(Requested by: Gregory Maximinian)
WARNING! This article can cause some readers to get butthurt. The author does not demean his faith but to know better about the situation. Read, reflect and react cautiously.
THE TRUTH shall set us free. This is the Biblical concept that is mostly agreeable and applicable in our daily living — whether religious or not — but at the same time, we also believe in the secular philosophy about the concept of truth: it does hurt.
In this article, we will tackle and apply such aspects to two distinct television networks — IBC 13 and DBS 35 — and know the status of their whereabouts and find their common ground.
THE GRAPHIC TRANSITION proved it. The launch date has been settled. The long wait is finally over.
Next Monday, March 16, CNN Philippines will succeed 9TV after five months of negotiations and preparations.
About a month after the deal with the U.S.-based cable news network, Hollywood Express became the first CNN program to be exported to Channel 9. Last mid-January, CNN’s corporate colors of red, black and white dominated the graphics in time for the Papal Visit. After the visit, the programming identities on the lower thirds have been sacrificed in favor of the name of the program in white text on a red square background.
However, the official launch paid a significant price. One of the mainstays of Channel 9 will leave back to the old, green pastures. Atty. Rod Nepomuceno, the moderator of Legal Help Desk and Opposing Views, will depart after a bit more than two years for an announced joint media venture. (more…)
[This post is dedicated to Ralph Domingo, Mark Jaro, James Ty III, Christian Anasco and John Rodrigo Diaz Valdez.]
SUPER BOWL XLIX yesterday morning (local time) scored New England Patriots’ fourth over-all title against the last year’s defending champion Seattle Seahawks, 28-24.
ACCORDING TO Anime Pilipinas, five anime shows are offered on TV5 throughout this week. Does this mean AniMEGA fans will see the light?
THE NEW YEAR will be handed over in 5 days but before we bid adieu to 2014, here is the look back of what happened over the boob tube on TV5 and its sister channel, AksyonTV.