GMA posted double-digit margins over rival networks in its Mega Manila bailiwick with a 40.9-percent total day average, above ABS-CBN’s 27.1 percent and TV5’s 8.2 percent.
Giorgidi Aggabao, filed in September 2014, and another by Baguio Rep. Aliping Jr., filed in December of the same year,” reported.
“The bills would renew ABS-CBN’s right to operate TV and radio broadcasting stations in the Philippines through microwave, satellite or whatever means, including the use of new technologies in television and radio systems,” the report said.
Nine programs in Top 10 Nine out of the 10 programs in the Top 10 for the month of May belong to ABS-CBN, led by “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” with an average national TV rating of 41.1%, followed by the returning “The Voice Kids,” which got a 36.1% rating, and “Dolce Amore” with 32.9%.
They are joined in the Top 10 by “Pilipinas Got Talent” (32.8%), “Maalaala Mo Kaya” (30.1%), “TV Patrol” (29.5%), “Wansapanataym” (28.9%), “Home Sweetie Home” (23.7%) and “Rated K” (21.2%).
Meanwhile, “Be My Lady” (17.4%) is still the mostwatched daytime program while “It’s Showtime” (18.5%) continues to edge “Eat Bulaga” (12.3%) in the ratings war during the noontime slot.
The Kapamilya network also ruled the afternoon block with a 46% nationwide rating compared to the 33% of GMA, thanks to the strong ratings of “Doble Kara” (18.0%) and “Tubig at Langis” (15.9%).It registered 30.5 percent in the morning block, versus ABS-CBN’s 29.3 percent and TV5’s 12.2 percent.GMA was also ahead in the afternoon block with 36 percent against ABS0CBN’s 35.6 percent and TV5’s 7.4 percent.Two bills were introduced in the 16th Congress for the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise granted in March 1995: one by Isabela Rep. The bills would renew ABS-CBN’s right to operate TV and radio broadcasting stations in the Philippines through microwave, satellite or whatever means, including the use of new technologies in television and radio systems.Giorgidi Aggabao, filed in September 2014, and another by Baguio Rep. The Inquirer contacted several ABS-CBN executives for comment, but the Lopez-owned broadcast network declined to comment for now.ABS-CBN is among the media networks Duterte apparently boycotted and barred from covering his press conferences and activities.