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You can only just turn on the radio to recognize that,” Alcasid said. “The reason we have this bill is because there’s truth to the unequal playing of music on radio stations,” Cabangon added. Paredes said at least 12 songs on average are played per hour on the radio, and four songs as required in the executive order barely meets half of the average. Paredes added that no radio station has ever been fined for violating the executive order. “I think radio is a beacon of culture and taste. To promote culture, we should really listen to local songs in the radio. It promotes nationhood,” Paredes said. Under the proposed measure, radio stations playing at least four OPM songs per clock hour are entitled to a tax credit. The bill also said foreign performers will be charged with an equity fee equivalent to the amount charged to a Filipino artist or performer in the country of origin of said foreign artist. The income from the equity fee will be pooled into a fund for the benefit of local performers who are members of accredited performers’ guilds.

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