Sunday, July 12, 2020

Are We Content Creators or Garbage Creators?

Our thinking nowadays could be a reflection of the crappy teleseryes and shows that the masses watch. Those reality shows and talent searches that add emotional backstories of each contestant to their performance as a factor to raise interest thus tainting the judges, and the viewers, decision in choosing a winner. Those hugot commercials wanting our teary-eyed reactions instead of gaining knowledge on how good are the brands' products.

For those of us who watched Netflix or YouTube and the likes, is there an elevated status of appreciation and longing for similar content to be available on local TV? Once we get a taste of the high-end, there seems to be no going back to local entertainment. Hooked forever online. Never again to free TV. I for instance only watch the news but still plenty more of the same information, in greater detail, are available online.

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I understand why a TV, or movie, production prefers to invest mostly on those that the majority of the public demands, because it is what sells to the majority. I guess we just have to figure out how to make it viable minus all the    sex and curses. But we are failing to contribute to raising productive members of society by feeding them with "pabebe" low-budget, pwede na iyan, entertainment. While the top-notch intellectually-challenging content are mostly appreciated by those outside the country, we Filipinos rarely patronize these type of content.

Ano ba mga nagiging viral or trending? yung mga scandalous, mga pranks, may violence, mga kalibugan at kita mga cleavages, yung may mga pabebe celebrities na pinakikilig ka, mga katatawanan sa kabobohan at kapalpakan ng mga tao, mga memes to downgrade the reputation of personalities, at paminsan-minsan ay mga excessive reactions sa mga ito.

Rarely do Filipinos appreciate content that is not controversial, exaggerated or sensationalized.

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