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According to the news website, the Kapamilya network’s 25-year franchise expires on March 30, 2020.
GMA was also ahead in the afternoon block with 36 percent against ABS0CBN’s 35.6 percent and TV5’s 7.4 percent.
Two bills were introduced in the 16th Congress for the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise granted in March 1995: one by Isabela Rep. The bills would renew ABS-CBN’s right to operate TV and radio broadcasting stations in the Philippines through microwave, satellite or whatever means, including the use of new technologies in television and radio systems.
Giorgidi Aggabao, filed in September 2014, and another by Baguio Rep. The Inquirer contacted several ABS-CBN executives for comment, but the Lopez-owned broadcast network declined to comment for now.
ABS-CBN’s 25-year franchise expires on March 30, 2020.
A member of the House legislative franchise committee, who declined to be named for lack of authority to speak for the panel, said ABS-CBN had sought the renewal six years before the expiration of its franchise because it didn’t want to risk having to go through the process under an unfriendly administration. Marcelino Teodoro, did not reply to the Inquirer’s calls or text messages seeking comment,” said in the Inquirer’s frontpage last June 11, 2016.
GMA posted double-digit margins over rival networks in its Mega Manila bailiwick with a 40.9-percent total day average, above ABS-CBN’s 27.1 percent and TV5’s 8.2 percent.
In terms of National Urban Television Audience Measurement, GMA maintained its strong ratings performance in the daytime blocks.
ABS-CBN is among the media networks Duterte apparently boycotted and barred from covering his press conferences and activities.
And there has been word that the network’s future is in peril.
It noted that Urban Luzon represents 77 percent of all urban TV households in the country, while Mega Manila accounts for 60 percent.
Specifically, GMA said it led in total day ratings in Urban Luzon with a household audience share of 38.9 percent, ahead of ABS-CBN’s 30.3 percent and TV5’s 7.7 percent.
By December 13, 2016, it will close to 13 Regions, 81 provinces, 1,489 municipalities, 145 Cities and 42,029 barangays.