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  • reyfortalezaIn a bold step that is sure to change the landscape of Pinoy television programming in North America, Pinoy TV Canada grants access to Reyfort TV programs to anyone and everyone who has a  computer or smartphone.
    “Overseas Filipinos are known to work very long hours, and have little or no time to watch their fa­vourite shows during regular pro­gramming hours. But they want to stay tuned so it will be convenient for them to watch these shows on demand at their free time, “ Reyfort Media Group Chairman & CEO Rey Fortaleza said in an interview.

    “With Pinoy TV Canada, ac­cess has never been this easy. Our shows can be watched during work breaks, on the bus or train, at home, practically anywhere, any­time” Mr. Fortaleza added. With this new facility, Filipinos away from home can get a sense of community and connection to Filipinos from other parts of the globe. Furthermore, Pinoy TV Canada offers Filipino-Canadian talents a global stage, and in turn the global Pinoy gets a glimpse of what Filipino Canadians are ca­pable of.

    Anyone who wishes to broad­cast an event, celebration or show­case their talents to the world can avail of this facility as well. “This online milestone was achieved after months of planning by the executive committee of Reyfort Media Group,” Mr Fortaleza said. “The next major milestone for us is naturally, integration of local content with other services to complete our offering to the global Pinoy. These are services, unique to our platform which can only be accessed from Pinoy TV Can­ada which will be announced very soon,” Mr. Fortaleza added.

    Access your favourite shows now at www.pinoytvcanada.com, download the app, and see what it’s all about! Those who want to share their high quality videos can contact Reyfort Media Group via www.reyfortmedia­group.com and facebook (Reyfort Media)or Pinoy Tv Canada at pinoytvcanada.com.

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