Former news anchor of ABS-CBN offering job for a new Chinese-owned Broadcasting Network but declined the offer

Radio host Waldy Carbonell, who was also a former host / anchor of ANC and Iraq War Correspondent, in the DWBL Democrat program, offered him to be editor-in-chief of the news department for the new TV networkWATCH: Radio host Waldy Carbonell, who was also a former host / anchor of ANC and Iraq War Correspondent, in the DWBL Democrat program, offered him to be editor-in-chief of the news department for the new TV network Here in the Philippines that Hong Kong-based businessmen hold that will allegedly replace ABS-CBN.

′′ I want to mention it again. I am getting a new TV station. Oh, I was approached. We met at Villamor Villamor Golf Club]…

′′ I was approached by a former Public Relations Officer of Philippine Airlines who is now a Public Relations Man of the newly established network of Chinese who will replace ABS-CBN.

′′ This has been happening for two months. What he told me, ‘ ABS-CBN IS DONE DEAL. Franchise will not be renewed. That will be gone and we will be the replacement! ‘ ‘

′′ ‘ I’m going to have a good time, ‘ Who’s that group? ‘ ‘

′′ It’s a group of Hongkong people and their purpose is to build a TV station here in the Philippines. ‘ ‘

′′ It’s my turn, ‘ It’s not possible for foreigners to own the media. ‘ ‘

′′ Oh, he said, ‘ You know, this is the Philippines – it’s all okay; especially when it’s Chinese.”

′′ I said, ‘ You don’t have franchise because ABS-CBN is still there.

′′ He said to me, ‘ We now have a franchise that used to be a standby franchise without moving; and it was awarded to us by Malacañang.”
Video Credit to: Expose Philippines

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