1.When Atom Araullo faced super typhoon Haiyan head-on in Tacloban in order to deliver a report.
2.When Jiggy Manicad and his team walked for six hours to Palo, Leyte during typhoon Haiyan to get to the network's satellite setup and inform the country about the situation at the scene.
3.And when Love Añover's life was put on the line during her coverage of the same typhoon.
4.When a landmine exploded a few steps away from Jessica Soho and her crew during her coverage at the American base in Bhagram, Afghanistan.
5.When Karen Davila even had to ask Manny Pacquiao what a lot of us wanted to ask.
6.When she took no BS from those who are running for a political position.
7.When Ces Drilon and two cameramen travelled to Sulu for an interview with one of Abu Sayyaf's commanders, but instead got held for ransom.
8.And when she contacted her boss via phone call, her first concern was about her job, above anything else.
9.When Maria Ressa, who specialized in investigating terrorist networks in Asia for CNN, unrelentingly gave blow-by-blow accounts about Al Qaeda's attacks in Southeast Asia through her book called Seeds of Terror.
10.When Kara David, on top of being a kick-ass documentarist and news anchor, founded Project Malasakit, sending underprivileged children to school.
11.When Malou Mangahas became editor-in-chief for Philippine Collegian during the Marcos regime and was incarcerated for more than three months because the articles were critical of the administration.
12.When Cheche Lazaro set the bar high for the standards of Philippine journalism by founding Probe Productions, a company responsible for in-depth and award-winning documentaries.
13.When Howie Severino, in addition to being an environmental journalist and documentarist, pioneered the use of Google Maps in dealing with disaster-based news and coverage.
14.When Jiggy Manicad was injured by a rock to his head when he covered a riot during EDSA III.
15.When Maki Pulido, along with her camera crew, ran across Malacañang in pursuit of an update regarding then-president Estrada's case.