Cebu Citizens-Press Council

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Define fake news, measures vs. Net ghosts: CCPC

October 6, 2017 · No Comments

RESOLUTION STATING POSITION OF CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL (CCPC) ON SENATE BILL 1492 CRIMINALIZING FAKE NEWS

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IN SUM, CCPC ASKS CONGRESS:

1. For an explicit definition of “fake news” as it tells only what fake news can do and not what it is.  [Read more →]

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Visit CJJ Gallery, CJJ Books during Press Week!

September 15, 2017 · No Comments

Students who present student ID enter Museo Sugbo for free from Sept. 18-23

On the occasion of Cebu Press Freedom Week, celebrated on Sept. 16-23 this year, members of the general public, especially students and the media, are invited to visit the Cebu Journalism and Journalists (CJJ) Gallery at Museo Sugbo (the former Provincial Jail) on M.J. Cuenco Ave., Cebu City; and the CJJ Books Section, the section devoted to journalism books and other journalism-related materials in the Cebu City Public Library located at the ground floor of the Rizal Memorial Library & Museum building on Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City. [Read more →]

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Ban on release of police spot reports ‘unproductive’

September 14, 2017 · No Comments

CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL STATEMENT
Sept. 14, 2017

Tell media any major change
of procedure in releasing
police spot reports.
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House okays Cebu Press Freedom Day as holiday

August 25, 2017 · No Comments

An act of Congress will recognize the celebration of Cebu Press Freedom Day Sept. 21 of every year as a “special working holiday” in the entire Cebu. [Read more →]

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CCPC seeks donations of journalism books

May 1, 2017 · No Comments

The Cebu Citizens-Press Council (CCPC) is soliciting donations for a section on journalism that was recently set up at the Cebu City Public Library (CCPL), which occupies the ground floor of the Rizal Memorial Library and Museum located along Osmeña Blvd.

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/opinion/2017/04/30/editorial-journalism-books-citizens-539368

 

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