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"Kapuso ng Bawat Pilipino" ("One in Heart with Every Filipino")[51] is the secondary characteristic catchphrase of GMA Network. The slogan was initially used in conjunction with the rebranding of GMA Network as the Kapuso Network on October 27, 2002.[52] (Currently, it is used in its Regional TV stations). But another slogan of the network "Kapuso, Anumang Kulay ng Buhay" ("One in Heart, in Every Colors of Life") is still used in other purposes and this is the official theme song title for the network. GMA Network's news and public affairs department meanwhile uses the slogan "Serbisyong Totoo" ("True Service") It is one of the longest running slogans used for news broadcast promotion.[53][54] GMA Network found itself on the other end of a battle concerning the slogan, when ABS-CBN News Channel uses similar catchphrase, and immediately discontinued in order to avoid legal predicament from GMA Network. In 2006, its news department also used an accompanying slogan, "Just News", for its promotional campaign together with its news media partners, INQ7.Net. In 2018, the network introduced a new corporate slogan, "Buong Puso Para Sa Kapuso" ("Wholehearted for the One in Heart") which presented GMA's effort to bring programs, relevant shows, multi-awarded newscasts and documentaries and other services through TV, radio and online format from its birth to the present time, from the Philippines and abroad. In 2020, a variation of the current slogan "Buong Puso Para Sa Pilipino" ("Wholehearted for the Filipino") was unveiled on its 70th anniversary (currently used as a secondary slogan for its original 2018 slogan). It is currently shown on programming promo plugs of the network on TV and its Social Media channels, and "Buong Puso Para Sa Pinoy Abroad" ("Wholehearted for the Filipino Abroad") for celebrating GMA Pinoy TV's 15th anniversary.[55]

Take streaming and live TV up a notch with FuboTV Elite. This upgraded subscription plan from FuboTV is $79.99 per month which lets you access more than 170 broadcast channels in the main Fubo service, 130 sporting events, and an additional 41 Fubo extra channels. Enjoy 1,000 hours of cloud DVR and watch shows for up to 10 screens at home and 3 devices on the go. With News Plus, NBA TV, and NHL TV among the additional channels, FuboTV Elite is perfect for news junkies and sports enthusiasts alike.

The streaming services on this page were chosen by our editors. If you choose to subscribe to a streaming service we recommend as a result of our research, analysis, and curation, our work is sometimes (but not always) supported by an affiliate commission from the streaming service when you make a purchase.

There are free streaming services like the Roku Channel, Pluto TV, Vudu, Tubi, and Amazon Freevee.All five of these services offer a decent on-demand library, and the Roku Channel and Pluto TV also provide live TV channels." } }, "@type": "Question", "name": "What are the best free TV streaming apps?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "The best free TV and video streaming services are the Roku Channel and Pluto TV.The Roku Channel has live TV channels, such as USA Today, Newsy, People TV, and Stadium. Roku changes up its on-demand content very often, and right now, you can enjoy Wolf of Wall Street, Rio, and Midsomer Murders.Pluto TV also has live channels and an on-demand content library.With Pluto TV, you'll find channels like Comedy Central, Major League Soccer, Paramount+ Picks, CNN, and Bloomberg Television. You can choose from lots of genres to watch on-demand, and some titles include Last Holiday, Flight, and The Truman Show." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Is Hulu better than Netflix?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Netflix will always be better than Hulu as long as Netflix keeps beating them in the amount of content available in the library as well as making stellar Original content." , "@type": "Question", "name": "What device should you use with your video streaming apps?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "The easiest way to watch streaming content is to use a phone or a smart TV like Samsung TV or Google Chromecast which makes it convenient for you to access the streaming apps.Check out our reviews for mid-range Android phones, cheap iPhones, and Amazon Fire TV (3rd Gen) and non-Roku and non-Fire TV devices." ] }] (function(w,d,s,l,i))(window,document,'script','dataLayer','GTM-WG67XFH'); skip to main content Go to AU Edition

This beloved streaming service has and will continue to release new movies like Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, Lightyear, and Hocus Pocus 2 to watch at home with the family on a Saturday night.

You'll get the complete 60,000-hour library (compared to the free 40,000-hour library) filled with classic shows and movies, as well as Peacock Originals without ads. You also get live streaming for the news and sports with NBC.

Apple TV+ is a streaming service that only features Original content. But when you realize this service has tons of must-watch Originals like Severance and Ted Lasso, you start to see how $5 per month isn't so bad.

This streaming service might not be well-rounded because you won't find series from TV networks or movies we've seen in theaters, but Apple TV+ is the only place you'll find exclusive Originals that feature Jennifer Aniston, Justin Timberlake, Octavia Spencer, Steve Carell, and Jason Sudeikis.

PS: In comparison to other live TV streaming services, Hulu Live has the biggest on-demand library. But if channels is what you're going for, fuboTV or YouTube Live TV has a better dollar-to-channel ratio.

The academy describes its 2022 event as "a show so big, only a stadium can hold it." It will make history as the first major awards show to stream live exclusively, streaming live on Prime Video in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

When asked if they had a chance to read a daily newspaper yesterday, just 31% of Americans say they read a newspaper, the lowest percentage in two decades of Pew Research Center polling. When online news consumers are later probed separately if they happened to read anything on a newspaper website, the total rises to 37%, but even this more inclusive measure of newspaper readership is on a downward trajectory. Four years ago 43% reported some kind of newspaper reading, in print or online. These percentages still may miss some people who access newspaper content indirectly through secondary online sources such as news aggregators or search engines.

The share of Americans getting news on mobile devices or through online social networks on any given day is substantial, though far more people continue to get news from traditional news sources. Roughly one-in-ten Americans (9%) got news over a cell phone or smartphone yesterday, and the same percentage says they got news through a social networking site such as Facebook or Twitter.

Many older Americans also use new technologies to get the news. Nearly half (49%) of people in their 40s got news yesterday through some internet or mobile source, as did 44% of those ages 50-64. Digital news drops off as a source only among those ages 65 and older (23%), largely because older Americans remain less likely to go online or use mobile technology. In many cases, seniors who do have the technology are just as likely to use it to get news as their younger counterparts (see Section 2: Online and Digital News).

While men and women are equally likely to get news from one or more traditional platform on a given day (75% of men, 74% of women), men are far more likely than women to get news digitally. Overall, half of men (50%) get news over some kind of online or digital platform on any given day, compared with 39% of women. Specifically, men are twice as likely as women (12% vs. 6%) to get news using cell phones, and more men than women also get news from email, RSS readers and customizable webpages. However, there is no gender gap in the percentage getting news through social networks or Twitter on any given day.

Among these sources, television stands apart not only because more people get news there, but also because people continue to spend more time getting news there than any other source. People getting TV news on any given day spend an average of 55 minutes doing so. This compares to 38 minutes among people getting news online and 37 minutes among people reading a newspaper. Measured another way, 56% of television news watchers spend an hour or more with television news, compared with 40% of radio news listeners and just 25% of online news consumers and 19% of print newspaper readers.

Meanwhile, online newspaper readership has grown, though not enough to counterbalance the print decline. Currently, 17% of Americans say they read a newspaper online yesterday or visited a newspaper website. This is up from 13% two years ago and 9% in 2006, but is still lower than the 26% who read the newspaper in print. People in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s are all about equally likely to read newspapers online. The rate falls off among those ages 65 and older because fewer use the internet. Among seniors who use the internet, 17% read a newspaper online yesterday; that is comparable to the percentage of those under 65 who are online and read a newspaper (21%). 076b4e4f54


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