Filipino netizens can join a very informative and engaging symposium online via TV5’s Bilang Pilipino, Ano’ng Say Mo? which will be conducted at the University of the Philippines Cebu Jogging Field on March 20 (1:30 PM to 3:30 PM) and will be streamed live on Bilang Pilipino website, bilangpilipino.com. This will be another opportunity for public opinion influencers, academic experts and thought leaders to come together and talk about political concerns, socio-economic issues, public accountability and government reforms which will lead Filipino voters to an enlightened decision before the May 9 elections. Netizens and voters will be able to participate in their discussion through social media during the Q&A portion. They can share their own ideas, opinions, queries and other concerns by using the hashtag #BilangPilipino. Spearheading this three-hour online discussion are two of TV5’s top digital influencers Jun Sabayton and Bea Benedicto.
Moreover, millions of Filipinos are also looking forward to the second leg of “PILIPinas” Debates 2016 which will be covered live by TV5 and The Philippine Star this coming March 20. This highly anticipated face-off between the leading presidential contenders will air at 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM on TV5. A very special viewing party with social media influencers will also be organized by the Kapatid network at Bugsy’s Bar and Bistro in Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila.
Help us in shaping the future of our country. Join Bilang Pilipino online interactive conference and watch TV5’s much awaited Cebu Face-Off with the five presidentiables and highly credible members of the panel including veteran journalist, Aksyon anchor and Radyo 5 commentator Erwin Tulfo; News 5 anchor, multi-awarded public affairs host and digital influencer Lourd de Veyra; DYHP RMN Cebu commentator Atty. Ruphil Bañoc; Philippine Star Associate Editor Marichu Villanueva; Bloomberg TV PH Host and economist Atty. Tony Abad; and Philippine Star Editor in Chief Ana Marie Pamintuan together with multi-awarded broadcast journalist and head of News 5, Luchi Cruz-Valdes as the moderator.