At four months of failing to render its broadcasting service due to legal disputes with the Philippine government, giant company ABS-CBN officially transitions to going full digital as it announces the Kapamilya Online Live.

Using the social media platform, Facebook and YouTube, as its venues, the Lopez-owned establishment is resorting to free streaming its digital contents. Consequently, this will serve some 50 million subscribers and followers combined.

Accessible via ABS-CBN Entertainment’s Facebook and YouTube accounts, the Kapamilya Online Live features new episodes of favorite ABS-CBN shows, including “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” “A Soldier’s Heart,” “It’s Showtime,” “Magandang Buhay,” “Love Thy Woman,” etc. The list also includes news programs, “TV Patrol” and “The World Tonight.”

Alternatively, avid fans of ABS-CBN’s programs can still watch their preferred shows via Kapamilya Channel, which saw satellite TV and cable rollout nationwide just last June. 

ABS-CBN is also the same company behind the successful streaming service, iWant, which has 11 million subscribers and the largest library of Filipino-made contents to date.

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