President / Carlo Katigbak

ABS-CBN President and CEO Carlo Katigbak was in the newsroom during the final national anthem aired before ABS-CBN went off air.

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President / Carlo Katigbak

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I am so grateful for all the retweeting of this message to @jack  It shows there is a desire for decency. Thank you SO MUCH for helping make this right. @Twitter , do the right thing. #Pleasedeletethosetweets  #gratitude 

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The protest was timed to coincide with when Hong Kong lawmakers were scheduled to debate legislation that would threaten a fine and prison for anyone found to be misusing or insulting China's national anthem

"All the officer had to do was just take his foot off his neck and it would've never happened." Hundreds of protesters are demanding #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd  in Minneapolis. He died after a white police officer kneeled on his neck even after he said, "I can't breathe."