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UAAP Season 77 has officially begun! Although we're excited to see hot athletes in action (more on that later on), we're shining the spotlight on the lovely ladies who will grace the courts as they report about their respective teams.
Get to know this year's batch of courtside reporters!
As we kick off the second half of the 76th UAAP basketball season, we're shining the spotlight on the lovely ladies who diligently report from the sidelines during every game. Their job may be tedious, but these girls make it look
Q&A with La Salle's Ina Ongsiako
Age: 21 years oldSchool: De La Salle UniversityYear & Course: 5th Year, AB Psychology 1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter? "I've always loved sports! I've always either been into sports (cheerleading and futsal) or student politics, but
Q&A with UST's Kristelle Batchelor
Age: 18School: University of Santo TomasYear & Course: 3rd year, AB Journalism 1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter? "There's no better way to practice broadcast journalism than through courtside reporting."2. What's the best part about your
Q&A with Ateneo's Selina Dagdag
Age: 20 years old School: Ateneo de Manila University Year & Course: 3rd Year, AB Communication 1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter?"I actually auditioned so that my little cousins, and my little nieces and nephews, would think I
Q&A with Adamson's Mich Del Carmen
Age: 21School: DLSU, reporting for Adamson UniversityYear & Course: 4th Year, BS Marketing Management1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter?"Playing sports has been my passion since I was 9 years old. Volleyball was my first love; I played basketball
Q&A with UE's Katz Salao
Age: 23School: U.P. Diliman, reporting for UE (Season 75-76)Year & Course: 4th Year, BA Journalism 1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter? "I really just wanted to try out for the fun of it. I was taking
Q&A with FEU's Judy Saril
Age: 19School: Far Eastern UniversityYear & Course: 4th Year, BS Tourism Management 1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter? "[I wanted to become a courtside reporter] because I believe it will be a great opportunity to show my skills and
Q&A with U.P.'s Bea Fabregas
Age: 21School: University of the Philippines DilimanYear & Course: Graduated April 2013, BA Speech Communication1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter? "I've been a basketball fan ever since I was 10 years old (more specifically the NBA and the
Q&A with NU's Tricia Robredo
Age: 19School: Ateneo de Manila University, reporting for National University Year & Course: 4th Year, BS Health Sciences 1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter? "Being a courtside reporter has been one of my crazy high school dreams. But it
Meet the Fun, Fearless Female Awardee who's conquering both radio and television airwaves with her charming personality and girl-next-door appeal.
There was once a time when working in radio was a faceless profession. But today, many radio personalities have broken free of the booth to explore the other exciting projects that the world of mass media has to offer. Case in point: