New entertainment app Juanetworx launched last July 21, 2022 at Club Filipino in San Juan City. Film producer Edith Fider, director Joven Tan, other executives were present during the media launch.
“Nakikita niyo naman, medyo may edad na ako. So, ito’y legacy na, pagbabalik-loob lang para sa mga naitulong sa akin at sa aming lahat. Ito ang Juanetworx,” Edith shared.
She added, “Kami pong mga nagsama-sama rito, hindi lang basta nagsama-sama. Kami po’y pinag-isa ng iisang layunin, ng iisang damdamin.”
The Juanetworx owner proudly said, “Ngayon lang magkakaroon ng isang entertainment hub na may kasamang helpline.
“Ang ibibigay namin sa mga tao ay hindi lamang kaligayahan, hindi lamang entertainment, kung hindi proteksiyon para sa bawa’t isa, lalo na yung wala dito sa bansa.”
For just P100, every Juan can watch movies, series, and shows directed by Asian directors. Part of the app is its “emergency feature.” Juanetworx caters to OFWs too.
Teasers for Fr. Suarez untold stories hosted by Boy Abunda, The Sari-Sari Show, The Rey Valera Story, and Doc Willie Ong were shown during star-studded launch.
The new entertainment and emergency app also added Mga Kwento Sa Dilim, Ang Katiwala, and Lt. Col Jhun Ibay Jr. movie to its list of choices.
Manila Vice Mayor Yul Servo, Lou Veloso, Al Tantay, Joaquin Domagoso, Ali Forbes, Wowie Roxas, Director Armando Reyes, and OWWA Undersecretary Arnell Ignacio joined the launch.
“Thank you very much, Edith, for bringing it on. Ito na lang, coming together which we have done is a beginning. And working together is progress, and we’re now working together. And finally, staying together which is what we’re doing, is success,” Arnell thanked Fider.
Fider ended, “Iisa ang aming damdamin. Lahat kami, maka-Juan. Lahat kami, makabayan.”
Juanetworx app is available soon on Apple, Google Playstore, etc.