October 13, 2018

Golden Cañedo and 5 Clashers Sign Exclusive Contract with GMA Artist Contract

After the successful run of The Clash hosted by the Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid. The Golden Voice from Cebu hailed as the Ultimate Clasher and she is Golden Cañedo. 

On October 11, Golden along with the 5 Clashers - Jong Madaliday, Garett Bolden, Anthony Rosaldo, Miriam Manalo and Josh Adornado signed an exclusive GMA Artist Center contract. GMA Executives Lilibeth Rasonable, Gigi Lara-Santiago and Simoun Ferrer are there to join the clashers. 

The Top 6 Clashers first project with GMA-7 is the Sunday Musical Variety Show "Studio 7". It will start airing starting October 14 at 7:40PM only at GMA Network. 

SKYBIZ Launches Fiber Network in Iloilo and Bacolod

SKYBIZ, the business solutions arm of content and broadband provider SKY, continues to promote the use of digital tools for entrepreneurs for business growth opportunities as it launches the SKYBIZ fiber network in Iloilo and Bacolod via the SKYBIZ Growth Series on September 18 and September 20, respectively. 

With the fiber network in place, SKYBIZ is able to deliver fast and business-grade broadband services. Its products are designed to help small, medium, and large enterprises ensure productivity, capitalize on digital technology, with the provision of cable television to enrich customer experience. 

These include business-grade fiber broadband connections that may be bundled with other data and content services like BIZTV HD, which is powered by SKYcable, and BIZTV Direct, which is powered by SKYdirect. For SMEs, it offers BIZbroadband Connect plan, which includes business-grade broadband with no data caps, a 24/7 technical support, static IP, and domain registration for one year.

SKYBIZ's Growth Series is dubbed as  "Embracing Digital Success: Transforming the Future of Your Business" will teach company owners and decision makers the advantages and specific tools in digital marketing. Topics to be discussed are: Success in Digital Marketing and Benefits of Going Digital for Your Business: Traditional Marketing vs. Digital Marketing to be led by industry experts like Maven Solutions CEO Yen de Felipe; SCI – Satoshi Citadel Industries Co- founder/CEO John BailonAcudeenTechnologies, Inc. founder and CEO Mario Jordan Fetalino III; ServeHappy Jobs founder and CEO Audrey Tanco UyMober, Move at a Click founder and CEO Dennis Ng; and Pushkart.ph – Online Grocery Delivery CEO Joshua Aragon.

"Digital marketing benefits businesses of all sizes by giving access to the mass market at an affordable price. It allows truly personalized marketing. The main advantage of digital marketing is that a targeted audience can be reached in a cost-effective and measurable way. We want to enable our clients for the future," shared SKYBIZ Dicky LiwanagSKYBIZ Enterprise and MSME head.

Last June 30, SKYBIZ launched the Growth Series in Cebu with digital marketing guru Fleire Castro and DTI Regional VII Provincial Director Ma. Elena Arbon
Visit skybiz.com.ph to find out more about the different products and services of SKYBIZ.

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Jed Madela Celebrates 15th Year in Showbiz with “Higher Than High: the 15th Anniversary Concert” at the Big Dome


Jed Madela normally celebrates his showbiz anniversary in style, and this year is no different as he marks his fifteenth year in the industry with his first-ever solo concert at the Araneta Coliseum with "Higher than High: the 15th Anniversary Concert" happening on November 16 (Friday) at 8 PM

"It has always been the dream of every artist to stand onstage and scream 'Good evening, Araneta!' I'm very excited and nervous at the same time. Excited that finally, I will be performing solo in the Big Dome and nervous because there's a lot of pressure on me now to fill its seats," he said. 

According to Jed, his manager thought of the concert's title. "She came up with it based on what audiences expect from me whenever I'm onstage - which is sing big songs that require me to belt to the heavens. . . . but more than me doing songs like that, my main goal as far as this concert is concerned is to take the audience to the next level." 

Jed and his team began conceptualizing the show early this year. He is proud of the show and says they pulled out all the stops to ensure that "Higher than High: the 15th Anniversary Concert" will be one for the books. 

"We worked really hard on all the numbers, especially the opening," he shared. "I don't want to spoil the surprise, but I will say that the show starts the moment you step into the venue." 

Jed shared that the show is dedicated to those who have supported him and his dreams since the beginning - from the release of "I'll Be Around," his first album, to his star turn at the 2005 World Championships of Performing Arts, to his current status as one of OPM's greats. 

"I am so full of gratitude to everyone who has been with me since day one. The ones who never left me. I may not have a horde of screaming fans, but I know that I have supporters who quietly support me in their own little way. Knowing that I've touched their lives is enough for me. As long as there are people who are willing to listen to me sing, I will keep singing." 

"Higher than High: the 15th Anniversary Concert" is directed by Marvin Caldito.

Jed is set to perform with the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra - under the baton of Maestro Gerard Salonga - and the Philippine Madrigal Singers.

Alyssa Valdez Runs with the Tamaraw, Former FEU Star Jeff Chan Remembers His College Wars in “U-Town”

Basketball star Jeff Chan will pay tribute to his alma mater Far Eastern University (FEU) as the spotlight turns to the Morayta-based campus  in "University Town" (U-Town) this Saturday, 1 pm on ABS-CBN S+A and S+A HD.

Jeff was a star player in the FEU senior men's basketball team before making a name in the professional league and sniping for the national team.  Gretchen Ho and Robi Domingo will join him as he reminisces his glory days in the team, which holds the record for most championships in UAAP senior men's basketball.

Another former FEU student that's making the country proud is journalist Jamela Alindogan, who is currently a correspondent of an international media network in the Middle East. The former FEU courtside reporter has truly gone a long way and she will share how her education and experience in the UAAP has helped her build a career in journalism abroad.

Meanwhile, volleyball superstar Alyssa Valdez will get to try another sport as she joins the training of the multi-decorated FEU Track and Field team. See if she can keep up with the speed and agility of the rampaging Tamaraws in the field of athletics.

Also get a tour of FEU campus, known as the "oasis of U-belt" with its green and relaxing landscape, and meet the students behind the award-winning film "Fat You," which follows the story of a girl suffering from discrimination because of her weight.

Don't miss another fun and inspiring episode of "U-Town" with Gretchen Ho, Robi Domingo, and Alyssa Valdez this Saturday (September 29) at 1 pm on S+A and S+A HD.

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October 12, 2018

After 3 Decades with GMA, Regine Velasquez Announces Transfer to ABS-CBN

After staying with GMA-7 for a greater part of her three-decade career, Regine Velasquez-Alcasid joins her husband Ogie Alcasid and the rest of former Kapuso stars Jaya, Kyla, JayR, Richard Gutierrez, and Angel Locsin in the Kapamilya network.

ABS-CBN announced that the bestselling recording artist is joining "ASAP: Live in Sydney" this coming October 20 putting an end to the long speculations about her network transfer.

October 11, 2018

Ryan Gosling Plays “First Man” on the Moon, Neil Armstrong

Two-time Oscar-nominee Ryan Gosling stars as real-life astronaut Neil Armstrong in Universal Pictures' First Man, the riveting story behind the first manned mission to the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the decade leading to the historic Apollo 11 flight. 


Time and again, Gosling has proven his commitment to his art—as seen in his preparation for his Oscar®-nominated role in La La Land, when he learned to play the piano in just three months.  Likewise, during his preparation for his role in The Notebook, Gosling spent two months soaking up the culture of Charleston, South Carolina, and, just like his character, actually learned to build furniture.


In First Man, Gosling proves his dedication in time spent studying to portray the global icon.  For the production team, director and star are inextricably linked in their shared passion for perfection.  "Ryan has a commitment to doing excellent work," sums producer Marty Bowen.  "He is keenly aware of the legacy he's leaving behind and often, likeminded people find one another in material that they can connect with.  It makes sense that Ryan and director Damien Chazelle want to work together.  When you watch La La Land, the character that Ryan plays is someone who's obsessive about his craft…because Ryan's obsessive about his craft."


Gosling brings a special something to his roles, commends Bowen.  "It's his humanity.  It's his understanding of sentiment…and not sentimentality.  So often people want to overwhelm you with their emotion.  It's the truly great craftsmen who know how to dispense it in a way that keeps you leaning in."


Gosling admits that becoming Neil Armstrong would have been impossible without the help of numerous collaborators.  "I was very privileged to meet with Janet Armstrong before she passed away.  I was also very fortunate to talk with Neil's two sons, Rick and Mark, and spend time with Neil's sister, June, at their farm in Wapakoneta, Ohio, where Neil was born.  The Armstrong Air & Space Museum, and both NASA's Cape Canaveral and Houston facilities, opened their doors to me.  There were also experts on set daily to advise on the specifics of every mission we were trying to replicate.  I also had almost constant access to author James Hansen and his book First Man; a work of more than 700 pages of meticulous research.  I've never had so much help researching a role or been involved with so many people who were so enthusiastic and happy to provide it."


Gosling's fascination for Armstrong and the men who were his cohorts permeated the production.  "My first instinct in preparing for this role was to learn how to fly.  Neil was flying before he could drive; it seemed an integral part of who he was, so I thought I should start there.  At a certain point in my training, I was asked to force the aircraft into a self-imposed 'stall,' and I had a moment of clarity.  This was a terrible idea.  I understood in that moment why Neil was destined to be one of the world's greatest pilots and why I was not.  Like many other astronauts, Neil began as a test pilot.  It takes a certain kind of person to knowingly get into an aircraft that has never been flown and take it to its breaking point, for the sole purpose of finding its flaws so that we might move our understanding of aeronautics forward." 


One of Gosling's biggest fans on set was the actress who plays his on-screen wife.  "Ryan is warmth personified," sums Claire Foy, who portrays Janet Armstrong.  "He doesn't have to work very hard at that, I don't think.  He's incredibly likable as a person, and that's the thing with Neil.  I don't think he was antisocial or rude; he wasn't conventional.  He didn't do what everybody does, which is try and make everyone else feel great about themselves…and if there's an awkward silence, try and fill it.  Innately, Ryan is kind-hearted and generous and warm and genuine…that's just naturally what he brings to the table."


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“I Love You, Hater” “Die Beautiful” “Da One that Ghost Away” Showing in KBO this Weekend


JoshLia fans are sure to swoon all over again as the tandem's Star Cinema movie, "I Love You, Hater," premieres on television this weekend on KBO. 


Joshua Garcia plays Joko, a young man who is only trying to help his family survive, while Julia Barretto plays Zoey, a girl out to prove herself to the world. An opportunity knocks for both when Kris Aquino, who plays Sasha, starts looking for a new personal assistant. But only one can get the job. 


Joko goes all out to earn the post, and even pretends to be gay to get closer to his potential boss. Will their own goals prevail? Or will they set aside their differences and find true happiness and love in the end?


"I Love You, Hater" is the fast rising loveteam's fourth movie in just two years since being paired together. 


This film also marks the comeback of Kris Aquino and is only the second directorial film of Gisele Andres.


Joining "I Love You, Hater" this Saturday (Oct. 13)and Sunday (Oct. 14) are Da One That Ghost Away," "Woke Up Like This," "Die Beautiful," and "10000 Hours." 


Simply register using any prepaid or postpaid SIM. For prepaid, just load up (Globe, TM, Smart, Sun, TNT) with P30; press the green / INFO button on your TVplus box remote to get your box ID; then text KBO30 OCT13 <TVplus box ID> to 2366.


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Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Returns to PH Theaters for 10th Anniversary Movie Marathon

Avengers assemble!  To celebrate an impressive decade of Marvel Studios blockbusters, starting October 13 and running through October 21, sixteen films spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe will be returning to Philippine theaters for the Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Movie Marathon.

Beginning with Marvel Studios' "Iron Man," the first film to kick off the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and all the way through this year's releases of "Black Panther," "Avengers: Infinity War," and "Ant-Man and The Wasp," MCU films will be seen in the big screen again in participating cinemas across the country.

The complete list of movies to be shown includes Iron Man (2008), Thor, Thor The Dark World, Thor Ragnarok, Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ant-man, Ant-man and The Wasp, Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 1, Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, The Avengers, Avengers Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War and Avengers Infinity War. 

Watch any of the past 16 Marvel films at any participating theater below for only Php 100 per title from October 13 to 21, 2018: 

·        SM Mall of Asia

·        SM Megamall

·        SM Davao

·        SM Seaside

·        SM Manila

·        SM Sta. Mesa

·        SM City Fairview

·        SM Aura

·        Trinoma

·        Centrio

·        Glorietta 4

·        Gateway

·        Robinsons Galleria

·        Robinsons Manila

·        Robinsons North Tacloban

·        Robinsons Pavia Iloilo

·        Vista Daang Hari

·        Vista Pampanga

·        Vista Bataan

·        Power Plant

·        Greenhills Promenade

·        Festival Mall Cinemas

·        Eastwood Cinemas


Fans can also avail of a special bundle ticket that allows access for all 16 films for just Php 1,200 which already includes a limited edition poster. Check out the respective websites and social pages of participating cinemas for the screening schedule.


Marvel Studios' unprecedented success over the last ten years is reflected in its cumulative box-office receipts worldwide. Legions of fans—both old and new—have enjoyed the live-action exploits of favorite Marvel Super Heroes in films that express the unique vision and creativity of the filmmakers, and deliver spectacle and thrilling action with relatable characters.

Watch out for Marvel Studios' highly anticipated motion pictures -- Captain Marvel and the Untitled Avengers 4 on 2019.

Follow @MarvelPhilippines on Facebook for the latest updates on your favourite superheroes in the Marvel Universe!

“Liway,” Cinemalaya’s Highest-Grossing Film of All Time Now Open in Select Theaters Nationwide

After a very successful premiere at the 2018 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival the film "Liway" begins its commercial run in cinemas across the country on October 10 Quantum Films is the distributor of this stirring motion picture. The story, which is set during Martial Law, is about a young mother who uses storytelling to protect her young son from the painful realities of prison life.

The movie is based on director Kip Oebanda's experiences as he was growing up inside the prison camp where his parents were detained. It features rousing performances by Glaiza de Castro as Inday/Kumander Liway, Dominic Roco, Soliman Cruz, Joel Saracho, Nico Antonio Sue Prado, Paolo O'hara, Ebong Joson, Gerry Cornejo, Diana Alferez, Julie Bautista, Pau Benitez, Liway Gabo, She Maala, Renante Bustamante, with Vance Larena, Upeng Galang Fernandez, and Khalil Ramos in a very special role. Child actor Kenken Nuyad plays Inday's son, Dakip. The screenplay is written by Kip Oebanda and Zig Dulay. The movie is produced by VY/AC Productions and Exquisite Aspect Ventures.

My childhood memories were full of laughter and love coupled with the daily routines of prison life," Oebanda writes in his director's notes. "Within the barb wired walls and the cramped Il room, I learned to read, write and speak." Although the young Kip was thrown into a place that was certainly unfit for a child, he learned to cope. Oebanda says, "My parents, to the best of their ability, tried to keep me healthy and happy. By all accounts and in the small flashes of my memory, it was a happy childhood."

Liway" presents through the poignant relationship of mother and child, the struggles of those who fought for freedom during Martial Law. "Beyond a deeply personal story of people who refuse to remain as victims, it brings the audience to the emotional journey and sacrifices that freedom requires," Oebanda elaborates.

Lead actress Glaiza de Castro hopes that the film's subject and message can motivate the
youth to examine the Martial Law period. She says, "(Sana) magiging kahalo na ng mga gagawin natin sa hinaharap. Magigiging inspirasyon.. ugat ng diskusyon." Producer Alemberg affirms, "To preserve the lessons of the past, we must tap both the hearts and minds particularly of the younger generations who may not have lived through the era".

The reaction so far has been nothing short of "electrifying." Thanks to good reviews and strong word-of-mouth, "Liway" is turning out to be the Martial Law movie of this generation. The story truly resonates with the people. Throughout the Cinemalaya 2018 festival, "Liway" played to SRO audiences wherever it was shown, eventually becoming the Audience Choice winner and the highest-grossing Cinemalaya film in the festival's 14-year history. At almost every those who watched were stirred to tears, standing ovations, and even patriotic screening, those who watched were stirred to tears, standing ovations, and even patriotic chanting.

So don't be left out. Find out why everyone is raving about "Liway". Catch it when it opens in theaters nationwide on October 10. 

Interested parties may organize block screenings; for more information, please visit the Liway Facebook page. 

Big Reveal: Maine Mendoza is Making the Big Switch


Phenomenal Star Maine Mendoza is a hot topic once again. Recently, a new endorsement shoot of hers leaked online and her hawk-eyed legions of fans were quick to grab the receipts. She was spotted at what appears to be the pictorial shoot for Maxi-Peel and word has it, she's the new endorser of their latest product called Maxi-Peel ZERO.


​Here's what we know: Word has it that she's looking for something more  than just a basic cleanser,  and she feels that her old brand simply doesn't make the cut anymore given her very hectic lifestyle. That's why she's making the switch. We've seen Maine endorse all sorts of products but over the years, she has become much more selective in terms of products and  brands she works with, choosing only the ones that she truly believes in. This is why she's not just the top celebrity endorser in this country, she is also the most compelling. Just very recently, Maine was one of the winners at the 8th EdukCircleAwards bagging two awards, the Most Influential Female Endorser and the Best Female Variety Show Host.

​Could this be the reason why Maine has been posting more selfies recently? Her supporters have been pointing out that her skin is to-die-for. Not a blemish in sight! And they are quick to add that her glowing skin is the perfect complement to her endearing personality.

​Reese Dianson, a Maine loyalist, proudly exclaims: "Love namin si Maine because with her, what you see is what you get. Hindi mo siya mapipilit sa isang bagay na ayaw niya. Kaya kung magpapalit nga siya ng brand, yun talaga ang kanyangpaniniwala. So kami, as true believers, lilipat din kami!" For Becca Lizada who has followed Maine from the first time she made her debut at Eat Bulaga: "Si Maine, totoong tao yan. Walang halong kaplastikan. Bawat galaw at salita niya, yun siyasa real life! Kaya sa endorsements niya, choosy si Maine dahilpangalan niya ang nakataya!".

​True or not, Maine's fans are buzzing with excitement and if it is, we're betting that just like any product she endorses, Maxi-Peel ZERO will soon be flying off the shelves, too.

C1 Originals Screens 9 Must-Watch Feature Films, Award-Winning Restored Classics, and Best of World Cinemas Starting October 12

Nine feature stories await moviegoers in the much-awaited Cinema One Originals 2018 along with restored Filipino classics, selected foreign films, best of C1 Originals, and exciting shorts when the festival starts on Friday (October 12).

The fresh roster of competition films are vying to reign over the festival’s 14th year with the theme “I Am Original,” with selections depicting stories of crimes and injustice from young and brilliant directors of this generation.

Among these films are:
A Short History Of A Few Bad Things
Bagyong Bheverlynn
Double Twisting Double Back
Mamu; and a Mother Too
Never Tear Us Apart
Pang MMK

Aside from the film showing, three Cinema One Originals’ entries, for the first time, also have book versions - “Double Twisting Double Back,” “Hospicio,” and “Pang MMK.”

“Hospicio,” the original screenplay by Bobby Bonifacio Jr. and Juvy Galamiton, features the various stories of addiction not only of the institution’s residents but also of its officials.

John Lapus’ “Pang MMK” book is an inspiration on overcoming adversities and facing them directly with one’s strength of character.

The screenplay of “Double Twisting Double Back,” a film by Joseph Abello, is also transformed into an erotic sports thriller novel.

This year’s world cinema highlights include:
Ash is the Purest White
Bitter Melon
Las Herederas
The Miseducation of Cameron Post
The Poet and The Boy

Among the restored classics to be showcased are:
Alupihang Dagat
Ang Padrino
Ang Panday
Dekada ’70
Got 2 Believe
Gumising Ka Maruja
Ikaw Pa Lang Ang Minahal
May Minamahal
Minsa’y Isang Gamu-Gamo
Nunal sa Tubig
Omeng Sanatasia
Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara
Sa Init ng Apoy

The festival held a special star-studded opening night last Tuesday with the screening of “A Star Is Born” at Gateway Cineplex, attended by participating filmmakers and cast, film industry stalwarts, and the media.   

Cinema One Originals is under the festival partnership program of the Film Development Council Of The Philippines (FDCP). 

Catch all the films starting Friday (October 12) until October 21 (Sunday) in:
Santolan Town Plaza
SM North Edsa
SM Megamall
SM Manila
SM Sta. Mesa
FDCP Cinematheque Manila
Up Cine Adarna
Cinema ’76
Black Maria Theater
Cinema Centenario.

Ticket prices are at P200 each in major and alternative cinemas, P150 for students and at SM CineLokal theaters, and P100 at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. Festival passes are available ktx.abs-cbn.com. The C1 Originals books, priced at P195 each, are exclusively available for pre-order at National Book Store. 

Visit @CinemaOneOriginals (FB), @c1origs (Twitter) and @c1originals (IG) for more updates.

October 9, 2018

Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg Reunite in Action-packed Movie "MILE 22," Now Showing in Theaters Nationwide

VIVA International Pictures and MVP Entertainment proudly present “Mile 22”, the fourth film collaboration between director Peter Berg and two-time Academy award nominee Mark Wahlberg after their blockbuster movies “Patriots Day”, “Deepwater Horizon” and the Oscar-nominated “Lone Survivor”.

“Mile 22” follows an elite paramilitary team called the “Ground Branch” who must travel 22 miles in 38 minutes to transport a foreign intelligence asset from an American Embassy in Southeast Asia to an airfield where he will be extracted and brought to the United States. This asset possesses highly classified information which could prevent terrorists from attacking and making at least six major cities uninhabitable.

As the Ground Branch risks life and limb in Southeast Asia, with the city’s military, police, and even street gangs closing in on them to reclaim the asset, its counterpart called “Overwatch” is tasked to aid them from thousands of miles away. Overwatch has mad hacking skills, monitoring the Ground Branch agents involved in the operation and communicating with them in real time to help keep them alive, in motion and on mission, as the action unfolds and the city quickly becomes a battleground.

Mark Wahlberg portrays James “Jimmy” Silva, the brilliant senior officer and leader of this small but lethal group. His brain is like a shark, always moving, always working, and seemingly incapable of slowing down; he is incapable of separating himself from his work. He feels a tremendous amount of responsibility to protect his country and his team, who know him to be direct, gruff, unpredictable, sarcastic, and all business.

When asked what drives Jimmy Silva, Wahlberg answers, “His upbringing, his youth…He has no family, no ties to anybody. (For him) the mission comes first, last, and in between. So, it’s a very unique kind of skill set that these guys have that are requirements for the job.”

Ronda Rousey (Furious 7, The Expendables 3) plays Samantha “Sam” Snow, a member of Silva’s group. This former UFC women’s bantamweight champion fighter excited shares, “They put the script in my lap and it was a completely fresh and different role for me, and I absolutely loved it. My role was not so dependent on being physical and fighting; it was like completely the opposite.” In this film, Rousey’s character exhibits extreme loyalty to her friends.”

Playing the foreign intelligence asset named Li Noor is Indonesian actor and martial arts master Iko Uwais, best known for his starring roles in the acclaimed action film series The Raid: Redemption and The Raid 2. “Mile 22” marks his American film debut.

According to Peter Berg, “Iko is a big reason for me wanting to do this movie; he’s probably what started it.” The director reveals that he was mesmerized by Iko after watching The Raid. Iko has been referred to as “the next Bruce Lee”, and Berg began formulating plans for an action film to bring Uwais to a worldwide audience. That film became Mile 22.

Although “Mile 22” is a work of fiction, it’s standard practice for Berg to engage a group of consultants with real world experience – from Navy SEALs and Army Rangers, to CIA officers and computer experts – to assist the cast and filmmakers in creating accurate character depictions in terms of both actions and dialogue in any given situation. So viewers can expect a realistic and thrilling movie.

This intense and explosive film opens in cinemas on October 10.




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