ABS-CBN News correspondent and anchor Jeff Canoy is on a winning streak, nabbing awards from the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, the prestigious Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards in France, and the Marshall McLuhan fellowship grant.
At the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards, he won first prize in the English Essay category, for his coverage of the “Marawi Siege” in 2017 with fellow ABS-CBN News journalist Chiara Zambrano.
His long-form essay “Buhay pa kami’: Dispatches from Marawi,” describing the realities of the months-long urban war in Marawi, Lanao Del Sur moved the judges, awarding him the top prize. The coverage details the terrors of the war through the eyes of civilians and soldiers during the conflict that ravaged their city.
The piece also won an honorable mention award for Excellence in Explanatory Reporting at the Society of Publishers in Asia’s (SOPA) 2018 Awards in June.
Meanwhile, Jeff was named this year’s Marshall McLuhan fellow, an award given yearly by the Canadian Embassy in the Philippines for “embodying outstanding qualities in the field of investigative journalism” and recognizes journalists for the quality of their reports in newspapers, television and online.
Jeff credited his journalism idols and former winners of the McLuhan fellowship, including ABS-CBN chief of reporters Lynda Jumilla and ABS-CBN News contributing editor and writer Inday Varona for inspiring his work ethic.
Later in September, Jeff received an award from the prestigious Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards in Cannes, France. The annual event in one of the most important film centers of world honors the “finest corporate films, online media productions and documentaries.”
In 2017, Jeff and Chiara were part of the ABS-CBN DocuCentral documentary on the war called “’Di Ka Pasisiil’ (Never Shall Be Conquered),” which detailed the experiences of both soldiers and civilians in the war that ravaged Marawi. It won the 2018 World’s Best Television & Films competition in New York under the category of Continuing News Coverage in April this year.
Jeff was an intern and production assistant for ABS-CBN before becoming a reporter covering the police on the graveyard shift, national police, national conflicts, and disasters beats. He credits his mentors like news veterans Nadia Trinidad, Jorge Carino, and ABS-CBN Integrated News head Ging Reyes for shaping his journalistic ethics. His likes being on the ground and being with the people affected directly by the events he covers.
“At the end of the day, it’s never about you, it’s always about the story,” said Jeff. “There’s so much more to learn.”
Jeff, who also appears in Umagang Kay Ganda, is the anchor of the current affairs program and 2018 Golden Dove Award for Best TV Public Service Program Red Alert both on ABS-CBN television and Red Alertsa DZMM, which educate and inform viewers/listeners on how to prepare for calamities, natural disasters, and everyday hazards. It is airedon ABS-CBN and ABS-CBN HD every Wednesday after Bandila and at 9:30 pm on DZMM TeleRadyo. Red Alert sa DZMM airs on Sundays at 10 a.m. on DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 and DZMM TeleRadyo.
Kuya Kim, Mariel Rodriguez Padilla, other celeb moms Against Invisible Kulob Stains
Have you ever experienced wanting to wear a favorite shirt only to be overwhelmed by that nauseating kulob smell? With those occasional rainy days suddenly coming up, many people think that kulob smell is caused by indoor drying. In truth, kulob is caused by invisible stains on clothes.
Mariel Rodriguez Padilla, Say Alonzo, and Joy Sotto are just some of those people wishing for kulob smell to disappear. A new online video answers their wish, thanks to Kuya Kim Atienza laying down the facts behind the new Ariel, and how its latest formulation gives the deepest clean that keeps clothes free from invisible kulob stains that cause the malodor.
Invisible kulob stains? How exactly can you see them? How can you get rid of them?
There are many myths behind that kulob stench that attaches on clothes. Good thing Kuya Kim shared his personal explanation for this, “Marami na akong mga naririnig na kuro-kuro tungkol sa amoy kulob sa damit, lalo na kapag maulan ang panahon. Alam mo ba na ang amoy kulob ay sanhi ng mga mantsang hindi nakikita ng ating mga mata? Maaari ring ito ay nagmula sa hindi sapat na paglalaba ng damit na siyang dahilan ng pagkakaroon ng mga mikro-organismong nagbibigay ng mabahong amoy ng kulob!”
For the ever fashionable Mariel Rodriguez Padilla, the awful kulob smell can cut down her confidence even while wearing her best-looking outfits. In the past, the start of the rainy season meant putting up with “kulob,” a problem she has finally conquered with the help of Ariel’s innovative formula.
Kulob has also been an issue in Say Alonzo’s and Joy Sotto’s households before. Even with their children’s freshly washed clothes looking clean, there’s still a tendency for that foul kulob smell to persist. They shared that this problem gets even worse during the rainy season, which deeply troubled meticulous moms like them. It’s a good thing they don’t have to worry anymore, since Ariel’s superior cleaning power can now effectively fight against those invisible kulob stains.
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