DLSU lights up in red, green, blue in support of ABS-CBN

Published May 6, 2020, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Gabriela Baron

The De La Salle University (DLSU) on Tuesday lit up in red, green, and blue, to show support to ABS-CBN Corp., hours after the network was ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to shut down its television and radio operations.

(Photo courtesy of Br. Edgar Esparagoza FSC / DLSU / MANILA BULLETIN)
(Photo courtesy of Br. Edgar Esparagoza FSC / DLSU / MANILA BULLETIN)

“In solidarity with ABS-CBN, its employees, and the millions of Filipinos who depend on the broadcast network for news and information,” the university said in Facebook post.

DLSU lights ups the iconic St. La Salle Hall in the colors of the company to appeal to the NTC to grant provisional authority for the continued operation of the broadcast giant.

ABS-CBN Corp. stopped its broadcast operations Tuesday night in compliance with the NTC order.

The order covers 42 television stations across the country, including the flagship Channel 2, 10 digital broadcast channels, 18 FM, stations and 5 AM stations, including DZMM radio