Japanese broadcaster TV Asahi, together with Synergy88 Digital and August Media, have formally launched the basketball-themed animation series Barangay 143 during its press launch event on Tuesday.
Philippine pay TV provider SKYcable has added new channels to its SKY on Demand platform's live streaming feature, which includes anime channels ANIPLUS Asia and ANIMAX Asia.
Despite the continuous downpour that hammered Metro Manila during the weekend, pop-culture fans continued to flock to the SMX Convention Center Manila in Pasay City for the 17th Philippine Toys, Hobbies and Collectibles Convention.
Back in 2012, The Japan Foundation Manila asked in an online poll "Which Japanese artist/band/group would you like to see LIVE in Manila?" The all-female rock group SCANDAL garnered the most votes from Pinoy J-music fans. Six years later, they are finally coming to Manila.
The day that everyone has been waiting for is just a few days away! The popular all-female rock group SCANDAL will finally perform in Manila for the first time this Sunday, June 24.
The Japan Foundation Manila has announced on Monday that the annual film festival Eigasai PH will happen from July 4 to August 26 in five key cities in the country.
Just when fans thought things are going smoothly for MNL48, four of its members suddenly announced they are leaving the idol group.
In their first public appearance following the General Election, the official First Generation members of MNL48 have surprised the fans with their Filipino version of select AKB48 songs during their First Fan Meet event held at Eton Centris Elements, June 3.