TJ Manotoc

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Tomas Manotoc Jr.
Born Tomas P. Manotoc, Jr.
(1977-03-10) March 10, 1977 (age 40)
Nationality Filipino
Alma mater De La Salle University
Ateneo de Manila University
Occupation News Anchor
TV Host
Sports Correspondent
Employer ABS-CBN Corporation
Notable work Personality of ANC, ABS-CBN Sports and TV Patrol (reporter)
Parent(s) Tommy Manotoc and Aurora Pijuan
Relatives Imee Marcos (stepmother)
Borgy Manotoc (half-brother)
Website www.tjmanotoc.ph

TJ Manotoc (born Tomas P. Manotoc, Jr., on March 10, 1977) is a Filipino news anchor and sportscaster of ABS-CBN, ANC, and S+A. He is also the former star reporter and entertainment anchor of the now-defunct newscast Frontpage led by veteran anchor Mel Tiangco and host of the morning show Unang Hirit on GMA Network. Made his name in sportscasting as a basketball analyst for the PBA games with PBA on Viva TV, PBA on ABC and PBA on NBN/IBC from 2000-2004. A son of Tommy Manotoc, a former PBA coach, and the 1970 Miss International, Aurora Pijuan. He is a half-brother of Borgy Manotoc. He studied at Maria Montessori Cooperative School in Pasay and moved to Ateneo de Manila University to finish high school and to De La Salle University for college.

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Television[edit]

Year Title Role Television
2014–present The Score Sports News Anchor S+A
2011–2014 Bilis Balita News Anchor Studio 23
2011-Present NBA sa ABS CBN Host ABS-CBN (in partnership with NBA)
2010–2013 The Rundown News Anchor ANC
2013-present @ANCAlerts News Anchor
2015-present The World Tonight Sports News Anchor
2004-present UAAP Basketball Analyst, Football Anchor Studio 23
2014-present In The Loop Anchor ABS-CBNnews.com
2007-present TV Patrol Sports & Technology Correspondent ABS-CBN
2009-2010 Mornings @ ANC Host ANC
2007–2010 News Central News Anchor Studio 23
2005–2007 Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas Host ABS-CBN
2004–2005 PBA on ABC Basketball Analyst ABC-5
2003 Binibining Pilipinas 2003 Host GMA Network
2002–2004 Unang Hirit Host
2002–2004 Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco Star Reporter
2000–2002 PBA on Viva TV Basketball Analyst IBC 13
2000 Metropolitan Basketball Association (MBA) Courtside Reporter ABS-CBN (in partnership with ABS-CBN Sports)

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