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Subject: Piolo sex video scandal - Inside Buzz


Author:
mmJun- there is no TV network war!
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Date Posted: 20:43:53 04/13/05 Wed
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"SOP E." wrote:
> Let's give Piolo the benefit of the doubt. It hasnt
> proven yet. Too bad that he became a victim of the
> network war. I just couldn't take ABS-CBN's crying
> foul over the issue.


On Piolo. He says he is not gay. That was
determined a long time ago already. Its a
dead story. Brought back just to add life
to this false story now being played up.

What should grab your attention is the way
it keeps coming back into the showbiz spotlight
over and over again. Like the way that Regine
and Ogie rumor kept coming back (*hint*hint*)
dispite it being questioned by other writers
like R.Lo and N. Torre. So someone is trying
to make an issue out of nothing at all. And
seems to want to push something false but
heavy on Piolo's straight showbiz image.

Now who could that be, you wonder..

Well, it certainly isn't Star-Talk on GMA-7.
Why are they even showing something like that?
That is not their style. Its more like the style
of THE BUZZ, right?

Well, it still is.

Key players associated with both shows are
actually working together. This is just
another showbiz sham intending to create
intrigues to generate more viewership,
attention and maybe more sponsorship
for BOTH shows. (THE BUZZ and Star-Talk)

There is no network war, Regine fans..

Its all just another showbiz sham cooked up
by players with both sides. And Abunda would
be one of the masterminds involve in it.

mmJun :-/
http://insidebuzz.tripod.com

"a s u s u a l "


"SOP E." wrote:
> Let's give Piolo the benefit of the doubt. It hasnt
> proven yet. Too bad that he became a victim of the
> network war. I just couldn't take ABS-CBN's crying
> foul over the issue. In the first place, sila ang
> unang nagpalabas at nanira ng talent ng kabilang
> station. Mas grabe pa nga ang ginawa nila kay Ethel
> Booba.
>
> --- ritchienolasco wrote:
> >
> > Piolo Pascual may deny being homosexual or being
> > part of the sex video
> > but you know what? I don't believe him at all. And
> > with the sex video
> > scandal raging the media and cyberspace, I would
> > really really DENOUNCE
> > his upcoming role as the leading man of Regine!
> >
> > Now if only Viva would really listen! They don't
> > need ABS-CBN's Star
> > Cinema to make good movies! Viva can do it on its
> > own!

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[> Subject: Dirty' TV: Who must do the cleaning up?


Author:
The Philippine Star 04/12/2005
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Date Posted: 21:08:03 04/13/05 Wed
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Dirty' TV: Who must do the cleaning up?
STAR BYTES by Butch Francisco
The Philippine Star 04/12/2005

Long before I took my annual break (usually around Holy Week), cell
phone nude/sex videos involving celebrities were already being
regularly being exposed in the movie talk shows of both ABS-CBN and
GMA 7.

It started with Mahal, then Troy Montero (exposed by The Buzz),
Ethel Booba and Alex Crisano (also an exposé by The Buzz), Cedric
Carreon (I think it was S-Files that first came out with it) and–
right smack into the Lenten season –StarStruck avenger Christine
Reyes.

And then, while I was merrily away during my vacation, Startalk came
out with the sex video of Piolo Pascual and there was pandemonium.

It is easy to understand why there is so much ado about the Piolo
video. Piolo Pascual, after all, is a very respected movie-TV figure–
a grand slam acting winner–and a bona fide Crush ng Bayan.

Even more understandable is the rather panicky reaction of ABS-CBN
because Piolo is the niño bonito of Star Cinema, the TV network's
film arm.

Unfortunately, I didn't get to see how the Piolo sex video feature
was presented on Startalk because–as I've already stated–I was on
leave from the program that time it was shown. (Even if I were
there, there would also have been a chance I wouldn't get to see it
because when you are on a live program, you don't always get to
watch the VTR features because while these are being aired you can
be chatting with the staff or your co-hosts or being briefed for the
next segment.)

A friend who saw it and whose objectivity–I swear to heaven–I trust,
however, watched it and said that it was presented in a very
responsible manner.

I know this shouldn't come from me because I'm one of Startalk's
hosts, but then, this also gives me the authority to talk about the
processes involved in coming out with the show's weekly features.

The operational word on Startalk is caution. And then, there's the
legal matter. Oh, how we've always wanted to pull our hair and gnash
our teeth every time the legal department of GMA 7 would kill our
stories because of possible legal problems. That happened many, many
times and will happen some time. To this day, I'm still sore with
the network over an unaired story–which I feel is my best interview
ever–because of some legalities involved. But that is how we operate
on Startalk. You can't be too careful.

With regard to the Piolo story, I really cannot say much because I
was away while it was being hatched. But then, I feel that this
story was going to break out anyway because the video–so I
understand–had been going from cell phone to cell phone. Even if
Startalk didn't touch it, some other movie talk show would have
picked it up. Perhaps not The Buzz or ETK because Piolo is an ABS-
CBN talent. Maybe S-Files would.

And here's the sticky situation movie talk show people are in: With
four showbiz-oriented programs crowding the TV landscape and with
the very uneventful current scenario in the movies, all four shows
would kill for any story.

It's a vicious game–I have to admit. But it has to be done in the
name of survival. And it's not only showbiz-oriented programs that
do that. Even public affairs program are forced to stick their
fingers into the movie pie and swallow showbiz dung when the ratings
are down.

So what should be done so that we do not continue trampling on the
careers and, more importantly, the dignity and privacy of film-TV
celebrities?

At this point, I suggest that the people behind the four movie talk
shows meet and set parameters on how to handle showbiz stories
before things get to be really dirty on local TV.

I do not know who would initiate the move, but something has to be
done–right now!

Mercifully, the celebrities who figured in these recent cell phone
video scandals continue to hang on and are still slugging it out
with the rest of the showbiz humanity.

Well, that is the wonder of show business. In an industry that
thrives on muck, no amount of scandal can ruin a movie-TV star's
career.

Vilma Santos figured in a Betamax scandal many years ago. But that
didn't harm her career. Maybe because all those video clips–oh-so-
crudely-done–turned out to be bogus. (The good mayor of Lipa City
can now laugh at this chapter of her life).

But then, wasn't there another video of a sexy actress that turned
out to be authentic? That sex video–although the real thing as many
of us would attest–hardly affected the sexy star's career either.
After that sex video had made the rounds of private homes (yes,
still on Betamax), the sexy star eventually became an award-winning
actress. Although she is not that active anymore (her choice), it's
not her sex video that comes to mind among serious movie buffs, but
her string of award-winning performances in her films.

Piolo Pascual therefore may even turn this horrible episode in his
life into something positive. I know he is going through a very
difficult period at the moment, but this would be over soon–
especially in this industry with such bad memory.

Years from now, this video issue would be forgotten (by next month,
I bet people won't even be talking about it anymore).

When Piolo is old and gray, this incident would just be a footnote
in showbiz history. What people would remember is the Piolo Pascual
who was a great actor. The Piolo Pascual who was a very nice person.

The Piolo Pascual who held his head high in the midst of the
toughest moment in his life.



NOTE: THE INSIDE BUZZ - ITS ONE OF THE MEDIA PUBLICISTS
OF CHANNEL 2 WHO IS SPREADING THE PIOLO PASCUAL RUMORS.
THE SAME PUBLICIST WHO CREATED THE REGINE-KUH RUMORS AS
WELL AS MANY OF THE MEDIA ATTACKS AGAINST POPS IN THE PAST!

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[> [> Subject: Uproar over celebrity sex videos escalates


Author:
Inquirer News Service
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Date Posted: 21:11:01 04/13/05 Wed
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Viewfinder : Uproar over celebrity sex videos escalates

Posted 08:42pm (Mla time) April 13, 2005
By Nestor Torre / Inquirer News Service

Editor's Note: Published on page A29 of the April 14, 2005 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.


FOR months now, we have been criticizing our leading TV networks for featuring celebrity sex videos on their daytime show biz talk shows.

Even when the images are blurred or masked, viewers are still seduced into maliciously "filling in the blanks," so to speak. As a result, a mangy spirit of collective voyeurism has taken over the viewing nation, and we are the poorer for it.

We have also noted that the "exposes" related to the sex videos have sometimes been punitive, in the sense that the channels love exposing the incriminating footage of stars of rival networks.

Recently, ABS-CBN officially complained to the MTRCB and a talent managers' group about GMA-7's showing of a sex video allegedly involving ABS-CBN talent Piolo Pascual. While the channel was entitled to its fury, some observers criticized it for its subjective anger, and recalled instances when ABS-CBN had also exposed erotic footage involving GMA-7 contract talents.

So, all of our TV channels have to rein in their desire to generate controversy, and consequently high ratings, by featuring stars' sexy videos in daytime shows. Many children and families are watching, and they shouldn't be assaulted by such sleazy footage.

We wonder why parents and educators haven't been more vocal in their opposition to this nefarious industry practice. Do they feel that they are powerless in curtailing the reprehensible practices of the "all-powerful" TV industry?

If so, they are grievously wrong. They should remind themselves that "TV power" is all about numbers and ratings, and it's the viewing public that has those numbers. If enough viewers decide not to watch a show they regard as reprehensible, that's the kiss of death for that program.

So, concerned viewers have to speak and act together in order to be heard, and heeded. For this to happen, however, they should agree that television is an important medium that's worthy of their most serious attention.

All too often, viewers think TV is practically invisible, and therefore harmless, so they don't worry about it, and consequently allow the medium to do its worst.

Viewers should also remind themselves that TV channels use airwaves that are owned by the government. In fact, network owners have to get government franchises to operate, and they secure those franchises only after they promise to provide responsible and balanced programming.

Sex videos on TV are obviously not responsible programming, so guilty networks can be accused of not living up to the terms specified in their franchises, and permission to operate can therefore be revoked by the government.

So, who's powerless now?

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[> [> [> Subject: How Abunda Gets Away With Attacking Piolo


Author:
m.i.b. -inside report after article
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Date Posted: 17:08:02 04/16/05 Sat
Author Host/IP: 202.69.162.158

Gay talk
Date: 4/13/2005
Source: The Manila Times
By: Danny Vibas


Looks like on Sunday’s edition of ABS-CBN 2’s The Buzz wasn’t going to be the last time we will all hear about the trouble GMA 7 has gotten Piolo Pascual into by showing that his alleged gay-sex video tape.

Show host Boy Abunda supposedly walked out in the middle of that interview and that the show was cut short because he was not satisfied by Piolo’s answer to the question: “Bakla ka ba?” [Are you gay?]

We happened to be one of the guest reporters at that show, and we’re sure that Abunda didn’t walk out. It was in the script that after he delivered his editorial about Piolo and the show’s stand on Startalk’s challenge to The Buzz issued the day before (Startalk airs on Saturdays on GMA 7], he would leave the set—while Piolo was still sitting—and walk straight into the camera. (Startalk contended on Saturday that it had been more responsible than The Buzz in airing its stories on sex videos and other controversial issues and that Startalk is willing to be investigated only if The Buzz would similarly be grilled by an independent body.)

Abunda did not even show disgust when Piolo could not address his 7-year-old lovechild, Iñigo, and assure the little boy that everything was all right and that his famous dad is not gay. Piolo looked like he would break down if he forced himself to address his son who stays with his nonshowbiz mom. Piolo said the boy is the reason he could not get himself a girlfriend. The little boy does not want him to have another girl after his mom.

In his editorial, Abunda reasserted the show’s stance about a previous episode that the girl in a sex video they once aired who looked like GMA 7’s Ethel Booba was indeed she. Abunda added that the man with Ethel was her basketball player boyfriend Alex. He also announced that they received a sex video supposedly of Paolo Bediones, a host of rival show S Files on GMA 7, but they would not air it until they have studied the video very meticulously.

Abunda also read a statement of Professional Artist Managers Inc. (PAMI), the association of managers of show-biz talents, saying that after reviewing Startalk’s presentation of Piolo’s alleged sex video, they found “grave insinuations” that were harmful to the actor. However, since Starmagic, ABS-CBN 2 division that manages Piolo, is not a member of PAMI, they could not do anything beyond that.

===================== obvservations =========>


m.i.b. :

Well, that's it isn't it? That's how nothing is done about
this kind of media attack on Piolo. And amazingly, Boy
reads the message himself. Seems no one has any clue that
Abunda is the one most likely who masterminded the whole
sham.

Unbelievable..


;-(

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[> Subject: Re: Piolo sex video scandal - Inside Buzz


Author:
rhen ashley david
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Date Posted: 22:53:43 09/30/05 Fri
Author Host/IP: 210.23.226.120

>"SOP E." wrote:
>> Let's give Piolo the benefit of the doubt. It hasnt
>> proven yet. Too bad that he became a victim of the
>> network war. I just couldn't take ABS-CBN's crying
>> foul over the issue.
>
>
>On Piolo. He says he is not gay. That was
>determined a long time ago already. Its a
>dead story. Brought back just to add life
>to this false story now being played up.
>
>What should grab your attention is the way
>it keeps coming back into the showbiz spotlight
>over and over again. Like the way that Regine
>and Ogie rumor kept coming back (*hint*hint*)
>dispite it being questioned by other writers
>like R.Lo and N. Torre. So someone is trying
>to make an issue out of nothing at all. And
>seems to want to push something false but
>heavy on Piolo's straight showbiz image.
>
>Now who could that be, you wonder..
>
>Well, it certainly isn't Star-Talk on GMA-7.
>Why are they even showing something like that?
>That is not their style. Its more like the style
>of THE BUZZ, right?
>
>Well, it still is.
>
>Key players associated with both shows are
>actually working together. This is just
>another showbiz sham intending to create
>intrigues to generate more viewership,
>attention and maybe more sponsorship
>for BOTH shows. (THE BUZZ and Star-Talk)
>
>There is no network war, Regine fans..
>
>Its all just another showbiz sham cooked up
>by players with both sides. And Abunda would
>be one of the masterminds involve in it.
>
>mmJun :-/
>http://insidebuzz.tripod.com
>
>"a s u s u a l "
>
>
>"SOP E." wrote:
>> Let's give Piolo the benefit of the doubt. It hasnt
>> proven yet. Too bad that he became a victim of the
>> network war. I just couldn't take ABS-CBN's crying
>> foul over the issue. In the first place, sila ang
>> unang nagpalabas at nanira ng talent ng kabilang
>> station. Mas grabe pa nga ang ginawa nila kay Ethel
>> Booba.
>>
>> --- ritchienolasco wrote:
>> >
>> > Piolo Pascual may deny being homosexual or being
>> > part of the sex video
>> > but you know what? I don't believe him at all. And
>> > with the sex video
>> > scandal raging the media and cyberspace, I would
>> > really really DENOUNCE
>> > his upcoming role as the leading man of Regine!
>> >
>> > Now if only Viva would really listen! They don't
>> > need ABS-CBN's Star
>> > Cinema to make good movies! Viva can do it on its
>> > own!
bakla c piolo
ang laki

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[> Subject: Re: Piolo sex video scandal - Inside Buzz


Author:
nakaka diri sha (bading b sha)
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Date Posted: 03:35:51 08/23/06 Wed
Author Host/IP: 210.213.191.196

>"SOP E." wrote:
>> Let's give Piolo the benefit of the doubt. It hasnt
>> proven yet. Too bad that he became a victim of the
>> network war. I just couldn't take ABS-CBN's crying
>> foul over the issue.
>
>
>On Piolo. He says he is not gay. That was
>determined a long time ago already. Its a
>dead story. Brought back just to add life
>to this false story now being played up.
>
>What should grab your attention is the way
>it keeps coming back into the showbiz spotlight
>over and over again. Like the way that Regine
>and Ogie rumor kept coming back (*hint*hint*)
>dispite it being questioned by other writers
>like R.Lo and N. Torre. So someone is trying
>to make an issue out of nothing at all. And
>seems to want to push something false but
>heavy on Piolo's straight showbiz image.
>
>Now who could that be, you wonder..
>
>Well, it certainly isn't Star-Talk on GMA-7.
>Why are they even showing something like that?
>That is not their style. Its more like the style
>of THE BUZZ, right?
>
>Well, it still is.
>
>Key players associated with both shows are
>actually working together. This is just
>another showbiz sham intending to create
>intrigues to generate more viewership,
>attention and maybe more sponsorship
>for BOTH shows. (THE BUZZ and Star-Talk)
>
>There is no network war, Regine fans..
>
>Its all just another showbiz sham cooked up
>by players with both sides. And Abunda would
>be one of the masterminds involve in it.
>
>mmJun :-/
>http://insidebuzz.tripod.com
>
>"a s u s u a l "
>
>
>"SOP E." wrote:
>> Let's give Piolo the benefit of the doubt. It hasnt
>> proven yet. Too bad that he became a victim of the
>> network war. I just couldn't take ABS-CBN's crying
>> foul over the issue. In the first place, sila ang
>> unang nagpalabas at nanira ng talent ng kabilang
>> station. Mas grabe pa nga ang ginawa nila kay Ethel
>> Booba.
>>
>> --- ritchienolasco wrote:
>> >
>> > Piolo Pascual may deny being homosexual or being
>> > part of the sex video
>> > but you know what? I don't believe him at all. And
>> > with the sex video
>> > scandal raging the media and cyberspace, I would
>> > really really DENOUNCE
>> > his upcoming role as the leading man of Regine!
>> >
>> > Now if only Viva would really listen! They don't
>> > need ABS-CBN's Star
>> > Cinema to make good movies! Viva can do it on its
>> > own!

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[> Subject: Re: Piolo sex video scandal - Inside Buzz


Author:
kathy (Lee)
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Date Posted: 23:46:45 07/26/14 Sat
Author Host/IP: 49.145.52.105

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