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Saturday mornings are about to get educational as the 3 shows hit the small screen once more
Local celebrities use their star power to raise funds for those most affected by the lockdown
The digital concert – featuring artists live from their own homes – will air on March 22
The Professional Artist Managers, Inc (PAMI) thanks the network's assurance that all artists and workers will be compensated even if production for their shows have temporarily stopped
The film studios suspend shootings due to the coronavirus advisory
Old shows will be back on primetime after the media giant stops the taping of its current primetime TV shows as Metro Manila braces for a lockdown
ABS-CBN says the temporary suspension is 'in compliance with the government's declaration of a community quarantine and ban on mass gatherings to contain the spread of COVID-19'
The National Telecommunications Commission says the provisional authority that will be granted to ABS-CBN will be valid until the end of the 18th Congress
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano seems to be getting fed up the House being told what to do on the renewal of ABS-CBN's soon-to-expire franchise
The National Telecommunications Commission says its commitment to issue the temporary permit to operate is guided by legal guidance from the Department of Justice
ABS-CBN will stop admitting live studio audiences to several of its shows beginning March 10
Amid threats of a shutdown, ABS-CBN's biggest stars sing a song of hope and community
Opposition lawmaker Edcel Lagman says the upcoming House hearing 'appears to be cosmetic and inconsequential'
The artists show their support for ABS-CBN as the network's franchise renewal hangs in the balance
(UPDATED) The Senate approves a resolution expressing its sense on the continued operations of ABS-CBN beyond franchise expiry on May 4
(UPDATED) Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano says ABS-CBN executives will not be invited yet, as the hearing on March 10 will focus on the National Telecommunications Commission
Have you ever been told to 'be objective,' or that you're 'too biased in your political views'?
Election watchdog Kontra Daya points out that the Duterte team's expenditures declared to the poll body don't match what was actually paid to ABS-CBN for ads
Fan clubs come together and march around the ABS-CBN compound
Voting on the House bill to renew the network's franchise is the 'permanent cure,' argues the Buhay party list representative
At any rate, relative to the ABS-CBN case, press freedom has not resonated widely enough. But things seem promising.
'The threat to shut down ABS-CBN jeopardizes a critical bridge to the past that grounds us as a people'
We think it's high time ABS-CBN brought this show back
Clad in black shirts, press freedom supporters held up signs urging those driving by to blow their car horns in support of freedom of the press
Gerald Anderson, Nikki Valdez, and Elmo Magalona join ABS-CBN employees in calling for the renewal of the network's franchise
May kapangyarihan ba ang Senado na pilitin ang Mababang Kapulungan na iusad na ang proseso para sa ABS-CBN franchise?
The crowd image attributed to ABS-CBN is not in any of the media outlet’s published reports
Even Justice Secretary Guevarra recognizes that his own solution could be brought to court. At least, he says, Congress can 'provide a tougher armor.'
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano also insists it would 'do more harm than good' to ABS-CBN if the House would squeeze in a hearing on its franchise renewal before Congress takes a break in March
On Thursday, February 27, the Newsbreak team will sit down to discuss the quo warranto petition against the network giant, the role of Congress in the controversy, and its implications on the fight for press freedom
The network's franchise woes show an apparent clash between legal jurisprudence and executive command
(UPDATED) House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano says Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Velasco has been doing the rounds offering funds and chairmanships
'Tayo po ay lalaking may isang salita,' says Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Velasco
'Being a neophyte senator, he may not be aware of our tradition and our rules,' says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, a 4-time Senate president
Does this mean the end of the broadcast network’s franchise troubles? The President says it’s up to Congress.
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano believes this letter would be 'sufficient' for the NTC to allow ABS-CBN to keep operating beyond May 4
If adopted by the Senate, it will serve basis for the National Telecommunications Commission to grant ABS-CBN a provisional authority to continue its broadcast operations after the franchise expires
'If we know how to vest power and authority to our public officials, we should also care to know how to take back that same power and authority from them'
Pero anytime mas pipiliin ko ito kaysa sa state-run na Kuwatro. Marami akong ayaw sa Dos, pero, mabuti na lang, wala akong makapangyarihang petty political tantrums.
We tackle 4 scenarios for the beleaguered broadcasting company
There's a gap in the law, but there are legal grounds that authorities can use to possibly close it. But is this more political than legal?
The claim uses a clip cut from a live video posted by the 'It's Showtime' Facebook page, which mentions its 10,000 viewers
(UPDATED) Cebu City 1st District Representative Raul del Mar says extending the validity of ABS-CBN's franchise would allow lawmakers to protect public interest in the grant of franchises
Will Duterte blink before the company that gave him – in his long stint as Davao mayor – a broadcast platform where he mastered the art of pulpit politics?
Look at the point-by-point explanation in ABS-CBN's 58-page comment to Calida's quo warranto case
Government officials clear the network over issues of taxes, labor conditions, pay-per-view service, and Philippine Depositary Receipts
Telecommunications Commissioner Gamaliel Cordoba says ABS-CBN has no standing penalties with the commission