ABS-CBN heeds NTC’s halt order; stops digital transmission via Channel 43

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MANILA, Philippines — Embattled media giant ABS-CBN Corp. on Tuesday announced that it will comply with the National Telecommunications Commission’s (NTC) cease-and-desist order (CDO) against the operation of its digital television transmission, TV Plus, via Channel 43 in Metro Manila.

In a statement, ABS-CBN confirmed it has received the alias CDO at 2:26 p.m., June 30.

“While channel 43 is not mentioned in NTC’s cease and desist order (CDO) of May 5, 2020, and it is ABS-CBN’s informed understanding that Channel 43 is not included in the CDO, digital TV transmission in Metro Manila using Channel 43 will cease tonight (June 30), consistent with the intent of the alias CDO,” the m…

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