Kara David
Filipino journalist
Kara David
Kara Patria David is a Filipino journalist. She currently works for GMA Network as one of the presenters of i-Witness and host of OFW Diaries.
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Hanging around
The Delaware Gazette - over 4 years
Lara David, 8, of Delaware, enjoys a warm summer day at Mingo Park Friday. Playtime at area parks will likely be more difficult in the coming days; weather forecasts call for thunderstorms and scattered showers throughout the Labor Day holiday weekend. (GAZETTE | Devon Immelt) The post Hanging around appeared first on The Delaware Gazette.
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As other cities struggle, Marikina keeps dengue down - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
In an interview with Kara David on GMA News TV's "News To Go," De Guzman said the city government puts a premium on cleanliness especially at the barangay level. "Sa pamamagitan ng ating mga barangay, sinasabihan natin sila na maglinis
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Sungduan: Compassion - Sun.Star
Google News - over 5 years
The theme of the event -- “Important Contribution of Mass Media in Nation Building” -- was clearly reflected in the message of GMA 7's Broadcast Journalist Kara David, the first lecturer in the conference who pointed out that one need not to be rich to
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Truth from the mouths of babes - Philippine Star
Google News - over 5 years
If only there were more reporters like Kara David who skillfully use Filipino to open the eyes and touch the hearts of well-to-do Filipinos about the plight of their less fortunate countrymen. If only there were more indie movies like Ang Babae sa
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Ang Buwaya ng Rio Tuba Documentary by Kara David - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
Kara David joins the search in an actual wild goose chase along the nooks and crannies of Rio Tuba's river systems and mangroves, setting traps for the intruder. But as they pursue the crocodile, secrets hidden in Rio Tuba are unraveled
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GMA Network launches third international channel - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
Also part of the formidable lineup of names from GMA News TV International are Kara David, Prof. Winnie Monsod, and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) executive director Malou Mangahas. GMA News recently earned five citations from
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Harry Potter lives on in Hogwarts Philippines - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
Dressed as characters from Harry Potter, Goloy and a few other members of the local fans club were interviewed by Kara David on News to Go on Wednesday. The thousand-strong group began in 2001 as an e-club. Today, their home is at their online castle
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Crocodile suspected of killing fisherman caught in Palawan - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
Kara David Experts from the Palawan Crocodile Farm and the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development caught the saltwater crocodile (scientific name Crocodylus porosus) at 5:00 am on Monday, Kara David reported on GMA News TV' "News To Go
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Death of a child makes reporter reflect on his work - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
Clarimel or "Imet" (right) in a file photo sent by Kara David's Foundation in September 2010. I felt a lump in my throat. Having grown up in a province and having also faced some hardships (although not on the same scale), I knew what that meant: when
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Art Gap 10 shows Kapuso employees' artistic side - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
Felipe L. Gozon was among the subjects, along with GMA News Online editor-in-chief Howie Severino and other Kapuso personalities Mike Enriquez, Arnold Clavio, Kara David, Kuya Germs, Mel Tiangco, Marian Rivera, Richard Gutierrez and Heart Evangelista
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DOH: PHL scarlet fever free; other diseases hound Cotabato - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
In a report, GMA News' Kara David on “24 Oras," said the Bureau of Quarantine confirmed that no traveler with scarlet fever has so far entered the country. A DOH advisory said scarlet fever is a disease caused by bacteria called Group A Beta-Hemolytic
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Docu inspires making of 'Amaya' - Manila Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
“Ang Huling Prinsesa,” a classic “I-Witness” documentary by Kara David, an inspiration behind GMA's epic teleserye “Amaya,” was re-shown June 3 on GMA News TV. “Nung napanood ko yung documentary, na-excite ako. Naging curious ako sa pre-Hispanic
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iWitness docu that inspired 'Amaya' to replay on GMA News TV this June 3 - GMANews.TV
Google News - over 5 years
“Ang Huling Prinsesa," the 2004 I-Witness documentary by Kara David that inspired GMA's epic teleserye "Amaya," will air this Friday at 8 pm on GMA News TV. For the documentary which helped inspire the soap, Kara David trekked deep into the mountains
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Too much news to handle? - BusinessWorld Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Also in the lineup are Kara David, Professor Winnie Monsod and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) and Executive Director Malou Mangahas, while Sheila Coronel of Columbia University, Marites Vitug of Newsbreak Magazine,
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The beatification of Karol Wojtyla - Inquirer.net
Google News - almost 6 years
From San Francisco, California, Kara David reports on the world-famous San Andreas Fault. Together with the United States Geological Survey or USGS, Kara examines the science behind earthquakes and the steps Filipinos in the US are taking to prepare
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Jose Mari Chan's 'Manhattan Connection' - Manila Standard Today
Google News - almost 6 years
... Ervic Vejandre, and more; as well as News and Public Affairs personalities like Kara David, Ivan Mayrina, Nelson Canlas, Lhar Santiago, Aubrey Carampel, Raffy Tima, Mariz Umali and Lei Alviz. You've probably already heard his song on the radio
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Kara David
    THIRTIES
  • 2011
    Age 37
    In 2011, she was chosen as one of the Ten Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service (TOWNS).
    More Details Hide Details In 2002, David founded Project Malasakit – a non-stock non-profit foundation that sends poor Filipino children to school. It embarks on community outreach programs that gives food, medicine and school supplies to remote communities that do not have access to basic government service. Project Malasakit now has 15 scholars (most of them child laborers and victims of child abuse). It has helped more than 800 families through its quarterly outreach programs. David has also embarked on long-term projects for communities. “Paraisong Uhaw”, her documentary on waterless communities in Masbate, has led to the construction of 10 water wells in the municipality of Balud. David and her Project Malasakit team also constructed a sustainable solar power facility in a community of Mangyans in Mindoro Province.
  • 2007
    Age 33
    In 2007, David was chosen as one of the Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) of the country and was honored as Broadcast Journalist of the Year.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1995
    Age 21
    She then worked as a production assistant and researcher for GMA Network in 1995.
    More Details Hide Details She was promoted as writer/researcher for the program “Emergency” and hosted “Huling Hirit”, a regular two-minute segment in the daily news doing adventure-oriented and inspiring features. David also hosted several public affairs programs such as Case Unclosed, a documentary program that investigates unsolved cases and mysteries. She hosted OFW Diaries, a public service program that reaches out to Filipino overseas workers. Currently, she is the news anchor of News To Go, a morning news program on GMANewsTV. David has almost a hundred documentaries to her name. In “Bitay” she helped stop the execution of a convict on death row. For this she was honored as Investigative Journalist of the Year by the Rotary Club of Manila. In the documentary “Selda Inosente”, David entered the world of children born and bred in prison. The film won her the UNICEF Child Rights Award, besting more than a hundred entries from all over the world.
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