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Jurassic provisions in Cybercrime Law–PPI

February 24, 2014 · No Comments

Statement of  Atty Jesus G. Dureza, chairman/president of the Philippine Press Institute, re the Supreme Court ruling on the Cybercrime Law

February 24, 2014

Remove Jurassic penal sanctions—PPI [Read more →]

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Media outlets’ publicity about their own relief work

December 7, 2013 · No Comments

By Pachico A. Seares
Media’s Public
Saturday, December 7, 2013

DIDN’T TV networks and other news organizations breach ethics in focusing coverage on their relief work during the Yolanda super-storm last Nov. 8 and the 7.2-magnitude earthquake last Oct. 15? [Read more →]

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Journalists share lessons on disaster reporting

December 5, 2013 · No Comments

After super typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) slammed into the central Philippines on Nov. 8, journalists who emerged from the devastation it wrought learned what deprivation was about, including deprivation of resources needed to report the news. [Read more →]

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CCPC commends Cebuanos for journalism honors

December 5, 2013 · No Comments

RESOLUTION OF CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL (CCPC)
congratulating and expressing appreciation for journalism honors won by Nini B. Cabaero and Eileen G. Mangubat

CONSIDERING that last May 3, 2013, NINI B. CABAERO, Sun.Star News Exchange and Sun.Star Online editor-in-chief, was chosen by Center for Media Freedom & Responsibility (CMFR) as Sandra Burton-Nieman fellow, one of 24 journalists from all over the world and across media [Read more →]

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CCPC seeks help for journalist-typhoon victims

November 14, 2013 · No Comments

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE JOURNALISTS AFFECTED BY TYPHOON YOLANDA
Nov. 14, 2013

At least four broadcast reporters, two from dyBR and two from dyVL (Aksyon Radyo), died in the Nov. 8 typhoon. Eleven other media workers, including one reporter for the local paper and correspondent for BusinessWorld and one stringer for Rappler, were reported missing. [Read more →]

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