It’s 2012 and about nearly 1 year to go before a 10-year contract from Viva Entertainment held by singer-actress Sarah Geronimo would come to an end. In spite of this, aside from her upcoming solo Sunday nightly variety TV show Sarah G Live on ABS-CBN by February 26, her showbiz career managed by Viva Artists Center would instead to have an early 10th year anniversary post-birthday concert—as of writing from reliable source—by November of 2012, rather than to do by 2013. (I ever wish that Viva Entertainment Philippines should instead use modern HD widescreen video recording in order to shoot the scene for her future major concert before producing Blu-Ray home video, phasing out SD video format previously used for producing DVD home video.) It was unclear whether she would stay to Viva or move to ABS-CBN Star Magic Talent—or maybe offer, as speculated, through another local recording, movie, and/or talent agency company in the Philippines—in the future.
This growing-up girl who became an iconic teenage appearance maintaining her good role model ideal for today’s youth from 2003 as a grand winner of Star for a Night became more mature as expected for her 20s of age. While I was often became a fan of her as well as I bought and collect her past and current audio CD album, watch her mall shows, join her private gigs, and watch her movie and TV appearance, I ever wish that I would like to work with her as song lyricists—only with consent of Viva Records—in reality in spite of my unemployment status. (CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS OF MY SONG COMPOSITION FOR HER. I created it—back in 2008 when I was in college—even though I would have a future revision only if Viva would favor me… This would be a gift for her early anniversary offering in order to produce her new CD album after One Heart, not only one but two succeeding releases [say, for example, Jammin’ Serenade and Delight] by 2012.)
But now I thought that her TV exposure to the rest of the eyes of the public—except for remaining hundreds of thousands, or nearly millions, of her supporters and some loyal ABS-CBN televiewers currently around the Philippines and Filipino communities around the world, as well as her numerous endorsements on TV, radio, and print ads—would began to erode in Mega Manila alone. I remember that she had guest TV appearance on GMA-7 in 2003, but when she left it and moved to ABS-CBN, loyal GMA-7 televiewers often forgot her. Then there were a rampant number of analog TV set tuning to free-to-air Channel 7, not just in households, but also in Japan Surplus, establishments, and even city and provincial buses. Her past TV shows on ABS-CBN, such as Sarah the Teen Princess, Bituing Walang Ningning, and Pangarap Na Bituin, was partly successful in TV households, as well as premature shortening of episode of IDOL due to a little TV audience count done by the controversial People Meter TV survey made by GMA-7 as client of AGB Nielsen in 2010. Following the downfall of TV Household count on daytime TV slot every Monday to Saturday on ABS-CBN in 2011 until today due to Willie Revillame’s self-firing in 2010 moving to TV5, her TV appearance on ASAP every Sunday was not well in Mega Manila TV Households as of today of 2012.
It would be too hard for Sarah to regain her TV exposure to other people who was not yet a fan alone in Mega Manila. While the commercialization of DTTV broadcast in ISDB-T signal format was not yet present, it so fears that free-to-air (terrestrial) analog TV Channel 2 (except for cable and home satellite TV that remain stable to air all local TV channels) in that area as of the writing from reliable source by 2012 would likely drop its TV reception count… Loyal GMA-7 televiewers are still criticizing against ABS-CBN, even Willie Revillame’s fans left ABS-CBN moving to watch his nightly TV show on TV5. Sarah’s TV appearance on Channel 2 was also affected. Is there a way to repromote…?