Where you can watch #TheLeaderIWant President-VP forum

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Where you can watch #TheLeaderIWant President-VP forum
Watch Rappler's #TheLeaderIWant President-VP Forum from our viewing parties nationwide

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MANILA, Philippines – In May 2015, Rappler launched #TheLeaderIWant, the theme of our 2016 presidential elections coverage, to help the public in choosing the right leaders that will lead our country in the next 6 years.

As part of this campaign and to guide voters along this journey and help make informed decisions, Rappler will hold #TheLeaderIWant President-Vice President Forum on January 20 at the De La Salle University’s Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium in Manila.

Before, during, and after this forum, which is open to other media for coverage, the public will be able to ask their candidates questions through our social media partners.

While requests for reservations are pouring in, you can participate in the discussion wherever you are nationwide. Media partners, DZRH-MBC & Media ng Bayan (formerly PTV-4), plan to “roadblock” about 200 television and radio stations across the Philippines and telecast the forum live from 3-5pm. 

MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm, has mobilized its communities and partners to host viewing parties for the public for free. Below is a list of our viewing parties nationwide. Please send your full name, e-mail and contact numbers to the point person for each location.

Manila:

  • JPL Freedom Hall in the Lyceum of the Philippines University’s Intramuros campus (300 slots available)
  • Contact person: Paolo Laurel (paolo.laurel@lpu.edu.ph)
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University (350-450 seats)
  • Contact person: Ken Aquino (09052130869 / (02) 523-4620)

Quezon city: 

  • Colayco Pavilion, MVP Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University (100 – 150 slots available) 
  • Contact person: Daniel Labial (danielandrelabial@gmail.com)

Cavite:

  • DLSU-Dasmariñas
  • Contact person: Paula Clareza (clareza.mprb@pnu.edu.ph)

Quezon:

  • Lucban Municipal hall
  • Contact Person: Abigail Abigan (eyeayibigan@gmail.com)

Cebu:

  • University of San Jose – Recoletos (300 slots available)
  • Contact person: (to follow)

Dumaguete

  • Silliman University
  • Contact person: Kirk Emperado (kirkfemperado@su.edu.ph)

Iloilo:

  • Dojo Coworking Space at Iloilo City (60 slots available)
  • Contact person: Russel Mendez (russel.patina@gmail.com)

Leyte:

  • Multimedia Development Center, Visayas State University in Visca, Baybay City, Leyte (150 slots available)
  • Contact person: Derek Alviola (derek.alviola@rappler.com)

Davao City:

  • KAHAYAG: The Foundation For Development Support Communication Inc. 121 University Avenue, Juna Subdivision, Matina, Davao City (50 slots available)
  • Contact person: Perry Lamanilao (kahayagfoundation@gmail.com)

Zamboanga City:

  • Carlos Dominguez Conference Hall, Ateneo de Zamboanga University (for students, staff, and faculty only)
  • Contact person: Rudmar Villanueva (rudmarv@gmail.com)

Tawi-Tawi:

  • Marine Battalion Landing Team 3 camp at Sanga-Sanga (60 slots available)
  • Marine Battalion Landing Team 3 camp at Bongao (60 slots available)
  • Contact person: Terri Gonzales (terri.chio.gonzales@gmail.com)

Want to host a viewing party?

If you or your organization are interested in hosting a viewing party, please contact MovePH via move.ph@rappler.com and david.lozada@rappler.com.

Our partner, Media ng Bayan, has television stations in:

  • Metro Manila
  • Vigan
  • Baguio
  • Legazpi
  • Calbayog
  • Tacloban
  • Cebu
  • Palawan
  • Dumaguete
  • Agusan Del Sur
  • Marawi
  • Zamboanga Sibugay
  • Davao
  • Guimaras

Viewing parties will be acknowledged during the program. – Rappler.com

For inquiries, please contact David Lozada at david.lozada@rappler.com.

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