ABS-CBN Corporation celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2013 in the most fitting way—on top. Since the launch of the television era six decades ago, the Philippines’ largest and leading multimedia conglomerate has never let go of its role as industry pioneer.
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Thinking of a truly unique and personal gift to surprise your loved ones on any occasion this year? Kapamilya shoppers here and abroad can now check ABS-CBN product offerings in just a few clicks by visiting the official online portal of the ABS-CBN Store — www.ABS-CBNstore.com.
Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist Nestor Torre recently wrote about ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio as an “inspirational and aspirational change agent.”
Star Cinema’s international and local distribution head Rico Gonzales shares with Variety writer Mathew Scott his views on the state of Philippine cinema and why he thinks that it is “very much alive in terms of box office and critical success.”
“The Legal Wife” has been enjoying high TV viewership as seen in its strong TV ratings. People are also talking about it in social gatherings, offices and even online through social media.
Initially aired every Saturday afternoon, The Singing Bee moved to a weekday morning timeslot, from Mondays to Fridays at 11 a.m. starting February this year to give Filipinos a daily dose of fun and thrill.
The Philippine Star lifestyle editor Millet Mananquil shares how ABS-CBN’s “Be Careful With My Heart” has opened the minds, touched the hearts and became a story of healing for some of its loyal viewers including Chari Bagatsing, wife to Manila Congressman Amado Bagatsing.
Columnist Nestor Cuartero cites reasons how ABS-CBN has succeeded in balancing its programming on TV and movies.
In today’s digital world, it’s almost a necessity for influencers and celebrities to use Facebook and Twitter to promote their projects, get closer to their fans and stay relevant.
Anne Curtis is ready to create bigger waves this 2014 as she takes on the challenge to be the “Dyesebel” of the current generation.