Thursday, June 7, 2018

ABS-CBN Still Undisputed TV Station in the Philippines in May



ABS-CBN brought relevant news and values-laden stories to more Filipinos last May as it recorded an average audience share of 45% versus GMA's 32%, according to data from Kantar Media.

The Kapamilya network won in both rural and urban homes, particularly in Metro Manila where it garnered an average audience share of 41%, compared to GMA's 26%, and in Mega Manila where it registered 36%, beating GMA's 34%. ABS-CBN also ruled in Total Luzon with 41% versus GMA's 35%, in Total Visayas with 54%, compared to GMA's 25%, and in Total Mindanao with 52%, while GMA only got 30%.

Multinational audience measurement provider Kantar Media uses a nationwide panel size of 2,610 urban and rural homes that represent 100% of the total Philippine TV viewing population.

"FPJ's Ang Probinsyano" (40.7%) kept its throne as the country's most watched program in May, followed by LizQuen-starrer "Bagani" (32.4%).

Also part of the top ten list are "Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids" (32.1%), "MMK" (28.7%), "TV Patrol" (28.1%), "Wansapanataym" (24.4%), "Home Sweetie Home" (21.8%), and "Rated K" (20.3%).

Meanwhile, ABS-CBN also won across all time blocks, particularly in primetime where it scored an average audience share of 49%, beating GMA's 32%.  The primetime block is the most important time of the day when most Filipinos watch TV and advertisers put a larger chunk of their investments in to reach more consumers effectively.

The Kapamilya network also ruled the morning block (6 AM to 12 NN) with an average audience share of 36% versus GMA's 31%; the noontime block (12 NN to 3 PM) with 47%, compared to GMA's 32%; and the afternoon block (3 PM to 6 PM) with 45%, beating GMA's 37%.

TABLE 1.  TOTAL DAY NATIONAL TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
45
2
GMA
32
3
TV5
3
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 2.  NATIONAL PRIMETIME (6 PM-12MN) TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS 
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
49
2
GMA
32
3
TV5
4
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 3.  NATIONAL MORNING (6 AM-12 NN) TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK

AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN

         36
2
GMA

         31
3
TV5

          2

Source: Kantar Media


TABLE 4.  NATIONAL NOONTIME (12 NN-3 PM) TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
47
2
GMA
32
3
TV5
2
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 5.  NATIONAL AFTERNOON (3 PM-6 PM) TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
45
2
GMA
37
3
TV5
3
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 6.  TOTAL DAY LUZON TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
41
2
GMA
35
3
TV5
3
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 7.  TOTAL DAY VISAYAS TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
54
2
GMA
25
3
TV5
4
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 8.  TOTAL DAY MINDANAO TV VIEWERSHIP (URBAN AND RURAL) IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
52
2
GMA
30
3
TV5
3
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 9.  TOTAL DAY METRO MANILA TV VIEWERSHIP IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
41
2
GMA
26
3
TV5
2
Source: Kantar Media

TABLE 10.  TOTAL DAY MEGA MANILA TV VIEWERSHIP IN MAY 2018 BY HOUSEHOLDS
RANK
TV NETWORK
AUDIENCE SHARE IN %
1
ABS-CBN
36
2
GMA
34
3
TV5
3
Source: Kantar Media


TABLE 11. TOP 10 MOST WATCHED REGULARLY AIRING PROGRAMS IN MAY 2018 IN NATIONAL URBAN AND RURAL HOMES (EXCLUDING SPECIALS)
Rank
Channel
Title
Rating in %
1
ABS-CBN
FPJ'S ANG PROBINSYANO
40.7
2
ABS-CBN
BAGANI
32.4
3
ABS-CBN
YOUR FACE SOUNDS FAMILIAR KIDS
32.1
4
ABS-CBN
MMK
28.7
5
ABS-CBN
TV PATROL
28.1
6
ABS-CBN
WANSAPANATAYM
24.4
7
GMA
KAPUSO MO, JESSICA SOHO
22.0
8
ABS-CBN
HOME SWEETIE HOME
21.8
9
ABS-CBN
RATED K
20.3
10
GMA
KAMBAL, KARIBAL
19.0


GMA-7 Airs the First Lakorn on Philippine TV Entitles “You’re My Destiny”


As part of its 15th anniversary celebration, GMA The Heart of Asia introduces 'Lakorn' on Philippine TV, the Thailand counterpart to Filipino teleseryes. With the Network's continued search for different contents from all around the world, they are bringing a new culture that the Filipinos will truly love.

GMA First Vice President for Program Management Joey R. Abacan is driven to deliver content that does not limit the viewers' entertainment. "This is why we are called the Heart of Asia. We believe that the viewing preference of our audience is not only limited to the local setting, so we want to bring them the world. Now, ang gusto nga namin, 'di lang tayo makilala as the Heart of Asia but hopefully, as the Heart of the World."
The GMA executive also believes in the power of 'You're My Destiny' as a perfect vehicle to introduce Lakorn. "It has the elements of drama, love, laughter and entertainment that is the trademark of what our viewers love to watch," Abacan explains.

As the first Lakorn on Philippine TV, 'You're My Destiny' will feature the intertwined lives of Paolo (Wisetkaew Sukrit), an heir to a big consumer company; Martina (Esther Supreeleela), a law firm clerk who is usually taken advantage of at work; Cathy (Wecks Lanlalin), Paolo's ballerina girlfriend; and Rafa (Tre Porapat Srikajorn), an orphan who worked hard to become famous and find his long lost sister.

Martina and Paolo find themselves in a compromising situation after a blurry night, and months later they find out that she is pregnant. With the pressure of producing an heir, will Paolo turn his back on Cathy and answer to his responsibility as a father? Meanwhile Martina also meets Rafa, and they become each other's confidante. Will this newfound friendship help their personal struggles?

Witness the representation of Thai culture in 'You're My Destiny,' beginning June 4, after Inday Will Always Love You on GMA Telebabad.

Alden Richards Plays Jose Rizal in “Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko” Independence Day Special


Pambansang Bae Alden Richards has showcased his acting prowess in GMA shows Ilustrado as Jose Rizal and Alaala: A Martial Law Special as human rights advocate Boni Ilagan.

As part of the country's celebration of Independence Day, Alden once again plays the role of Jose Rizal in Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko's episode this Sunday (June 10) entitled "Pepe and the Werpa Kids."





Together with Zymic Jaranilla and Mona Louise Rey as Thirdy and Kristine, witness Pepe’s fight for freedom and find out what lesson will Lola Goreng (Gloria Romero) impart to the Kapuso viewers.

Catch Alden in Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko this Sunday night after 24 Oras Weekend on GMA Sunday Grande.

ABS-CBN Wins Best TV Station, Dominates Golden Dove Awards

 

ABS-CBN dominated the 26th Kapisanan ng mga Broadkaster sa Pilipinas (KBP) Golden Dove Awards,  winning Best TV station and 26 other awards for its programs, journalists, and celebrities.   

Veteran broadcaster Peter Musñgi won the "Ka Doroy Broadcaster of the Year Award," for his exemplary contributions to the industry throughout his career, spanning 45 years. Musñgi credited his mentors over the years and fellow broadcasters for continuing to pursue the truth in the age of information and social media. 


 

"Broadcast media may be old media to some, but truth is truth, no matter how old," said Musñgi. "We're still in a position to speak the truth as our conscience knows it. To explain, to clarify, to denounce when we have to. To point out things that are obviously wrong but are being passed off as the truth. We can still choose to remain under the radar or speak when it may not be fashionable to do so."

Previous winners  of the "Ka Doroy Broadcaster of the Year" from ABS-CBN include Louie Tabing (2016), Ted Failon (2013), Noli De Castro (2011), Ces Orena-Drilon (2010), Korina Sanchez (2008), and Tina Monzon-Palma (2002).

In the news and public affairs category, investigative news program "Failon Ngayon" won Best Documentary Program and Best Radio Public Affairs program, while host Ted Failon won Best Public Service Host (Television). "Red Alert," a program tackling the dangers and safety measures during natural calamities, won Best Public Service Program while host Jeff Canoy won Best Public Affairs Program Host (Television). Science-environmental program "Matanglawin" won Best Children's Program while host Kim Atienza won Best Magazine Host (Television). Zhander Cayabyab won Best TV News Field Reporter.

ABS-CBN's public service campaign "Tulong na Tayo Para sa Marawi" won Best Television PSA (public service announcement).

FPJ's Ang Probinsyano" won Best Drama Program while "It's Showtime" won Best Variety Program (Television). "Goin Bulilit" won Best Comedy Program (Television), while the network's Christmas station ID "Just Love Ngayong Christmas" won Best Television Station Promotional Material. 

Angel Locsin won Best Drama Actress for Drama Program (Television) for her performance in "Maalaala Mo Kaya" episode "Kotse-Kotsehan," while Piolo Pascual won Best Actor For Drama Program for his performance in the same show in the episode "Upuan." 

ABS-CBN TVplus's family comedy "Funny Ka, Pare Ko" stars Bayani Agbayani and Karla Estrada won Best Actor and Best Actress for Comedy Program (television), respectively. 

Sports-oriented program "Sports U" took the award for Best Sports Program for the episode "Ikaw Ang Panalo." 

In the radio category, DZMM Radyo 630 won best AM Station (Metro Manila), while "Gising Pilipinas DZMM 630" won Best Radio Newscast Program and "Dear MOR" won Best Radio Drama Program. MOR's DJ Popoy won Best Music Radio Jock. 

ABS-CBN's regional stations also bagged awards. ABS-CBN Davao's "Agri Tayo Dito" won Best Science and Technology Program for TV ABS-CBN  while ABS-CBN Baguio's "Mag-TV Na Atin 'To" won Best TV Culture and Arts Program. Meanwhile, "TV Patrol" Norther Luzon Baguio won Best TV News Program (Provincial).

The KBP is the premier broadcast media organization in the country composed of owners and operators of radio and TV stations that aims to elevate professional and ethical standards in Philippine broadcasting, and promote social responsibility in broadcasting. The Golden Dove Awards is KBP's way of recognizing excellence in broadcasting in the land.

MOR Stations Nationwide Unite for Stronger MOR Philippines, Remains Number 1 in MM



MOR 101.9 remains to be the FM radio of choice for most listeners in Mega Manila, and together with 16 other MOR stations nationwide, is set to become a bigger and stronger FM radio station for kaMORkadas in different parts of the country with MOR Philippines.

According to a recent survey by Kantar Media in Q1 of 2018, MOR 101.9 Manila got the highest average audience share of 33% among all FM stations in Mega Manila. This is 12 percentage points higher than its closest competitor's 21%.

Aside from MOR Manila, most MOR stations in the country have also conquered the radio airwaves in their respective regions. Thus, a stronger MOR network will soon go on air with MOR Philippines.

Under MOR Philippines, 17 MOR stations will unite to bring listeners from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao one vibe and one sound. 

Aside from quality radio entertainment, MOR also champions original Pinoy music or OPM and honors the talents of Filipino artists and songwriters via its annual MOR Pinoy Music Awards.

Among the nominees for Song of the Year this year are "Titibo Tibo" by Moira Dela Torre, "Demonyo" by JK Labajo, "Sampu" by Jona, and "Shanawa" by Maymay Entrata.

Maymay, Moira, Alexa Ilacad, and Yeng Constantino compete in the Female Artist of the Year category, while JK, Inigo Pascual, Christian Bautista, and Noven Belleza battle it out in the Male Artist of the Year category.

For Album of the Year, the nominees are Rivermaya's "Sa Kabila ng Lahat," Gloc 9's "Rotonda," Jona's self-titled album, and JK Labajo's "JKL."

Gracenote and Chito Miranda, Jona and Boyband PH, and Elisse Joson and Mccoy De Leon are all vying for the Best Collaboration of the Year award. 

The popular McLisse loveteam is also nominated in the OPM Revival of the Year category for their song "Opposites Attract," up against Moira Dela Torre's "Sundo," JK Labajo's "Beautiful Girl," and Kaye Cal's "Why Can't It Be."

BoybandPH, meanwhile, makes their second appearance on the nominees list with their song "Boyfriend," which is up for LSS Hit of the Year. The group is competing with TJ Monterde's "Tulad Mo," Noven Belleza's "Tumahan Ka Na," and Kim Chiu's "Okay Na Ako."

"Cebuana" by Karencitta, "Waray Love Bisaya" by Polzkee and Ai, "Yayay" by Piyaok Band, and "Dvoena" by Pao Lofranco are nominated for Regional Song of the Yeay, while Kisses Delavin, Maris Racal, Tony Labrusca, and Noven Belleza are competing for Best New Artist.

Last but not the least, MOR also honors digital artists with the Digital Artist of the Year Award. Among the nominees are Agsunta, Karencita, Ex Batallion, and Ben&Ben. 

The MOR Pinoy Music Awards 2018 is set to happen on July 21 at the Araneta Coliseum. Watch out on MOR's Facebook for more details on how to get tickets to the #MORPMA2018.

For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abscbnpr.com

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