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Vice Ganda Renews ABS-CBN Contract; Demands for a High Talent Fee?

Posted on January 14, 2014 | 7:58 PM

Unkabogable box-office star Vice Ganda started the year on a high note as he signed an exclusive contract with ABS-CBN on Monday (January 13) afternoon. 

“I feel so special with the opportunities the bosses are giving me. I never thought of moving to other networks,” he said. 

Vice Ganda signed a three-year contract with ABS-CBN

According to the comedian, aside from hosting his own Sunday night talk show “Gandang Gabi Vice” and noontime show “It’s Showtime,” he will also do one or two movies this year. “I want to offer something new to the public. I want to do an action-comedy movie soon.” he said. 

Meanwhile, when asked if he demanded for a talent fee increase after his sold-out “I-Vice Ganda Mo ‘Ko Sa Araneta” concert last May and blockbuster movie “Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy” in December, Vice Ganda laughed then answered, “They just gave me what I deserved.”  

Vice Ganda with ABS-CBN bosses

Present during the signing were (L-R) ABS-CBN broadcast head Cory Vidanes, chairman Eugenio Lopez III, president and CEO Charo Santos–Concio, TV production head Laurenti Dyogi, and business unit head Deo Edrinal.

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Kris Aquino Remains a Kapamilya, Renews Contract with ABS-CBN

Posted on January 7, 2014 | 12:53 PM

Queen of all media Kris Aquino will stay as a Kapamilya as she has renewed her contract with ABS-CBN, her home network for 18 years. This ended speculations that she will transfer to GMA-7 or TV-5, as what earlier reported (read here).

Kris Aquino Remains a Kapamilya, Renews Contract with ABS-CBN

On Monday, Kris Aquino announced her decision via her official Instagram account posting a photo of the ABS-CBN logo with a long caption setting the record straight that she will remain a Kapamilya.

"I have been w/ ABSCBN for 18 years & like any other family we've had our ups & downs and sometimes unavoidable "tampuhan"- but we remain FAMILY... My manager Deo Edrinal continued talks w/ our ABS bosses during the Christmas break & it is w/ much joy that I share w/ you that we have RENEWED my ABSCBN contract. I am grateful to my ABS CBN bosses, Sir Gabby, Ma’am Charo, and tita Cory for the trust, value & importance they have given me," Kris said.

Kris also debunked reports that she had talks with GMA network executives. However, she admitted that she had a meeting with TV-5 big boss Manny V. Pangilinan.

"May I set the record straight? 1) I never met w/ any GMA officials but I am grateful to them for the generous coverage they gave My Little Bossings, primarily because of their longstanding partnership w/ Vic Sotto & the Eat Bulaga family. 2) I had met w/ MVP (Manny Pangilinan) in October & again Dec 23 of 2013. 3)," Kris posted.

On the rest of the Instagram caption, Kris thanked the people who became instruments to her success, as well as all the Kapamilya viewers who supported her all the way.

"To all the KAPAMILYA viewers, thank you for watching me, enjoying me & making me part of your daily viewing. Because of your support I get to continue a job I love & I am also able to provide well for Kuya & Bimb... From my heart, MARAMING SALAMAT KAPAMILYA!!!"

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Charo Santos-Concio, Noli De Castro Win Awards at 3rd OFW Gawad Parangal

Posted on December 21, 2013 | 4:14 PM

Kapisanan ng mga Kamag-anak at Migranteng Manggagawang Pilipino, Inc. (KAKAMMPI) recently named ABS-CBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio and broadcast journalist Noli de Castro as recipients of the 3rd OFW Gawad Parangal. 

Charo Santos-Concio, Noli De Castro honored for promoting OFW rights and welfare

Charo was named Most Prominent Host of the Longest Drama Anthology for “Maalaala Mo Kaya.” Noli, meanwhile, was honored as Best Television Male Newscaster for ABS-CBN’s flagship newscast “TV Patrol.” 

OFW Gawad Parangal annually honors individuals from various industries, who actively advance the welfare and human dignity of overseas Filipino workers (OFW). 

The awarding ceremony was held during the celebration of the International Day of Migrant Workers last December 18 at Patio de Manila, Malate, Manila.

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Sarah Geronimo Renews Contract with ABS-CBN; Will she be having a teleserye soon?

Posted on December 16, 2013 | 4:24 PM

Popstar Princess Sarah Geronimo is still a certified Kapamilya after renewing her contract with her home studio ABS-CBN. Sarah signed another two-year contract with ABS-CBN on Monday, December 16.

Sarah Geronimo Renews Contract with ABS-CBN, December 16, 2013

Present during the contract signing were ABS-CBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, TV Production head Laurenti Dyogi, broadcast head Cory Vidanes, talent manager Vic del Rosario and Sarah's parents.

"Solid Kapamilya po talaga," Sarah said at the sidelines of contract signing. "Very grateful sa ABS-CBN kasi very welcome ako lagi dito and well-loved and appreciated, so where else I would rather be, hindi ba?"

As part of the contract, Sarah will still be seen as a coach in the second season of The Voice of the Philippines. Other shows for Sarah are still in the planning stage but she surely would welcome another acting stint in Asia's longest-running drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya.

Will Sarah be having a teleserye soon?

"Ang paggawa ng serye, mahal ko din 'yan pero kailangan ko ding alagaan ang boses ko. Kasi kapag gumagawa ka ng series talagang puyatan. Talagang 'yung acting na gagamitin mo 'yung boses mo ay hindi mo pwedeng [dayain] yan," Sarah told ABS-CBN News.

Meanwhile, it is not yet revealed whether Sarah's own drama anthology, Sarah G Presents will push through next year. It can be recalled that the project was shelved because Sarah became busy as a coach in the first season of The Voice PH.

Photo courtesy of @abscbnpr
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ABS-CBN Mobile Opens First Store

Posted on December 13, 2013 | 3:03 PM

ABS-CBNmobile signaled its commercial launch by opening its first store in the country on Wednesday (Dec 11) where consumers can buy SIM cards, gadgets, and prepaid load.

ABS-CBN Mobile Opens First Store

ABS-CBN chairman Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III said that ABS-CBNmobile will change the way Filipinos use their mobile devices and consume content by giving them the choice to watch their favorite programs at their chosen time and place, aside from allowing them to send text messages, make calls, and browse the Internet.

“Today, it is a novelty in the Philippines. But sooner than we think, this will become the norm, like it is becoming the standard viewing practice in Japan and Korea,” Lopez said during the store’s grand opening.

“This is the beginning of a new age in Philippine media. ABS-CBN’s programs on phones and tablets will change the boundaries of time and location,” he added.

ABS-CBNmobile’s iWanTV app allows users to watch programs on ABS-CBN, ANC, Studio 23, Nickelodeon, E!, and Knowledge Channel.

ABS-CBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, meanwhile, said that fans will also be able to chat with and get exclusive content from their favorite stars through a special app available on ABS-CBNmobile.

“Today’s fans don’t just want to watch TV; they want to participate, they want to interact, they want to make their choice. It is how our company moves into the new age of media. And we are optimistic about it because we have our content that affirms, and our stars with their authentic relationship with the audience,” Santos-Concio said.

Launched in November, ABS-CBNmobile sought to help the survivors of super typhoon Yolanda by giving away100,000 SIM cards that they can use to communicate with their loved ones. The mobile service also launched a “share load” program by which subscribers can give load to the survivors.

“We might not have been able to launch with a fantastic ad campaign that our marketing team developed, but we are very proud of the fact that our improvised launch allowed us to show what ABS-CBNmobile really stood for – to be of service to the Filipino people,” said ABS-CBN Convergence head Carlo Katigbak.

ABS-CBN Convergence is ABS-CBN’s mobile telecommunications subsidiary and operates ABS-CBNmobile.

Also present during the grand opening were ABS-CBN executives led by Customer Relationship Management head and ABS-CBNmobile Marketing head Nandy Villar, and ABS-CBN stars and ABS-CBNmobile endorsers Erich Gonzales and Julia Montes.

The ABS-CBNmobile store is located on the ground floor of ABS-CBN’s ELJ Communications Center in Quezon City. For more information, just visit www.abscbnmobile.com, or follow @abscbnmobile on Twitter.

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Judy Ann Santos Renews ABS-CBN Contract; to Host 'Bet on Your Baby'

Posted on September 12, 2013 | 8:23 PM

Actress Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo puts an end to speculations that she is transferring to another network as she renewed her contract with ABS-CBN this Wednesday (September 11) afternoon.

Judy Ann Santos Renews Contract with ABS-CBN

“Regarding talks about possible offers from the other networks, we were willing to listen. But since I am a Kapamilya, I can’t deny the fact that ABS-CBN will always be my first option,” Juday said after signing a two-year contract.

She also confirmed that she will be hosting the newest Kapamilya game show, “Bet On Your Baby.”

“It’s a reality game show for toddlers with ages two to three and a half years old. I am very excited that from drama, ABS-CBN gave me the chance to host a game show,” she said.

Judy Ann Santos with ABS-CBN bosses Lauren Dyogi, Cory Vidanes, Charo Santos-Concio and her manager, Alfie Lorenzo

Present during the signing were (L-R) ABS-CBN TV production head Laurenti Dyogi, broadcast head Cory Vidanes, president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, and talent manager Alfie Lorenzo.

“Bet On Your Baby” will air soon in ABS-CBN.

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JC de Vera Starts Taping for ABS-CBN Teleserye in August

Posted on July 30, 2013 | 9:48 AM

Actor JC De Vera is now officially a Kapamilya after signing a two-year contract with ABS-CBN on Monday (July 29). “Admittedly, I am nervous and I am very overwhelmed because it’s a dream come true to be a Kapamilya,” said JC. 

JC de Vera Starts Taping for ABS-CBN Teleserye in August

He revealed that he will start taping for an upcoming teleserye in August. He also said that he is open to do any role whether for drama, action, and even comedy. 

“I am very willing to do all the projects the management will offer,” he said. 

JC de Vera Contrat signing with ABS-CBN

Present during the signing were (L-R) ABS-CBN TV production head Laurenti Dyogi, ABS-CBN broadcast head Cory Vidanes, JC de Vera, ABS-CBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, talent handler Necie Concio (representing JC’s manager, Leo Dominguez) and ABS-CBN business unit head Deo Endrinal.

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ABS-CBN Kicks Off 60 Years Anniversary Celebration

Posted on January 24, 2013 | 9:17 AM

ABS-CBN 60 Years Anniversary logoABS-CBN Corporation kicked off its 60th anniversary’s year-long celebration as a media institution that pioneered television in the country and how it has been in the service of the Filipinos ever since 1950s.

“ABS-CBN is living institution composed of you, me and every employee that has dedicated himself or herself to be in the service of the Filipino. That’s what we have been doing for the past 60 years and that is what ABS-CBN will continue to do for all its existence,” he ABS-CBN Chairman Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III in his speech.

Lopez told ABS-CBN employees at a recent gathering that ABS-CBN will continue to undertake pioneering projects and introduce innovations starting this year.  He said, “Many radical and trailblazing strategies will be launched that will redefine the way we do business.”

He added, “You will see an ABS-CBN that uses the foundation of content to mold itself into a company that offers consumer solutions that has never been seen before. It a result of listening to our consumers and responding to them in ways they want and desire. It is about creating one-on-one relationships with each Filipino that we serve. This is what our mission is all about.”

With the theme “Kwento Natin ‘To,” ABS-CBN’s 60th anniversary pays tribute to the life stories of each and every Filipino that molded ABS-CBN to becoming the country’s leading TV network and inspired the hardworking people behind it to live up to the company’s motto.

ABS-CBN Kicks Off 60 Years Anniversary Celebration

“‘Kwento natin to’ doesn’t pertain to the story of ABS-CBN rather the story of each and every Filipino. Philippine TV is a magical box that contains the colors of our collective experiences, emotions, dreams, imaginations, and all things that make us human and make us Filipino,” said ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio. “The celebration of the 60th year of Philippine TV is our way of thanking and paying tribute to our fellow Filipinos.

Concio pointed out how television has become part of the Filipinos’ daily lives.  She said, “For Filipinos, drama and comedy programs are reflections of their real lives. News programs reflect their realities and how the times molded them to be stronger in facing their daily struggles. Talent and reality shows reflects their dreams and aspirations, while variety shows reflects the joy they feel whenever they are with their families or friends.

But she clarified that the viewers don’t owe ABS-CBN anything for providing quality and top-caliber programs. Instead, it is ABS-CBN that owes the viewers since all of its works are inspired from their stories.

As part of the year-long celebration, 60 employees will share their stories on-air as to how ABS-CBN has become part of their lives. The first eight stories were premiered in the event that includes the stories of cameraman Val Cuenca, promo specialist Christine Estabillo, program executive Riza Ebriega, news bureau chief Dindo Amparo, regional news reporter Joan Panopio, sales executive Herman Pablico, radio supervisor Aris Jurado , and Manila Radio Division head Peter Musngi.

ABS-CBN Chairman and CEO Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III was moved with the stories he witnessed and referred to it as “living reminders of why ABS-CBN was built.”

ABS-CBN, which stands for Alto Broadcasting System Chronicles Broadcasting Network, truly played a major role in the broadcasting history of the Philippines. The TV network was born back in the 1950s when CBS, owned by Eugenio Lopez Sr., bought ABS, then owned by Antonio Quirino.

ABS-CBN was the first to broadcast in full color in Southeast Asia and its programs such “You’re Evening with Pilita,” “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” and “Buhay Artista” are popular in the pan-region. Its broadcast center, which was inaugurated in 1968, was the second most advanced TV facility in Asia next to NHK of Japan.

The network was closed in 1972 because of the declaration of the Martial Law but was returned back to operations in 1986 after the historic People Power revolution.

ABS-CBN started from scratch again but through the efforts of Eugenio “Kapitan” Lopez Jr., Freddie M. Garcia, and Atty. Jake Lopez, ABS-CBN became number one again in 1988.

The 60 years of Philippine TV kick off event was hosted by “TV Patrol” anchors Noli De Castro and Korina Sanchez. Gary Valenciano, Kuh Ledesma, Jed Madela, Erik Santos, Yeng Constantino, Jovit Baldivino, Marcelito Pomoy, and KZ Tandingan also rendered song numbers with musical accompaniment by the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Charo Santos-Concio Appointed as CEO of ABS-CBN Corporation

Posted on December 11, 2012 | 9:38 AM

ABS-CBN Corporation, the country’s leading and largest multimedia conglomerate, announced the appointment of Ma. Rosario “Charo” Santos-Concio as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective January 1, 2013. The new position is in addition to her role as the company’s President and Chief Content Officer. Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III continues to be the Chairman of the Board of ABS-CBN.

Charo Santos-Concio Appointed as CEO of ABS-CBN Corporation

As ABS-CBN President, Santos-Concio conceptualized strategies and solutions for the company’s growth, helping it achieve profit margins, record-high advertising revenues, and leadership in nationwide TV ratings.

It was also during Santos-Concio’s term that the network was named as one of the top 15 highest scoring companies and the only publicly listed media organization to garner a score for 90% or higher in the Institute of Corporate Directors’ 2008 Corporate Governance Scorecard.

Before being promoted to President in 2008, she served as ABS-CBN’s Head for Channel 2 in 2006, Executive Vice President in 1998, Senior Vice President of TV Production in 1996, Vice President of Production Operations in 1991, and Director for Programs in 1989. She joined ABS-CBN as Consultant in 1987.

As a programming executive and producer, she is credited with ABS-CBN’s leadership in the TV and movie market with top-rating programs and high-grossing films under her helm, such as “Esperanza,” “Pangako Sa ‘Yo,”  and “May Bukas Pa,” the sitcom “Home Along Da Riles” that revived the King of Comedy Dolphy’s career, and Star Cinema’s quality movies that broke box-office records.

Santos-Concio is a recipient of many awards for her work and contribution to the film and broadcast industry, including Film Academy of the Philippines’ Manuel de Leon Award, Hall of Fame Awards for her long-running drama anthology “Maalaala Mo Kaya” from the Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA), PMPC Star and Anak TV Awards, CEO Communication Excellence in Organizations (CEO EXCEL) Awards, and CMO Awards’ Woman Super Achiever Award.

She began her career in media as a production assistant in “John en Marsha,” then moved on to become a drama actress and producer for BanCom Audiovision, Experimental Cinema of the Philippines, Vanguard Films, Regal Films, and Vision Exponents.

Before becoming a media executive, Santos-Concio became famous for acting in critically acclaimed films, most notably in “Brutal,” “Kisapmata,” “Gumapang Ka sa Lusak,” and Mike de Leon’s “Itim,” for which she won the Best Actress award in the 1978 Asian Film Festival.

She graduated cum laude from St. Paul’s College in Manila with a degree in Communications Arts and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in 2007.

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MMK Elevated to CMMA's 'Hall of Fame' for Best TV Drama Program

Posted on October 2, 2012 | 6:40 PM

ABS-CBN’s top-rating and longest-running drama anthology, “Maalaala Mo Kaya” was recently elevated to the Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) Hall of Fame for Best TV Drama Program.

“MMK” host Charo Santos-Concio personally received the award and shared the recognition to all the TV viewers who followed their show for more than 20 years.

MMK Elevated to CMMA's 'Hall of Fame' for Best TV Drama Program

“The secret of ‘MMK’s success is our viewers,” said Concio. “I believe that Filipinos worldwide keep on watching the show because it continues to give them hope and inspiration.”

Meanwhile, Zanjoe Marudo returns to “MMK” this Saturday (October 6) for another touching heavy family drama, where he will portray the role of a dedicated father and husband who suffered from liver cancer.

Zanjoe Marudo and Dimples Romana on MMK this October 6

Aside from Zanjoe, also part of the episode are Dimples Romana, Aaron Junatas, Clarence Delgado, Yogo Singh, Levi Ignacio, and Isay Alvarez. It was researched by Akeem del Rosario, written by Maan Fampulme, and directed by Dado.

Don’t miss the heartwarming family drama this Saturday in the 34th CMMA Hall of Fame Awardee for Best TV Drama Program, “Maalaala Mo Kaya” (MMK), after “Wansapanataym” on ABS-CBN. For more updates, log on to www.mmk.abs-cbn.com, and follow @MMKOfficial on Twitter and visit the official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MMKOfficial.

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"Salamat Tito Dolphy," ABS-CBN's Grand Tribute to PH King of Comedy

Posted on July 13, 2012 | 10:03 PM

ABS-CBN Corporation, led by its chairman and chief executive officer, Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III paid tribute to a ‘Kapamilya’ for more than 40 years, the late King of Comedy Dolphy via necrological services themed “Salamat, Tito Dolphy: Pagsaludo sa Hari ng Komedya,” held last Wednesday, at the Dolphy Theater of ABS-CBN.

Salamat Tito Dolphy, an ABS-CBN tribute

“He is an inspiration to all of us in the broadcast industry with his humility, his talent, and above all, his ability to constantly reinvent himself to live and fight another day. Dolphy will always live in the heart and soul of ABS-CBN. To all of us here at ABS-CBN, you wil always be Kapamilya,” said Lopez. Together with channel head Cory Vidanes and other ABS-CBN executives, he welcomed Dolphy’s remains and his family at the network’s compound.

ABS-CBN chairman Gabby Lopez
ABS-CBN president and chief operating officer Charo Santos-ConcioSantos, who worked with Dolphy initially as a production assistant and later as a leading lady in a movieremembered Dolphy for his utmost modesty who never changed despite his stature in life.

“Tulad ng lahat, tinitingala ko si Dolphy bilang isang Hari ng Komedya. Pero ang haring nakita ko ay isang haring nakatuntong sa lupa,” she shared. “Ang paghanga ko sa isang ‘idol,’ ay naging pagkamangha ko sa isang totoong tao.”

Dolphy’s relationship with ABS-CBN spanned four decades. ABS-CBN renamed its studio 1 to Dolphy Theater in 2008 in honor of Dolphy during his 80th birthday in 2008 for his loyalty to the network and his legendary contribution to the Philippine entertainment industry.

Dolphy's long-time partner Zsa Zsa Padilla
In her eulogy, Dolphy’s long-time partner ZsaZsa Padilla expressed gratitude to ABS-CBN, which had been his second ‘home.’ She said, “Salamat sa ABS-CBN na sumugal kay Dolphy nooong 1992, para makabalik siya sa pinakamamahal niyang telebisyon. Maraming salamat, ABS-CBN, for taking care of his legacy, preserving his body of works for generations of Filipinos to enjoy in perpetuity.”

“I know that this service will make Dolphy so happy dahil mula pa sa panahon ni Kapitan Geny Lopez, si Dolphy sa buhay, kamatayan at sa langit ay isang tunay na Kapamilya,” added ZsaZsa who ended her speech by singing their theme song,“Through the Years” that moved everyone to tears.

Dolphy's son, Eric Quizon
In addition, Dolphy’s son Eric Quizon, imparted how his father wanted to be ‘home.’ “My dad kept on saying, ‘uwi na ako.’ That was the phrase that he kept on saying to all of us. his wish was granted. Today, we brought him home to Marina, and then we brought him here, to his family, his Kapamilya; and then now, he’s home with His Creator,” shared Eric.

Among those who delivered their touching tributes in the eulogy program were Nova Villa, Dolphy’s on-screen partner for 15 years on Kapamilya TV sitcom “Home Along Da Riles;” Victor de Guzman, former director of “Home Along Da Riles” and son of veteran comedian Teroy de Guzman; and film producer Marichu Vera-Perez of Sampaguita Pictures.

“He was our biggest yet humble star (in Sampaguita Pictures); he will always be the Filipino people’s artist,” Vera-Perez said.

Aside from ABS-CBN talents, those celebrities who also attended the necrological service in Dolphy Theater were Sen. Loren Legarda, Mayor Alfredo Lim, MTRCB chairperson Grace Poe-Llamanzares, Gloria Diaz, Boots Anson-Roa, Celso Ad Castillo, Bella Flores, brothers Randy and Rowell Santiago, Noel Trinidad, Edgar Mortiz, Matutina, and Maricel Soriano, who played Dolphy’s daughter in the long-running sitcom “John En Marsha.”

Toni Gonzaga, Ted Failon, Kris Aquino
After the necrological services and eulogy, Dolphy Theater welcomed almost 6,000 fans who trooped outside the vicinity of ABS-CBN and patiently waited for hours for the first public viewing of Dolphy’s remains. Fans were given free snack and drinks after the viewing.

Dolphy’s homecoming in ABS-CBN did not only serve as a reunion among comedy king’s families and friends, but also brought together competing TV networks following ABS-CBN’s decision to allow other TV news organizations to cover the necrological services and provided video of the arrival honors and public viewing inside the Dolphy Theatre.

“Salamat, Tito Dolphy: Pagsaludo sa Hari ng Komedya,” was aired on Studio 23, ANC, DZMM TeleRadyo, and livestreamed via abs-cbnnews.com.

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