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A veteran journalist and press advocate voiced disappointment Wednesday with ABS-CBN Corp’s offer for government to use its transmission facilities even after being denied a franchise by Congress and attacked again by President Rodrigo Duterte. A veteran journalist and press advocate voiced disappointment Wednesday with ABS-CBN Corp’s offer for government to use its transmission facilities even after being denied a franchise by Congress and attacked again by President Rodrigo Duterte.

ABS-CBN urged: Resist government use of network facilities | ABS-CBN News

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MANILA (REUTERS) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday (July 27) said his government's intervention policy after the country's first domestic transmissions of the coronavirus in March prevented as many as 1.3 million to 3.5 million infections.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -MANILA (REUTERS) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday (July 27) said his government's intervention policy after the country's first domestic transmissions of the coronavirus

Duterte tells 100m Filipinos: Worse times loom ahead, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Even after ABS-CBN's failed franchise bid, House lawmakers are still not done with the network, filing four resolutions seeking a probe into its land title, ownership claims, and other supposed violations.Even after ABS-CBN's failed franchise bid, House lawmakers are still not done with the network, filing four resolutions seeking a probe into its land title, ownership claims, and other supposed violations.

More House probes sought on ABS-CBN issues

Some conclusions from President Dutertes penultimate State of the Nation Address (SONA):Some conclusions from President Dutertes penultimate State of the Nation Address (SONA):

SONA message: Fight the oligarchs - Manila Standard

This is in reaction to Manuel L. Quezon III’s “In aid of extermination” (7/22/20). I was one of those who, despite noticing the “grand plan” of Rodrigo Duterte and his cohorts to destroy the Lopezes through taking away ABS-CBN, continued to hope things would go differently. I thought that after the pandemic reminded people of […]

A government that does not care about the people | Inquirer Opinion

NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental (MindaNews / 29 July) – Somewhere in his speech, President Duterte desired the people’s unity, cooperation and support in weathering the trying times. Yet his opening salvo…

TURNING POINT: SONA 5: Inutile | MindaNews

A day after President Duterte branded the Lopez family as oligarchs, Malacañang expressed thanks for ABS-CBN’s offer to let the government use its transmission network to promote alternative education of students. Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque Jr.(CAMILLE ANTE

Palace thanks ABS CBN for offer to use its transmission network for education - Manila Bulletin

AUDIENCES of Sona 2020, delivered by President Rodrigo Duterte Monday, July 27, at the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City must have sat up and listened intently to what matter most to the public the Covid-19AUDIENCES of Sona 2020, delivered by President Rodrigo Duterte Monday, July 27, at the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City must have sat up and listened intently to what matter most to the public the Covid-19

Seares: What you may have paid little attention to in the Sona and didn't regret you did. You could be wrong.

President Rodrigo Duterte said that television frequencies returned to the government will be used for distance learning, the “new normal” picture for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.President Rodrigo Duterte said that television frequencies returned to the government will be used for distance learning, the “new normal” picture for students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Duterte: TV frequencies reverted to government to be used for distance learning | Philstar.com

PRESIDENT Duterte’s fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) is historic in that it is the first to make a clarion call for the country to fight the scourge of oligarchy, one of the obstacles to becoming a developed nation. How difficult and messy that could be has been demonstrated in the battle against, and […]

Duterte takes on, or vows to take on, the oligarchs – The Manila Times

A lawmaker previously suggested that the government should use ABS-CBN's former TV and radio frequencies after House rejected the media giant's franchise application bid. A lawmaker previously suggested that the government should use ABS-CBN's former TV and radio frequencies after House rejected the media giant's franchise application bid.

Duterte orders gov't use of untapped TV frequencies for e-learning

Four House resolutions are filed a day after President Rodrigo Duterte's State of the Nation Address, where he again attacked the Lopez familyFour House resolutions are filed a day after President Rodrigo Duterte's State of the Nation Address, where he again attacked the Lopez family

Several ABS-CBN workers and supporters, led by the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, on Monday morning held a short protest in front of ABS-CBN ahead of President Rodrigo Duterte’s fifth State of the Nation Address.Several ABS-CBN workers and supporters, led by the Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, on Monday morning held a short protest in front of ABS-CBN ahead of President Rodrigo Duterte’s fifth State of the Nation Address.

ABS-CBN workers, supporters hold short protest ahead of Duterte’s SONA

“Never since the late unlamented Marcos dictatorship has a president ever deigned to shut down the independent media and stifle criticism and dissent.”

Journalists urge public to defend press freedom - Bulatlat

Lawmakers have thumbed down proposals to conduct further congressional investigations against radio-broadcast network ABS-CBN after a congressiona committee rejected the networks franchise renewal application earlier this month.Lawmakers have thumbed down proposals to conduct further congressional investigations against radio-broadcast network ABS-CBN after a congressiona committee rejected the networks franchise renewal application earlier this month.

Solons nix deeper ABS-CBN probe - Manila Standard

Hours after President Rodrigo Duterte's rant against the media giant during SONA, ABS-CBN says its commitment to help Filipinos continues despite its closure.Hours after President Rodrigo Duterte's rant against the media giant during SONA, ABS-CBN says its commitment to help Filipinos continues despite its closure.

ABS-CBN offers gov't use of its transmission network after Duterte rant

Lawmakers seek probe on alleged ABS-CBN violationsLawmakers seek probe on alleged ABS-CBN violations

Lawmakers seek probe on alleged ABS-CBN violations - SUNSTAR

ABS-CBN has the widest transmission network in the country, with 35 regional television stations, 16 FM stations, and 3 AM stationsABS-CBN has the widest transmission network in the country, with 35 regional television stations, 16 FM stations, and 3 AM stations