I say – More WOTL Less Wowowee. Finally, the Philippines has a TV show that tells it as it is. Initially, I thought it was an indie-film. But obviously, it isn’t.
The Philippine entertainment industries reason for producing B-movies and re-imagined Mexican/Korean/HK telenovelas is that there is no market for such fare. I find that hard to believe.
The remaining TV shows, have lost their connection with reality and instead have become yellow kool-aide propaganda mouthpieces engaged in Pinoy Newspeak.
Show your support for this program by supporting the advertisers on WOTL – vote with your wallet.
Don’t buy products advertised on WOTL’s competitor – that’s one way of making your voice heard. Why should you keep on supporting a network that dumbs you, your family, and your community down.
For the meantime, on with the show. 😆
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About WOTL (from Facebook)
Daily newscast of TV5 which ventures into a fresh way of delivering the day’s top stories with Lourd De Veyra
Monday – Friday, 11:00 pm
TEN: The Evening News
Lourd Ernest Hanopol de Veyra is a multi-awarded Filipino musician, poet, journalist, broadcast personality, and activist who first became famous for being the vocalist of Manila-based jazz rock band Radioactive Sago Project.
He has thrice been a recipient of a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature – A Third prize in essay (English division) in 1999, a second prize in the same category in 2003; and a first prize in teleplay (filipino division) in 2004.
Kudos to WOTL and TV5 – Keeping it real. Lourd wears daily clothes but his content has more substance than the talking heads and stuffed suits on ABS-CBN.
Wear nice clothes – and put in a lot of whiz bang video transitions – never mind the trivial superficial treatment of the content. Let them watch Pokwang – and they are happy campers.
Push back against ABS-CBN and GMA. Encourage TV5 to promote more shows of this nature – support WOTL.
Send them an email, call – let your voices be heard.
Vote with your box-office ticket.
And If I may add, Vote with your wallet.