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

May 5th, 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 […]

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Media-academe forum tackles election coverage

March 4th, 2016 · No Comments

Conversation: Cebu Media-Academe ForumForum 2 Topic: Election CoverageDate: October 10, 2015Venue: Southwestern University PanelistsEileen Mangubat (Publisher, Cebu Daily News)Isolde Amante (Editor-in-chief, Sun.Star Cebu)Cherry Ann Lim (Managing editor for special pages and features, Sun.Star Cebu)Joeberth Ocao (Assistant news and online editor, The Freeman)Atty. Ruphil Bañoc (Station manager, dyHP-RMN Cebu)

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Conversation: Cebu Media-Academe Forum launched

April 23rd, 2015 · No Comments

Conversation: Cebu Media-Academe ForumForum 1 Topic: Media CoverageDate: February 27, 2015Venue: St. Theresa’s College PanelistsJoseph Tubilan (Features Editor, Superbalita [Cebu])Bency Ellorin (Editor, Cebu Daily News)Razel Cuizon (Reporter, Sun.Star Cebu)Carlo Lorenciana (Business Reporter, The Freeman)Dr. Louise Librando (Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Southwestern University) School participantsSt. Theresa’s College CebuUniversity of San Jose-RecoletosSouthwestern UniversityCebu Normal University

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Libel decriminalization tackled at forum

May 5th, 2012 · No Comments

Forum discusses libel in mediaMedia organizations gather to celebrate 2012 World Press Freedom DaySun.Star Cebu, May 5, 2012 “IS the Philippines considered free as far as press freedom is concerned?” Pachico Seares, executive director of the Cebu Citizens-Press Council (CCPC), asked a forum celebrating the 2012 World Press Freedom Day. The audience was silent. With […]

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CCPC approves standards on covering religious officials

December 6th, 2006 · No Comments

The Cebu Citizens-Press Council on Dec. 5, 2006 approved standards on covering priests and other religious officials. The standards address the confusion and disagreement on identifying members of the clergy accused of civil or criminal wrongdoing. CCPC adopted a committee report submitted by members Mia Embalzado and Fr. Aloysius Cartagenas. Embalzado and Fr. Aloy had […]

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