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MANILA, Philippines – Following two incidents that spurred collective outrage over the treatment of precocious child talent Ryzza Mae Dizon in her own show, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has come up with guidelines as agreed upon by representatives of TAPE Inc., producer of “The Ryzza Mae Show.”
The MTRCB detailed the agreement of its meeting with TAPE on its Twitter account.
MTRCB welcomes TAPE’s undertaking to weed out undesirable live studio participants to protect both child talents & audience.— MTRCB (@MTRCBgov) September 13, 2013
MTRCB further notes TAPE’s prior engagement of child development expert to advise proper handling of child talent.— MTRCB (@MTRCBgov) September 13, 2013
One of the incidents involved comedian-host Vic Sotto spraying juice on Dizon’s face.
TAPE explained that it did not reach the child talent’s face.
MTRCB notes explanation that juice-spraying was done obliquely and meant to create impression that juice reached face of talent.— MTRCB (@MTRCBgov) September 13, 2013
Noting the impact of such impression, TAPE still undertook not to have such scenes anymore consistent w/ other measures for the child host.— MTRCB (@MTRCBgov) September 13, 2013
Both parties have agreed to involve Dizon in the creative process behind her show, with the assistance of “responsible adults,” as mentioned on Twitter. – Rappler.com