As the Philippines plays host to the prestigious Southeast Asian Games, official broadcasters 5 and Cignal Entertainment join together to provide the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and in-depth coverage of the biennial multi-sport event.
The official broadcasters aim to provide unprecedented coverage of the SEA Games with three channels centered on reaching at least half a billion audiences across the region.
The 30th edition of the SEA Games will be the largest in history with 56 sporting events training the spotlight on many sports as possible including esports.
Under the umbrella campaign “Sama-Sama sa SEA Games,” 5 and Cignal TV hope to unite Filipinos locally and abroad to rally behind Philippine athletes, and support them in the games. Likewise, Sama-Sama is a battle cry for the MVP Group that’s working tirelessly and together to provide world-class coverage on free-to-air, pay TV, and digital.
“Our hope is to bring together Filipinos locally and abroad to rally behind our athletes as they experience the games live and through our varied platforms,” Cignal TV and TV5 president and CEO Jane Basas said.
This year marks the fourth time that the Philippines will host the SEA Games. According to Jojit Alcazar, Senior Managing Director at PHISGOC, the event involves11,000 athletes and officials from the 11 member nations and 9,000 volunteers.
TV5 and Cignal will bring the action right from the opening on Nov. 30 all the way to the final date of the Games on Dec. 11.
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Perkins Twins star in ‘Kaibigan’
Filipino-American twins Jesse and Christian Perkins popularly known as the Perkins Twins take the lead in their first venture in the local film via Kaibigan.
The film delves into the challenges, struggles, changes and the strong bonds of friendship among family and friends. It speaks of a beautiful journey towards personal transformation and restoration of relationships, especially that of the family.
The family-oriented film stars Hollywood actor Stephen Baldwin pitting talents with veteran thespians Tirso Cruz, Cesar Montano, Jean Garcia, Lani Mercado, Victor Basa, Emmanuelle Vera and Janina Vela.Danica Sotto, Tim Cone, and Vince Hizon also make guest appearances.
The Perkins Twins are excited to be on tour and set foot on school campuses again and in various malls to connect with their followers and promote their inspiring movie and the movie theme song also entitled “Kaibigan.” The song is beautifully penned by well-respected composer Vehnee Saturno and will be released soon.
The movie unspools in cinemas nationwide on Dec. 4.
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