This content curation, originally meant for GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, and GMA News TV International’s KAPUSO ABROAD community and subscribers worldwide (I’m a public relations consultant, a.k.a. “marketing help,” for GMA Network, Inc. for the US) has been around for a few months. This time, I’m adding it to my blog so there is a greater reach. Not everything is in here — and you are not expected to use all of them. Even I don’t use everything (not right away!).
My sister, @momblogger, and my niece, @darthlaurian, have been extremely helpful all these years in helping me build my non-techie skills — for our higher good!
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They’re coming to Southern California! For those who have grown up with “Eat Bulaga!” — the dynamic trio of Tito, Vic, and Joey have successfully reinvented themselves several times with many, many incarnations of beloved Pinoy pop culture and lifestyle tastes. For Americans of Filipino ancestry and “I love Pinoy!” supporters, this is one show you wouldn’t want to miss!
According to Wikipedia, Eat Bulaga is the longest-running show in Philippine television, running 31 years — and counting.
For Tickets: Contact numbers: 714 932 7532 or 626 374 4906
According to Charina Vergara Carrera: Island Pacific Supermarket proudly supports “Eat Bulaga, Live in Anaheim” on September 18. Tickets are available at all Island Pacific branches in Southern California.
Eat Bulaga! is a noon-time variety show in the Philippines produced by the Television And Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE) and GMA Network’s block-timer. The show is broadcast from The New TAPE Studios (Eastside Studio) at the GMA Broadway Centrum in Quezon City. As of August 14, 2010, it has a total of 9,316 episodes since the day it started airing. Eat Bulaga! is aired Weekdays at 12:30PM to 3:00 PM (PST) and Saturdays at 12:00 nn to 3:00 pm (PST). The show also broadcasts worldwide through GMA Pinoy TV.
This 2010, the show is celebrating its 31st Year on Philippine Television. Eat Bulaga also holds the record of being the longest running show in Philippine Television.
From FilAmNation.com, I was able to get a clear copy of a commercial about the upcoming show from Lorraine Panlilio’s videos.