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ABS-CBN Releases Summer 2015 Station ID ‘Shine, Pilipinas’ (Video)

ABS-CBN, the country's biggest network, has released the video of their 2015 summer station ID titled "Shine, Pilipinas." Check it out!

Shine Pilipinas Shine

The theme song “Shine Pilipinas” was performed by Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil.

Written by Eric Po and Lloyd Oliver Corpuz, and composed and produced by Marcus and Amber Davis, the song aims to show how Filipinos express their love and how this love gives us strength to smile through difficult times.

The music video features the brightest stars of the Kapamilya network.

Watch the summer station ID here:

40+ PHOTOS HERE

26 Comments on ABS-CBN Releases Summer 2015 Station ID ‘Shine, Pilipinas’ (Video)

  1. nice song

  2. ezequiel // May 5, 2015 at 9:09 am //

    i luv this song sobrang happy aku kapag ng dyan ang song na shine pilipinas i luv shine pilipinas also enrique and liza I LUV SHINE PILIPINAS…………

  3. Nice. Kaso daming kulang.
    Pero ayos na din. :))
    ABS-CBN Rocks!

  4. Ahaha! Meron bang ganyan sa Kamuning? NGA NGA! Wahaha!

  5. Anonymous // April 15, 2015 at 4:10 am //

    oh…. I dont think so. oh…! yeah

  6. the best station walang tatalo!!!

  7. ur the best station ABS-CBN

  8. judy ann santos in opening and kris aquino in closing. the two queens of abs-cbn.

  9. ang ganda!

  10. ⓣⓚⓓⓐⓝⓒⓔⓡ // April 13, 2015 at 11:32 am //

    Proudly Loboan!

    #AngelicaPanganiban

  11. chocoleit gil // April 13, 2015 at 7:31 am //

    WHAHAHAHA BRIGGS 2 BILLION ANG NET INCOME NG KAPAMILYA NETWORK LAST 2014 .. MAGKANO NAMAN NET INCOME NG STATION MONG BULOK AT TAHANAN NG MGA THE WHO HAHAHAHAHA

    ABS-CBN posts P2 billion net income in 2014
    by Jon Carlos Rodriguez, ABS-CBNnews.com
    Posted at 03/19/2015 11:13 AM | Updated as of 03/19/2015 5:06 PM
    MANILA (2nd UPDATE) – Multimedia conglomerate ABS-CBN Corp. posted a net income of P2.030 billion in 2014, meeting its profit guidance of P2 billion.
    ABS-CBN Corp. chief financial officer Aldrin Cerrado said last year’s net income was slightly higher than 2013’s P2.028 billion.
    “We’re happy to announce that we hit our profit guidance of P2 billion in terms of net income,” Cerrado said at the ABS-CBN investors’ briefing on Thursday.
    Comparing last year’s net income to 2013 without revenues from election-related advertising, the Lopez-led firm saw profit growth of 42 percent to P2.030 billion from P1.4 billion.
    Excluding election-related spending, revenues went up 4.6 percent in 2014.
    Cerrado said the firm was able to bring down production costs by 4.3 percent.
    “Production costs significantly refer to the production cost of channel 2 operations, all the teleseryes, we are now able to produce them at a lower cost compared to the previous year,” he said.
    Revenues in the TV and Studio segment went up 17 percent to P1.4 billion from P1.2 billion driven by strong theatrical sales of Star Cinema movies.
    In 2014, Star Cinema released 16 movies, 3 of which breached the P300 million mark each. These films are “Bride For Rent,” “Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy,” and “Starting Over Again.”
    SkyCable growth
    SkyCable revenues are also up 11.9 percent to P7.8 billion from P6.9 billion in 2013.
    Cerrado said total revenues grew by P827 million driven by an 8 percent increase in cable revenues and a 37 jump in broadband revenues.
    SkyCable also saw a growth of 24 percent in its subscriber base in 2014 to about 800,000.
    Cerrado said the cable unit’s subscriber base is expected to grow 12 to 15 percent this year. In 2017, the subscriber base is seen to reach 1 million.
    In terms of revenues , ABS-CBN Group CFO Ron Valdueza said SkyCable is targeting close to P10 billion in 2015 driven by its broadband business.
    “SkyCable continues to expand its broadband service, that’s a key driver,” he said.
    Capital expenditures
    ABS-CBN spent P5.6 billion in capital expenditures in 2014, a bulk of which went to digital TV, maintenance and other expenses.
    For 2015, the firm is allocating P8.5 billion in capital expenditures, about P4.01 billion of which will be spent for digital TV, maintenance and other expenses.
    The capex will be funded by internally generated cash and a 2014 bond offer.
    A bulk of the spending will go to the construction of a soundstage in Bulacan.
    Raymund Miranda, ABS-CBN chief strategy and risk management officer, said the first phase of the soundstage is set to be completed within 2015.
    “We need to learn from it. Soundstages were in the Philippines for quite awhile in the 50s and 60s, but for some reason during the 70s, the studios moved away from soundstages…We will utilize the first set of soundstages to fine tune our craft and then after that we’ll think about what the next phase will be,” he said.
    Cerrado said the company is expecting profits of about P2.4 billion in 2015, or a 20 percent growth from last year’s net income.

  12. Anonymous // April 12, 2015 at 11:49 pm //

    ANG GANDA! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  13. DoubleDragon // April 12, 2015 at 10:07 pm //

    Remember when Colgate & Palmolive left ABS CBN in 2009 and went seeking cheaper ad rates with GMA for a few months, their sales plummeted drawing ire from their board causing them to come knocking back the doors of Mother Ignacia?

    https://m.facebook.com/ilovekakulay/posts/241734952619696

    Look at the breakdown of AGB Nielsen’s and Kantar Media’s TV ratings per economic class and you’ll see where class ABCD, those with buying power, prefers watching ABS CBN while class E watches GMA.

    We don’t have to agree with each other’s opinion, but you can’t distort facts. And that’s fact.

  14. Nood din po tayo sa magandang music video na to….Generation Make it right from star records…

    http://youtu.be/zaItdiP5vb8

  15. Galing…ganda ni Angel Locsin

  16. The best talaga ang ABS-CBN. #1 wala ng kokontra. Given an yan sa ch2 . Congrats

  17. Gma talunan // April 12, 2015 at 5:52 pm //

    Ang magcommment na kanguso kasing tanga briggs.pwhaahha

  18. Big deal talaga sa mga kapuso ang Colgate Palmolive ads.. Ang tanong afford nyu ba bumili? Eh bakit pag may pelikula ang GMA films di nyu pinapanood? Hahahaha

  19. TALKMALL // April 12, 2015 at 4:52 pm //

    afford na kasi ng squatter market ng gma na magsipilyo. e di naki join in na din colgate sayang din naman kahit expected na nila na magiging maliit lang market share nila

  20. Syempre kahit squatters dapat i-cater rin ng colgate-palmolive para makilala produkto nila at gme lang ang tanging istasyon na may napaka laking bilang viewers na dukha. Isa ka na dun briggs! Hahaha

  21. Ganda ng Summer Station ID ng kapamilya.. Kahit kelan di pa rin napapantayan sa galing ng concept at pagkagawa. Ang iba jan gagaya na naman.. Pero im sure waley pa rin! And thats a FACT! Haha

  22. Kahit lahat pa mag ad sa GMA, hindi maipagkakaila na bagsak presyo ang ad rates ng GMA na malayong malayo sa mahal ng ad rates ng ABS. Pero bakit mas marami paring advertisers ang ABS? #factnafact

  23. nagdadahilan na naman ang ebak! bat kailangan pa mag ad sa gma kung exclusive na sila sa ebak before? kasi hindi naachieve ang goal! hahaha dadahilan na naman #fact

  24. DoubleDragon // April 12, 2015 at 1:08 pm //

    Briggs, they’re (Colgate-Palmolive) trying to capture the E market while stil catering to ABCD market thru ABS CBN. Besides, GMAs ad rates don’t cost as much as ABS CBNs. Do some research and educate yourself.

  25. colgate palmolive umalis na sa exclusivity sa ebak! kawawa naman sayang nga naman ung mas madaming buying viewer ng gma! at kapuso pa ang endorser hahaha nilayasan na nga hindi pa ebak ang kinuhang endorser! #alamnathis

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