There’s no turning back for business mogul and former senator Manny Villar as his brand new Channel 2 Advanced Multimedia Broadcast System (AMBS) has begun to roll out his big plans.
On September 1, AMBS proudly signed a contract with multimedia star, singer, TV host and actress Toni Gonzaga, and her husband, multi-award-winning director, screenwriter and producer Paul Soriano.
Prime Asset Ventures’ Manuel Paolo Villar warmly welcomed Gonzaga and Soriano to the Villar-owned television network as the pair reiterated their commitment to providing an elevated viewing experience for the Filipino people.
Paul Soriano and Toni Gonzaga greeted by AMBS President Maribeth Tolentino (far left and Manuel Paolo Villar of Prime Asset Ventures (far right).
Tolentino and Willie Revillame
“AMBS aims to redefine the broadcast media industry with quality television programs and exciting entertainment shows that will aim to provide our viewers with new television experiences,” Villar then underlined in a message.
AMBS President Maribeth Tolentino signed the contract with the biggest names in showbiz during a ceremony held Thursday evening at the Hotel Mella de Las Piñas.
“We are thrilled to partner with Ms. Toni Gonzaga and Mr. Paul Soriano. Our team looks forward to working with them to bring our viewers the awesome shows they always look forward to,” she said.
Gonzaga, for his part, said viewers can expect a more in-depth but interesting talk show from his production. “You’ll be surprised what we have in store for you all,” Gonzaga said.
With the entry of the Villar group into the audiovisual industry, AMBS is committed to bringing the same brand and the same quality of programs to match their reputation in housing, commerce or public services.
Meanwhile, on September 5, veteran TV host, comedian, singer, songwriter, actor and businessman Willie Revillame also announced that in addition to his return from Wowowin via AMBS, he is also holding a position of authority within the network, having a say in which talents to gather or withhold in the interest of the network.