blocktimer
 n.— «Those independent producers who are now thriving are directly the same people who already had control of media outlets under the Marcos government, or are allied by kinship or partnership to network owners, advertising agencies, government agencies or powerful religious organizations. Even available airtime is controlled by a kind of “blocktimers mafia.”» —“Women’s Experiences in Media” by Anna Leah Sarabia in Philippines Contemporary Women’s Issues (68) , 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)