CONTRERAS, GWYN – 9
Gwyn is very tech savvy. That’s why having both Gwyn&Anna as groupmates is very overwhelming. I didn’t need to give much focus on post-production because they handled themselves and the editing very well. They very much knew what to do. However, she didn’t put too much importance on her report, although, I appreciate her effort to go to Quezon City.
CORTES, ANNA ELISHA – 9
As a Producer, I felt really blessed to have worked with a very talented groupmate like Anna. I’m very proud to say that I couldn’t have done this without her. However, sometimes, she works for herself, not for the group. At first, I didn’t understand it but, now, I know that she’s competitive that way. I couldn’t argue because her outcome comes out a lot better.
GAN, JEAUNE MARIE – 7
She took a long time to complete her package. But Ate Jeaune made it up for the team by writing the news program description for the documentation.
ORCINE, AILEEN – 7
She was more than willing to go anywhere and help the team. She was very positive and supportive. Being the first one to have done her news package, she forgot all about transcribing it up until the end. However, this was also an error on my end for not being able to remind her.
ORTEGA, SHIELA MIRA – 7
She wasn’t able to help in pre-production activities. She only started working when production came; she was willing to stay up all night in Las Piñas to shoot our anchors. And I have to commend her for writing all the scripts on the same night.
PUZON, SAMANTHA JOY — 8
This was the first time I ever became this big of a leader. I didn’t know how to be one. It was a huge step for me. But my groupmates helped me just when I was about to give up and fine me another position. I wouldn’t have ever done this without them. All I do is ask, remind, remind, ask & remind. Sometimes, I forget to tell them what to do. That’s why every wrong thing always comes back to me. But through this process, I’ve learned to be more “alert”, sensitive and responsible. It was hard for me to be assertive, So, I still have to learn that.
I may have learned a lot of things, but I realized that there are still more things I need to learn.
SISON, FLORENZ DOMINIC – 4
He was supposed to be a reporter besides being the team’s official cameraman. The team had trouble working with him because he wasn’t always around. It was hard to contact him only to find out that he’s using his “Smart” number without letting any of the team know. We wouldn’t know if we didn’t ask, which is why he wasn’t there when we needed him to handle the camera. It was just that one time when we covered “Publish!” where we worked with him.
VALDEZ, QUEENNY – 8
It was easy to work with Ate Queenny. She knew what she wanted for her report, which made it easier for the editors. She listed down what clips we should use, the order of the clips and exactly where to put it. She passed her script and transition with her video package.
UNAY, KARL RUEBEN – 7
After assigning him as an anchor, his only focus was to be one. He didn’t have any initiative to help us with the pre-production and the post-production. But I thought he did an awesome job being an anchor. And he wasn’t complaining in everything that the team asked him to do.