|RYZZA MAE DIZON|
Executives of TAPE Inc. and GMA Network, the producer and network involved in child actress-host Ryzza Mae Dizon’s show, respectively, have admitted they committed lapses in the controversial scenes involving the child.
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As a result, they have agreed to work closely with the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) in making sure that the little girl only has child-friendly segments in her show according to the latest celebrity update.
The MTRCB chair Toto Villareal said that this close collaboration will be done within three months. He also added that the show’s producer and its network are asked to “submit concrete and time-bound remedial measures, with adequate review and feedback mechanism for the approval of MTRCB’s ad Hoc Committee.”
In fact, MTRCB noted that the only concerned over “who will deal with Ryzza Mae in her scenes and how, such that her dignity and well-being as a child are not violated.”
Acting as resource person in the meeting MTRCB called in association with the eight years old star issue was Dr. Vanessa Cainghug of the Philippine Psychiatric Association (PPA). She discussed how everyone concerned can safeguard the child’s psychological well-being in the show.
Out-of-the-way from Villareal, TAPE Inc.’s president and CEO Antonio P. Tuviera and SVP-COO Malou Choa-Fagar and GMA Network’s VP for program Management Jose Mari Abacan and legal counsel Jose Vener Ibarra attended the conference.
Meanwhile, the MTRCB’s Atty. Noel del Prado chaired the proceedings.