Senator Risa Hontiveros on Monday obliged ABS-CBN to put the welfare of its employees as top priority by regularizing their contractual employees.
ABS-CBN Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Carlo Katigbak said the network didn't break the law or the terms of its franchise as he faced the Senate Monday (February 24).
It’s going to be a long day at the Senate on February 24 as senators tackle issues surrounding ABS-CBN’s franchise.
Senator Kiko Pangilinan on Friday said the scheduled Senate inquiry next week on the alleged franchise violations committed by ABS-CBN broadcast network is "not unconstitutional."
The House leadership has denied pressuring congressmen to back out from a resolution seeking to expedite the franchise renewal bill of embattled media conglomerate ABS-CBN.
Embattled broadcast giant ABS-CBN may lose control of its current spectrum assignment if it fails to secure a new legislative franchise by the end March, Party-list Rep. Jericho Nograles said.
The Senate must either approve or reject the renewal of the franchise of the ABS-CBN broadcast network.
A vice chairman of the House committee on legislative franchises has welcomed the statement of Senator Bong Go urging the House of Representatives to finally schedule a hearing on bills renewing ABS-CBN's franchise.
Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman has accused the House leadership of pressuring congressmen who signed a resolution seeking to expedite the franchise renewal bill of broadcast giant ABS-CBN.
ABS-CBN may be in danger of going off the air next month, but its owners, the Lopezes, have yet to personally approach lawmakers to lobby for the renewal of the network's franchise, former Cabinet Secretary Rigoberto Tiglao has claimed.
Ako Bicol party-list Rep. Alfredo Garbin Jr. on Sunday offered what he called a “Solomonic solution” to the hoopla over the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise.
All 302 members of the House should be given the chance to vote on the bill seeking to extend ABS-CBN Corp.’s franchise by another 25 years, Buhay party-list Rep. Lito Atienza said Sunday.
Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman on Saturday said he’s not convinced by the reasons given by Speaker Alan Cayetano for “foot-dragging” on the renewal of the franchise of ABS-CBN, finding they do not justify sacrificing the freedoms of the press and…
Even if she believes her family was unfairly treated by ABS-CBN in the past, Sen. Nancy Binay supports the Kapamilya network's franchise renewal bid
As Solicitor General Jose Calida filed a quo warranto petition against ABS-CBN before the Supreme Court, netizens roasted Noli de Castro, Ted Failon and Anthony Taberna due to their silence
The Senate will hold a caucus next week to discuss Senator Grace Poe's resolution investigating ABS-CBN's compliance with its franchise in light of a petition filed by the Office of the Solicitor General to revoke the network's franchise.
With the House of Representatives dragging its feet on hearing ABS-CBN's franchise renewal bid, Senator Grace Poe is stepping in by launching an investigation into the network's compliance with the terms of its franchise.
ABS-CBN could “reapply” for a new franchise if Solicitor General Calida succeeded in his petition for quo warranto against the broadcast network, Malacañang said.
Officials of the House committee on legislative franchises believed that embattled broadcast giant ABS-CBN could still remain on-air even after the expiration of its current legislative franchise by the end of March.
Vice President Leni Robredo did not mince words in denouncing the move to revoke the franchise of ABS-CBN Corp. through a quo warranto petition filed by the government’s chief lawyer himself before the Supreme Court.
Three of ABS-CBN's prominent news personalities let out nary a squeak while their colleagues in the media and celebrities rallied around the network amid Solicitor General Jose Calida's bid to revoke its franchise.
Senator Grace Poe on Monday said as the Constitution mandates, the Senate’s jurisdiction over franchises remains despite the existence of the quo warranto petition filed against ABS-CBN broadcast giant.
Solicitor General Jose Calida showed his personal dislike for an ABS-CBN reporter just after filing a quo warranto petition against the network to revoke its franchise.