Seasoned broadcast journalist Arnold Clavio was recognized as one of the Ten Outstanding Movers of the Philippines (TOMP) by the Students’ Actions Vital to the Environment and Mother Earth (SAVE ME) Movement.
Clavio, who was cited for his work in the media and communications, dedicated the award to the people who continuously believe and support him.
“Maraming salamat sa SAVE ME Movement at dun sa siyam na kasama kong nabigyan ng parangal sa Palasyo ng Malacanang. Sa inyo ‘yan, Kapuso,” he said.
A broadcast journalist for three decades now, Clavio is one of the hosts of the country’s longest-running morning show Unang Hirit. He also co-anchors GMA’s late night newscast Saksi. In GMA News TV, Clavio hosts the talk show Tonight with Arnold Clavio. He also co-anchors the weekday radio program Dobol A sa Dobol B on Super Radyo dzBB.
The TOMP Award recognizes exemplary and extraordinary deeds of Filipinos, documenting the heroic deeds of the recipients in the hope that their work will be replicated. The SAVE ME Movement is an environmental and ecological organization which aims to instill “greater awareness of, concern for, and responsibility to the imperative of sustainable life on earth.”
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