Friday, June 17, 2011

We've finally reached single digits!

1 名前:禿の月φ:2011/06/17(金) 14:11:38.86 ID:???P


This is the news that the General Producer of Morning Star Television, Tomohisa Fujii, tweeted yesterday that their television viewership entering prime time finally reached above 1 percent of the audience.

Let's see the Japanese reaction to this news

7 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2011/06/17(金) 14:14:28.40 ID:rbaEDn4Y0
I don't watch television so I don't know if there's anything on worth watching

9 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2011/06/17(金) 14:14:31.82 ID:U+QYK/SVO
It can't be helped

11 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2011/06/17(金) 14:14:36.66 ID:9TFv2Guu0
It's all a bunch of stupid annoying celebrities anyway... Especially Yoshimoto

17 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2011/06/17(金) 14:16:01.78 ID:ck6n8MXA0

What they need in the 7 o'clock time slot is more detective shows and costume dramas.

24 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2011/06/17(金) 14:16:27.33 ID:Kz3iQ7Rz0

Last time I turned on the TV all they had was shows with people stuffing their faces and inane quizzes

34 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2011/06/17(金) 14:19:08.57 ID:OpCJ0/RSO
It's because they only play shows they want to show viewers
not shows that viewers want to see

What is your response? Recently it's been a phenomenon in Japan to say this generation has moved away from the things the last generation enjoyed. 
This generation of Japanese people doesn't eat fish anymore! They don't watch telly! Fruit sales are down. 

I think most of it is rubbish and young Japanese people don't do the things older Japanese people do because the economy doesn't allow it, or because new technology has replaced the old ways. 
Some of it I think they are making up. Like "this generation prefers showering to bathing". 

But the television stats hold true. I think it's because they don't have the budget to produce a lot of programmes. 

Let's learn Japanese! 
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