March 25, 2013
A cameraman of Channel 13, on assignment to shoot men on the street for their favorite Viva-TV programs, met said he followed NBA and PBA games in the Philippines.
As starting a hit phenomenal animated series Winx Club on Channel 13, had been beating all other shows on is time slot (6 to 6:30 p.m., Monday to Friday), and its rivals of the same genre. The sensation is Mexican actress Thalia and Fernando Carrillo, the star of Rosalinda, a Mexican telenovela in the soap opera that has hit the Philippines airing from Monday to Friday at 10:30 p.m., and Channel 13 plans to air live foortage of nine-day trip.
Just 8-months after debuting as the first-ever animated series on Filipino television, Winx Club surged to the top of the ratings, pushing aside a rival network's Little Champ of Channel 2 and Smile Dong Hae of Channel 7.
Invited by the management of the Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation-Channel 13 and Viva Entertainment to express its appreciation for this widely-acclaimed animes, cartoons, telenovela and asianovelas which has generated a revenues and income for the sequestered TV station. Also the upcoming Mexican soap operas like Amor Bravio, Triunfo del Amor and Que Bonito Amor from Televisa to runnings around them and grab away all their viewers.
Among the expected well-wishers of the Viva chairman and CEO Vic del Rosario, Jr., IBC president and CEO Boots Anson-Roa, and IBC chairman Eric Canoy who has been the created for bringing Pop Pixie, Winx Club, Rosalinda, Cyborg Kurochan and My Daughter the Flower along with other Mexican and Korean soap operas, and a Japanese animes here in the airing rights for Winx Club and Rosalinda together with the two popular basketball sports to the NBA and PBA games are the flagship program while he was running Channel 13.