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Friday, February 02, 2007

Joey de Leon reacts about the ratings game between "Eat Bulaga" & "Wowowee"

STAR CIRCUIT By Ricky L. Calderon
The Freeman 02/02/2007

On reports that the longest-running noontime variety show 'Eat Bulaga' is losing to 'Wowowee' in the ratings game, host Joey de Leon reacts: 'We have more commercials than Wowowee so it's but natural if viewers would want to switch channels. I call Eat Bulaga a noontime show; Wowowee is an afternoon show.

What can Joey say about the upswing in the ratings of Wowowee, which has said to be beating Eat Bulaga in the ratings game?

"At this point, two shows can survive at puwede talagang magdikit ang mga ratings. No show can claim that they are number one. May araw na talo ka. With the advent of the remote control, talagang madadale ka," explains Joey. "We have more commercials than Wowowee so it's but natural if viewers would want to switch channels. It's aired around 1 p.m. It's normal that ratings fluctuate."

Joey says they made some sort of experiment last week. They did away with the Bulagaan portion in their show. They did it for the first time in so many years. "The people didn't like it. Gusto nila napapagsama namin ang audience at ang cast ng show.

Dapat kasama sila sa kasiyahan. Now the audience are back with us," says Joey. "Two shows can really survive. Even a third show could probably survive, but it would not rate as high as the two other shows. I look at the competition with an open mind. I cannot say we are the champion show. Once your show goes into a commercial break, chances are the viewers would switch on show.

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