- A group of students decided to film themselves while practicing radio broadcasting
- The video was uploaded on social media and immediately went viral
- A lot of netizens noticed that the students sounded like veterans while reporting
A video of several high school students immediately went viral on social media after netizens noticed that they sounded like veteran radio broadcasters.
KAMI learned that the video showed students from Eastern Samar National Comprehensive High School while rehearsing for a press competition in Ormoc City.
Majority of the members showcased the beauty of their voices as radio anchors and reporters while one of them was tasked to apply sound effects to make it more realistic.
Aside from reading the script like “veteran” news authorities, the students also did excellent job in delivering several informative commercials in between reports.
Although they failed to win in the regional press conference days after they took the video, the students got inspired by the positive feedbacks they received online.
According to Shamen Bebita, one of the people seen in the video, she could not believe that the footage where she was in will become viral on social media.
"Parang na-shock ako, like wow! viral ba to? Ako ba to? Like hindi ko inexpect na mag-va-viral yung video," she quipped.
"Maraming pasalamat pa rin kami kahit hindi nanalo, malaking twist ba, 'yung feeling namin ngayon na parang, kahit hindi nanalo, parang nag-champion na rin dahil maraming nag-appreciate," Ralph Justin Alconaba, another member of the team, said.
Here is the video with more than 4 million views already:
In a previous article by KAMI, the new family photo of John Lloyd Cruz and Ellen Adarna with son Elias Modesto also went viral online.
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