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We aim to positively influence the content of our local TV programming in terms of values portrayed; decency in speech, dressing and action; contribution to intellectual development of viewers; promotion of a healthy love for country; and, respect for religious beliefs.

Letters: Living It Up

Posted on : 01-09-2008 | By : admin | In : Feedback, Letters, Reviews


Sent: 24 July 2008
Channel: GMA 7
Show: (TV) Living It Up

Dear Sir:

I am writing you on behalf of the Television Advocacy Group (TAG) whose aim is to “positively influence the content of local TV programs”. We do this by monitoring local shows and critiquing them through letters we send to their producers or the TV broadcast stations. Letters to their major sponsors are also targeted to make them aware of the impact the shows are making towards the viewing public.

This letter is to provide you feedback on the show “Living It Up”. Its really a pleasant and good show. I found your show both interesting and entertaining. There were episodes that were not just informative but very educational. I found this particularly to be true with the episode that showcased Japanese culture (and this has been my favorite so far) last June 4. I wish you would feature similar topics like focusing on the culture of other countries. Recently, your show has kept me up to date with the current trends.

Your presentation is hip and psychedelic. I like the colors and the letters that introduce the different segments of the show. The atmosphere is perky and the hosts are very animated. The show itself is lively – there is never a dull moment.

I wish though that the wardrobe/outfits styles would be changed. Its our thinking that the show would be more effective if the people looked more professional and simple/modest. I liked it when Mr. Tim Yap adopted Japanese costumes to fit the subject matter. It was really cool!

More power to your show.


Betsy Ramos

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