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ABS-CBN QUESTIONS NTC STOPPAGE ORDER BEFORE SUPREME COURT

Palace respects ABS-CBN’s plea to nullify ruling

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ABS-CBN asked the Supreme Court on Thursday, May 7,  to nullify and set aside the cease and desist order of the National Trelecommunication Commission (NTC), claiming that the commission “gravely abused its discretion” when it issued the order.

Malacañang on Thursday said it respects the broadcast firm ABS-CBN Corporation’s appeal to the Supreme Court (SC) to stop the implementation of National Telecommunications Commission’s (NTC) cease and desist order that prompted the media network to stop its… Read More

NTC urged to reconsider order

MANILA – A total of 13 senators on Thursday filed a resolution, urging the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to reconsider its cease-and-desist order (CDO) against ABS-CBN Corp. and to allow the broadcast network, as well as its subsidiaries and affiliate, to continue operations… Read More

Press freedom very much alive in PH : Parlade

MANILA – Press freedom in the Philippines is very much alive contrary to claims of some groups that media freedom in the country is under threat following the cease-and-desist order by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) against ABS-CBN Tuesday.This, according to Southern Luzon… Read More

 

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