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Rotarians cite Randy David



Inquirer columnist Randy David. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Inquirer columnist Randy David has been named Opinion Writer of the Year by the Manila Rotary Club.

Club president Banit Caasi, awards committee chair Babe Romualdez and vice chair and vice president Frank Evaristo announced the other winners this year: Rico Hizon, BBC World News presenter and reporter, Broadcast Journalist of the Year; Amy Pamintuan of the Philippine Star, Print Journalist of the Year; SunStar Cebu, Community Newspaper of the Year; Philippine Star, Newspaper of the Year; dzMM, Radio Station of the Year, and TV5, TV Station of the Year.

The awards will be presented on June 14 at noon at the Manila Polo Club in Makati City.

The Manila Rotary journalism awards committee is composed of, aside from Romualdez and Evaristo, Susing Pineda, Fausto Preysler and former Press Secretary Rod Reyes as honorary adviser.


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  • blainz

    Congratulations and more power to you sir!

  • pilipino_ako6

    Congratulations Professor Randy David! A well-deserved award.

  • OlliuQ

    I am fan of Opinion Column “Public Lives” by Prof. Randy David. Congratulation, more power and keep up the good work.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3TWVIBNBHJIBKXLUC5IT2JYM5E Harry

      Is this the guy that vowed to run against GMA? Talked loud but withdrew at the last minute otherwise we’d have less one corrupt official. 

  • kilabot

    he is not worthy.

  • butilngbayan

    Well deserved.  More power Prof. Randy!
     



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