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September 30, 2015

E-Commerce site reports growth in PH Car Financing sector


Leading car classified Carmudi, an e-commerce company that connects dealers of cars, motorcycles, trucks, and buses to prospective buyers, has recently unveiled its report about the growth of Car Financing in the Philippines. The report provides an outlook in the current and future state of car financing in the country and how it affects consumer attitudes towards credit.

The research also revealed that 76-percent of Filipinos are planning to purchase a car in the next two years compared to 65-percent in other emerging markets. 


In terms of consumer behavior, the Philippines has the highest level of vehicle upgrade, with 96-percent planning to upgrade their cars when they reach a more financial and stable condition.

Meanwhile, attractive consumer loan programs have boosted the strong demand for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The growth in consumer loans was driven by a 26-percent increase in auto loans, which translated to P244.61 billion.

Subir Lohani, managing director of
Carmudi Philippines. 
As consumer loans continues to grow, local banks are racing to come up with different strategies such as lower interest rates, attractive product offerings, and freebies to boost their share of the industry and give them a competitive edge. 

With the Philippine government initiating ongoing economic reforms and a high inflow of remittances, forecasts predict that consumer lending will flourish at a double-digit rate, driving consumers to further invest in cars and motorcycles. 

As more banks invest in consumer loans, consumer credit is also expected to increase and become more widely accessible to all Filipinos, the report said.

“Car financing has always been an option that consumers in the Philippines look at when buying a car, and data shows that the demand for auto loans in the country continues to increase,” said Subir Lohani, managing director of Carmudi Philippines. 

“With the growing economy and increase in demand for passenger cars, we believe that more of our Filipino customers will seek assistance about financing options. As more banks and financial institutions offer attractive loan programs and require low down payments, we expect auto purchases through financing will continue to flourish in the country,” adds Lohani.



Carmudi is an exciting and new kind of online car classifieds that allows you to sell or buy your car, motorcycle or commercial vehicle in the fastest possible way. You can search, compare, and purchase over 300,000 vehicles on your phone, making car shopping as easy as ever. In just under a year and a half, Carmudi has rapidly scaled to 20 countries across Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Latin America. We employ over 500 employees worldwide, and our team continues to grow.

Essilor and GMA Kapuso Foundation provide 500 prescription glasses

In its commitment to provide better visual health for all, Essilor, the world leader for ophthalmic optics, reached out to Filipinos in need of vision correction at the annual Kapuso 20-20 Eye Project. 

Together with GMA Kapuso Foundation, Essilor provided 500 pairs of prescription glasses to underprivileged Filipinos at the GMA Kapuso Foundation booth. Apart from eye glasses, Essilor also gave free vision screening and eye check up. 

“Many Filipinos suffer from poor vision and it is our company’s commitment to help address this problem globally,” said Dr. Emelita Roleda, General Manager of Essilor Philippines. “That’s why we are very pleased to be part of outreach programs like this where we can help Filipinos see better, raise awareness on the importance of having healthy vision and emphasize the urgency of having your vision corrected.”

The event, which was held at the GMA Kapuso headquarters, was done in celebration of Sight Saving month. The outreach project was also supported by volunteer doctors from integrated phil assoc of optometrists (IPAO).

This project is a yearly partnership with GMA Kapuso Foundation. Last year, Essilor Vision Foundation, GMA Kapuso Foundation and Integrated Philippines Association of Optometrists (IPAO) provided free refraction and eyeglasses to 692 individuals (312 in Manila, 209 in Cebu, 181 in Davao) through the Kapuso 20/20 project. 

This outreach is part of the Essilor Group’s global strategy to address a global issue – the prevalence of uncorrected poor vision around the world and the need for governments and corporations to play a role in providing access to vision correction, particularly in emerging markets. 

“This is just one of the many projects lined up for this year that is geared towards better vision across the country,” Dr. Roleda added.

September 29, 2015

Sony Pictures Television (SPT) Networks launched global environmental responsibility campaign called "Picture This"


Campaign Launched in 177 Countries

Sony Pictures Television Networks launched a worldwide campaign across their channels in 177 countries, engaging viewers in environmental issues, it was announced today by Andy Kaplan, president, worldwide networks for Sony Pictures Television (SPT). The effort, titled Picture This, will utilize the channels’ storytelling expertise to engage viewers around environmental issues important to each market. Picture This will then combine these local efforts into a worldwide voice to bring awareness to everyday efforts that can help protect our natural resources. 


“With the reach of our global networks and the passion of our storytelling, our networks will both engage the community and energize people to action by picturing a better environment,” said Kaplan. “Collectively we can make noise heard around the world on behalf of issues that are central to everyone’s well-being and do it in an entertaining way.”

In Asia, SPT Networks, which includes leading channels Animax, AXN, Gem, ONE and Sony Channel will present a three minute on air spot encouraging viewers to reduce the use of plastic bags in their daily lives. To communicate the message, SPT Networks enlisted the support of “El Gamma Penumbra”, the mesmerizing shadow play group who won the first season of Asia’s Got Talent on AXN earlier this year. 

“The over-use of plastic bags in territories across Asia is a growing concern given the negative impact it has on our land, waterways, marine life and oceans. Through our Picture This campaign, we want to remind viewers to think twice before using, and then quickly discarding, their plastic bags. Partnering with El Gamma Penumbra, who is known for their compelling environmental performances, was a natural choice and their inspiring storytelling for Picture This is sure to make a big difference,” said Hui Keng Ang, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia.

Picture a world without litter. Picture an urban oasis. Picture a beautiful forest. Picture This.

See Picture This and El Gamma Penumbra in action here: 

More information about Picture This can be found at the global website: www.sptpicturethis.com. Links to local efforts can also be found there, as well as assets that can be used to join the conversation on social media.

 #sptpicturethis

Meet ASUS’ High-Value 5’’ ZenFone with Pixelmaster Camera and Android Lollipop 5.1

A compact, stylish and high-value smartphone for today’s savvy and socially-connected consumers, with a vivid 5-inch IPS HD (1280 x 720) display and a feature-rich 8MP PixelMaster main camera with industry-leading low-light performance. The newest member of the original ZenFone generation keeps the fun rolling with a high-capacity battery that provides almost 30 hours of 3G talk time and over 10 days on standby.

ZenFone Go packs a powerful 1.3GHz quad core processor for superior everyday performance, and includes intelligent dual SIM, dual-active technology that lets users both deal with and switch seamlessly between business and personal needs.

This lightweight marvel also has exclusive ASUS SonicMaster audio technology, controlled by the intuitive ASUS AudioWizard with ICEpower® technology for mobile-audio experiences that sound great in any surroundings.

PixelMaster camera: See what others can’t see

ZenFone Go is equipped for superb everyday photography and fun selfies, with two built-in cameras. The main PixelMaster camera has a 8MP, f/2.0 lens to capture stunning photos. PixelMaster’s industry-leading Low Light mode employs pixel-merging technology to capture up to 400%-brighter photos at night, or in low-light scenes, without the need for a flash — something not previously possible with a 5MP camera.

The ZenFone Go’s PixelMaster main camera also has Backlight (HDR) mode to let users capture vivid, evenly-exposed photos in challenging backlit scenes such as sunset portraits. By using pixel-enhancing technology to increase contrast by up to 400%, Backlight (HDR) mode ensures that foreground subjects stand out clearly and are free of shadows.

ZenFone Go’s ZenUI Camera app also includes loads of powerful features to help users capture the very best photographs and selfies, including Time Rewind that snaps even before the shutter button is pressed and Depth of Field to create stunning miniature-world effects.


Android Lollipop 5.1

Browse through the ZenUI with Android Lollipop 5.1 from out of the box. It gives you the best Android experience with all the bug fixes and improved key aspects of the entire operating system, and added some new tricks and fancy animations to make ZenFone Go even livelier.


SonicMaster audio: Exclusive technology for high-quality mobile sound

ZenFone Go benefits from ASUS-exclusive SonicMaster technology for exceptional mobile-audio experiences. An ingenuous amplifier design enables ZenFone Go to deliver an output voltage that’s up to 25% greater than competing smartphones. The included ASUS AudioWizard app with ICEpower technology helps the users to shape the sound for every environment and situation. The result is rich, powerful and dynamic audio output that delivers louder, distortion-free sound for both work and play, from speakerphone calls and voiced map directions to music and movies.

AVAILABILITY & PRICING

ZenFone Go (ZC500TG) will be available next week in all authorized re-sellers nationwide for only P5,995

Mobile Photography at its finest : New Prime Model From Alcatel Flash Pushes The Limits In Camera and Phone

MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY AT ITS FINEST: ALCATEL LAUNCHES FLASH 2 EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH LAZADA PHILIPPINES ON SEPTEMBER 30, 12 NOON

Alcatel Flash today announced their latest prime model, the Alcatel Flash 2, with an even stronger focus on mobile photography than ever before. Fresh with their new brand color “Flash Green” signifying innovation, youth and energy, the Alcatel Flash 2 builds upon Alcatel Flash’s commitment in providing mobile users a unique mobile photography experience – mobigraphy.

“Mobigraphy is not just an action, but is now a lifestyle. We understand this from the very beginning when we created the Flash series,” Albert Wong, General Manager, Alcatel Flash. “What we have done for Alcatel Flash 2 is to continue to improve on what we already have and make it better yet at the same time continue to provide accessibility and convenience to the users to shoot their best moments.”

“The success of the Flash Plus has inspired the team to devise another smartphone with superb features and specifications at an affordable price,” Lei Zhang, Philippine Country Manager, Alcatel Flash.

Launching exclusively on September 30 at exactly 12 Noon, through the Philippines’ One-Stop Shopping and Selling Destination – Lazada; the Alcatel Flash 2 signifies the strong partnership between Alcatel and Lazada towards having the superior product quality of the Alcatel smartphones be accessible to a wider consumer base through Lazada’s strong logistical capability and robust cash-on-delivery network. With the partnership between Alcatel and Lazada, Filpinos can own the newest smartphone sensation – the Alcatel Flash 2, through the effortless and enjoyable online shopping experience that Lazada Philippines offers to its shoppers.

Improved Camera Technologies

The gSight. 13 Megapixels ƒ/2.0 rear camera provides sharper and clearer pictures. The accompanying RealTone Dual Flash gives an extra advantage in low light conditions while maintaining the colors as true as possible to real life.
For the Profie Cam front camera, Alcatel Flash 2 has the distinct LED flash, shedding light to the users’ selfies.

Design To Fit Perfectly In Your Hand

The Alcatel Flash 2 is ergonomically designed to fit perfectly in any hand. The non-slip and mark-free curved back keeps the device spotless and dirt-free at all times. Meanwhile, the balanced body gives easy access to all the functions by using just one hand.


Sweet Intuitive Android L UI Experience. 

Simple yet elegantly stunning. The authentic Android L UI that comes with the Alcatel Flash 2 is all about simple yet easy-to-use designs that understands the human behavior. The results is an overall user-friendly navigation and experience. 


Robust 64-bit Octa-core Processor. 

Built with the incredibly powerful 64-bit 8 core 1.3Ghz Cortex-A53 MT6753 Processor along with the 2GB LPDDR3 SDRAM, the Alcatel Flash 2 delivers robust performance for heavy duty usage. Users can multitask seamlessly. For peak graphic performance, the Alcatel Flash 2 comes with the Mali-T720MP4 GPU. 


Pricing & Availability 

The Alcatel Flash 2 is available in Volcanic Grey and Mica White. Only the former will be released initially. Philippines will be the first country to launch the device (22 September 2015) and the first to sell (30 September 2015). The Suggested Retail Price is at Php 6,190.00.
Alcatel Flash 2 will be sold exclusively in Lazada via www.lazada.com.ph/alcatel-flash-

Kata launches its newest KATA Box for home entertainment


Kata introduced Kata Box, the not-your-ordinary TV box which delivers not only your favourite channels but a whole new plethora of content – digital media, games and apps that would surely change the way you view home entertainment.

The Kata Box runs on an Android platform, and is equipped with Mali 450 and Amlogic S805 quad-core 1.5GHz processor, which will turn your TV into a whole new world of content. It is operated using Kitkat 4.4. Apart from its fast processor, it also has a built-in 1GB RAM + 8GB ROM internal storage, which allows you to save not only videos, but documents and apps which you could use for other tasks apart from just watching TV programs.



The Kata Box is created to turn your TV into a gateway for an amazing viewing experience.

By simply connecting your Kata Box into your Wi-Fi router, you can begin to download apps, movies and other media, or access your Facebook or YouTube accounts.

Why not enjoy everything on a bigger screen? In order to maximize your digital experience, Kata box also has additional accessories: a game controller which lets you enjoy your favourite android games, wireless keyboard with mouse, and an HDMI to VGA converter. All of these come in affordable prices which is just perfect for the whole family. Kata has been known as a brand which focuses on providing premium devices at affordable prices.

“It is our vision to provide our customers with the best digital experience straight into their homes. Now they can take home any content that they like, and at very affordable prices. It will always be a pleasure for us to turn this vision into something tangible and doable.” says Kata’s CEO.

Spiritually inspired crafts mixing fashion with devotion; Bringing the Holy Land next to your heart


Living life to the fullest... enjoy life, love, devotion, awe, worship, trust, an attitude toward the divine or nature.

Stay seemingly connected with your religious past, and take a piece of history – wherever you go, with fashion pieces inspired and derived from the Holy Land. 

Individuals, whether young or old, can surely embrace these pieces as they usher in an era of stylish relevance, while still embracing the past.

Recognized globally and distributed by EnergyGold Corp. in the Philippines, Authentica are products that are unique and truly one of a kind as they bring a closer feel to the Holy Land. Mostly seen as more than a spiritual accessory.

 “These products also integrate classic and sophisticated hand-made designs to their jewelries and displays – successfully mixing fashion with devotion,” says Jadeeyah Abang, EnergyGold Corp.’s Vice President.

 Jadeeyah Abang during the press conference as Journey Spiritual Craft launches one of its brand, Authentica by Oren Sagi.
Spiritually inspired, these products incorporate materials and basic elements from the Holy Land, such as Oil from Mount Galilee, Soil from chosen regions of the Holy Land, and Water from the Jordan River – all of which are authentic to assure the product’s purity and high quality.


Filipinos can surely get a glimpse of the Holy Land through these products. Authentica products are locally distributed by Journey Spiritual Crafts – and can be availed online, through its online partners. Those from other countries can also lookforward to being able to take home these products as it aims to expand to South Asian counties like Japan and Korea, and Australia.

Journey Spiritual Crafts is known to bring every believer of Christ (here in the Philippines) closer to the Holy Land, since few followers of Jesus has the chance to come and visit the place, we try to move and bring Jerusalem next to the heart of the Filipino communities providing them spiritual crafts and souvenirs.

Items are all authentic and traditionally handmade by the artist, Oren Sagi.Oren’s creations combine three basic elements: 
Hanging Triplet Charm Set - Water, Olive Oil, Soil

Water - from the holy Jordan River- Jesus Christ was baptized in the Bethany across the Jordan River (John 1:28). He traveled south to the Jordan to meet John the Baptist who was baptizing in the river all who came and repented of their sins. 
Olive Oil - from the selected ripe Galilee olives, crushed into pure oil at a local press, just as they were 2000 years ago. The oil represents holy anointing by the power of the Spirit of God. 
Soil - taken from several regions of this extraordinary land and combined into a single mass; then sifted, cleaned and flattened until every grain is a separate, distinct entity.
Visit the official Journey Spiritual Craft Facebook page www.facebook.com/JourneySpiritualCraft to know more about Journey’s spiritual crafts and souvenirs, you may also log on to www.journeyspiritualcraft.com.


Jordan River water, olive oil and soil Sealed with cross in a handmade Glass Bubbles. deluxe packaging with original wax seal.


September 28, 2015

M​yProperty.ph Magazine features 8 big names in Ph Real Estate

Dubbed “The People Issue,” MyProperty puts the spotlight on eight big names in Philippine real estate

​Dubbed “The People Issue,” M​yProperty.ph Magazine (​www.myproperty.ph​) releases its eight issue this week. For the first time ever, the magazine focuses on some of the movers and shakers of Philippine real estate.

In this issue of MyProperty.ph magazine, we want to step back and congratulate our long­term partners, whose success represents  a truly entrepreneurial spirit worth emulating. We let their knowledge of the market guide our journey and we thank them for their continuous belief in our vision to bring the Philippine real estate market into the digital age,” said Henry Winter, the newly appointed general manager of MyProperty.ph.

Well­known personalities to grace the latest issue of ​MyProperty.ph Magazine​include Grand Monaco president Reynaldo Carpio, Vista Land president and former senator Manny Villar, noted architect and urban planner Felino “Jun” Palafox Jr., and National Real Estate Association chairman Andy Mañalac.

MyProperty.ph​’s latest issue also features useful home guides and neighborhood tips for consumers, an exciting list of kid­friendly and fun­filled places in Metro Manila, articles on home design and budget­friendly dining room upgrades, and a list of must­have mood­enhancing items for your home.

Another piece, “A PWD’s ‘Dream House,’” focuses on the features that make a home ideal for people with disabilities. Meanwhile, noted property brokerage Pinnacle Real Estate Consulting Services also share their latest market insight and relays how the upcoming elections will affect the country’s real estate future.

Also in this issue are seven featured properties: The SM Mall of Asia by SM Prime, The Lakeshore by Central Country Estate, Admiral Baysuites by Anchor Land Holdings, Tres Palmas by Livingsprings Communities, Tagaytay Highlands by Belle Corporation, 3 Forty Fifth Residences by Top Market Property Development and Management, and Casa Aurora and The Grand Monaco Village East by Grand Monaco. A total of ten pages have also been dedicated to property classified ads from both MyProperty.ph and Lamudi Philippines.

“​In this issue of MyProperty.ph magazine, we want to step back and congratulate our long­term partners, whose success represents a truly entrepreneurial spirit worth emulating. We let theirGrab the latest issue from your local newsstands or get a copy for free by visiting MyProperty.ph's office at 9/F Rufino Tower, Ayala Avenue corner Rufino Street, Makati City.

Let's take a trip down memory lane at Reminisque Bistro in Tomas Morato

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A great evening as we turn back time, while having taste the traditional Filipino Cuisine at the newly opened Reminisque Bistro in Tomas Morato, Quezon City.

Dining experience that takes you back to Good Ole Days, turn back time as Reminisque Bistro provides guests with relaxing chill and nostalgic vibe music of the decade past - the 70s, 80s, 90s and traditional Filipino cuisine with fresh new ideas with delicious taste. 


For quality dining experience that takes you back to the good ole days, Reminisque Bistro is the perfect go-to place for a much-deserved indulgence. 

Reminisque Bistro opened its doors to the public last July 30, and as the name suggests, this cozy dining hub aims to provide a venue for adult professionals and yuppies who are craving for some straight-up, comfort grub with the distinct feel of hometown goodness.

Metro Manila’s newest go-to place for foodies and pub crawlers steers clear of the usual culinary fix being served by nearby restos and cafes in the area. Instead, it focuses on exquisite, traditional Filipino cuisine, but the kind that incorporates fresh new ideas with delicious regional taste. 


Almost everything that comes out of the kitchen is a specialty prepared in classic, flavorful glory: kansi, a rare Ilonggo delicacy that straddles the fine line between bulalo and sinigang, is a huge hit among regulars, especially after giving its thick, tangy taste a try.

Their traditionally prepared kare-kare brings a slice of home: earthily smoothened and savored with grounded peanuts and roasted rice grains. Reminisque Bistro also offers lengua—a rich and tasty ox tongue recipe in creamy mushroom sauce and red wine; the classic sisig with pita—a popular Filipino appetizer that goes well with beer and surprisingly, pita bread; and the famous Reminisque chicken— fried to golden brown with a unique savory taste you’ll surely remember.





“We hired a chef, experienced in creating various dishes including his old recipes gathered,” Matias says about how they sort through and curate the food in their menu.


Reminisque Bistro’s homey, modern Filipino interiors are the perfect setting for people who just want to unwind after a stressful day at work. A service cocktail bar features a wide array of drinks—pure, concocted and fondly stirred with alcoholic mixes, spirits, vodka, seasonal fruits, and sweeteners.



Their private function rooms with 35-seating capacity can also hold special meetings, gatherings, and small parties. 

Apart from its cozy, contemporary ambiance and delightful homegrown food, Reminisque Bistro holds themed nights that cater to adult audiences seeking for nostalgic music of the past. Their pool of DJs plays expertly curated songs that span from the ‘70s, ’80s, ‘90s to the present while acoustic performers provide guests with relaxing chill music that they can sing along to and enjoy in the background. 

Visit Reminisque Bistro at Scout Lozano Street corner Tomas Morato, Quezon City.

The bistro is open daily for lunch up until the last call, which is usually at 2:00 am. Call (02) 4415302 / 0476182093 for inquiries and reservations. Add us on Facebook: facebook.com/Reminisquebistro.

September 27, 2015

RE/MAX Philippines introduces a new concept that benefits consumers

Leonard Campos, President RE/MAX Philippines and Michelle Perlas, Country  Manager RE/MAX Philippines at the RE/MAX media launch held at the Discovery Primea 
The world's highest-rating franchise, RE/MAX, has changed the real estate sector in the Philippines by providing more options to people looking for property to own or lease. RE/MAX Philippines is now making an impact in the global arena through its proven and tested model in franchising where everybody wins.

RE/MAX is the World’s No. 1 Real Estate brand and has the largest global network of highly successful brokers and agents in 100 countries.

For brokers, it means a more professional approach to doing business. 

"Our people aren't just in it for the money. They love what they are doing and are looking forward to what happens every day. They don't just have jobs. They have careers," explains RE/MAX Philippines country manager Michelle Perlas.

But the biggest benefit of RE/MAX being in the Philippines, according to Perlas, is felt by consumers.

"There are so many real estate developments right now. If you are a consumer, you need more information and guidance. How do you know which one to choose to buy, rent or lease?"

RE/MAX franchisees help potential buyers/lessees look at their options.

For instance, why are you looking for a property? Is if for investment purposes or are you going to live in it?

"RE/MAX teaches its franchisees/brokers to get to know their clients. We want them to talk to their prospects and find out what these people want versus what they need. This is how they can be effective brokers. In the end, what we will have are happy customers and that's why we are here," says Perlas.

At the launch of RE/MAX Philippines at Discovery Primea Hotel, the media and listed brokers try the latest RE/MAX Technology platforms.





RE/MAX's business model was novel but it has worked in around 100 countries where RE/MAX has helped brokers reach their professional and business goals. 

"The franchise approach is incredibly efficient and a great driver for growth," said Dave Liniger, who co-founded RE/MAX in 1973 with his wife Gail.

In October 2013, RE/MAX Holdings Inc. became a publicly traded company and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange as RMAX. Dave and Gail Liniger still head RE/MAX, which is headquartered in Denver.

The company came to the Philippines, offering solutions to real estate brokers in a very dynamic market.

The franchises are individually owned and operated, and are run according to the specific demands of its local or regional market.

"The company espouses entrepreneurship. It teaches you how to be in business for yourself but not by yourself," says Perlas, who has 18 years of experience in integrated marketing communications and has worked for some of the country's top corporations before joining RE/MAX Philippines.

RE/MAX Philippines brings to real estate brokers a system that has been proven and tested to work. This system has helped people be their own boss and given them opportunities beyond making money. 

"We want to inspire more entrepreneurs, especially those who believe in what we do and its power to transform lives," says Perlas.

RE/MAX Philippines head office is located at 25th Floor Citibank Tower II, 8741 Paseo de Roxas St., Makati City, Philippines.

For more information, visit www.remax.ph, call (63 2) 511-1429 to 30; 511-1943 or email info@remax.ph 


Immortalizing people on Rich Audio Lifecast at Martin Andanar's Podcast.Ph

Podcasting is a form of audio broadcasting on the Internet. The word “podcasting” is a portmanteau combining the words “broadcasting” and “iPod,” a portable music player. Podcasts usually contain talk back radio style content rather than music.

Podcasting is the start of a new media content revolution that is empowering individuals with the ability to globally distribute their ideas. It is no different than a webcast, a show that is broadcast over the web and is broken up into parts or episodes. Most podcasts are similar to news radio programs and deliver information on a regular basis, It is impacting traditional industries such as journalism, education and entertainment allowing anyone to freely create and distribute news and media. 

Martin Andanar at the Martin's Mancave on http://podcast.ph

Podcaster, audio blogger Martin Andanar, is a TV media executive, news anchor, radio commentator and voice over artist in TV5. He is the head of News5 Everywhere & Tv5 Everywhere, the online video portals of Tv5.

A radio buff and audiophile since his younger times, Martin was always fascinated by long form radio documentaries and interviews.

"I think immortalizing people in audio format is still one of the best ways. There's always enough time for important details tio be explained with space left for he listener's imagination to work," said Martin.

Martin host's his own podcast show called Martin's Mancave on http://podcast.ph, an independent podcast production and audio blog he initiated. Martin's Mancave went online last August 2, 2014.

Martin said podcasting is spreading the message to the netizens, especially to the Filipinos abroad so they will be updated on what’s happening in their country. With passion, Martin shared his own discovery of how he loved our country to broadcast via podcast.ph legendary figures of history. One he will never forget in his podcasts, is former President Fidel Ramos who shared through live podcast.ph leaving a legacy for the future generation.













Podcasting make history as it gives you more ideas to change the world. Martin tour us to the Martin's Mancave - his room, and one was his garage, made it nearly soundproofed and set up some technical recording equipment with microphones.

Josephine Bonsol,  podcaster Benjie Felipe, Mark Vincent Nunez, Axl Guinto, Podcast.Ph Host Martin Andanar and Myrna Roman at the Martin's Mancave 



This is an unforgettable Friday night having a casual conversation with podcaster Martin Andanar and his team,  Benjie Felipe and Deah Ricacho, and with fellow bloggers. We talked a lot about history, Jabidah massacre, Ninoy and Marcos times, Sultan, even ghosts and dreams.




Dreamscope by Benjie "TsongkiBenj" Felipe is the 2nd original show produced by Podcast.PH about dreams, horoscope and mysterious recesses of the unconscious mind.








Real Ghost Hunt is a show on real ghost huntings of the Podcast.PH hosted by Deah Ricacho.





Real Crime by Podcast.Ph is a 2-3 minute long podcast of real crime stories in the Philippines and in the Asian Region, narrated by Martin Andanar.





The George Review is a motoring show by George Apacible also on Podcast.Ph.


Dear Bayaw is a sex advice show with a tinge of comedy answering real life sex problems hosted by Jun Sabayton. 

Podcast.PH has so much content also available on iTunes, SoundCloud and other formats you can download for free. 

To hear interesting amazing stories and ideas, visit www.podcast.ph.

Join them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/podcastph and follow @podcast.ph on Twitter and Instagram for more updates.

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