Willie Revillame knocking on Felipe Gozon’s door to take him back? Villar’s media foray gets bogged down

Bilyonaryo celebrity host Willie Revillame has apparently realized the grass is not always greener on the other side.
More than a month after he decided not to renew his lucrative contract with GMA Network, Revillame is reportedly sending feelers to his former boss, chairman and CEO Felipe Gozon, for a new gig in the media giant.
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A Babbler said Revillame has grown increasingly frustrated since his last appearance on the “Wowowin” game show last February 11.
Revillame’s much ballyhooed move to lead the media empire being built by ultra bilyonaryo Manny Villar has not been as smooth and fast as he expected.
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Acccording to the Babbler, Villar’s Advanced Media Broadcasting System Inc. (AMBS) has not only been having a difficult time attracting talent and putting together a full day of programming, it also lacks the basic network infrastructure like transmitters and studios.
The Babbler said Villar had planned to procure the transmitter of the Lopezes after AMBS was granted the old frequencies owned by ABS-CBN Broadcasting. But the Lopezes had sold its transmitters to TV 5 and Globe.
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While waiting for Villar to get his TV act together the Babbler said Revillame put up his own show live streamed on social media but it has so far generated spare change compared to the millions he has been getting on his GMA show.
Revillame also revealed that his doctor has advised him to take a rest for health reasons.
‘Di lang talent, part-owner pa ng ‘Capamella’: Willie Revillame wants 15% stake, executive post in BFF Manny Villar’s TV
Did Revillame make the wrong move? “Tutok” here to find out.

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