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Podcast Episode 2: Gossiping about the Galaxy S9

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We have the scoop on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9! In this episode, the GadgetMatch team breaks down everything we know about the first big flagship announcement of 2018.

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PumaPodcast: Give A Hoot!

A podcast about the power of social media and communication

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We all know how powerful social media and the internet are. How one’s story can produce a ripple effect, leading to campaigns that will bring change.

PumaPodcast’s latest property, “Give A Hoot!”, explores elements of communications whilst using examples of real-life events to help realize important lessons. “Give A Hoot!” is hosted and written by Joza Nada, Oya Arriola, and Mika Ortega. Let’s talk about communication and change.

Note: Episodes will be updated regularly. They are arranged from newest to oldest.


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Episode 3: How do you respond to a call-out?

The Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) talk about what they’ve learned from their conversations with Mae Paner and Nash Tysmans, and give advice on what you should do if you’re called-out.

Episode 2: Why are call-outs important?

The Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) talk about why we call-out, how we can do so responsibly, and what we can gain from them. With guest Nash Tysmans, writer, teacher, and community worker.

Episode 1: How to transform a call-out to a movement?

The Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) talk about the call-out culture. What it is, how to make it effective, and how it worked in the case of #BabaeAko. With guest Mae Paner, actor and activist.

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PumaPodcast: Project Vanity

A podcast about different kinds of beauty

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A topic we feel strongly about, “Project Vanity” shares stories of female beauty entrepreneurs. Produced by PumaPodcast, “Project Vanity” is hosted by beauty bloggers and entrepreneurs, Liz Lanuzo and Denise Bengzon, who nerd about beauty through their site — projectvanity.com — since 2008.

In this modern age, the duo reinforces the idea that beauty is more than just about makeup and skincare. Living by the hashtag #BeautyButBetter, Project Vanity’s goal is to inspire you to find the confidence within and help you realize that women have always been beautiful. Together, let’s celebrate real beauty — something that we all have.

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Episode 5: Happy Skin’s Rissa Mananquil-Trillo

In this special episode, Liz and Den talk to Happy Skin co-founder Rissa Mananquil-Trillo about empowering Filipinas with easy, effortless makeup that cares for the skin. As a model, she had tried numerous products that irritated her skin and caused her to break out. So she had to cover the effects of makeup with more makeup! Instead of waiting for someone to come up with a solution, she took action on something she was passionate about… at a time when foreign cosmetics were king. We’ll also take a peek into Rissa’s bestselling book, Read My Lips: What It Takes to Build a World-Class Homegrown Brand.

Episode 4: Whitening

Liz and Den delve into a controversial topic: Whitening. Why are Filipinos so obsessed with getting fairer skin? Or are we even obsessed still? Is there a way to whiten safely? Or can we even whiten at all? Plus, some thoughts on how beauty is personal.

Episode 3: Zenutrients’ Angela Dinglasan

Liz sits down with The Greenhouse Inc. president Angela Dinglasan. They’ve been making hair, face, bath, and body products that use Filipino ingredients – think gugo, VCO, and aloe vera. Not only are they reviving traditional remedies, but they’re helping farmers grow their income too. But before she was all about loving local, she worked for multinationals and spent a huge part of her career abroad. We learn about her transition from cushy expat life to always-on entrepreneur.

Episode 2: Colourette’s Nina Dizon

Liz and Den sit down with Colourette founder and CEO Nina Dizon. She’s been making affordable, multi-use makeup that encourages Filipinas to love their skin tone. She started her own business at 19, but she’s had an entrepreneurial spirit since she was a kid, selling song lyrics to her classmates. We learn about the perks of being The Boss, as well as the sacrifices she’s had to make to get to where she is today.

Episode 1: Fake Makeup

Liz and Den discuss the perils of fake makeup. Did you know that it has been found to contain lead, mercury, and rat droppings, even? And we also hear from a member of the Project Vanity community who actually had to undergo eye surgery because of fake eyeliner. Yikes!

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PumaPodcast: Go Hard Girls

A podcast about women in sports sharing their inspiring stories

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We believe women can do what men can do. This is why we’re hosting “Go Hard Girls”, the first podcast dedicated to sharing stories of Filipina athletes. Produced by PumaPodcast, it reimagines the sports industry if it was better for women while inspiring us to make our own mark in our respective fields — be it sports or somewhere we excel.

“Go Hard Girls” is hosted by sports reporter, award-winning writer, and gender equality advocate Ceej Tantengco. Together, let’s celebrate women making their own mark!

Note: Episodes will be regularly updated. They are arranged from newest to oldest.


Episodes

Episode 5: Big Mom Energy with Josie Gabuco

Filipina boxer Josie Gabuco has won five straight gold medals in the Southeast Asian Games. Even more impressive? She did it all while being a single mom.

Episode 4: Nesthy Petecio Knocks Down Barriers

Let’s get intersectional! World amateur boxing champion and SEA Games gold medalist Nesthy Petecio opens up about mental health, being a lesbian athlete, and why she’s stronger for all her struggles. What better way to celebrate Women’s Month?

Episode 3: No League of Their Own

The Philippines prides itself on being a basketball-loving nation, yet there’s no pro league for women. What happens to our Filipina ballers after college? How does this affect the Gilas Pilipinas Women’s program? And what do the athletes want (and don’t want) from a league? The NU Lady Bulldogs get candid in the third and final episode of our series on women’s basketball.

Bonus Episode: Ella Fajardo of Gilas Pilipinas

At just 16 years old, Ella Fajardo helped win the Philippines its first FIBA medal in the women’s division. In this special bonus episode, Ella and Go Hard Girls host Ceej Tantengco talk about her experiences as a Filipina baller in the USA and why the new generation of female athletes are speaking up for equality like never before.

Bonus Episode: Live and unfiltered with the NU Lady Bulldogs!

NU Lady Bulldogs’ Coach Patrick Aquino, UAAP Finals MVP Jack Animam, and Go Hard Girls host Ceej Tantengco sit down with PumaPodcast CEO Roby Alampay for a roundtable discussion. You’ll hear stories from behind the scenes of Go Hard Girls and what their dreams for women’s basketball are.

Episode 2: The MVP Who Almost Didn’t Play

UAAP Finals MVP Jack Danielle Animam didn’t play basketball until she was in high school. We look at what her story tells us about the state of youth development for women’s basketball, and speak to Girls Got Game about how they empower young girls through sports.

Episode 1: The Greatest Winning Streak Nobody Talks About

Five straight, undefeated seasons. 80 straight wins. The NU Lady Bulldogs did all that from 2014 to 2018. We look back at where and how the Lady Bulldogs’ hardcourt dominance began. The team tells us in their own words about the big moments and untold stories of the Greatest Winning Streak Nobody Talks About.

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