Bye Bye ABS-CBN Frequencies: Paano kung may ibang binigyan gobyerno? - Marcoleta

Bye Bye ABS-CBN Frequencies: Paano kung may ibang binigyan gobyerno? - Marcoleta

A day after the historic vote of denying the Lopez-controlled ABS-CBN Corporation of its fresh 25 year legislative application it would seem they will be permanently shut down up until 2022 or until President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is in power.
Sagip party-list Rep. Rodante Marcoleta has a different take on the current situation, he believes that even beyond the term of President Duterte when he steps down from Malacanang in 2022.

Marcoleta made such statement after the denial of the new franchise which technically also losing its prized frequency.
House Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta
(photo credit to owner)

“You’re assuming that the franchise will be up to 2022. Paano kung mayroon nang binigyan ang gobyerno. Kanino pa ibibigay yun. Anong franchise pa ang ibibigay mo sa kanya?” he said when asked by reporters Friday (July 10) on ABS-CBN’s chances of securing a franchise after Duterte’s term ends.
Marcoleta said a franchise was a “finite resource” that the government has to allocate to “deserving” applicants.
Since the frequencies are owned by the government it may be granted to those who have applied for a franchise and has met all the requirement in granting of such.

Politiko news website believes that Iglesia ni Cristo is eyeing the ABS-CBN’s frequencies: five AM stations, including DZMM, 18 FM stations and 42 TV stations, including Channels 2 and 23.
Lawmaker Marcoleta is a member of the influential religious sect Iglesia ni Cristo headed by Eduardo V. Manalo. He is part of the 70 congressmen who voted to deny ABS-CBN a new franchise.

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