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Billboard Philippines Hot 100: June 19, 2017

Here are the Top 10 songs from the Billboard Philippines Hot 100 for the week of June 19, 2017. The list will also feature the top local performer of the week, highlighting the best performing single from a Filipino artist or band.

1. Ed Sheeran – Shape of You. No. 1 last week.

2. Bruno Mars – That’s What I Like. No. 2 last week.

3. DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne – I’m the One. No. 4 last week.

4. Bruno Mars – Versace on the Floor. No. 3 last week.

5. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber – Despacito. No. 6 last week.

6. The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey – Closer. No. 5 last week.

7. The Chainsmokers feat. Coldplay – Something Just Like This. No. 7 last week.

8. Clean Bandit feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie – Rockabye. No. 8 last week.

9. Chanyeol & Punch – Stay With Me. No. 11 last week.

10. Charlie Puth feat. Selena Gomez – We Don’t Talk Anymore. No. 12 last week.

Top Local Performer

23. Iñigo Pascual – Dahil Sa’Yo. No. 21 last week.

All videos of the Top 10 songs can be viewed above. Our thanks to Billboard Philippines for this week’s Hot 100 Top 10.

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In 150 Words: TV5’s PSL Coverage Does the Right Thing with Ad Placement, Sort Of

Remember a previous article about the biggest eyesore in TV5’s PBA coverage?

Well, it looks like they somewhat rectified the issue by printing ad stickers. The only problem: they placed these stickers on taraflex volleyball courts during Sports5’s coverage of the Philippine Super Liga (PSL) rather than the hardwood courts in PBA games.

And it’s not just one ad. Sports5 basically littered the court with 16 stickers, seven of which feature the same logo on each side.

While the PSL is trying its best to earn money by featuring sponsors on the court, they still have plenty more issues to worry about. Of course, the concern about signal strength, subscription and reach remain a priority, since AksyonTV and Hyper’s limited coverage area hinders PSL’s ability to attract a major following.

For now, though, getting ads on the court is a nice start. If they can somehow solve this perennial issue of television coverage, they could become just as big a hit as rival Premier Volleyball League (PVL).

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