Universities, Student Orgs Speak Up About ABS-CBN Franchise Renewal

The network's franchise is set to expire in March 2020.
by Maddie Cruz   |  Feb 23, 2020
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Over the last few weeks, our timelines have been filled with headlines regarding the potential shutdown of broadcasting network ABS-CBN amid franchise renewal issues.

On February 10, Solicitor General Jose Calida petitioned against the renewal of the network's franchise, claiming in a statement that the network engaged in "highly abusive practices" which benefitted "a greedy few at the expense of millions of its loyal subscribers." The network's franchise is set to expire on March 30, 2020.

While the resolution to the issue is still up for discussion in Congress, many have spoken up to show support for the network and advocate Filipinos' right to press freedomincluding universities, student councils, and student organizations. 

FEU Central Student Organization

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University of the Philippines - College of Social Sciences and Philosophy Student Council

Bulacan State University Student Government

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University of Santo Tomas

Journalism Faculty of University of Santo Tomas

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The Ateneo Assembly

PUP College of Communication - The Communicator

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UP College of Mass Communication

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