Sana naman turuuan ng ASAP ang kanilang talents ng konting blocking, specially for the ones that matter. My only gripe about Gerald Anderson is: though he is the cutest guy, the stylists in ASAP don’t dress him well. Also, Aldred Gatchalian’s face was never seen! Puro profile lang at walang close-up. Paano siya sisikat niyan? Instead we get to see this Ravyer guy na sobrang walang kuwenta. Parang kamag-anak yata ng staff ng ABS kaya nakapasok yan eh. Ang sama ko. Haha. Pero honestly, he’s annoying. And not in a good way like the Agassi brothers.
Another Bugz Daigo sighting!
Ano na namang kabadingan ito? Ano ba? What a poor concept! Diyos ko.
To the gay writers of SOP: A straight man dressing up as a cross-dressing gay man is not always funny — and it only works in the Eat Bulaga pageants because it is meant to be funny. You are propagating the negative stereotype that if you see a transvestite, they are not to be taken seriously. So disappointed. You cannot pass this off as entertainment.
I’m confused. I’ll just post these so its over and done with…
Broadcasting firm GMA Network Inc. has downgraded its net income target for 2006 due to reduced advertising spending and losses from starting up QTV Channel 11.
GMA chairman and chief executive Felipe Gozon told reporters the company would end the year with P2-billion net income, instead of the original target of 15 percent growth.
Gozon said advertising expenses for the whole industry had been on the decline since the start of the year and would unlikely improve until 2007.
Gozon said the company expected Pinoy TV subscribers to reach 150,000 at the end of the year, from 110,000 as of September, most of which were in the United States.
Is it true that ABS-CBN is manipulating cable ratings to its advantage?
Is there really a great divide between cable and non-cable viewers when it comes to viewing preferences? Knowing that ABS-CBN, just like Sky and Home Cable, is owned by the Lopezes, and with ABS-CBN reportedly catching up on GMA?s lead in the ratings game due primarily to Sky and Home Cable subscribers, cable ratings are now becoming more dubious.
On the other hand, ratings results coming from the other cable provider, Global Destiny, and from the non-cable viewers, clearly show GMA 7 still dominating the competition in both Metro and Mega Manila.