25 AUG 2021

GMA platforms are among worldwide leaders in digital video

GMA News ranked No. 5 worldwide among video publishers in the News and Politics category while GMA Public Affairs ranked No. 18 in July.


GMA News and Public Affairs continues to lead Philippine news organizations in viewership on the top online video platforms. According to data from Tubular Labs, GMA News ranked No. 5 worldwide among video publishers in the News and Politics category in July. GMA Public Affairs, meanwhile, ranked No. 18 for the month, also ahead of every other Philippine organization in the list.

The GMA News digital platforms feature up-to-the-minute breaking news on the latest developments in the Philippines. The Express version of "24 Oras," the network's flagship newscast, is also available on-demand on GMA News Online and the GMA News YouTube channel for Filipino viewers around the world.

"In these uncertain times, GMA Network is committed to delivering Serbisyong Totoo to Filipino viewers in the country and around the world," said Marissa L. Flores, GMA Network Senior Vice President for News and Public Affairs.

Meanwhile, storytelling powerhouse GMA Public Affairs continued to fly high on digital platforms, powered by flagship news magazine program "Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho" (KMJS) followed by 25 million viewers.

Aside from the best of GMA News and Public Affairs on television, the Network's digital platforms have also been offering up original programs that have been a hit for online viewers, including GMA News Feed, snackable video alerts featuring breaking news updates; "Need to Know", an explanatory journalism series distilling complex issues into easy-to-understand animated videos; "Stand for Truth", a pioneering mobile journalism newscast for millennial and "Gen Z viewers" hosted by Joseph Morong; "The Mangahas Interviews", featuring hard-hitting conversations led by veteran journalist Malou Mangahas; and "The Howie Severino Podcast", featuring GMA News and Public Affairs pillar Howie Severino and guests on riveting conversations.

"Our digital teams strive to bring the most relevant stories to every Filipino, wherever they may be and whatever device they use," said Jaemark Tordecilla, GMA Network Sr. Asst. Vice President for News and Public Affairs Digital Media.