It was Congress which murdered ABS-CBN’s franchise, the National Telecommunications Commission’s cease and desist order is just the death certificate.
ABS-CBN president Carlo Lopez Katigbak is adamant that his company is not playing the victim card to gain public sympathy to get back on air as soon as possible.
ABS-CBN CEO Carlo Katigbak faced a joint panel of the House of Representatives on Tuesday to appeal to the lawmakers to grant the renewal of his network’s franchise.
Special Envoy to China Ramon Tulfo is proposing a government takeover of ABS-CBN to save the jobs of its 11,000-strong workforce.
ABS-CBN employees are turning to netizens for help to bring the network back on air as its franchise woes continue.
Lawyer Larry Gadon has informed the Supreme Court (SC) he is withdrawing his petition which sought to prevent the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to issue provisional authorities that would ABS-CBN to operate while the renewal…
The National Unity Party (NUP) is supporting recall of a proposed House bill that seeks to grant ABS-CBN a provisional legislative franchise to operate until October 31, 2020, according to Bulacan Rep. Jonathan Sy Alvarado.
Member of the Nationalist People's Coalition (NPC) in the House of Representative has supported House Speaker Alan Cayetano's withdrawal of a filed legislation that seeks to grant ABS-CBN a 6-month provisional franchise, according to…
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano has denied that President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the House of Representatives to drop the proposal to grant ABS-CBN a provisional franchise.
Lawyer Larry Gadon announced on Thursday (May 21) that he will withdraw before the Supreme Court (SC) his petition which sought to prevent the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to issue provisional authorities to ABS-CBN that…
Not once, but twice! This was how Sen. Panfilo Lacson described the House of Representatives' "surprising" moves in handling the franchise of broadcast giant ABS-CBN.
ABS-CBN will be unable to go back on air soon unless the Supreme Court acts soon, according to Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon expects ABS-CBN’s shutdown to last until August after the House of Representatives abandoned its plan to give the network a provisional franchise.
Mahirap pa naman maghanap ng trabaho: Angara worries for ABS-CBN’s 11,000 workers as House abandons…
Senator Sonny Angara called on lawmakers Wednesday (May 20) to consider the welfare of ABS-CBN’s 11,000 workers after the House of Representatives abandoned its proposal to give the network a provisional franchise.
It could take the House of Representatives until August to decide on ABS-CBN’s franchise application, Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano said.
ABS-CBN can't bike or bark at the Duterte administration with the provisional franchise approved by the House of Representatives according to Sen. Kiko Pangilinan.
Lawyer Larry Gadon on Tuesday (May 19) lauded the Supreme Court’s (SC) decision not to grant the temporary restraining order (TRO) order in favor of ABS-CBN.
The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday (May 19) has asked both the House of Representatives and the Senate to comment on the petition of ABS-CBN which sought nullify the cease and desist order of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)…
Solicitor General Jose Calida on Tuesday (May 19) told Congress he does want to pick a fight over the legislative franchise renewal of ABS-CBN.
ABS-CBN news anchor Ted Failon can't help himself but be skeptical of Speaker Alan Cayetano's handling of the temporary franchise for the media giant.
Davao City Mayor Sara lashed out at ABS-CBN for an article written about President Duterte going home to Davao City. The Presidential daughter was quoted in the report but it missed publishing her legal basis.
Contrary to the cry of ABS-CBN employees and supporters, the issue of ABS-CBN’s franchise does not concern press freedom but power, said National Artist for Literature F. Sionil Jose.
Former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile is puzzled why Speaker Alan Cayetano is in such a rush to give ABS-CBN Corp. a franchise good only for a few months when he should be batting for a 25-year deal.
ABS-CBN Corp. is disputing former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile's claim that most Filipinos get their news from radio and not television.