ABS-CBN

Network ng komersyal na telebisyon sa Pilipinas

Ang ABS-CBN (isang daglat para sa dating pangalan nito, ang Alto Broadcasting System - Chronicle Broadcasting Network) ay isang Pilipinong himpilang pankomersiyal (commercial broadcast network) (na binubuo ng himpilang pantelebisyon sa pamamagitan ng terestriyal, telebisyong kable o telebisyong pansetalyt, radyo at bagong midya sa pamamagitan ng streaming media, internet o onlayn) at sindikasyon, tagapamahagi ng programa, at kumpanya ng produksyon (sa ilalim ng ABS-CBN Entertainment), na siyang pagmamay-ari ng ABS-CBN Corporation, isang kompanya sa ilalim ng Lopez Group. Nakahimpil ang kalambatan sa ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center sa Lungsod Quezon, na may mga dating tanggapan at mga pasilidad sa 25 pangunahing lungsod sa Pilipinas, kabilang ang Baguio, Naga, Bacolod, Iloilo, Cebu, at Dabaw. Angipasilidad para sa mga produksyon ng ABS-CBN ay matatagpuan sa Horizon IT Park sa San Jose del Monte, Bulacan na nagbukas taong 2018.[2][3][4][5] Pormal na tinutukoy ang ABS-CBN bilang "The Kapamilya Network"[note 1], na unang inilunsad noong 1999 at ginawang opisyal noong 2003 sa pagdiriwang ng ika-50 anibersaryo nito. na ginamit hanggang sa paglisan nito sa ere noong Mayo 5, 2020. Sa kalagitnaan nito, pinalitan ng ABS-CBN ang katukuyan nito bilang Kapamilya Forever bilang pagsuporta sa pagpapanibago ng prangkisa nito noong Mayo 13, 2020.[6]Ito ang pinakamalaking kalambatang pantelebisyon sa bansa kung pag-uusapan ang kita, ari-arian, at pandaigigang sakop nito.[7]Hanggang sa kasalukuyan, ang operasyong panterestriyal ng himpilan ay suspendido dahil sa kawalan ng lisensiya at prangkisa, ngunit nagpapatuloy pa rin ang operasyon nito sa pamamagitan ng onlayn, telebisyong kable at telebisyong pansetalyt, streaming platforms, at iba pang himpilang panterestriyal (sa pamamagitan ng blocktime sa A2Z at TV5).

ABS-CBN
UriKalambatang pantelebisyong terestriyal
TatakThe Kapamilya Network (Ang Kalambatang Kapamilya)
Bansa
Lugar na maaaring maabutanBuong bansa
Binuo ni/nina23 Oktubre 1953; 68 taon nang nakalipas (1953-10-23)
ni James Lindenberg
Antonio Quirino
Eugenio Lopez, Sr.
Fernando Lopez
Islogan"In the service of the Filipino" ("Sa serbisyo ng Pilipino")
TV stationsList of TV stations
Hati ng merkado
37.58% (Nielsen National Urban TAM January–August 2016)[1]
HeadquartersABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, Diliman, Lungsod Quezon
May-ariABS-CBN Corporation
(Mga) pangunahing tauhan
Carlo Katigbak (Pangulo at punong tagapamahala)
Petsa ng unang pagpapalabas
Terestriyal:
23 Oktubre 1953
(inisyal)
14 Setyembre 1986
(pagkatapos ng Rebolusyong EDSA ng 1986)
Blocktime:
10 Oktubre 2020
(Blocktime kay ZOE TV)
Isinara Terestriyal:
23 Setyembre 1972
(batas militar)
5 Mayo 2020
(napaso ang prangkisang pambatas)
(Mga) dating pangalan
Alto Broadcasting System (ABS)
Chronicle Broadcasting Network (CBN)
Picture format
480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Kapatid na kalambatan
S+A
Pandaigdigang kanal
The Filipino Channel
Opisyal na websayt
www.abs-cbn.com
WikaFilipino (pangunahin)
Ingles (sekundarya)

Ang ABS-CBN ay ang kauna-unahan at pinakamatandang himpilan sa Timog-silangang Asya at isa sa pinakamatandang himpilang telebisyon sa Asya. Ito rin ang nangungunang himpilang pantelebisyon sa Pilipinas na may kita na 21.2 bilyong piso sa taong pananalapi ng 2015.[8][9][10][11][12] Ang kauna-unahang pagsasahimpapawid ng ABS-CBN ay nangyari noong Oktubre 23, 1953, bilang Alto Broadcasting System (ABS) sa DZAQ-TV, tatlong buwan lamang pagkatapos sumahimpapawid ang NHK General TV at Nippon Television sa bansang Hapon. Ito rin ang kauna-unahang kalambatang pantelebisyon na sumahimpapawid ng may kulay sa Timog-silangang Asya, kauna-unahang himpilan sa Pilipinas na pormal na naglunsad ng serbisyong pantelebisyon sa digital terestriyal, at ang kauna-unahang kalambatan sa bansa na pormal na maglunsad sa HDTV.[13]

Ang pambansang istasyong pantelebisyon ng ABS-CBN ay ang DWWX-TV (ABS-CBN TV-2 Maynila). Dulot nito, ang kalambatan ay impormal na tinatawag bilang Channel 2 o Dos kahit na ang himpilan ay nakikita sa ibang numerong pantelebisyon sa ibat-ibang panig ng bansa. Ang kalambatan ay nagpatakbo ng mga istasyon sa bansa sa pamamagitan ng ABS-CBN Regional, isang dibisyon ng kumpanya na kumontrol sa 80 nitong istasyon sa bansa.[8][14] Ang mga programa nito ay maaari ring makita sa pamamagitan ng pandaigdigan himpilang pansubskripsyon na The Filipino Channel (TFC) na mayroong tatlong milyong sambahayan na nagbabayad saan man sa mundo, kasama rin dito ang terestriyal sa Guam sa pamamagitan ng KEQI-LD. Magmula pa noong 2011, ang himpilan ay nagpapalabas na gamit ang paraan na telebisyong digital terestriyal gamit ang ISDB-T na nagmula sa bansang Hapon, sa ilang bahagi ng bansa. It also partnered with KANTAR Media Inc. the ratings provider of ABS-CBN and other media entity. On October 3, 2015, ABS-CBN started to broadcast in high-definition through its affiliate direct-to-home cable and satellite television providers.[13]

ABS-CBN was issued a cease-and-desist order by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) and Solicitor General Jose Calida on May 5, 2020, after the NTC refused to renew the network's franchise license earlier in February 2020. The franchise license expired on May 4, 2020, and a day later, ABS-CBN officially signed off in the evening.[15][16][17] Kapamilya Channel was then set up as a replacement for its main terrestrial channel which can only be viewed via cable, satellite and online. A web-based channel Kapamilya Online Live was also set up to exclusively livestream some of its contents to online video-sharing platforms Facebook and YouTube.

On October 10, 2020, A2Z Channel 11 was launched as the network's temporary terrestrial channel space through a blocktime agreement between ABS-CBN Corporation and ZOE Broadcasting Network. Some of the ABS-CBN Entertainment programs are being shown on TV5 starting January 24, 2021.

While their internet presence was increased amid the shutdown of its main terrestrial network, the ABS-CBN Entertainment's social media accounts is mainly managed by the ABS-CBN Digital Media,[18] with an estimated to less than 100 million followers and subscribers across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube (though partnership on ABS-CBN Made for YOUtube and YouTube Super Stream Philippines), Kumu (through partnership on Pinoy Big Brother live streaming and other online shows), and TikTok.[19] These includes social media accounts of its divisions (including ABS-CBN News, ABS-CBN Star Cinema, ABS-CBN Sports and ABS-CBN Star Music) and programs (including The Voice Philippines, I Can See Your Voice Philippines, Pilipinas Got Talent, Idol Philippines, Pinoy Big Brother, Your Face Sounds Familiar Philippines, Pinoy Boyband Superstar, Your Moment and World of Dance Philippines) with the main account of ABS-CBN across social media has more than 70 million followers whereas over 21 million likes and 31 million followers on Facebook, 1.6 million followers on Twitter, and with over 2.6 million followers on Instagram. As of June 30, 2021, the ABS-CBN Entertainment YouTube channel is currently the most-subscribed and most-viewed channel in Southeast Asia over 36.7 million subscribers and over 44.1 billion views on YouTube; most viewed, and most subscribed YouTube channel in Southeast Asia surpassing Thailand's WorkpointTV)[20][21][19]

ABS-CBN Entertainment mainly focus on being as a content company, which includes producing television programs, films and other entertainment contents and distributions. Since then, the company focuses on their own subsidiaries and divisions to produce and distribute shows and collaborating for partnerships with independent production companies and distributors to distribute their own contents.[19][22]

KasaysayanBaguhin

Mga unang taonBaguhin

Si James Lindenberg, isang Amerikanong inhinyero at may-ari ng BEC, ang siyang pinakaunang nagsumite ng aplikasyon sa Kongreso ng Pilipinas para sa lisensya upang magtayo ng himpilang pantelebisyon noong taong 1949. Napagbigyan ang kanyang hiling noong Hunyo 14, 1950, sa ilalim ng Batas Republika Blg. 511. Dahil sa istriktong pagkokontrol sa pag-aangkat at kakulangan sa kagamitang panangkap upang makapagbukas ng himpilan sa Pilipinas noong kalagitnaan ng ika-20 siglo, sa halip na himpilang pantelebisyon, nagbukas na lamang ng himpilang panradyo si Lindenberg sa pamamagitan ng DZBC.[23]

Si Antonio Quirino, hukom at kapatid ng noo'y Pangulong Elpidio Quirino, ay sumubok din na makakuha ng lisensiya sa Kongreso, ngunit ito ay tinanggihan. Kalaunan, bumili siya ng istaka (stocks sa wikang Ingles) sa BEC at kaagad nitong binili ang istakang pangkontrol nito at pinalitan ang pangalan nito mula BEC at naging Alto Broadcasting System (ABS).

Nagsimula ang operasyong pankomersiyal ng DZAQ-TV noong Oktubre 23, 1953; ang unang ganap na lisensyadong himpilang pankomersiyal sa Pilipinas. Ang unang programang umere sa himpilan ay ang isang pagsasalo-salo sa hardin sa tahanan ng mga Quirino sa Sitio Alto sa San Juan. Pagkatapos nito, umere na lagi ang himpilan mula ikaanim hanggang ikasampu ng gabi.[23]

Noong Hunyo 16, 1955, sa bisa ng Batas Republika Blg. 1343 na inaprubahan ni Pangulong Ramon Magsaysay, ay iginawad sa may-ari ng Manila Chronicle na si Don Eugenio Lopez, Sr. at dating Pangalawang Pangulo na si Fernando Lopez, ang isang prangkisang panradyo at pantelebisyon mula sa Kongreso at kaagad na itinatag ang Chronicle Broadcasting Network (CBN) noong Setyembre 24, 1956, na noong una ay nakatuon sa pagsasahimpapawid sa radyo.[24][25] Noong Pebrero 24, 1957, inimbitahan ng pamilya Lopez si Quirino sa bahay nito upang mag-almusal at doon ay nabili ang ABS sa pamamagitan ng isang kontrata na nakasulat sa isang table napkin. Ang pangalan ng kumpanya ay ibinalik sa Bolinao Electronics Corporation pagkatapos mabili ang ABS.[23] Sa pagkakatatag ng DZXL-TV 9 ng CBN noong Abril 19 (o Hulyo[26]), taong1958,[23] ang magkapatid na Lopez ang nagkontrol sa parehong himpilan sa bansa, na siyang humantong sa pagpapalawak nito. Noong 1961, inilunsad ng BEC ang kauna-unahang himpilang pantelebisyong panrehiyon at panlalawigan sa Lungsod Cebu.[23]

Noong 1966, ang pasilidad ng ABS-CBN ay isa sa pinakamodernong uri nito sa Asya. Nagsimula ang buong pagsasahimpawid ng may kulay (colored television) noong 1971 (walong oras bawat araw) sa ABS-CBN 2 sa pagkakaroon ng mas maraming telebisor na may kapabillidad na makatanggap ng kulay sa kalakhang Maynila at kalapit nitong munisipalidad at lungsod.[23]

Panahon ng Batas MilitarBaguhin

 
Ang ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center sa Diliman, Lungsod Quezon, ang punong-tanggapan ng ABS-CBN

Nang magdeklara si dating Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos ng batas militar noong 1972, ipinasara ang lahat ng mga pahayagan, himpilang panradyo at pantelebisyon sa bansa (kabilang ang ABS-CBN). Sa bisa ng Letter of Instruction No. 1-A , pansamantalang sinamsam ng mga otoridad ang ABS-CBN at Associated Broadcasting Corporation (na ngayo'y TV5) sa paratang na ito'y nagdadala ng "sadyang may kinikilingan at sobrang eksaheradong balita at komentaryo," upang suportahan ang Communist Party of the Philippinesinstrumento din umano ang mga may-ari ng kumpanya sa tangkang pagpatay sa Pangulo.[27]

Dahil dito, pinalitan ang pangalan ng punong-tanggapan ng istasyon bilang "Broadcast Plaza", at ito ang naging tahanan ng tatlong istasyon ng telebisyon na kontrolado ng rehimeng Marcos. Ang unang himpilan na umokupa dito ay ang Kanlaon Broadcasting System o KBS-9 (na naging Radio Philippines Network o RPN-9 noong 1975), sa kadahilanan na ang punong-tanggapan at estudyo nito sa Roxas Boulevard (na dati ring ginamit ng ABS-CBN bago maitayo ang Broadcast Center at ibinenta sa KBS-9) ay nasira sa isang sunog noong Hunyo 6, 1973. Ang KBS-9 ay pagmamay-ari ng Marcos crony na si Roberto Benedicto, ang kanyang himpilan ay ang kaisa-isang himpilang pantelebisyon na hindi ipinasara ng gobyerno kasunod ng batas militar. Noong 1974, ang Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation or BBC-2 na pagmamay-ari din ni Benedicto, at ang Government Television or GTV-4 (later renamed as Maharlika Broadcasting System or MBS-4) na pinapatakbo ng estado, ay umokupa na rin sa Broadcast Plaza. Ang parehong istasyon o prikwensiya ay dating ginamit ng ABS-CBN bago madeklara ang batas militar. Lumipat ang BBC at RPN sa Broadcast City sa Matandang Balara, Lungsod Quezon (kasama ang kapatid nitong istasyon na Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation o IBC) noong 1978.[28]

Muling pagtatatagBaguhin

Nang sumiklab ang People Power Revolution (mas kilala sa tawag na EDSA Revolution) noong unang bahagi ng 1986, at ng humina na ng tuluyan ang paghawak ni Marcos sa kapangyarihan, naisip ng mga repormista sa militar na ang istasyon ay magiging mahalaga sa pagtatagumpay ng protesta. Kaya noong alas-diyes ng umaga Pebrero 24, 1986, sumugod ang mga ito sa ABS-CBN Broadcast Center upang ito ay makuha, na tahanan noon ng MBS-4[29]

Matapos matanggal sa pwesto si Marcos, inaprubahan ng bagong tatag na Presidential Commission on Good Government ang pagpapanumbalik ng ABS-CBN (kabilang ang prikwensiya ng Channel 2) noong Hunyo 1986[30] ngunit hindi kabilang sa pagpapanumbalik nito ang Channel 4. Noong Setyembre 14, 1986, bumalik na muli sa ere ang ABS-CBN sa pamamagitan ng isang espesyal na programa na "We're back!!",[31] na sumahimpapawid mula sa dati nitong garahe sa Broadcast Center. Noong Enero 1987, napilitan ang istasyon na makihati sa gusali kasama ang himpilang pantelebisyon ng gobyerno sa Channel 4 (hanggang Enero 22, 1992). Noong mga panahon na iyon, kapos sa pera ang kumpanya at limitado rin ang kanilang kagamitan; ang mga espasyo ng opisina ay ginagamit na silid-pambihisan at ang iba pa nilang gamit tulad ng mga upuan, mesa, at mga telepono ay kulang sa suplay.[29]

Matapos ang siyam na taon mula noong ito'y muling itataf, pinirmahan ni Pangulong Fidel Ramos ang Batas Republika Blg. 7966 na nagbigay sa ABS-CBN ng pangalawang prangkisang lehislatibo.[32]

2020: Pandemya ng COVID-19, isyu sa prangkisa at pagsasaraBaguhin

Noong Marso 10, 2020,kasunod ng padedeklara ng pandemya ng World Health Organization dulot ng COVID-19 na kumalat na rin sa bansa, pati na rin ang pagdedeklara ng public health emergency ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte matapos makumpirma ang unang local transmission ng COVID-19, inanunsyo ng ABS-CBN na pansamantalang ititigil ang pagpapapasok ng tagapanood sa mga taping ng kanilang mga programa, kasama ang Magandang Buhay, It's Showtime, ASAP Natin 'To, Banana Sundae at ng ikalawang season ng lokal na bersyon ng South Korean game show na I Can See Your Voice, upang masiguro ang kaligtasan at kapakanan ng mga artista at pangkat sa produksyon. Ang mga nasabing programa, gayunpaman ay magpapatuloy sa produksyon ng walang madla sa kanilang estudyo.[33]

Subalit noong Marso 15, 2020, tuluyan ng sinuspinde ng ABS-CBN ang produksyon ng kanilang mga programang panlibangan, matapos ilagay ang Kalakhang Maynila sa ilalim ng community quarantine (bahagyang lockdown), later turned into an enhanced community quarantine sa buong Luzon. Kabilang sa mga programang naapektuhan ay ang Pamilya Ko, FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, Make It with You (kalauna'y kinansela) at A Soldier's Heart, na pansamantalang itinigil magmula Marso 16, 2020, hanggang Mayo/Hunyo 2020.[34][35] Muling ipinalabas ng ABS-CBn ang mga serye na 100 Days to Heaven, May Bukas Pa, On the Wings of Love, The Legal Wife, Got to Believe, Walang Hanggan, Wildflower, Wansapanataym, iWant Originals Series, Tubig at Langis, Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids Season 1, Pilipinas Got Talent Season 6, Bayani, Hiraya Manawari and Sineskwela.

Ngunit noong Mayo 5, 2020, nagbaba ng kautusang pagpapatigil sa operasyon ang Pambansang Komisyon sa Telekomunikasyon (NTC) sa ABS-CBN. At matapos ang kontrobersya dulot ng inisyal na pagtanggi ng NTC, noong una, inisyal na pinayagan ang ABS-CBN na umere sa ilalim ng pansamantalang lisensya, na sinuportahan ng Senado at Kongreso. Sa isinagawang imbestigasyon ng mga tanggapan ng gobyerno, nakita dito na walang naging pagkukulang o paglabag na ginawa ang kumpanya. Ang prangkisa nito ay nawalan na ng bisa noong Mayo 4, 2020, matapos magwakas ang 25 taong bisa nito, dulot nito, opisyal ng nagwakas ang operasyon ng ABS-CBN kinabukasan (Mayo 5, 2020).[36][37] Ito ang pangalawang beses na nagsara ang himpilan pagkatapos ng deklarasyon ng batas militar ni dating Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos on Setyembre 23, 1972.[38][39] Napilitang isuspinde ng ABS-CBN ang operasyon ng kanilang mga free-to-air na istasyon (maliban sa Cine Mo!, Yey!, Kapamilya Box Office (KBO) sa pamamagitan ng isang kasunduan sa AMCARA Broadcasting Network sa Kalakhang Maynila, Laguna, Iloilo at ilang bahagi ng Baguio at ng mga tsanel sa cable, sa pamamagitan naman ng Creative Programs, isang sangay ng ABS-CBN)[40][41]

Noong Hulyo 10, 2020, nagpasya ang Mababang Kapulungan, partikular ang Komite sa Prangkisang Lehislatib,o ay bumoto ng 70–11 para ibasura ang aplikasyon ng ABS-CBN para sa prangkisa, dahil umano sa mga isyu nito sa kanilang prangkisa. Nasa humigit-kumulang 12.94 porsiyento ng mga miyembro sa Kongreso ang bumoto pabor sa pagkakaroon nito ng bagong prangkisa.[42][43] Dulot nito, napilitan ang kumpanya na itigil ang ilan sa mga negosyo nito dahilan upang ito ay magbawas ng empleyado sa katapusan ng Agosto 2020.[44] Ayon sa Pangulo at punong-tagapamahala ng kumpanya na si Carlo Katigbak, mananatiling nakatuon ang kumpanya sa pagbibigay ng serbisyo publiko, kahit sa ibang paraan.[45] Ayon sa inilabas na pagsusuri ng Social Weather Stations o SWS na inilabas matapos ibasura ng Kongreso ang aplikasyon ng kumpanya ay nagpakita na karamihan (75%) ng mga Pilipino ay gustong maibalik ang himpilan sa ere.[46]

Noong Setyembre 10, 2020, nag-isyu ang Pambansang Komisyon sa Telekomunikasyon ng kautusan na magbabawi sa lahat ng prikwensiya na inokupa ng himpilan sa kadahilanang wala na itong balidong prangkisa upang magpatuloy pa na magpatakbo ng istasyon.[47] At noong Enero 5, 2022, iginawad na ang prikwensiya ng Channel 2 at 16 (analog at digital) sa Advanced Media Broadcasting System na pagmamay-ari ng pamilya Villar.[48][49]

2020–present: Paglipat sa cable, midyang digital at content providerBaguhin

Dulot ng mga pangyayaring ito, itinuon na ng ABS-CBN ang pokus nito sa mga platforms na hindi nangangailangan ng prangkisang lehislatibo. Kabilang dito ay ang distribusyon at paglilisensiyang internasyonal ng kanilang mga programa, digital at cable platforms, sindikasyon ng mga programa sa pamamagitan ng iba't-ibang serbisyo sa streaming at block-timing sa iba pang himpilang pantelebisyon.

Sa panayam kasama ang hepe ng ABS-CBN News na si Ging Reyes, sinabi nito na ang himpilan ay nakatakda na ilipat ang opersyon nito sa onlayn at umaasang maipagpapatuloy ng kumpanya ang kanilang magandang performance partikular sa pakikipag-ugnayan sa madla (audience engagement), bilang nangungunang digital na tagapagbalita sa bansa. At sa punto na tapos na ang pandemya ng COVID-19, pinaplano na ng ABS-CBN na lumikha ng mas marami pang programa bukod sa TV Patrol at lumikha pa ng mas marami pang bidyong pangnilalaman onlayn at iayos muli ang kasalukuyang hanay ng pambalitaan at pangkasulukuyang usapin sa hinaharap, tulad ng paggawa ng dokyumentaryo.[50]

At sa isa pang panayam mula sa lider ng Star Magic na si Laurenti Dyogi, sinasabi nito na sila ay naghahanap ng bagong oportunidad at ninanais nitong makipagsapalaran o makisabay sa produksyong internasyonal at ang pagkakataon na lumawak pa ito sa labas ng bansa. Ninanais ng ABS-CBN at Star Magic na maging pangunahing tagapagbigay ng content sa loob at labas ng bansa sa pamamagitan ng pakikipagsosyo sa Netflix, WeTV iflix, Viu at iba pang paraan para sa kanilang content. Noong 2019, ang himpilan ay gumawa ng isang serye kasama ang Amerikanong kumpanya sa paggawa ng pelikula na Electric Entertainment na pinamagatang Almost Paradise. Ito ang unang subok ng kumpanya sa paggawa ng serye sa Hilagang Amerika, at nasa yugto na ng pagpaplano ang pangalawang season ng serye.[51]

Noong Hunyo 15, 2020, inihayag ng ABS-CBN ang pakikipagsosyo nito sa GMMTV, ang nangungunang content company sa Thailand, dahil nakuha nila ang karapatan na iere sa telebisyon at onlayn (sa pamamagitan ng over-the-top platform nito) ang walong seryeng pandrama ng GMMTV na nasa wikang Filipino at ipinalabas sa Kapamilya Channel at iWantTFC. Unang umere ang sikat na boys' love (BL) romcom na 2gether: The Series.[52] Pati ang karugtong nito na Still 2gether, ay ipinalabas noong Agosto 15, 2020, na mayroon lamang isang araw na delay mula sa Thailand.[53] Mas pinaigting pa ang pagsososyo ng ABS-CBN and GMMTV na inaasahang magkakaroon ito ng isang pagsasama sa produksyon sa paggawa ng pelikula, nilalamang pantelebisyon, musika at libangang live. Isa rito ay ang "BrightWin Manila: The Virtual Fan Meet" na ginanap sa pamamagitan ng KTX noong Disyembre 5, 2020, matapos ang tagumpay ng Hello Stranger: The Final FanCon dahil sa pagsikat ng seryeng boys' love (BL) sa kalagitnaan ng pandemya ng COVID-19.[54] Both networks are also collaborating to co-produce a project starring one of 2gether: The series' lead actors and an ABS-CBN artist under Dreamscape Entertainment. The project is currently under development.[55]

On August 17, 2020, the drama series Ang sa Iyo ay Akin was the first original digital teleserye to be broadcast on Kapamilya Channel and Kapamilya Online Live during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the scenes were shot in the ABS-CBN Soundstage inside the Horizon IT Park in Bulacan.[56]

On April 13, 2021, ABS-CBN announced a collaboration with BBC and BBC Studios for the Philippine adaptation of Doctor Foster,[57] entitled The Broken Marriage Vow.[58][59]

In June 2021, ABS-CBN promoted the Netflix animated series Trese (featuring a Filipino voice cast led by Liza Soberano) by replacing the logo outside the network's headquarters in Quezon City with the logo of ABC-ZNN, a fictional media company used in the animated series.[60]

In August 2021, ABS-CBN has acquired the animated series based on the hit mobile game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, entitled The Legends of Dawn: The Sacred Stone.[61] A GMMTV drama series F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers is also slated to air on the network's platforms.[62]

Kapamilya ChannelBaguhin

Noong Hunyo 4, 2020, inanunsyo ng ABS-CBN sa TV Patrol na ilulunsad nito ang Kapamilya Channel (na inilunsad noong Hunyo 13, 2020) na pansamantalang hahalili o magiging kapalit ng himpilang panterestriyal ng kumpanya, sa gayon, ipinagpatuloy na ng ABS-CBN ang produksiyon ng kanilang mga programang pandrama at live entertainment, kasabay nito ay ang pag-ere ng kanilang mga programang panlibangan, pang-edukasyon at programang tumatalakay sa mga pangyayari sa kasalukuyan, kabilang ang mga pelikula.[63] Inilunsad din nito ang high-definition counterpart ng nasabiing tsanel sa Sky Cable and Destiny Cable Channel 167 na siya namang pumalit sa ABS-CBN HD.[64]

Kapamilya Online LiveBaguhin

Noong Hulyo 31, 2020, inanunsyo ng ABS-CBN ang paglulunsad ng Kapamilya Online Live, isang panlibangang tsanel na ipapalabas sa dalawang onlayn platforms ng walang bayad. Nagsimula itong umere noong Agosto 1, 2020, at kasalukuyang napapanood sa ABS-CBN Entertainment YouTube channel at Facebook page bilang hakbang ng himpilan sa pagpokus nito sa midyang digital. Ito ay ipinapalabas sa pormat na 1080p HD. At mayroon din itong serbisyong video on demand para sa mga programa nito na nagbibigay-opsyon na mapanood ang mga ito, pitong araw matapos itong umere.[65] Sa kasalukuyan, ang ABS-CBN Entertainment ay mayroong 60 million followers sa Facebook at YouTube, .[66]

YouTube and FacebookBaguhin

Aside from Kapamilya Online Live, selected ABS-CBN shows are independently live-streaming on several YouTube channels and Facebook pages owned by the network.

On May 7, 2020, two days after the halt of ABS-CBN's TV and radio broadcast, TV Patrol announced it would continue delivering the news through ABS-CBN News official YouTube channel and Facebook page via live-stream, geo-blocked in the Philippines.[67] This was followed by The World Tonight on July 27, 2020.[68]

On June 13, 2020, It's Showtime: Online Ü resumed its broadcast on It's Showtime official YouTube channel and Facebook page simulcast from Kapamilya Channel.[69]

On November 11, 2020, ABS-CBN announced that viewers worldwide will have free access to TV Patrol on ABS-CBN News YouTube and Facebook account, lifting the geo-blocking to the said show while local viewers will also be able to live-stream and catch up on episodes of various ANC and TeleRadyo shows for the first time.[70] ABS-CBN News completely lifted the use of geo-blocking to all of its content on March 1, 2021.[71]

iWant TFC and The Filipino ChannelBaguhin

On August 24, 2020, ABS-CBN announced that they will be merging iWant and TFC Online starting September 1 and will be migrating to a new system that will be accessible worldwide and will be called iWantTFC. It offers live video streamings and video on demand of content produced by ABS-CBN, new features such as offline viewing of select movies and series, as well as an enhanced viewing experience on bigger screens through select smart TV brands and digital media players.[72]

In early February 2021, seven TFC channels went live with Amagi cloud platform to consolidate its play-out operations on the cloud to expand its reach and gain greater flexibility. Amagi is a global leader in SaaS for broadcast and streaming TV.[73] ABS-CBN now manages end-to-end workflow on the cloud, eliminating the need for expensive hardware and broadcast center operations, giving it the flexibility to run its global channels with live news from anywhere. Amagi clients include A+E Networks, beIN Sports, Discovery Networks, IMG and WarnerMedia, among others.[74]

The Filipino Channel also launched its new and improved programming lineup with the introduction of time blocks similar to Kapamilya Channel, new shows and more viewing options while it has successfully completed its migration to high-definition in all of its international feed on February 20, 2021, which is available in iWantTFC, TFC IPTV and TFC Direct via cable and satellite.[75][76]

KTXBaguhin

Launched in August 2020, KTX also known as Kapamilya Tickets is an online ticketing and streaming platform which enables its users to purchase tickets to advance screening of ABS-CBN shows, movies, digital concerts and other event production attractions, as well as avail tickets to ABS-CBN programs to be part of their virtual audience via Zoom.[77] Continuing its digital shift, ABS-CBN is turning to digital events through KTX while big live events are prohibited during the COVID-19 pandemic. It held its first digital fan conference that marked the finale of the BL series Hello Stranger which later was shown on Kapamilya Online Live and TFC.[78] Originally launched in May 2017, KTX used to be a ticketing portal for ABS-CBN Studio Tour to shows such as It's Showtime and ASAP Natin 'To before the pandemic lockdown.[79] Most notable digital shows handled by KTX include Miss Universe Philippines 2020, The Fact Music Awards 2020, BrightWin Manila: The Virtual Fan Meet, Freedom: Regine Velasquez-Alcasid Digital Concert and Sarah Geronimo Tala: The Film Concert. A new revamp on its web user interface was launched on March 30, 2021.[80]

Radio ServiceBaguhin

The ABS-CBN Radio Service is an app that let its users to have access to the exclusive news, talk and music content directly from their mobile device no matter where they are located in the world. It live-streams audio from Teleradyo and the most recently added MOR Entertainment and MyxRadio[81] while latest podcast from selected ABS-CBN News and ANC programs such as TV Patrol are available on demand. The said app is part of ABS-CBN Digital Media division in partnership with Zeno Media[82] and is currently available on iOS and Android devices free of charge.[83]

Blocktime deals and partnership agreementsBaguhin

Partnership with Kumu (2020–present)Baguhin

In October 2020, ABS-CBN partnered with Kumu to launch the ninth season of reality TV show Pinoy Big Brother: Connect amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The app hosted online auditions for the reality show, which attracted over 100,000 new users, and it also live-streamed activities inside the Big Brother House when the show premiered.[84][85] The partnership between the two parties entails greater visibility for ABS-CBN's artists and talents outside of mainstream media, with Kumu providing an alternative channel for said artists to connect with their large fan bases locally. It's currently live-streaming Game Ka Na Ba?, the first game show in the world to be watched on television and played on a mobile app,[86][87] separate channels for FYE, MOR Entertainment, Myx, SeenZone as well as artist from BGYO, BINI, MNL48, Star Magic, Star Hunt, Polaris, Star Music and Rise Artist Studio.[88][89]

Blocktime deal with ZOE TV (2020–present)Baguhin

On October 6, 2020, ABS-CBN Corporation announced that they will air its shows and movies back on Free TV via the new "A2Z" channel starting October 10, 2020. It is a blocktime agreement between the media conglomerate and ZOE Broadcasting Network.[90][91] A month later, Minority Leader and Congressman Joseph Stephen Paduano of Abang Lingkod Party List called for an investigation into the ABS-CBN-A2Z Channel 11 blocktime deal.[92] The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) were told to investigate.[93]

Partnership with Brightlight and TV5/Cignal (2021–present)Baguhin

On January 18, 2021, ABS-CBN Corporation and TV5 were allegedly doing a partnership agreement to further expand the reach of Kapamilya Network on Free TV. There are some possible results that most of ABS-CBN shows and programs that were not able to be broadcast on ABS-CBN and ZOE's A2Z Channel 11 will be aired on TV5.[94]

On January 21, 2021, ABS-CBN jointly announced with TV5 and Cignal TV, in conjunction with Brightlight Productions, that both ASAP Natin 'To and the FPJ: Da King movie block will be simulcasted on the Kapatid network's lineup every Sunday afternoon beginning January 24, 2021. This also marks the first time that ABS-CBN programs will be aired on free-to-air television nationwide since the May 5, 2020 shutdown. Despite this development, both shows will continue to air on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live (except FPJ: Da King), and A2Z Channel 11.[95]

On March 5, 2021, ABS-CBN and TV5/Cignal announced that TV5 will also simulcast the ABS-CBN Entertainment's primetime shows beginning March 8.[96]

Partnership with WeTV iflix (2021–present)Baguhin

On March 18, 2021, ABS-CBN and WeTV iflix announced a landmark partnership that brings the Kapamilya network's primetime programs, including FPJ's Ang Probinsyano to the two streaming platforms starting March 20, with early access for subscribed users. Viewers can watch brand new series first as it premieres on WeTV and iflix VIP 46 hours before it airs on local TV.[97][98]

Partnership with iQiyi (2021–present)Baguhin

On October 11, 2021, during the 26th Busan International Film Festival, iQiyi partnered with ABS-CBN to release two Philippine series exclusively on the streaming platform later this year.[99] It is considered to be their first local originals in Southeast Asia.[100]

Partnership with Viu (2022–present)Baguhin

On January 15, 2022, they launched on Viu with partnered on ABS-CBN to release a hit adaptation The Broken Marriage Vow starting on January 22, 2022, on the 48 Hours Free TV Broadcast.

ABS-CBN RegionalBaguhin

ABS-CBN Regional (dating Regional Network Group) ay nagsilbing panrehiyong dibisyon ng ABS-CBN. Ang dibisyon na ito ay responsable sa pagpapalabas ng karamihan sa mga palabas sa mga himpilan ng ABS-CBN sa probinsya, ang lahat ng istasyon (Cebu, Bacolod at Davao) ay muling binuksan noong 1988, 16 na taon pagkatapos ito ay maipasara dulot ng batas militar. Nagkaroon ang ABS-CBN Regional ng maraming istasyon sa bawat rehiyon sa labas ng Malawakang Maynila upang masiguro na saklaw nito ang buong bansa. Ang mga himpilang lokal na ito ay mayroon ding sariling programang pambalitaan na umeere bago ang TV Patrol at iba pang programang panlokal na umeere tuwing Linggo. Ang paglulunsad ng programang lokal na Kapamilya Winner Ka! (na naging Kapamilya, Mas Winner Ka!) sa Visayas at Mindanao, Bagong Morning Kapamilya sa Hilagang Luzon (Baguio at Dagupan), ang ika-17 lokal na bersiyon ng TV Patrol sa Timog Katagalugan (Rehiyong IV-A), at ang ika-18 lokal na bersiyon ng TV Patrol sa Palawan (IV-B; kung saan may affiliate ang himpilan), ay nagbigay ng higit na kaugnayan sa madla sa mga rehiyon.[101] Noong Abril15, 2011, inilunsad ng RNG ang ChoosePhilippines, ang bagong websayt na naglalayong itaguyod ang turismo sa Pilipinas sa pamamagitan ng pagbabahagi ng larawan at istorya tungkol sa mga iba't-ibang lugar, kultura, at sining sa mga isla sa Pilipinas.[102]

Tumigil ang operasyon ng ABS-CBN Regional kasama ang labindalawang lokal na bersiyon ng TV Patrol at sampung programa sa umaga noong Agosto 28, 2020, matapos ang 32 taon, matapos ang pagkakabasura ng aplikasyon ng kumpanya para sa prangkisa noong Hulyo 10.[103][104][105]

Mga ProgramaBaguhin

Digital TransitionBaguhin

KompetisyonBaguhin

Kontrobersiya at IskandaloBaguhin

Sa loob ng maraming taon, ang ABS-CBN ay nasangkot sa maraming mga kontrobersya at iskandalo na kinasasangkutan ng mga talento, empleyado, at programa nito.

Mga iskandalo at insidente ng WowoweeBaguhin

Iskandalo sa rating ng TV ng AGB NielsenBaguhin

Pagsulat ng AmparoBaguhin

Noong 22 Enero 2008, suportado ng Asia-Pacific Director na si Jacqueline Park ng International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) ang petisyon para sa writ of amparo na isinampa ng 11 empleyado ng ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation (pinangunahan ni Ces Oreña-Drilon) kasama ang Korte Suprema upang mamuno sa legalidad ng mga pag-aresto ng mga mamamahayag hinggil sa nabigo na paghihimagsik ng Manila Peninsula. Sinabi nito: "Sinusuportahan namin ang mga empleyado mula sa ABS-CBN sa paninindigan para sa kanilang mga demokratikong karapatan na gumana nang libre mula sa panggugulo at pananakot, lalo na mula sa mga opisyal at awtoridad ng gobyerno." Samantala, hinihiling ng Korte Suprema ang mga sumasagot na mag-file ng puna sa petisyon ng amparo sa loob ng 10 araw. Bukod dito, si Harry Roque, National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) 's abugado ay inihayag ang pagsasampa ng isang usapin sa klase para sa injunction na may mga pinsala (Article 33, New Civil Code of the Philippines) laban sa Philippine National Police, bukod sa iba pa.

ABS-CBN kumpara kay copyright ng Willing WillieBaguhin

Pagpapanibago ng prangkisa noong 2020Baguhin

TalasanggunianBaguhin

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