New TV public affairs and news talents needed
IF we had our druthers, our TV networks’ wish list for 2007 should include a renewed search for new TV news and public affairs on-camera personnel.
Truth to tell, quite a number of their current talents are long in the tooth. Worse, some of them are taking their work for granted and appear to just be coasting along, more concerned about how they look than what they’re thinking and saying.
Worst of all, some news and public affairs talents have had their objectivity compromised by playing footsies with politicians and other power brokers, so viewers in the know no longer give the shows they host much credence.Read more here.
Mr. Torre also reported about a recent study made by AGB Nielsen Media Research Philippines
which showed that families in the Luzon region watch TV for 7.5 hours per day, Mindanao homes watch for 7.3 hours daily and Visayas households view TV for around 6.7 hours per day.