- A former employee of ABS-CBN criticized the media giant anew about its recent development
- Jay Sonza did not like the idea that some of the Kapamilya shows are airing on cable TV
- He accused the network of fooling a lot of people for saying that it will be back airing its programs
- The former broadcaster also said that ABS-CBN will not last 3 months because of expenses for airing via cable
Jay Sonza, a former broadcaster in the Kapamilya network, recently criticized the airing of ABS-CBN shows through cable and satellite TV.
KAMI learned that since the said media giant is off the air following a “cease and desist” order, some of its programs are being shown through the help of cable operators.
People can now watch “It’s Showtime” and other shows via SKY, G Sat, Cablelink, and other member-cable operators of the Philippine Cable Television Association.
Sonza was not happy with the recent development involving his former network. He lambasted it through a much-talked-about social media post.
He claimed that the network continues to fool many people for saying that it will be back airing its popular programs.
He also fearlessly said that ABS-CBN will not last 3 months on cable TV because its expenses will be “bigger” than its profit.
“Patuloy sa panlalansi at panlilinlang ang abs cbn network sa pagsasabing babalik na sila sa ere ngayon. They are merely content provider of their own illegal cable and telecoms business. They will now offer it free to local cable providers to entice them and later charge these providers for subscription,” he wrote.
“Pabayaan na natin silang lokohin ang sarili nila. After 3 months susuko rin iyan dahil tiyak hindi sasapat ang kikitain nila sa gagastusin nila,” he added.
In a previous article by KAMI, Solicitor General Jose Calida unhesitatingly said that “the end is near” for the Kapamilya network.
ABS-CBN is one of the biggest and most popular broadcasting firms in the Philippines. Its 25-year franchise expired on May 4 and it was not able to get another license to continue operating.
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