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November 6, 2012

According to the latest data from Kantar Media, Most Filipinos tuned in to IBC-13 programs last Monday (November 5) led by Express Balita, The Weakest Link, Esperanza, 5 Girls and Daddy, Maria Isabel and I Need Romance, which become the homegrown programs for the dweller in primetime ratings to show in competition and audience ratings recently IBC is now a very strong number 3.

The Kapinoy network is now hoping its new shows will be an attractive Kapinoy viewers with ABS-CBN and GMA both claiming to be No. 1. For the audience viewership, cellar ratings, credibility issues and mediocre programming, sequestered TV station IBC-13 remains the undisputed number 3 nationwide even in weekday programming as seen in the latest TV ratings data provided by Kantar Media.

ABS-CBN and GMA are concentrating on teleseryes, IBC is offering viewers Kapinoy programming with its culture, children, innovative, creative intact and aggressive.

Right now, we are a strong No. 3, of course, is to be No.1 in both news and entertainment. Phenomenal animated fairy-serye Winx Club continued to reign supreme Tagalized with garnered 15.5% national TV ratings, posting an almost 25-point difference compared to Paroa: Ang Kuwento Ni Mariposa (17.3%) and Aryana (13.9%). The Weakest Link become phenomenally managed to get 26.6% than GMA's Aso ni San Roque (22.1%) and ABS-CBN's Princess and I (21.7%).

Teleserye success Esperanza with 27.5% than rivals Ina, Kapatid, Anak (24.6%) and Temptation of Wife (21.4%) while the familyteleserye 5 Girls and Daddy which rated 23.8% with another rivals Coffee Prince (21.3%) of GMA and A Beautiful Affair (19.9%) of ABS-CBN.

Right after the primetime teleserye, María Isabel now is No. 1 in the ratings with 23.4% beaten with Coffee Prince (Ch. 7) got a 21.3% and Kahit Puso'y Masugatan (Ch. 2) which only got 13.2%.

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