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    Mayroon din issue ang mga Lopez sa utang nila sa DBP na inabswelto raw ng ABN0y.

    Boycott ABiaS-CBN.

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    Boycott Dunkin Donuts!
    mas masarap pa J.CO

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    HR00415

    the shift of ABS-CBN to telecommunications is violative of its franchise under Section 1 of Republic Act 7966 issued for only broadcasting. and if it really ventured to telecommunications even sharing scheme, ABS-CBN Convergence Inc. should apply for its own legislative franchise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pexmode View Post
    HR00415

    the shift of ABS-CBN to telecommunications is violative of its franchise under Section 1 of Republic Act 7966 issued for only broadcasting. and if it really ventured to telecommunications even sharing scheme, ABS-CBN Convergence Inc. should apply for its own legislative franchise.


    galing

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    ^^ anong nangyari sa congressional inquiry na iyan?

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    ABS-CBN forays into telco business
    By: Paolo G. Montecillo - @inquirerdotnetPhilippine Daily Inquirer / 02:05 PM May 28, 2013

    MANILA, Philippines–Media giant ABS-CBN Corp. plans to launch its own telco brand that aims to give subscribers access to exclusive content on mobile devices, as part of plans to reach audiences that are slowly changing their viewing habits.
    On Tuesday, ABS-CBN said its new “ABS-CBN Mobile” telecom brand, made possible through a network-sharing deal with Globe Telecom, would be launched before the year ends.
    “This is effectively a new player in the telco industry,” ABS-CBN Corp. chair Eugenio Lopez III told reporters at a press conference. “(ABS-CBN Mobile) will just be like Smart (Communications) and Globe. Subscribers won’t even notice that it’s a deal with Globe,” he said.
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    Lopez was mum on the exact details of the commercial arrangements between the two firms, but he said ABS-CBN would be “buying capacity” from Globe. The amount the media firm pays the telco would depend on how much bandwidth is used.
    “This is the natural evolution of the (media) industry. It’s what we think our consumers want,” Lopez said.
    Once it’s launched, the ABS-CBN Mobile brand will have its own prepaid and post-paid services. The company will also bundle smartphones, Internet dongles, and tablet computers to its post-paid offers. Carlo Katigbak, head of ABS-CBN Mobile’s operator ABS-CBN Convergence, said rates for call, text, and data services would be at par with industry averages.
    “ABS-CBN Mobile will be a sizeable player in the telco market,” Katigbak said. He said the ABS-CBN Convergence would spend about P2 billion to P3 billion over the next two years to build up its telco business. The deal with Globe is good for five years, which can be renewed at the end of the contract.
    The Lopez family is no stranger to the telecom business. It currently owns Bayan Telecommmunications Inc. (Bayantel), which has its own nationwide phone network but is still a much smaller rival to major players like Globe and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co (PLDT).
    Ayala-led Globe also recently announced plans to acquire Bayantel from the Lopez group.
    ABS-CBN Mobile is expected to help the media conglomerate compete with PLDT, which is owned by the same group that runs Associated Broadcasting Corp. (ABC), the operator of TV5.
    Lopez said the company was not concerned about alienating other mobile phone users by making ABS-CBN’s mobile content exclusive to the firm’s phone subscribers. “(PLDT) has TV5… it’s very hard to be in the middle of both networks,” Lopez said.
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    He said the partnership with Globe—which is the first of its kind in the Philippines—would give ABS-CBN an important foothold in the mobile media sector. He said this would be important once digital TV services are launched by local media networks.
    Users with digital TV-enabled devices will be able to receive free TV signals on their smartphones or tablets.

    http://business.inquirer.net/124117/...telco-business

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinelamour View Post
    ABS-CBN forays into telco business
    By: Paolo G. Montecillo - @inquirerdotnetPhilippine Daily Inquirer / 02:05 PM May 28, 2013

    MANILA, Philippines–Media giant ABS-CBN Corp. plans to launch its own telco brand that aims to give subscribers access to exclusive content on mobile devices, as part of plans to reach audiences that are slowly changing their viewing habits.
    On Tuesday, ABS-CBN said its new “ABS-CBN Mobile” telecom brand, made possible through a network-sharing deal with Globe Telecom, would be launched before the year ends.
    “This is effectively a new player in the telco industry,” ABS-CBN Corp. chair Eugenio Lopez III told reporters at a press conference. “(ABS-CBN Mobile) will just be like Smart (Communications) and Globe. Subscribers won’t even notice that it’s a deal with Globe,” he said.
    ADVERTISEMENT
    Lopez was mum on the exact details of the commercial arrangements between the two firms, but he said ABS-CBN would be “buying capacity” from Globe. The amount the media firm pays the telco would depend on how much bandwidth is used.
    “This is the natural evolution of the (media) industry. It’s what we think our consumers want,” Lopez said.
    Once it’s launched, the ABS-CBN Mobile brand will have its own prepaid and post-paid services. The company will also bundle smartphones, Internet dongles, and tablet computers to its post-paid offers. Carlo Katigbak, head of ABS-CBN Mobile’s operator ABS-CBN Convergence, said rates for call, text, and data services would be at par with industry averages.
    “ABS-CBN Mobile will be a sizeable player in the telco market,” Katigbak said. He said the ABS-CBN Convergence would spend about P2 billion to P3 billion over the next two years to build up its telco business. The deal with Globe is good for five years, which can be renewed at the end of the contract.
    The Lopez family is no stranger to the telecom business. It currently owns Bayan Telecommmunications Inc. (Bayantel), which has its own nationwide phone network but is still a much smaller rival to major players like Globe and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co (PLDT).
    Ayala-led Globe also recently announced plans to acquire Bayantel from the Lopez group.
    ABS-CBN Mobile is expected to help the media conglomerate compete with PLDT, which is owned by the same group that runs Associated Broadcasting Corp. (ABC), the operator of TV5.
    Lopez said the company was not concerned about alienating other mobile phone users by making ABS-CBN’s mobile content exclusive to the firm’s phone subscribers. “(PLDT) has TV5… it’s very hard to be in the middle of both networks,” Lopez said.
    ADVERTISEMENT
    He said the partnership with Globe—which is the first of its kind in the Philippines—would give ABS-CBN an important foothold in the mobile media sector. He said this would be important once digital TV services are launched by local media networks.
    Users with digital TV-enabled devices will be able to receive free TV signals on their smartphones or tablets.

    http://business.inquirer.net/124117/...telco-business
    Huwag i patronize yan kasi gogoyohin na naman tayo ng Dilawan Company na yan.

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    Duterte renews GMA Network franchise



    President Duterte has renewed the franchise of GMA Network Inc. for another 25 years.

    Mr. Duterte signed into law Republic Act No. 10925, extending the franchise of GMA, which operates TV channels, a radio station and an online site. The bill cleared Congress in March.

    The franchise of another giant network, ABS-CBN, is also up for renewal.

    Recently, ABS-CBN has been the target of Mr. Duterte’s ire, accusing the network of twisting news reports, particularly the allegations of Sen. Antonio Trillanes that the President had P200 million in the bank.

    The President had also accused the network of failing to provide the airtime he had paid for during the election campaign.

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    Who’s got the money? ABS-CBN never got payment from Duterte for campaign ad

    President Rodrigo Duterte is barking up the wrong tree by repeatedly accusing ABS-CBN of estafa for supposedly accepting the payment his camp made for a political advertisement without airing it.

    That’s because ABS-CBN never accepted his money in the first place.

    Politiko has learned that the media conglomerate turned down Duterte’s payment for a campaign ad because it used footage during the presidential debate hosted by ABS-CBN in April last year.

    The ad, which was created by the then-Davao mayor’s team in response to a commercial paid for by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s camp, showed the faces of ABS-CBN executives, among them its Chairman, Gabby Lopez, and Chief Content Officer Charo Santos Concio.

    ABS-CBN wanted the faces of its executives blurred or put out of focus for the sake of neutrality.

    Duterte’s camp, however, objected to ABS-CBN’s condition for airing the ad.

    The stalemate was the reason why Duterte’s commercial never went on air.

    With the President incessantly attacking ABS-CBN over its supposed bias and bad business practice nowadays, it’s a good time to ask: Who got his ad money?

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    Who’s got the money? ABS-CBN never got payment from Duterte for campaign ad

    President Rodrigo Duterte is barking up the wrong tree by repeatedly accusing ABS-CBN of estafa for supposedly accepting the payment his camp made for a political advertisement without airing it.

    That’s because ABS-CBN never accepted his money in the first place.

    Politiko has learned that the media conglomerate turned down Duterte’s payment for a campaign ad because it used footage during the presidential debate hosted by ABS-CBN in April last year.

    The ad, which was created by the then-Davao mayor’s team in response to a commercial paid for by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s camp, showed the faces of ABS-CBN executives, among them its Chairman, Gabby Lopez, and Chief Content Officer Charo Santos Concio.

    ABS-CBN wanted the faces of its executives blurred or put out of focus for the sake of neutrality.

    Duterte’s camp, however, objected to ABS-CBN’s condition for airing the ad.

    The stalemate was the reason why Duterte’s commercial never went on air.

    With the President incessantly attacking ABS-CBN over its supposed bias and bad business practice nowadays, it’s a good time to ask: Who got his ad money?
    Estafa nga ba yung ikakaso ni digong laban sa abs? Binigay daw ni digong yun pera , sino na tumanggap? Mapapatunayan na naman na mali info alam ni digong. Parang yung may batang pinagsasayaw daw eh sa wowowin yun ni willie sa tv5 at hindi sa wowowee ng abs.

    Kung totoong 600million utang ng abs sa solar dapat mabayaran na ito agad.

  12. #252
    Quote Originally Posted by pexmode View Post
    HR00415

    the shift of ABS-CBN to telecommunications is violative of its franchise under Section 1 of Republic Act 7966 issued for only broadcasting. and if it really ventured to telecommunications even sharing scheme, ABS-CBN Convergence Inc. should apply for its own legislative franchise.

    Grounds na naman ito para hindi marenew abs. Kasuhan at palmultahin ang abs.

  13. #253
    Quote Originally Posted by buddyw View Post
    Duterte renews GMA Network franchise



    President Duterte has renewed the franchise of GMA Network Inc. for another 25 years.
    Pagkakataon na sana pabagsakin ang mga yellow-affiliated media, no? Pero ni renew pa rin. Yon ang tunay na diktador!

  14. #254
    Quote Originally Posted by pexmode View Post
    HR00415

    the shift of ABS-CBN to telecommunications is violative of its franchise under Section 1 of Republic Act 7966 issued for only broadcasting. and if it really ventured to telecommunications even sharing scheme, ABS-CBN Convergence Inc. should apply for its own legislative franchise.

    Ganern? Pasukin nila ang telecom dahil talo na sila sa traditional tv and other traditional platforms? Do they think they could then control the social media?

    Yong isa dyan...(hello wrappler)... ano pa ang applyan nyo besides real estate ventures... lotto na rin? Dapat transparent ha?

  15. #255
    May Q and A si Duterte sa media ngayon. Tinanong ni Duterte sa media especially Pia Ranada kung anong masasabi ni Pia sa:

    hindi pagbayad ng Inquirer sa taxes na P1.5 billion at yung ginawa ng abs cbn na matapos tanggapin ang kanyang pera ay hindi naman pinalabas nito ang kanyang political ad.

    Ang sagot ni Pia: Hindi daw niya masasagot yan dahil reporter siya.

    Sabi ni duterte: well pwede mo sagutin mo yan as a filipino citizen,

    Pia: I decline to comment.


    PIA RANADA - WALA KANG KWENTANG REPORTER AT "JOURNALIST" AT NAKAKAHIYA KANG PILIPINO!

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    Ha ha ha sunog si SPO4 Rañada ki PRRD

  17. #257
    Galit na galit si Pres DU30 at mga pro sa INQ & ABS but panay naman ang post ng mga news dito.
    Dilawan yang newspaper. Wag na kayong bumili or boycott nyo na. Pinapayaman nyo lang.

    Ang Manila Times, halatang pro admin but wala pa akong nakitang nagre-reklamo.
    Bakit??? Walang nagbabasa.

  18. #258
    Duterte to block renewal of ABS-CBN franchise
    President Rodrigo Duterte says he will file a complaint with Congress against the network giant for 'swindling'


    TIRADE VS MEDIA. President Duterte intends to block the franchise renewal of ABS-CBN which he accuses of 'swindling.' Photo by Pia Ranada/Rappler

    MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte is taking his fight against media up a notch by formally seeking to block the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise.

    Responding to questions in a media interview on Thursday, April 27, Duterte accused the network of “swindling.” He claimed ABS-CBN did not show his political ads during the 2016 campaign season though they were already paid for.

    “[The franchise] has been there for 25 years. The law said it’s okay, only if you adhere to journalistic standards. What did you do to us? Estafa, swindling, not only me but Chiz Escudero, many of us. Son of a *****, you collected outright then you commit estafa,” he said.

    “So I will file a complaint. Congress, no need to renew it. But to operate is something else, so I will point this out, your garbage, then we’ll see,” he added in an ambush interview right after he gave a joint press statement with Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, who was on a state visit.

    Asked if he would “block” the franchise of ABS-CBN, Duterte said, “Yes, if you’re engaged in swindling.”

    The President bared his decision to block the franchise renewal days after he signed a law renewing the franchise of ABS-CBN's rival, GMA Network.

    House Bill 4349 seeking to renew the franchise granted to ABS-CBN for 25 years is still at the committee level. The franchise will expire in 2020.

    ABS-CBN chairman Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III had earlier sought to allay stockholders’ fears that Duterte’s tirades against the company will affect its franchise renewal, saying the anger of an administration towards media is “part and parcel” of the work of media.

    Lopez had assured ABS-CBN stockholders on April 9 that he didn't "anticipate any significant issues" with regards to the franchise renewal, saying the company had plenty of time to work on it.

    He gave the assurance to his stockholders after the President, in a thinly veiled threat, said in a public address on March 30 that karma was sure to catch up with ABS-CBN and the Philippine Daily Inquirer for their supposed unfair reports on his presidency.

    "Tingnan kung magslant. Ewan ko ba. But someday – hindi ko tinatakot – but someday, 'yung karma, dadating 'yan (See how they slant. I don't know. But someday – I'm not scaring them – but someday, karma will come)," Duterte said nearly a month ago.

    ABS-CBN has denied this. Chief Strategy Officer Raymund Miranda maintained the media company's "balanced" reporting.

    "From a news and current affairs perspective, we have, and always will be, striving to report in a fair and balanced manner," he said. – Rappler.com

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    ^^ swindling, parang yung ginagawa ng abs-cbn sa solar!

  20. #260
    Quote Originally Posted by buddyw View Post
    Who’s got the money? ABS-CBN never got payment from Duterte for campaign ad

    President Rodrigo Duterte is barking up the wrong tree by repeatedly accusing ABS-CBN of estafa for supposedly accepting the payment his camp made for a political advertisement without airing it.

    That’s because ABS-CBN never accepted his money in the first place.

    Politiko has learned that the media conglomerate turned down Duterte’s payment for a campaign ad because it used footage during the presidential debate hosted by ABS-CBN in April last year.

    The ad, which was created by the then-Davao mayor’s team in response to a commercial paid for by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s camp, showed the faces of ABS-CBN executives, among them its Chairman, Gabby Lopez, and Chief Content Officer Charo Santos Concio.

    ABS-CBN wanted the faces of its executives blurred or put out of focus for the sake of neutrality.

    Duterte’s camp, however, objected to ABS-CBN’s condition for airing the ad.

    The stalemate was the reason why Duterte’s commercial never went on air.

    With the President incessantly attacking ABS-CBN over its supposed bias and bad business practice nowadays, it’s a good time to ask: Who got his ad money?
    sino ba kasi ang naniniwala sa sinasabi ni DuDirty?





    the show the Dirty proof.

    this is classic case of curtailment of freedom of speech. open harassment.

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