The audience did not see the images of the protest on TV because debtors of the broadcasting rights of the Ecuadorian soccer matches kept them, but those who went to the stadiums, including several leaders, made viral the images through social networks. In two scenarios of Quito there was only one way to demand that television stations seized by the state pay their debts.
“Representatives of the television channels, please pay the broadcasting rights. We also have families,” said the banner held by players of The National and Aucas teams, in the Atahualpa Olympic Stadium. The same protest that replicated in the Ponciano stadium, where the Liga de Quito and Barcelona teams played. In both cases the posters made reference to TC and GamaTV, channels under state control.