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Bryan Cinco is considered as one of the most respected names when it comes to New Media. He is known for his efficient News Share and Concept. His prudent advices can help, inform, create connectivity and help people to be aware about the world and new technology.
Well, there is no doubt that a strong online visibility is the ultimate key to success for any new media practitioner.
Apart from being a respected New Media contributor, Cinco earned his B.S degree in the field of Accountancy. He is also well-trained in other areas like Software Development, Search Engine Optimization etc. Thus, it is his vast knowledge and huge experience that make him one of the most recognizable new media practitioner in the Philippines. He has worked with various esteemed associations such as Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants, Alpha Sigma Omega and many SEO Organizations.
Ms. Gracia Amor is freelance writer and blogger, an awarded Best in Advocacy by Philippine Expat Blog Award PEBA 2011 and also a certified Guru/Moderator of OFW and Expat Forums.
She is an eclectic reader, dedicated the half decade amassing a personal library of over a thousand books, as well a lover of life. She maintains a website and blogs about different niches.
Ms. Gracia, an MBA, practicing NLP. She has been a writer buff for decades. Her first book is already completed and will be released before end of this year. She is also a member of Philippine Association of Counselors and Philippine Association of Secretaries and Administrative Professionals.
Her knowledge of Blogging and writing – along with the behind-the-scenes insights and personal anecdotes – make her well-known in blogosphere as the author of The Great Filipino Bloggers Slambook that is presenting facts of Bloggers with advocacy.
Jhonil Bajado graduated BASS Political Science from the University of the Philippines in Tacloban. For some time, he was connected to the Office of the Governor in Eastern Samar and was the former Librarian of St. John the Evangelist School of Theology in Palo, Leyte. He was the Cultural Editor of the now-defunct Gahum Weekly, a newspaper published in Tacloban City.
A multi-awarded writer, he had received the Chito S. Roňo Literary Award (twice), Eduardo Makabenta Sr. Memorial Literary Award (twice), Dr. Jimmy Balacuit Sr. Memorial Literary Award and a Gold Medal from Dr. Leoncio P. Deriada for his poetry.
He had received writing fellowships from different institutions like the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc., University of San Carlos, and Northwest Samar State University.
His writings has been published in Celebrations, Places and Spaces edited by Dr. C. Godinez-Ortega, 8 Magazine, Gahum Weekly, Siyahan nga Hiwat, among others. While finishing his master’s degree in Social Sciences, he also travels on his free time. He had visited numerous tourist spots in the country from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. He had also been to Guatemala, Mexico, Brazil and South Korea.
Divine Grace Bongolan is a Journalism major graduate at Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Currently residing at Antipolo Rizal. A freelance writer of Fame Magazine and Celebrity Food & Health Magazine under Mind Master Publication. A lifestyle/entertainment blogger of www.itsmegracee.blogspot.com focused on writing to make a difference.
Ricky Bautista is a Manila Channel News Correspondent based in the Philippines and has been a tri-media practitioner for almost 17 years now. An editor of a local paper, photographer, blogger, online writer, mountaineer and a caver, he previously worked with the country’s leading broadsheets such as the Philippine Star, Manila Bulletin, Manila Times, among other regional newspapers.
A multi-awarded media personality, Mr. Bautista is currently the chairman of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines Samar Chapter (NUJP), Board Director of the Samar Island Press Club (SIPC) and is an active member of the Philippine Press institute (PPI). So much for that, he loves to travel and enjoys daring adventures, too.
Ronald Reyes – Manila Channel Resident and a News Contributor. Ronald is a tri-media practitioner and a correspondent/news contributor at Manila Standard Today, Leyte Samar Daily Express, and UCANEWS, Asia’s most trusted independent Catholic news source based in Bangkok, Thailand.
He is also the staff writer of 8 Magazine, first and only glossy travel/lifestyle magazine based in Tacloban city, Eastern visayas circulated nationwide and distributed abroad.
Carlo Carolino is one of the young top Real Estate brokers in the Philippines and also a well known Internet Marketer in the Country. Carolino is Major in Business and proven his skills in many business field. He is a member of SEO Organization Philippines, Realtor Organization in the Philippines and licensed property broker.
Carolino is the Marketing Director of Manila Channel and in-charge on business relation of the company.
Henry James Roca – The writer is currently employed with the City Government of Tacloban and considers writing his passion. Previously he had writing stints with a number of local newspapers in Leyte before doing PR work for the government. Together with a creative bunch of local writers, he formed a local tabloid – Tribune -in 2004 .
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