Statements

PRESS STATEMENT ON “ABS-CBN’S ANTI-DRUG ADVOCACY ADS”

PRESS STATEMENT ON “ABS-CBN’S ANTI-DRUG ADVOCACY ADS”

  ABS-CBN is supportive of the government’s communication campaign to discourage the use of illegal drugs. We have begun airing advocacy ads last Sunday (Jan 8), featuring some of our artists and a message from Pres. Rodrigo Duterte to dissuade people from engaging in illegal drugs. Through these ads, we want to show how illegal drugs can destroy a person’s life […]

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PRESS STATEMENT ON “TILL I MET YOU”

PRESS STATEMENT ON “TILL I MET YOU”

5 November 2016 PRESS STATEMENT ON “TILL I MET YOU” The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) earlier issued an invitation to the directors and producer of “Till I Met You” to a conference for them to explain some scenes to address certain viewer concerns. MTRCB posted the invitation online, which attracted social media discussion. Prior to the airing […]

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STATEMENT ON DOLE ADVISORY

STATEMENT ON DOLE ADVISORY

ABS-CBN has always championed and supported any development, whether initiated by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) or not, that ensures the health and well-being of its workers and talents. Over the years, we have been implementing relevant improvements in the working conditions of our Kapamilyas and providing benefits beyond what is required by law, because we believe it […]

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STATEMENT: AD PRODUCED BY TRILLANES COMPLIES WITH ELECTION LAWS

STATEMENT: AD PRODUCED BY TRILLANES COMPLIES WITH ELECTION LAWS

The controversial political advertisement being talked about in social media, which aired on ABS-CBN, was produced and paid for by Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV. Prior to the airing, ABS-CBN’s ethics committee reviewed the content of the material, which complies with the requirements of pertinent election laws. By airing the said commercial, ABS-CBN is being consistent with COMELEC guidelines, which prohibit […]

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STATEMENT: ABS-CBN DID NOT BLOCK AIRING OF CAYETANO AD

STATEMENT: ABS-CBN DID NOT BLOCK AIRING OF CAYETANO AD

ABS-CBN did not block the airing of Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano’s political advertisement. The ethics committee only requested that the footage showing our network executives in the “Harapan ng Bise” debate be edited out from the ad. However, we did not receive the revised material. ABS-CBN also did not object to the use of the footage from the “Harapan ng Bise” […]

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ABS-CBN NET INCOME JUMPS 25% TO P2.545 BILLION IN 2015

ABS-CBN NET INCOME JUMPS 25% TO P2.545 BILLION IN 2015

ABS-CBN Corporation reported P2.545 billion in net income for 2015. The company’s revenues remained strong at P38.278 billion.

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PRESS STATEMENT ON DIRECTOR WENN DERAMAS

PRESS STATEMENT ON DIRECTOR WENN DERAMAS

The whole ABS-CBN family mourns the passing of director Wenn V. Deramas, who spent 25 years of his life in creating shows and films that helped the media and entertainment company fulfill its goal of bringing joy and inspiration to every Filipino family.

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CORY VIDANES APPOINTED ABS-CBN’S COO OF BROADCAST

CORY VIDANES APPOINTED ABS-CBN’S COO OF BROADCAST

ABS-CBN Corporation announced the appointment of Cory Vidanes as its chief operating officer (COO) of broadcast, effective February 1, 2016.

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ABS-CBN NEWS’ STATEMENT ON THE MARAWI AMBUSH

ABS-CBN NEWS’ STATEMENT ON THE MARAWI AMBUSH

ABS-CBN News condemns in the strongest terms the attack Saturday on our News team by motorcycle-riding gunmen in Bangolo, Marawi City. The 3-man News team composed of reporter Ronnie Enderes, cameraman Emilito Balansag, and driver Gary Montecillo was traveling back to Iligan from Ramain, Lanao del Sur where they covered the bombing of a tower of the National Grid Corporation […]

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CARLO KATIGBAK APPOINTED PRESIDENT AND CEO OF ABS-CBN CORPORATION

CARLO KATIGBAK APPOINTED PRESIDENT AND CEO OF ABS-CBN CORPORATION

ABS-CBN Corporation announced the appointment of Carlo L. Katigbak as its new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective January 1, 2016.

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