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NEW Tek Tok TV (Tech Talk TV) Logo

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We just wanted to say thank you to Nemory Oliver Martinez for hooking us up with this cool new logo for Tek Tok TV!

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“Tek Tok TV” (Tech Talk TV) is your source for the most up-to-date news, topics and info from the world of geeks.

We talk about the latest trends in technology, gizmos, the internet, blogging and more!

Every week, live on GNN, we’ll feature gadgets, bloggers, tech experts, cosplayers and more of your favorite geeky stuff.

Tek Tok TV is part of the Global News Network’s Business Portal series. Every Wednesday, LIVE – 11am-12noon. Only on GNN.

The show is hosted by bloggers Vince Golangco of WhenInManila.com (also DJ Vince G of Mellow 94.7) and Hannah Villasis of FlairCandy.com.

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Nemory worked with us for a few weeks to creatively draw out a logo that perfectly reflected our TV show. He did an AMAZING job and we wanted to thank him.

Thanks so much Nemory!

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Advertise to the Destiny Cable / Global News Network GNN 1 Million Viewers!

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Global News Network GNN is the undiscovered gem in television broadcasting!

Destiny Cable’s Global News Network GNN has one million potential viewers nationwide!

Destiny Cable’s Global News Network GNN could give you the best mileage to your television budget, compared to the leading cable news channel!

Be part of this Endeavour and contact us now or email Vince@WhenInManila.com

COMPARISON OF GNN AND ANC

  1. Global News Network (GNN) is the cable news channel of Global Broadcasting and Multimedia, Inc. (GBMI).
  2. ANC is the cable news channel of ABS-CBN Broadcasting (ABS).
  3. In Metro Manila, GNN is carried by Global Destiny Cable, an affiliate of GBMI.
  4. In Metro Manila, ANC is carried by Sky Cable, an affiliate of ABS.
  5. In the provinces, GNN is carried by about 400 local cable operators, all affiliates of GBMI thru its linkages with the Philippine Cable TV Association (PCTA).
  6. In the provinces, ANC is carried by about 10 local cable operators, all affiliates of Sky Cable or Pilipino Cable.
  7. For the remote areas of the Philippines not reached by cable TV and for the rest of Asia , GNN is carried by Global Satellite (G-SAT), an affiliate of GBMI.
  8. ANC has no satellite affiliate and is not shown in remote areas of the Philippines not reached by cable TV, and the rest of Asia .
  9. Sky Cable has about 250,000 subscribers in Metro Manila.
  10. Global Destiny Cable has about 200,000 subscribers in Metro Manila.
  11. Based on an estimated 2,000 subscribers per cable affiliate; GNN has a potential provincial reach of at least 800,000 subscribers.
  12. Based on an estimated 2,000 subscribers per cable affiliate; ANC has a potential provincial reach of at least 20,000 subscribers.
  13. Combining Metro Manila and the provinces, GNN has a total prospective national reach of at least 1,000,000 subscribers.
  14. Combining Metro Manila and the provinces, ANC has a total prospective national reach of at least 270,000 subscribers.
  15. Most of GNN content is provided by independent (non-employee) producers and anchors, thus giving the audience a free market of ideas.
  16. Most of ANC content is provided by in-house (employee) producers and anchors, thus giving the audience a limited scope of ideas.

COMPARISON OF CABLE TV AND FREE TV

  1. The reach of cable TV is measured in terms of verified subscribers, based on actual billings.
  2. The reach of free TV is measured in terms of show ratings, based on survey results.
  3. Since all of the cable TV subscribers are paying customers, it is guaranteed that they would generally belong to the ABC market, and thus, they could afford to buy the goods and services that are being offered by the advertisers.
  4. Since all of the free TV viewers are non-paying customers, there is no way to measure their paying capacity, and many of them could belong to the DE market, thus they could probably not afford to buy the products and services that are being offered by the advertisers.
  5. Most of the cable TV subscribers have a tendency to surf the available channels, and this behavior is encouraged by the fact that there are many show choices, thus giving many opportunities for show offerings to be discovered by the subscribers.
  6. Most of the free TV viewers also have the tendency to surf the channels, but this behavior is discouraged by the fact that there are too few show choices.
  7. The show ratings as reported by the survey companies are based on the theory that the sample size of about 1,200 respondents is indicative of the viewing behavior of free TV viewers.
  8. In the case of cable TV, it could be argued in the case of Global Destiny Cable for instance that at least half of its 200,000 subscribers would be surfing the channels at any given time, and out of this number, more than 1,200 subscribers would be watching GNN at any given time, much more than the survey sample size.

COMPARISON OF SATELLITE TV, CABLE TV AND FREE TV

  1. Satellite TV could reach all areas that could not be reached by cable TV, and even some areas that could not be reached by free TV.
  2. Since it would cost about 8,000 pesos to install a satellite TV connection (renewable every year), satellite TV subscribers would tend to belong to the AB market, compared to the ABC market of cable TV and the ABCDE market of free TV.
  3. Satellite TV could even reach Filipino seamen on board ships in Asia .

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As of April 2009 (0ne month after receiving the Permit to Air) these are the registered cable companies who have entered their details and have announced their broadcast of GNN however “Free” on re-broadcast charges – the safe assumption would at the least, be double if not treble on the non registered cable operators already broadcast GNN.

AREA of OPERATION

CABLE COMPANY

Metro Manila Global Destiny  Cable
Cavite Turtle Cable Network Dasca Cable
Camarines Sur Satellite Cable Network Bulan Satellite Cable TV
Sorsogon
Pampanga Tarlac Cable TV Network
Tarlac City Dagupan Urban Satellite Vision, Inc.
Dagupan City , Mountain View Satellite Corp.
Pangasinan
Baguio City,
Benguet
Tuguegarao Tuguegarao Cable
Cagayan Valley Parasat Cable
Cagayan De Oro Parasat Cable
Negros Occidental
Malaybalay ZDS Multipurpose Cooperative Parasat Cable
Zamboanga Del Sur Wesfardel Cable Services
Capiz, Roxas City Kabankalan Community Antenna TV
Negros Occidental
Quezon Quezon CATV
Naga Star Cable     Lipa Star Antenna
Western Samar D Leopards Cable TV Service
Nueva Ecija Sky Movies Phils. CATV
South Cotabato Marbel Services and Television System
Kalibo Aklan Aklan Cable TV
Palawan Calamianes Cable TV Treasure Cable Tv
Coron Palawan
Romblon Paradise Cable TV Network Red Point Cable System
Boracay, Kalibo Aklan Mambusao Cable TV Network
Mambusao Capiz Negros Cable Television
Negros Occidental
Pangasinan
Tarlac City Montriz Cable Trend Cable
La Union Beam Cable Shama Cable Tv

We are confident our member cable operators will multiply to cover at the least 600 cable companies by year end if not close to 90% nation wide. GNN is FREE on our RE BROADCAST for all cable operators no matter the topography providing not only complimentary content to their subscribers but News and Public Affairs programming relevant to the Filipino people. For Mega Manila, GNN on Global Destiny cable channel 3 may be second to Sky Cable’s ANC owning to only 45% of the total number of subscribers (i.e. 220k vs. 350k, Destiny cable being the former) but our rate card is guaranteed to be substantially more affordable considering the engineering reach and format content.

Be part of this Endeavour and contact us now or email Vince@WhenInManila.com

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News Anchor Vince Golangco on Destiny Cable's Global News Network GNN

Be part of this Endeavour and contact us now or email Vince@WhenInManila.com

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