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This article lists advertising and marketing controversies in the Philippines. It includes media such as television commercials, print media, and branding that have been the subject of controversy as well as controversies arising from relevant methods such as sales promotions.
Marius Talampas. Production. company. Arcade Film Factory. Country. Philippines. Nyahahakbkxjbcjhishdishlsab@!!!! Basta RC Cola!, also simply known as Basta ("Whatever") and Family, is a 2020 television commercial produced for RC Cola in the Philippines by advertising agency Gigil. It was first released online in November 2020.
Argentina. Commercial advertising in Argentine television (including cable channels operated from the country itself) is limited to 12 minutes per hour. In-programme advertising is allowed, but counted toward the 12-minute quota, means that if a 60-minute show has 2 minutes of in-programme advertising, the commercial breaks have to be limited ...
B. Basta (RC Cola advertisement) Television commercials by country. Advertising in the Philippines. Television in the Philippines.
Hallypop: is a Philippine free-to-air television channel owned by American company Jungo TV in partnership with GMA Network Inc. I Heart Movies: is a Philippine free-to-air television channel owned by GMA Network Inc. The channel was on test broadcast from March 22, 2021, until March 31, 2021, and was officially launched on April 5, 2021.
ABS-CBN (an initialism of its two predecessors' names, Alto Broadcasting System and Chronicle Broadcasting Network) is a Philippine commercial broadcast network that serves as the flagship property of the ABS-CBN Corporation, a company under Lopez Holdings Corporation owned by the López family. The network is headquartered at the ABS-CBN ...
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Events January. January 1 After past six years of broadcasting in the Philippines, Disney XD has ceased its operations by Disney Branded Television (a unit of Disney General Entertainment Content owned by The Walt Disney Company) across Southeast Asia due to a review of Disney's business direction and the upcoming launch of their own streaming service in the region.