After launching its “Happy sa 2015” campaign for TV programs at the beginning of the year, TV5 now is now expanding its reach and sharing its brand of happiness to online audiences with a vast digital library of original online content from Digital5, TV5’s online channel.
At a trade show in Taguig City, the online channel showcased its bevy of online platforms: tv5.com.ph for entertainment, news5.com.ph and interaksyon.com for news, and sports5.ph for sports. These websites all feature exclusive shows found only on these sites that can be accessed anytime, anywhere.
Among tv5.com.ph’s online exclusives and TV classics are: JINRIlationships: A Survival Guide to the Dating Life, a comedy web series featuring the ups and downs of the dating life, featuring Jinri Park; Bloom, a lifestyle video blog that gives practical advice for the modern woman with beauty queen Maggie Wilson, model Mikaela Martinez, and actress Bubbles Paraiso; Tanods, a sitcom that follows the misadventures of Barangay Tanods, starring “Bayaw” Jun Sabayton as Brgy. Captain Roger Grace; Clash of Class, a witty, comedic “patigasan” showdown between the high and not-so-high class; Kwentong Barbero, a re-telling of tall tales and loud jokes from your local barbershop; and In Their Shoes: The Filipino Bossings, hosted by Anthony Pangilinan, this program takes the audience into a day in the life of the country’s top businessmen.
In addition to these shows, viewers will also be able to catch-up on the latest TV5 shows as well as classic shows, such as Wattpad Presents, Kidlat, The Amazing Race Philippines, and more.
TV5’s online news properties promises “to let people experience news in a fully interactive way” via interaksyon.com and news5.com.ph; while the online sports portal sports5.ph will offer PBA Live Streaming, The Bro Show which covers sporting sidelights, Kicksplorer for shoe junkies, and They Call Me Coach, an instructional and motivational series wherein Coach Chot Reyes talks to coaches from different leagues and sports.