Being a journalist is surely a hell of a job.
In their bid to deliver the best news at the shortest possible time, they had to sometimes put their lives in harm’s way for the benefit of the viewers.
But this doesn’t mean that their life is always a picture of panic and disaster.
There are times that journalists just make our day.
One example is the recent story featuring the steady on-flow of passengers to the most common terminal in Manila- Araneta Cubao Station.
The story in itself is not that interesting.
But the real deal lies behind the reports that are aired in the rival networks’ own newscast.
It happened between two admirable reporters from the two network giants in the country- the ABS-CBN and GMA.
Jacque Manabat from the Kapamilya stable and Jun Venracion from GMA were covering the same report at the same time in the same location.
Though there is a heated relationship between their networks, it doesn’t hampered their personal choice of professional act and journalistic essences to frolic.
In one instance, Jacque and Jun can be seen standing just some feet away from each other while filming the live reports in their respective networks.
After the live reports, the two gamely struck a pose together for a souvenir snap.
Though it is not the first time that two reporters from the rival networks covered the same news at the same time, it is the first time that a reporter shared it in social media that it gained so much attention.
Just after the incident, Jacque immediately shared their rare experience to her Facebook account and wittingly captioned it with, “Sabayang pagbigkas kasama ang matikas na GMA reporter Jun Veneracion.”
Shortly after it was posted, the photos gained already many reactions from the netizens.
Truly, network-marked microphones cannot define the reporter’s personal class act and professional conduct.
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