Muling sinariwa ni Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon kung paano naibalik ang gusali ng ABS-CBN sa pamilya Lopez na dating kinatatayuan ng PTV-4 kung saan iginiit ni Drilon na pag-aari ito ng pamilya Lopez.
Malacañang dispelled fears that the shutdown of broadcasting giant ABS-CBN Corp. could lead to a declaration of martial law across all of the Philippines.
There are just a few “bad apples” who spoil the image of the police force, Malacañang said Tuesday.
Back-riding on motorcycles will soon be allowed despite the strict quarantine restrictions to combat the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, Malacañang said on Saturday.
President Rodrigo Duterte is feeling “lively” after having the chance to visit Davao City, Malacañang said on Wednesday.
Indigent families residing in areas placed under the general community quarantine (GCQ) and modified GCQ (MGCQ) will no longer receive the emergency subsidies under the national government’s social amelioration program (SAP), Malacañang…
Malacañang clarified on Tuesday the statement of President Rodrigo Duterte on the suspension of classes amid the threat of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
Malacañang said on Saturday the proposed abolition of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) will be up to Congress.
“Stop the blame game,” Social Welfare Secretary Rolando Bautista made the appeal following complaints of delays in the distribution of the government’s social amelioration.
President Rodrigo Duterte said he always makes sure to tell the truth to Filipinos because he does not believe in giving bullshit just to make people happy.
The People's Television Network had been snubbed by PHISGOC or the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee led by Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano
President Rodrigo Duterte assured media that his offers of food and coffee do not come with strings attached
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) has been reminded to ensure accurate and fair reporting of programs and other news on the state television. Senator Richard Gordon said the People's Television (PTV-4), a state!-->!-->!-->…
President Rodrigo Duterte's special envoy to China Ramon "Mon" Tulfo has accused his brother, Ben, and Communications Secretary Martin Andanar of "manipulating" the controversial P120-million advertisement deal involving the state-run PTV-4…
The Presidential Communications Operations Office just confirmed it has "DDS" or Duterte die-hard supporters among its employees because of an incriminating-- and embarrassing-- comment made by the People's Television Network's (PTV)…
Agriculture Sec. Manny Pinol called out Presidential Communication Operations Office (PCOO) chief Sec. Martin Andanar over the move of a PTV 4 reporter who asked President Duterte about his thoughts on the agriculture secretary's move to…
Senator Richard Gordon: Kaya naman pala kumuha ng ads ng PTV-4 bakit kailangang kumuha ng block timer?
Broadcast journalist Ben Tulfo claims that state-run PTV-4 still owes them an unspecified amount of money from the allegedly anomalous P120 million advertisement deal between the state television network and the Department of Tourism (DOT).…
The Philippine Information Agency (PIA) is coming under heavy scrutiny after its Director General, Harold Clavite, urged Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson to go on leave for taking part in a racy video on federalism.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar accused embattled broadcaster Ben Tulfo and his controversial abogado Ferdinand Topacio of lying when they claimed the Presidential Communication Operations Office (PCOO) got a piece of…
Malacañang has shrugged off the remark of broadcaster Ben Tulfo that he will not return the P60 million he received for airing the Department of Tourism’s ads over his show on state-run PTV-4.
A brother of resigned Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo has stood firm on the legality of the controversial P120-million advertisement deal his company had with PTV-4 and Department of Tourism (DOT) despite a Commission on Audit report flagging…
The Commission on Audit is wondering what the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) was thinking when it agreed to write off millions of unpaid premiums and loans of PTV-4 in exchange for airtime on the least-watched TV station.
Opposition senators on Monday questioned the "propriety" of letting Chinese shows to be aired in government-run People’s Television Network (PTV-4) starting this August.