MTRCB

AcronymDefinition
MTRCBMovie and Television Review and Classification Board (Philippines)
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In the 7th MTRCB Family and Child Summit held at the Diamond Jubilee Hall, Iloilo City, MTRCB Chairperson Rachel Arenas emphasized the boards role in preserving, enriching, and promoting Filipino cultural values, customs, and traditions to strengthen national identity.
As a result, MTRCB invited PDEA, ABS-CBN and Universal Records, Inc.
The PDEA chief said he is willing to attend any conference that the MTRCB will hold to settle the issue.
While the MTRCB does a good job of rating and regulating movies to ensure that children and minors are not exposed to films for adults, there seems to be no system or rule regarding movie trailers.
In various areas in Manila and some provinces, the MTRCB closed down some 52 movie houses as the censors board sank its teeth deeper into the strict implementation of its R-18 classification.
Film Festival, Alvarez and congress passed a resolution that would slash the MTRCB budget in half, from P23 million ($575,000) to $275,000.
Mental health advocates urged on Monday film outfits and the Movie and Television and Classification Board (MTRCB) to be more sensitive and responsible in how movies with themes of suicide are portrayed so that these would not help fuel the rise of such incidents, especially among the youth.
President Duterte has appointed lawyer Jeremiah Jaro as new vice chairperson of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) recently visited Bohol and conducted the Para sa Matalino at Responsableng Panonood ng Pamilyang Pilipino caravan at Holy Name University, this city.
"We had a previous letter to MTRCB already last September.
MANILA Even giant nets are vulnerable as was shown by the chief of the Movie & Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said the 'entertainment world has lost one of its pillars and the Palace expresses its condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the former Movie and Television Review Classification Board (MTRCB) Chairperson.'