TV5 Releases Statement on Anti-Duterte Political Ad Using Children

TV5 has released a statement regarding the anti-Duterte political ad using children which started to air on Thursday, May 5, 2016 in all networks:

“TV5 Network would like to correct speculations that it was among the broadcast stations that aired the negative political advertisement against Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. The particular political advertisement was not aired by TV5 because there were certain requirements that were not complied with. The decision not to air is brought about due to this reason. TV5 does not, in any way, discriminate against or favor any political candidate or party.”

TV5 Statement

11 Comments on TV5 Releases Statement on Anti-Duterte Political Ad Using Children

  1. Anonymous // May 8, 2016 at 2:27 pm //

    Abs cbn ang totoong manlololko hindi ang mga suporter ni duterte kayo ang bulag at bingi sa katutuhanan ipakita nyo rin lahat ng kapapalpakan ng manok nyo

  2. Anonymous // May 8, 2016 at 3:00 am //

    There’s is not wrong with the political add aired with anti duterte campaign, impact even if it wasn’t aired in any network the Filipino are very fond of using social and eventually it will be viewed by millions of Filipinos around the world. Why would you… make the add a big deal, anywhere in world when election time children had been used for campaign. Huwag kayong magbingibingihan.

  3. tv5 = duterte

    GMA7 = Poe

    abs-cbn = Roxas

  4. mheriam // May 7, 2016 at 8:51 am //


  5. Limuel // May 7, 2016 at 8:49 am //

    Pagtakpan ang katotohanan yan ang gusto ng mga dutertetards…

  6. Magsumikap kayo!!! Bulaan lahat ng candidates. // May 6, 2016 at 7:22 pm //

    Walang paki kay duterte magsumikap kayo di kayo tutulungan ng mga yan. Tsismis kayo ng tsismis. Gago niloloko lang kayo nyan. Walang sisihan.

  7. Unknown // May 6, 2016 at 5:05 pm //

    Ang dami palang flaws ni Duterte dapat mag isip isip ang mga tao, kung sino ang iboboto. Paalala lang bago magsisi sa huli.

  8. From Antonio P. Contreras (DLSU professor) on the anti-Duterte ad:

    “I will be speaking as one whose area of expertise is discourse analysis and politics of communication.
    First, on the use of children. There is nothing illegal here provided that they worked under parental consent, adult supervision and appropriate working hours. Its very much like when children are used in soap operas.
    Now, on the ethical aspects. On the fact that it directly attacks a candidate. Negative campaign ads are aired even in the United States.
    The issue is that is the ad saying things which the candidate did not say? Well, it looks like the materials used are all lifted from videos already made public and are factual.
    As to the message implied about children. I myself used the point that the candidate’s demeanor renders him not a good role model for children. The candidate in question takes pride in who he is. The offensive speech and acts he made even elicited laughter among supporters, even as critics were horrified.
    So it is odd that people find the ad offensive when it only sends a message that uses factual images and real fears. More so if those who find it offensive were not offended by the candidate’s speech and action featured in the ad to which the child actors are making a commentary.
    In short, IT IS A FAIR AD. Negative in its message. But in a political season, if you can give it then you should also be able to take it.”

  9. Duterte for the win // May 6, 2016 at 4:11 pm //

    c duterte ang mgpapasara dyan sa ABIAS-CBN…pwahahahaha

  10. RORO for the Win. No to Communism, No to Revolutionary Government, No to Joma Sison, No to Corruption, No to Bad Mouth, No to Dictatorship = No to DUTERTE. ABS- CBN continue airing anti Duterte Ads. Mabuhay kayo ABS

  11. Duterte for the win // May 6, 2016 at 2:13 pm //

    Lipas na kau ABIASCBN…c DUTERTE na ang sikat at nangunguna ngaun..pwahahaha

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