The Fall of Philippine TV

The profits of the Philippines’ top two TV networks are falling like rocks. No surprise here: YouTube is huge in the Philippines. ABS-CBN profit falls ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.’s third-quarter net profit declined by eight percent to P178.9 million from P194.5 million a year before, the company said. GMA Network 9-month profit down 11% GMA Network […]Click here to continue reading "The Fall of Philippine TV"...

The Fall of Philippine TV

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  1. Metal Munky says:

    Missy, duda ako sa ganyang rason eh. Sa dami na ng internet cafe dito sa Pinas, imposible kung sabihin na walang magagawa ang masa (class C ang estado ng pamilya ko). Nasa tao yun kung gugustuhin nyang maghanap ng alternatibo (kung nakakapag-set ng budget ang tao para sa isang cellphone, what more pa kaya sa pagpakabit ng cable or pag-access sa internet?) at hindi sa estado na kanyang kinabibilangan.

  2. missy says:

    TV is way cheaper than PC. And after you’ve bought one, you already have access to free TV . Eh yung PC? Kailangan mo pang magpakabit ng internet, and pay for it every month. And if you will set aside money para makapag-internet, how much do cafes charge per hr?15-20?Multiply it by the # of hours that will suffice your needs (for entertainment, information, etc). Then, multiply it again by the # of days in a month. I think the solution is to create “people-friendly” and at the same time quality shows. Hirap lang nga pagsabayin, pero I don’t think TV is gonna be obsolete anytime soon. Lalo na Pinas.

  3. Metal Munky says:

    Hindi yun sa kung ano ang cheaper Missy, kung gusto ng tao, gagawa sya ng paraan. Isipin mo na lang ang isang tao na naninigarilyo. Kung susumahin mo ang presyo ng stick ng sigarilyo na kinukunsumo nya sa isang buwan, malalaman mong malaki ang nagagastos para lang sustentuhan ang bisyo. Ganun din sa internet at sa iba pang forms of “luxury” at vice. Siguro, hindi nga magiging obsolete ang TV pero sana, hindi mag-deteriorate ang quality.

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