What is MTRCB stands for?

What is MTRCB stands for?


What is the function of MTRCB?

The MTRCB is a quasi-judicial government agency under the Office of the President, which is responsible for the review and classification of television programs, movies and publicity materials.

Who is the current chairperson of MTRCB?

Maria Rachel “Baby” Arenas is the incumbent chairperson of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) since 2017. She previously served as the former member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines from 2007 until 2013.

Who was the 1st Filipina lead movie star?

Rudy Robles (born Pastor Lluviosa Robles, 29 April 1910 – 11 August 1970) was a Filipino film and television actor. He was one of the first Filipino actors to appear in Hollywood movies….

Rudy Robles
Other names Ruby Robles
Occupation Actor
Years active 1939–1956

Who founded MTRCB?

President Ferdinand Marcos
The MTRCB was created through Presidential Decree No. 1986 by the late former President Ferdinand Marcos. MTRCB is under the Office of the President that has been mandated to regulate and classify movies, television programs, related publicity materials and/or promotional materials thereof.

Can MTRCB regulate Netflix?

Media law expert: MTRCB has no legal authority in regulating online video streaming sites. Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, September 4) – The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has no legal authority to regulate online video streaming sites such as Netflix, a media law expert said.

What is the highest Movie age rating?

NC-17. The NC-17 rating is the highest rating (even higher than the R-rating) that a film can be given, and it means the movie is for adults only (ages 18 and older) and no one age 17 or younger will be admitted. This rating, prior to 1990, was previously rated X.

What does R16 mean in movies?

R16 – Restricted It is illegal for anyone to show or sell this to someone under 16 years of age.

What is the purpose of the reminder in television MTRCB rated SPG?

The “SPG” classification warns parents to exercise greater parental responsibility in their children’s viewing of the program.

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