Optical Media Board

Ang Optical Media Board (OMB, dating kilala bilang Videogram Regulatory Board (VRB), ay isang ahensya ng gobyerno ng Pilipinas na bahagi ng Office of the President of the Philippines, na responsable sa pag-regulate ng produksyon, paggamit at pamamahagi ng recording media sa Pilipinas .

Optical Media Board
Official seal
Buod ng Ahensya
Pagkabuo5 Oktubre 1985; 38 taon na'ng nakalipas (1985-10-05) (as Videogram Regulatory Board)
10 Pebrero 2004; 19 taon na'ng nakalipas (2004-02-10) (as Optical Media Board)
Preceding agency
  • Videogram Regulatory Board
KapamahalaanPhilippines
Punong himpilanScout Limbaga, Diliman, Quezon City
Mga tagapagpaganap ng ahensiya
Pinagmulan na ahensiyaOffice of the President of the Philippines
Websaytomb.gov.ph

Background baguhin

Ang Optical Media Board ay nabuo noong 5 Oktubre 1985 sa bisa ng Presidential Decree No. 1987 bilang Videogram Regulatory Board (VRB).[3]

Noong 17 Abril 2001, inilipat ang VRB mula sa Tanggapan ng Pangulo patungo sa Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).[4]

Sa ilalim ng Republic Act No. 9239 na nilagdaan ni Pangulong Gloria Macapagal Arroyo noong 10 Pebrero 2004, ang Videogram Regulatory Board ay inilipat pabalik sa Office of the President at pinalitan ng pangalan at muling inorganisa bilang Optical Media Board (OMB) bilang tugon sa tumataas na katanyagan ng Mga video CD at DVD player sa bansa noong unang mga bahagi ng 2000s, at dahil dito ang malawakang pamimirata ng optical media tulad ng mga CD, DVD at Blu-ray disc.[5] Nagsagawa ito, at kilala, para sa mararaming raid sa mga stall ng flea market at mga katulad na establisyimento na nagbebenta ng bootleg media kabilang ang mga pirated na CD at DVD.[6][7]

Kasaysayan baguhin

Noong unang mga bahagi ng 2000s, dumami ang mga pagsalakay ng VRB sa mga ilegal na video establishment sa ilalim ng pamumuno ng aktor na si Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr., na namuno ng isang mahigpit na kampanya laban sa pandarambong sa buong bansa.[8][9][10]

Listahan ng mga tagapangulo baguhin

  • Eduardo D. Sazon [11]
  • Bernadette C. Fuentes [12]
  • Sinabi ni Gen. Javier D. Carbonell [13]
  • Enrique M. Montero (– Marso 2001) [14]
  • Sinabi ni Brig. Sinabi ni Gen. Manuel B. Mariano (Marso 2001 – Mayo 2002) [14]
  • Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. (30 Mayo 2002 – Enero 2004) [15][16]
  • Edu Manzano (10 Pebrero 2004 – 20 Agosto 2009) [16][17]
  • Ronnie Ricketts (21 Oktubre 2009 – 29 Enero 2016) [18][19]
  • Anselmo B. Adriano (14 Marso 2016 – 30 Setyembre 2020) [20]
  • Christian Natividad (1 Oktubre 2020 – kasalukuyan) [21]

Mga sanggunian baguhin

  1. Esguerra, Darryl John (October 2, 2020). "Ex-Malolos mayor is new OMB chair—Palace". Philippine Daily Inquirer (sa Ingles). Nakuha noong October 2, 2020.
  2. Optical Media Board, Official Facebook Page (May 18, 2021). "OMB appoints new Executive Director". Optical Media Board (sa Ingles). Nakuha noong May 22, 2021. {{cite news}}: |first= has generic name (tulong)
  3. "Presidential Decree No. 1987, s. 1985". Official Gazette. October 5, 1985. Nakuha noong November 2, 2020.[patay na link]
  4. "Videogram board now under DTI". PhilStar. April 18, 2001. Nakuha noong November 6, 2020.
  5. "Republic Act No. 9239". Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines. February 10, 2004. Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong Hunyo 13, 2021. Nakuha noong November 6, 2020.
  6. "Anti-piracy group raids companies in Cavite, Laguna". Interaksyon. TV5 Network. Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong March 13, 2016. Nakuha noong August 12, 2017.
  7. "News". Optical Media Board. Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong Mayo 13, 2019. Nakuha noong May 1, 2019.
  8. Bautista, Mario E. (July 27, 2002). "In fighting form". Manila Standard. Kamahalan Publishing Corp. p. 20. Nakuha noong February 21, 2022.
  9. Gamos, Ben (August 21, 2002). "Warehouse yields fake VCDs worth P800m". Manila Standard. Meycauayan, Bulacan: Kamahalan Publishing Corp. p. 4. Nakuha noong January 30, 2002.
  10. Clapano, Jose Rodel (July 5, 2004). "The new faces at the Senate". Philstar.com. Philstar Global Corp. Nakuha noong January 30, 2022.
  11. Sazon, Eduardo D. (April 26, 1987). "Objections". Manila Standard. Standard Publications, Inc. p. 5. Nakuha noong December 1, 2021.
  12. "Film pirates still remain the bane of movie industry". Manila Standard. Manila Standard News, Inc. December 24, 1988. p. 17. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020. Lawyer Bernadette C. Fuentes, chairman [sic] of the Video Regulatory Board...
  13. "Mayor Declares "All Out War" on "Cheaters"". Malaya. July 16, 1994. p. 2. ... Videogram Regulatory Board Chairman Javier D. Carbonell...
  14. 14.0 14.1 "Bagong VRB chairman". Pilipino Star Ngayon. Philstar Global Corp. March 18, 2001. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020.
  15. Office of the Press Secretary (June 17, 2002). "The President's Day: June 17, 2002". Official Gazette. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020. Also last May 30, the President named former Cavite Governor Jose Marie "Bong Revilla" Bautista as new VRB Chairman...{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)[patay na link]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Arroyo, Gloria Macapagal (February 10, 2004). "Speech of President Arroyo during the signing into law of Republic Act No. 9239 or the Optical Media Act of 2003 [Filipino]". Official Gazette (sa Filipino). Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong Nobiyembre 1, 2020. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020. Maraming salamat sa Chairman ng Videogram Regulatory Board, na ngayon dahil sa ating bagong batas ay magiging Chairman naman ng Optical Media Regulatory Board, Edu Manzano. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |archive-date= (tulong)
  17. ABS-CBN News (August 20, 2009). "(UPDATE) Edu Manzano resigns as OMB chief". ABS-CBN News. Manila: ABS-CBN Corporation. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020. Actor-host Edu Manzano has resigned as chairman of the Optical Media Board (OMB), a Palace official and his talent manager confirmed Thursday.
  18. ABS-CBN News (October 21, 2009). "Ronnie Ricketts is new OMB chief". ABS-CBN News. Manila: ABS-CBN Corporation. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020. Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita announced Wednesday the appointment of actor Ronald "Ronnie" Ricketts as the new chairman...
  19. Cargullo, Dona Dominguez (January 29, 2016). "OMB Chair Ronnie Ricketts, 3 iba pa, sinuspinde ng Sandiganbayan". Radyo Inquirer 990AM (sa Filipino). Nakuha noong November 1, 2020.
  20. Iglesias, Iza (March 14, 2016). "Adriano is new OMB chairman". The Manila Times. The Manila Times, Publishing Company. Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong Septiyembre 15, 2022. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020. {{cite news}}: Check date values in: |archive-date= (tulong)
  21. "New OMB chair assumes office". Manila. Philippine News Agency. October 1, 2020. Nakuha noong November 1, 2020.