Southern Luzon State University’s request for the 25-year franchise for the TV and Radyo SLSU passed the second reading in the Lower House, Sept. 14.
The Secretariat of the Committee on Legislative Franchises (CLF), Ms. Portia Silang, stated in a correspondence with Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes, University President, that the TV and Radyo SLSU has successfully passed the congress.
She also stated that the bill which was sponsored by Cong. Mark Enverga, Cong. Aleta Suarez, Cong. Anna Villaraza-Suarez, Cong. David “Jay-Jay Suarez, and Cong. Angelina “Helen” Tan is set to be calendared for its third reading and eventually elevated to the Senate.
The establishment of Radio and Television Broadcasting Stations is an opportunity for SLSU to enrich its approaches in providing education, training, and valuable information to its clienteles, including students and various communities.
Article by: Amiel Jansen Demetrial