah accordingly kasi based on the article mukhang strict implementation eto this time.


    korek ka diyan Dea spoton.gif dapat hindi nila balewalain ito...i do hope nakarating na sa kanila ang balitang ito, or sana may popster na magsabi kay Sarah at Mommy Divine about this law.

    serious matter na kasi ate jhonie kaya dapat talaga pagtuunan ng pansin. I'm still hoping they can find a way around this. Mahaba-habang leave ang pinag-uusapan dito. Kulang na nga ang once a week SG exposure for us.

    tama spoton.gif legal matter na kamo ito Dea, imagine years of imprisonment? huh, afraid! dapat talagang pagtuunan ng pansin ito...im not sure kung pati endorsements ni sarah, damay dito....kung nagkataon malaking problema ito sa panig ni sarah, sa viva dahil mabibitin lahat ng endorsements ni sarah....
  • edited 7:01PM
    asher_tua88 wrote on Feb 10 2010, 08:00 PM:
    matagal na tong guidelines na to 9 years ago na pero di namn nila napapatupad...sumagot na yung legal department ng abs-cbn...meron silang sariling guidelines..bawal babanggitin ung name ng candidate na ine-endorse ng isang artist on cam sa show nila....correct me if i'm wrong pero parang ganon ang pagkaunawa ko...



    yan din po ang intindi ko, basta they are not allowed to use their program in the campaign of their candidates. So as long as you are not mentioning names and just doing your work, okay lang yun.
  • tita cristytita cristy Popster
    edited February 2010
    star wrote on Feb 10 2010, 10:54 PM:
    I just hope Viva's legal department would look into this and guide Sarah accordingly kasi based on the article mukhang strict implementation eto this time.
    BREAKING NEWS SA BANDILA - February 10, 2010

    COMELEC SINANG-AYUNAN ANG PETISYON NG PPCRV NA MAG-LEAVE SA KANILANG PROGRAMA ANG MGA CELEBRITY ENDORSERS NG POLITIKO.

    Kinakailangan silang mag file ng leave at kung sino mang lumabag ay kakasuhan at pwedeng makulong ng hanggang 6 na taon.


    Waah! ibig sabihin 3 months nating hindi makikita si SARAH sa ASAP XV. Mamamatay ata ako sa lungkot nito. 3.jpg alt=':3sgCry:' ] Paano na kaya yung movie niya affected kaya, at yung Sunsilk mini-series coz this is an endorsement? Let's pray na hindi pati yung sangkatutak niyang TVC everyday. [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/Wans Emoticon3.png ] Thanks Nowelle and Marie for the info.[/img]
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    this part hurts a lot!!!
    as in ouch talaga..

    sa pagkaka intindi ko..kasama lahat kahit yung mga nag indorse ng pulitiko before ito maipasa..

    yun ang naintindihan ko ah..


    so meaning lahat ng stars sa TVC ni Noynoy..
    kailangan din nilang mag- leave..

    ihihinto rin ang...anu yun...
    yung show nina Kris at Kim..
    di ko maalala ang title...seryoso guys....
    tsk..halatang di naunuod eh..

    tapos di rin pwede ipalabas movie nina Bea..
    diba nasa TVC cya ni Noynoy..

    panu na ang shobiz???????
  • edited 7:01PM
    tita cristy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 11:56 PM:
    star wrote on Feb 10 2010, 10:54 PM:
    I just hope Viva's legal department would look into this and guide Sarah accordingly kasi based on the article mukhang strict implementation eto this time.
    BREAKING NEWS SA BANDILA - February 10, 2010

    COMELEC SINANG-AYUNAN ANG PETISYON NG PPCRV NA MAG-LEAVE SA KANILANG PROGRAMA ANG MGA CELEBRITY ENDORSERS NG POLITIKO.

    Kinakailangan silang mag file ng leave at kung sino mang lumabag ay kakasuhan at pwedeng makulong ng hanggang 6 na taon.


    Waah! ibig sabihin 3 months nating hindi makikita si SARAH sa ASAP XV. Mamamatay ata ako sa lungkot nito. 3.jpg alt=':3sgCry:' ] Paano kaya yung Sunsilk mini-series coz this is an endorsement? Let's pray na hindi pati yung sangkatutak niyang TVC everyday. [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/Wans Emoticon3.png ] Thanks Nowelle and Marie for the info.[/img]


    di ko talaga toh kakayanin...
    naiinis ako sa Pilipinas!!!!
    grabe kung maka pulitika oh..
    below the belt ang tira!!!!
    anu ba yan!!!!
    nakakainis!!!!
  • edited 7:01PM
    ah...hindi naman pala daw kasali ang mga endorsements, tv show lang talaga....that's good na rin [img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/smile.gif tuloy pa rin ang sunsilk mini-series[/img][img]https://sarahgeronimo.com/uploads/ipb/style_emoticons/legacy/smile.gif baka mag-leave nga si Sarah sa ASAP, kalungkot talaga... 3 months ito....nakakabaliw![/img]
  • edited 7:01PM
    aimy wrote on Feb 10 2010, 06:44 PM:
    SORRY POPSTERS! MAY NAPUTOL SO I EDITED IT AGAIN....PLEASE READ ON AGAIN..you will not like this....[/color]



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    Stars endorsing candidates asked to go on leave

    By Leila Salaverria
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 18:08:00 02/10/2010

    Filed Under: Celebrities, Entertainment (general), Politics, Inquirer Politics


    MANILA, Philippines—Will Dolphy, Kris and Willie go missing from their shows soon?

    Endorsing candidates has its price for actors, columnists and other mass media personalities: they would have to resign or take a leave from their TV shows or media outfits during the campaign period, based on the Fair Election Act, according to the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

    The Commission on Elections says it is prepared to implement this provision of the law and will ask media personalities who are part of a politician's campaign to take leave from work or compel their employers to make them take some time off, according to its law department director, Ferdinand Rafanan.

    Rafanan said that “endorsing is campaigning,” when asked if being an endorser is equivalent to working for a candidate.

    Section 6 (6.6) of the Fair Election Act or Republic Act 9006 states: “Any mass media columnist, commentator, announcer, reporter, on-air correspondent or personality who is a candidate for any elective public office or is a campaign volunteer for or employed or retained in any capacity by any candidate or political party shall be deemed resigned, if so required by their employer, or shall take a leave of absence from his/her work as such during the campaign period.”

    The Comelec essentially repeated the same provision in its February 4 resolution that provided the implementing rules of RA 9006.

    The provision is intended to prevent any candidate from benefitting unduly from the exposure of the media personality endorsing him or her.

    PPCRV legal counsel Howard Calleja on Wednesday called attention to this requirement of the Fair Election Act, saying he was reminding media personalities that they have to abide by it by leaving their shows or media outfits.

    They're saying they want change, so they should follow the law. They should not ask for an exception,” Calleja said in a phone interview.

    Celebrities have become a staple in campaigns, with aspiring public officials using their endorsements to boost their names and gain popularity. Some even say that support from actors had been the secret weapon of victorious candidates.

    The two leading contenders for the presidency, Senators Benigno Aquino III and Manuel Villar, have tapped many popular actors for their campaign. Aquino's first TV commercial featured a bevy of TV stars from the top two networks, including his sister, TV host Kris Aquino. One of Villar's popular advertisements features comedy king Dolphy, and he has also gotten TV host Willie Revillame and popular singer-actress Sarah Geronimo to endorse him.

    According to Calleja, the media outfit also has to stop airing the shows of the entertainer, or the column of the columnist.

    He added that media personalities and actors should also not claim that they made the endorsement commercial before the campaign period began, because the advertisement could still be aired in rallies or uploaded on the Internet, and thus could still be used to boost a candidate's profile.

    Calleja said that since the Comelec's resolution implementing RA 9006 was promulgated only recently, the law would be in effect by next week.

    Violation of the Fair Election Act is punishable by one to six years' imprisonment.



    http://showbizandstyle.inquirer.net/breaki...-to-go-on-leave
    Ano? eh pano yung may mga soap opera meaning hindi na itutuloy yung mga scenes, anyway si Sarah once a week lang naman ang tv show nya and may mga shows and concerts syang ginagawa plus endorsement at shooting ng hating kapatid eh yung iba na ang daming shows at araw araw like kris aquino, boy abunda, willie, kim chu, gerald, dingdong, marian etchetera etchetera sa T.V kung sino man ang nakaisip nito o nag panukala yun ang dapat hindi iboto 58.jpg
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