JEERS TO several major newspapers for promoting a possible presidential candidate in next year’s elections.
CHEERS TO the Philippine Daily Inquirer for a story on a possible Constitutional violation in the re-election of Vice President Jejomar Binay as Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP) President.
The Philippine National Police has a possible lead on the killing of a cameraman and driver of the local franchise holder of Cable News Network (CNN) on June 25 in Imus, Cavite. Cavite Province is 49.62 kilometers south of Manila.
Members of the House of Representatives threatened to cite in contempt a local journalist in connection with a series of controversial stories on the supposed bribery allegations in the House in exchange for the swift passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).
The Institute for Autonomy and Governance is organizing the discussions in partnership with the Senate Economic Planning Office (SEPO), Local Government Development Foundation (LOGODEF) and the Senate-Muslim Advocates for Peace and Progress.
The continuing killing of journalists and media workers is still the main threat to media freedom and the autonomy of journalists in the Philippines.
4th Plaridel Excellence in Filipino-American Journalism Awards, Cornell University Alliance for Science Journalism Fellowship
VETERAN PHOTOJOURNALIST and UP lecturer Dennis M. Sabangan died of a heart attack Monday morning, June 29. He was 41; SURROUNDED by family members, British journalist Peter Storah died Saturday, June 20, after suffering a short illness. He was 79.
By Luis V. Teodoro
“BIZARRE” WAS how an American journalist, who’s in the Philippines to write an article on the killing of journalists, described what he’s finding out, among them:
Will the House Leadership Give Time for FOI?
TODAY, WE give way to the statement below by House Committee on Public Information Chairperson Rep. Jorge Almonte and the House FOI champions and authors. They released the statement yesterday during their briefing for the press at the House of Representatives.