Cebu Citizens-Press Council

Being accountable comes with being free

Press council, Police Regional Office 7 set up Election Media Center

May 5, 2016 · No Comments

For the third time, the Cebu Citizens-Press Council and the Police Regional Office 7 of the Philippine National Police will set up the Election Media Center to facilitate the flow of information between election news sources and journalists during the elections.

The Election Media Center (EMC) is a one-stop facility for information from agencies and groups that help ensure a peaceful, orderly and honest election in the region, particularly in Cebu. [Read more →]

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Media-academe forum tackles election coverage

March 4, 2016 · No Comments

Conversation: Cebu Media-Academe Forum
Forum 2

Topic: Election Coverage
Date: October 10, 2015
Venue: Southwestern University [

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10 years of CCPC: A snapshot

February 24, 2016 · No Comments


Sept. 21, 2005
1st quarterly meeting, held at Krua Thai, Banilad Town Centre, Cebu City

Sun.Star Cebu leads the revival of the Cebu Citizens-Press Council (CCPC), which had been in hibernation for three years, with a meeting involving the 15 people (members of media, semi-media and the public) invited to become members of the council. [Read more →]

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Shackled press in the time of Napoleon Rama

January 11, 2016 · 1 Comment

Statement of Cebu Citizens-Press Council 
on the death of Napoleon Rama

Jan. 11, 2016

In the Jan. 20, 1971 issue of “Philippines Free Press,” in his article “Will There Be Martial Law?” Napoleon G. Rama doubted if [Read more →]

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Letty Magsanoc embodied journalism ideals

December 26, 2015 · No Comments

Statement of Cebu Citizens-Press Council 
on the death of Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc

Dec. 26, 2015

Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc was more than the editor-in-chief of a prestigious national newspaper. To community journalists [Read more →]

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