GMA Network is relishing every moment of being the dominant television network in the Philippines after ABS-CBN was shut down last week because its franchise expired.
GMA Network immediately pounced on ABS-CBN the moment the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) ordered its shutdown by interviewing the representative of a group that badly wanted the network to go off air.
GMA Network is taking advantage of ABS-CBN’s shutdown to pounce on the network it has struggled to bring down in the ratings game through the years.
The so called war between ABS-CBN and GMA Network remains fierce even if the beleaguered Kapamilya network is facing an uphill climb in its franchise renewal bid.
An executive of GMA Network clarified Monday (February 24) that the network didn't air the controversial ad against then-Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte during the 2016 campaign season.
ABS-CBN and GMA Network may be fierce competitors in the ratings game, but there are times when they set their rivalry aside.
Sen. Bong Revilla is pushing through with his showbiz comeback, despite criticism it will interfere with his legislative work, Revilla is set to appear at Alden Richard's "The Gift" in GMA Network
A criminal complaint has been filed against GMA Network CEO Felipe Gozon and businessman Paolo Prieto for INQ7's failure to pay P23.5 million in taxes.
GMA Network's resident political analyst Richard Heydarian attacked the ideology of President Duterte's avid supporters
Heart Evangelista is no longer a Kapuso-- legally-- since her contract with GMA Network has ended.
Is Kris Aquino finally entering politics?
Heart Evangelista will stop working next year so she can get conceive her firstborn with Senator Francis "Chiz" Escudero.
President Rodrigo Duterte has urged Filipinos not to watch news aired by ABS-CBN as he slammed the media company anew for the bias it has exhibited against him even during the campaign season.
Budding filmmakers studying at the University of the Philippines Film Institute (UPFI) are in for a treat this semester as two award-winning directors and one acclaimed scriptwriter will be teaching certain classes.
December 29, Thursday, will be D-day for Philippine and foreign media— quite literally— as President Rodrigo Duterte is set to be interviewed individually by prominent broadcasters from four major news outlets.
Senator Teofisto Guingona III is trying to stay optimistic despite losing his reelection bid miserably.
TV5 has decided not to air the political advertisement showing Davao City Mayor in a negative light even if it was aired on other major television stations.
Vice President Jejomar Binay just can't stop sour graping about the Feb. 21, 2016 Commission on Elections presidential debates in Cagayan De Oro city where he fared the poorest among his contenders.
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte may have confirmed his attendance to the first presidential and vice presidential debate sponsored by the Commission on Elections (Comelec), but it doesn’t guarantee he’ll be at the podium from start to…