Razor-sharp Journalists Johnson Manabat and Jeff Canoy quiz me on when factchecking is necessary: At sunrise this morning on ABS-CBN Teleradyo Sakto 6:30am
(Credits: As stated in the embedded materials. Interview questions by the ABS-CBN News Team, camera-framing (medium shot) by ABS-CBN producers)
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Wait — ngayon ko lang napansin na pareho kaming kulay ng suot ng news anchor (it’s only now that I noticed that i’m wearing the same color as what the news anchor is wearing). Hindi po kami nag-usap (it’s just a happy coincidence). i wear pastel colors and neutrals for interviews in the pastel room (i used to wear all-pastel green or mint green to match the room but after several interviews, i ran out of pastel greens so now it’s any pastel or neutral tone. Other than that, in any other location, for television, you would sometimes be advised to wear bright, solid colors.)
Other visual elements for your entertainment for this relevant topic (i hope the discussion was substantive enough and at the same time easy to watch) : i have given up on fixing my hair (100% risk-free hair salons do not exist); this is sleeping with wet hair, no blow-dry, no-comb-just-scrunch-with-hair-product-and-let-it-tumble-like-tiny-serpents look . i’m wearing Myra’s pearl bracelet 😊 The most important thing is the substance, which requires preparation, then you just make sure it is easy to understand and easy to watch. Happy viewing!