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A case study on the advantages and disadvantages of Philippine drama to the audience

A Research Paper Presented to
Sir Jaerold Marc Domino Ramos
Mapua Institute of Technology

in partial fulfillment
of the requirements in
Survey of Communication Theories for Academic Purposes
(MAS 15)

by
Christian M. Nantin

March 2014
Biographical page data
Personal Information
Name: Christian M. Nantin
Address: B2 L1 Bluebird Lane St, Southville Pilar Village, Las Pinas City Birth Date: Janurary 17, 1996
Birth Place: Muntinlupa City
Contact Number: 09166242080
E-mail Address: SeanNantin@yahoo.com
Father’s Name: Menandro R. Nantin
Occupation: Civil Engineer
Mother’s Name: Andrea M. Nantin
Ocupation: Insurance Manager/Life underwriter

Educational Background
Pre - School: Elizabeth Seton School 2001-2003
Elementary: Elizabeth Seton School 2003 – 2009
High School: Elizabeth Seton School 2009 - 20013
College: Mapua Institute of Technology BATCH 13

Abstract

Table of Contents
Content Page Title Page
Biographical page data
Abstract
Table of Contents
I. Introduction
Background of the Study
Statement of the Problem
Scope and Limitations
Significance of the Study
II. Review of Related Literatures
Studies
Literature
III. Study Framework
Theoretical Level
Conceptual Level
Operational Level
Operational Definition of Terms
Statement of Hypotheses
IV. Methodology
Research Design and Methods
Concepts and Indicators
Research Instruments
Units of Analysis and Sampling
Data Procedure
Data Analysis

V. Results and Discussion
VI. Summary of the Findings
VII. Conclusion
VIII. Recommendations

Bibliography

“PRIMETIME BIDA:” A case study on the advantages and disadvantages of Philippine drama to the audience

I.INTRODUCTION
Philippine drama also known as teleserye is a television form of melodramatic fiction. It came from the two words: "tele," which is short for "television," and "serye," a Tagalog term for "series" and "drama" for drama.

Teleseryes share some characteristics and have similar roots with classic soap operas and telenovelas, yet the teleserye has evolved into a genre with its own unique characteristics, often working as a reflection of the social realism of the Filipinos. Teleseryes are aired in prime-time five days a week, and often replays during weekends. They attract a broad audience which crosses age and gender lines, and they command the highest advertising rates in Philippine television. They last anywhere from three months to a year, or even longer, depending on its rating.

Teleseryes are currently produced by ABS-CBN, GMA Network, and TV5. Some of them are co-produced by TAPE Inc., Dreamscape Entertainment Television, VIVA Entertainment, GMA Films and Star Cinema.

Other forms of Philippine dramas include "serials" and "anthologies," which are usually shown on a weekly basis. These dramas are also intended to air a finite number of episodes usually lasting one season depending on the ratings.

The Problem Statement

A case study on the advantages and disadvantages of Philippine drama to the audience

A Research Paper Presented to
Sir Jaerold Marc Domino Ramos
Mapua Institute of Technology

in partial fulfillment
of the requirements in
Survey of Communication Theories for Academic Purposes
(MAS 15)

by
Christian M. Nantin

March 2014
Biographical page data
Personal Information
Name: Christian M. Nantin
Address: B2 L1 Bluebird Lane St, Southville Pilar Village, Las Pinas City Birth Date: Janurary 17, 1996
Birth Place: Muntinlupa City...
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