Senator Sonny Angara is aghast at the government’s double standard against ABS-CBN after the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) ordered two of its broadcasting platforms to shut down.
Senator Sonny Angara
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.
Empleyado lang, ‘di boss! Angara won’t inhibit from ABS-CBN franchise hearing despite wife’s ties to…
Senator Sonny Angara on Monday (May 18) said he will not inhibit from deliberations on ABS-CBN’s franchise application even if his wife works for the network.
Senator Cynthia Villar provided a light moment in Monday’s online Senate session when she forgot to mute her microphone on the teleconferencing app Zoom.
Several senators were as shocked as the public when the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) orders ABS-CBN Tuesday (May 5) to shut down due to its failure to get a new franchise.
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III reminded his colleagues to keep their emotions in check after the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) ordered ABS-CBN to stop its operations since its franchise has expired.
Senator Sonny Angara has filed a resolution to discourage handshakes due to its role in spreading the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Senator Sonny Angara suffered pneumonia and had to be taken to a hospital after contracting the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Senator Sonny Angara pressed the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Thursday (April 1) to fast track the release of cash aid to poor families amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak.
COVID-positive Senator Sonny Angara is fed up with Health Secretary Francisco Duque III's FU attitude to people clamoring to end hisdepartment's monopoly of COVID-19 testing and that he allow mass testing of coronavirus.
Senator Sonny Angara announced Thursday (March 26) that he tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Senator Sonny Angara on Sunday aired his concern on the impact of the proposed temporary closure of shopping malls on the income of mall employees, including sales clerks.
Senator Sonny Angara on Thursday expressed hope that the government is ready for the "worst" insofar as the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak is concerned.
Senator Sonny Angara on Sunday urged the Department of Health (DoH) to be "transparent" in its reporting of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the country.
The government cannot afford to "be complacent" in addressing the impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 COVID-19 on the economy.
Senator Sonny Angara on Wednesday urged the government to map out the country's "underutilized assets" and use these in creating national wealth using Filipino talent.
Senator Sonny Angara sees nothing wrong with the Senate's holding of a public hearing on Monday, February 24, on the alleged franchise violations ABS-CBN broadcast network.
Senator Sonny Angara has pushed for an "inventory" or a review of the various programs for the country’s youth to see if these have been effective.
The government has stepped up efforts to improve the quality of products and services produced in the country in order to boost demand, not only domestically, but also globally.
Senator Sonny Angara wants to increase the bed capacity of the East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC) in Quezon City from the current 600 to 1,000.
The streets of heaven are now full of people attending the "ticker-tape parade" of American basketball legend Kobe Bryant.
Congress has granted the Department of Information and Communications (DICT) a P6.2 billion increase in its 2020 budget to help it keep up with the demands brought about by "digital age."
Around P700 billion of "unutilized" funds can be tapped under the 2019 national budget to address the needs of victims of natural disasters.
Senator Sonny Angara on Monday cautioned the public against the danger of inhaling ashfall or "very fine" volcanic ash spewed by Taal volcano.