Cebu Citizens-Press Council

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Ombudsman bares policy on release of information

April 20, 2015 · No Comments

STATEMENT OF THE CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL ON THE OMBUDSMAN POLICY OF RELEASING INFORMATION, DOCUMENTS TO MEDIA
April 20, 2015

The Visayas ombudsman may grant request from media for information on “final disposition” of cases involving public interest. [Read more →]

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Metrobank Foundation, Probe Media open nominations for Journalists of the Year search

February 16, 2015 · No Comments

Metrobank Foundation Inc., in partnership with Probe Media Foundation Inc., announces the opening of nominations for this year’s Metrobank Foundation Search for Journalists of the Year (JOY). [Read more →]

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CCPC decries “insertion” of media accreditation requirement in Sotto Law amendment

January 20, 2015 · No Comments

STATEMENT OF THE CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL ON THE SOTTO LAW AMENDMENT REGARDING MEDIA ACCREDITATION
Jan. 20, 2015

Cebu Citizens-Press Council eight years ago initiated the bill seeking to amend the Sotto Law (Republic Act 53, as amended). It helped in the drafting of the bill that Rep. Raul del Mar filed on June 28, 2006 as House Bill 2960, which the congressman from Cebu City has regularly re-filed since then. [Read more →]

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CCPC condemns attack on Paris journalists

January 8, 2015 · No Comments

STATEMENT OF THE CEBU CITIZENS-PRESS COUNCIL ON THE PARIS ATTACK
Jan. 8, 2015

The Jan. 7 terrorist attack on the French weekly “Charlie Hebdo” in Paris was an act of violence that people who value peace and freedom must condemn. [Read more →]

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Community press urged to help curb impunity

December 11, 2014 · No Comments

A RESOLUTION ENCOURAGING THE COMMUNITY PRESS TO HELP CURB IMPUNITY THROUGH VIGILANCE AGAINST CONDITIONS THAT PROMOTE IT

WHEREAS, impunity, or escape from punishment, has been largely blamed for the murder of 58 people, including 32 journalists and media workers, in the Ampatuan Massacre of Nov. 23, 2009, and for other executions or disappearances of activists, student and labor leaders, and reformers in the country; [Read more →]

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