Naghayag ng pasasalamat ang ABS-CBN president at CEO na si Carlo Katigbak para sa partnership nila ng ALLTV sa ginanap na contract signing ng content agreements sa Britanny Hotel Villar City nitong Martes, Abril 23.

“Thank you for believing in ABS-CBN, for believing in us. Even it took a while to get where we are now. As you know, we take our relationship with our partners very, very seriously. [...] We are excited to bring the ABS-CBN brand of storytelling to the audience,” saad ni Katigbak.

“There’s a bit of sentimental note for us today because we are bringing one of our longest-running programs, ‘TV Patrol,’ back to Channel 2. I know there some who feel that—feel something—over our turn to our former channel, a home that was once hours,” aniya.

Dagdag pa niya: “But in all humility, let’s try and put all of the past behind us and embrace instead our mission to serve the Filipino, wherever they may be.”

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Kaya naman, matapos ang pagpirma ng kontrata ay naglabas ng joint statement ang ABS-CBN Corporation at Advanced Media Broadcasting System (AMBS) kaugnay sa ilang programang eere sa ALLTV.

MAKI-BALITA: Bukod sa TV Patrol: Ilang Kapamilya shows, mapapanood na sa ALLTV!