- ABS-CBN recently aired another sad effect of the denial of its 25-year franchise
- It revealed that its “Tulong Center” will already stop its operation beginning August 1
- The official statement said that as much as they want to serve more people, they cannot continue operating without a franchise
- “Tulong Center” has served more than 50 thousand individuals for the past six years
The “Tulong Center” of ABS-CBN is already ceasing its operation starting August 1 amid the network’s franchise renewal issue.
KAMI learned that the sad announcement was made through an official statement posted on social media yesterday, July 29.
There are more than 50 thousand individuals who became beneficiaries of the services of “Tulong Center” for the past 6 years.
The media giant also thanked those who showed support to its charity works.
It stated that as much as they want to serve more Kapamilyas, the denial of its 25-year franchise severely affects its operations.
“Sa loob ng anim na taon ay malugod po tayong nakapaglingkod sa 54,478 na mga Kapamilya. Para sa amin kayo ay hindi lamang numero. Naging bahagi kayo ng aming buhay at ang inyong tiwala at malasakit ay nagsilbing inspirasyon sa aming lahat sa Tulong Center at sa ABS-CBN. Sa aming mga puso, kayo ay mananatili na aming kapamilya,” the statement read.
“Nais po sana naming patuloy na makapaglingkod sainyo, subalit ikinalulungkot po naming ipaalam na dahil sa hindi pagkakaloob ng prangkisa sa ABS-CBN, ang aming Tulong Center, kabilang ang aming online na serbisyo, ay tuluyan nang magsasara simula August 1, 2020,” it added.
ABS-CBN is considered as one of the biggest broadcasting corporations in the Philippines. It has stopped its broadcast operations on TV following the cease and desist order issue by the National Telecommunications Commission.
Recently, the media giant sadly told its employees that they can already start looking for other jobs or transfer to other networks.
Vice Ganda also aired his honest reaction after learning about the decision of the Kapamilya network to lend its transmission to the government.
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