Perhaps, to put an end to the Duterte bashing and finger-pointing regarding the impending non-renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise, retired broadcaster Jay Sonza took to Facebook to set the record straight why the network failed to get an extension during noynoy Aquino’s time. Sonza cited 11 reasons why the giant network is now in deep hole and in danger of losing the right to air their TV shows and news programs after March 30, 2020. According to Sonza, as early as 2014, the network applied for a renewal or extension of its franchise during Noynoy Aquino’s presidency. In fact, there were

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Amid the drama whip up by ABS-CBN to gain public sympathy, support and understanding, retired broadcaster Jay Sonza fired back at ABS-CBN with important questions to throw off his former bosses. In the Facebook post, Sonza opened by asking a clarificatory question to confirm if indeed the most influential and most powerful network in the country is now reduced to begging for public sympathy? ABS-CBN. You’re asking for understanding, support and sympathy? Like a seasoned predator who smells the blo0d of his prey, Sonza went on to fire a series of questions, apparently to focus the spotlight on the other

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Radio host Mark Lopez explained on Facebook the quo warranto case filed by SolGen Jose Calida at the Supreme Court against ABS-CBN by drawing a comparison to Lourdes Sereno case and annulment of marriage. But before doing so, Lopez defined what us QUO WARRANTO and why SolGen Calida filed the case vs. ABS-CBN. According to Lopez, QUO WARRANTO is latin for “BY WHAT AUTHORITY…” Lopez said when talking about quo warranto, the main talking point here is the legal personality or authority of an individual or franchise. Lopez cited the example of the quo warranto case filed by SolGen Calida

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ABS-CBN’s franchise is set for renewal in 2020 if I am not mistaken. Otherwise, the giant news media company will shut down and bid farewell to its millions of patrons. Most likely it will just be temporary after the Lopez family sell it to new owners and re-open once a new franchise is granted by Congress. The Lopez family has been the owner of the company for many decades now and it would be unthinkable that the family is on the brink of losing their precious jewel. Of course, majority of the DDS already the know how ABS-CBN and the

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The critics of PRRD are working overtime and quick to grab every opportunity to make him look bad in the eyes of the public. PRRD’s statement regarding the temporary shutdown of all PCSO games like lotto, scratch card and what not perfectly illustrates my point. According to ABS-CBN’s headline dated July 26, 2019, “Duterte declares lotto, other PCSO games illegal”. DDS lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles did not waste any second to call out ABS-CBN and correct the fake news the giant network tried to peddled as legitimate news. In a Facebook post, Angeles basically described the ABS-CBN headline on PCSO closure

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For expressing his excitement to see the biggest tv network close down on Facebook, singer-songwriter Jimmy Bondoc has been treated like a pariah by his showbiz colleagues. Angel Locsin, Sunshine Cruz and Angeline Quinto are the biggest and recognizable names in showbiz who slammed the singer-songwriter for expressing one’s schadenfreude moment versus the biggest TV network in the Philippines. In fairness to Bondoc, he did not name names but the clues he provided in the viral Facebook post clearly points to ABS-CBN. If you are wondering who hated Jimmy Bondoc so much, aside from the above-mentioned names, Facebook blogger MJ

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ABS-CBN is in hot water once again after a state University in the Visayas has cried foul over an article headline that “makes it easy for readers to misinterpret it as ex-officials of their school.” The latest controversy stemmed from an ABS-CBN News article published today, February 19, 2019 with the headline, “COA orders 5 ex-Visayas state university officials to refund US trip expenses.” Whether ABS-CBN’s inaccurate headline was deliberate or not, the Facebook page, Visayas State University demanded the news network to correct their headline promptly. The FB post opened with a clarifying statement, telling the public that the

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In the midst of the sexual harassment scandal rocking news media giant ABS-CBN, particularly against an executive and segment producers, Jay Sonza has taken to Facebook to reveal how the TV network will respond. Sonza, a former long-time ABS-CBN employee and TV host warned the public to expect the news network to protect their interest by launching a massive vilification campaign against the accuser Gretchen Fullido. Sonza cited the case of Mel Tiangco wherein her longtime partner of the Mel and Jay ABS-CBN TV program was the recipient of such treatment. Sonza ended the post saying that he speaks as

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A highly emotionally intense Krizette Laureta Chu wishes news media giant ABS-CBN to go bankrupt and the rest of the fear mongers out of frustration. You can’t blame people like Krizette to react this way because of their genuine concern for the welfare of the country that may fall on hard times as the power struggle between the oligarchs and the President they hate so much getting uglier and dirtier. Imagine the impact it creates on the Philippine economy and the ordinary people when an influential news media giant like ABS-CBN publishing fake news (Nestle shutting down because of TRAIN

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Iresponsable! This is how radio host and social media blogger Mark Lopez described news media giant ABS-CBN for the news report Nestle Philippines may shut down due to TRAIN and supply woes. Turned out, it isn’t true. Lopez recommends to government to include ABS-CBN in economic sabotage case against other unnamed individuals or groups. Lopez expressed surprised that ABS-CBN went overboard by spreading fake news that whose impact is so huge that it will not only impact the Philippines but the rest of the world as well. Lopez urged the public to imagine the effect the fake ABS-CBN news report

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