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Filipinos viewers get more sophisticated

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The Filipino viewer is getting more sophisticated when it comes to their viewing habits. Primarily, they want a variety of shows while putting a premium on content and are getting used to enjoying channels in high definition (HD).

Posted: June 15th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Melco Crown, DreamWorks dream up resort draws

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Melco Crown Philippines Resorts Corp. is collaborating with popular American animation studio DreamWorks to provide entertainment at the soon-to-be-opened City of Dreams Manila gaming resort.

Posted: May 22nd, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

‘Park created by families and for families to enjoy’

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MARIO O. Mamon: I found my niche

The magic turns 18. Enchanted Kingdom, the Philippines’ first theme park is celebrating its 18th year of providing wholesome fun and etching memories in every Filipino family.

Posted: October 26th, 2013 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Inquirer Features,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Melco ups ante in casino, tourism venture in PH

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The group of tycoon Henry Sy and the Melco Crown group of Macau unveiled Wednesday a $1.3-billion integrated tourism and gaming venture at Pagcor Entertainment City—an estate rebranded as “City of Dreams Manila,” which is expected to open by the middle of next year.

Posted: October 10th, 2013 in Editor's Pick,Headlines | Read More »

Comcast launches portal for Asian-Pacific content

Global media and technology company Comcast today launched Xfinity Asia Internet destination (Xfinity.com/Asia), an online portal that brings together Asian-Pacific entertainment content from a variety of sources in one, easy to navigate location.

Posted: May 10th, 2013 in Headlines | Read More »

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  • Will Congress replace defunct pork barrel system with new measures?
  • Police in China remove church’s cross
  • 261 members attend reopening of House of Representatives
  • Belmonte calls for creation of public accounts committee to review alleged funds misuse
  • Drilon urges colleaguesto set aside 2016 plans, focus on ‘Senate’s rebirth’
  • Sports

  • Indomitable Red Lions seek No. 6 vs Blazers
  • Archers roar past Warriors; Tamaraws clobber Maroons
  • V-League: Cagayan whips UP; NU drubs Ateneo
  • Pons, Simborio top Petron volley
  • Salak bags SuperLiga MVP plum
  • Lifestyle

  • There’s more to Barcelona than Gaudi
  • Italian filmmaker’s love affair with Smokey Mountain
  • Veronica Roth shows her main man in ‘Divergent’ trilogy
  • Huffing and puffing my way to Monet’s Giverny–on two wheels
  • ‘Mostly Mozart,’ the fine and the beautiful, and Darrel Ang
  • Entertainment

  • North American box office loves ‘Lucy’
  • Alex Gonzaga in no rush for next romance
  • Mark Bautista is West End-bound
  • ‘Top Model’ finalist finds a home in Manila
  • One evening in a rock ’n’ roll time machine
  • Business

  • Tobacco report questioned
  • Government’s ‘to-do’ list remains long
  • Biz Buzz: ‘Smuggling’ corn
  • Robbing the wrong way
  • Relief from ‘lemon’ cars
  • Technology

  • PH Internet slowest in Asean
  • Marketers need to be in what Filipinos can’t live without
  • Apple, Samsung lose ground in cooling tablet market
  • China deletes Web reports on blow-up giant toad
  • Get paid for posting? Social networking’s new twist
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, July 28, 2014
  • Dream and nightmare
  • What a difference a year makes
  • Let there be freedom of choice on Bt ‘talong’
  • From Surakarta village to Merdeka Palace
  • Global Nation

  • Facing severe drought, Californians back mandatory curb on water use
  • ‘Maritime disputes could lead to war’
  • DFA priority: Peace in disputed sea
  • PH Muslims appeal for end to violence in Gaza
  • Malaysia hunts 2 Filipinos for smuggle try of turtle eggs
  • Marketplace
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