Shokugeki (later Shokaiwan) started a bit normal, but turns out he started ripping off concepts from Mujuki (later Murakami). The second language was supposed to be Russian (Mujuki alert!) but later changed to Korean (because of the then-Malyra) at my request.
Cardinalia is the same but with Eusloida and Hisqaida. At one point one of the IDs was ripped off from Canal 24 Vrádiva.
Since Malyra was renamed Malit, what secondary or even a teriary language would adopt Shokaiwan, if it not, discard it?
Ah, and CPRT would gain a replacement name? (Cardinalian Public Media, Cardinalian Broadcasting, Cardinalian Public Media), and the CPN would have most the stations as O&O or Many Affiliates? (since Cardinalia has more affiliates than netowrk O&O).
Both have overt Portuguese influences (with Murakami having Hokusei and Eusloida having Hisqaida), but then again, how come?
What's worse is that it's not just the images but also the text. Entire comments are just "copies" of existing ones. For example the NCN one rips off the ECN analog switch-off word by word. The network's "1994 theme" (SBC sign-off) was supposed to be used by Eusloidian Public Television in the late 80s (not anymore because we settled it because of Pacifilavia). Despite his attempt at diversifying (i.e. political parties and the like) there isn't enough progress to justify it.
In case of ban, who will take over these countries?
Just in case, some companies should have dual branding (English name and Spanish name). And likely to remove Japanese as a secondary language. I mean, you don't see Brazil having Italian as a second language.
DonaldoC1997 wrote: Just in case, some companies should have dual branding (English name and Spanish name). And likely to remove Japanese as a secondary language. I mean, you don't see Brazil having Italian as a second language.
Suddenly you made me remind of Nouvelle Baie. At the height of the ODP/PDO I even considered adding an FTA channel in Japanese and making it a second language. I had later realized my mistake. This time SADX went too far.