CMN is pervasive…present in key cities to provide exposure and visibility to "clients" whose products and services cater to the urbanites; while on the other end, we are strongly felt in the far-flung rural communities (where others dare not go!), for clients whose products and services are mass-based and affordable.
CMN has over the years metamorphosed…thus opening its doors and has become licensed commercial stations, without losing sight of its primordial existence and mission…development & evangelization. Resultantly, the network today accepts advertising placements, promotional activities and others that are "business-related." CMN has pursued and maximized its credibility amongst the masses beyond the "crisis" situations of the country primarily in its Community Based Radio (CBR) broadcast strategy.
CMN's sheer "bigness," as a radio network and its grasp/hold of the rural "common tao," we believe, can facilitate the promotion and advertising of products and services using radio as a POTENT vehicle to improve if not bolster clients' product performances with the respective markets and communities we are closely "bonded" with. In so doing, this effort will not only redound to the mutual benefit of both our client and the radio stations we represent but also contribute something to the country's over-all "economic sense." In totality, we become not only as catalysts of information source but of business source as well!
CMN's reliability is unquestionable as it caters to all socio eco classes (ABCDE), capable to generate the needed power and impact for any product type, goods and services.CMN is the only network that uses the multi-institutional and multi facilities linkaging for product promotions and movement.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. (CNS) -- In a recent poll, a majority of adults said their faith will help them weather the country's continued economic downturn and more than half said they believe personal actions can play a strong role in helping to turn around the economy. The survey, for which results were made public May 4, was conducted online in March by Harris Interactive, a national polling company, on behalf of Our Sunday Visitor, a Catholic publishing company in Huntington. The survey polled 2,315 adults 18 and older. In the poll, 70 percent of respondents agreed with the statement: "Strong faith is one of the most important elements to help one persevere through an economic crisis." When asked how the economy has impacted their spirituality or their personal lives, less than 10 percent said they changed the amount of time they attended religious services, sought counsel from church leaders or read more spiritual or self-help books. Only 2 percent said they had lost faith in God or a higher power during the economic downturn
THE Philippines remains free of the swine flu despite an increase in the number of suspected H1N1 cases, the Health Department said yesterday.
The disease has killed 44 people and infected 2,271 others in 24 countries, but the Philippines remained free of it, Health Undersecretary Mario Villaverde said.
He said the number of people being observed for the flu had increased, but 13 had already been discharged after they tested negative.
“Only four more people are awaiting the results of their laboratory tests,” Villaverde said.
Two additional cases were reported to the Health Department on Thursday, and they were a 21-year-old woman from Italy and a 40-year-old man from United States. Both are confined at the Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Muntinlupa City.
The two other pending cases are a 58-year-old American woman and a 12-year-old American boy.
Macon Ramos Araneta