Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar on Sunday guaranteed that President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration would continue to protect the rights and freedom of the press in the Philippines. Andanar gave the assurance as he joined journalists and media … Continue reading Andanar vows to uphold press rights, freedom
SC issues rules on media coverage The Supreme Court (SC) on Friday released guidelines for media coverage of the long-anticipated promulgation of the decision in the Maguindanao massacre case. Under full red alert status The National Capital Region Police Office … Continue reading Camp Bagong Diwa under red alert during Maguindanao Massacre promulgation
The Office of the President (OP) is set to investigate reported complaints of unfair labor practices in television (TV) networks involving employees who hold contractual and talent positions. This, after President Rodrigo R. Duterte tasked Special Assistant to the President … Continue reading Probe set vs. unfair labor practices in TV networks
YOUTH GROUP FILES ETHICS COMPLAINT AT OMBUDSMAN A youth group has filed administrativeethics complaint before the Office of the Ombudsman against Department of Justice (DoJ) Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre. The Millennial Against Dictators accused Aguirre of peddling “fake news” when he said … Continue reading ‘FAKE NEWS KING’ AGUIRRE IN HOT WATER
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Top editors at Australian newspapers The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald resigned Monday, after parent company Fairfax last week announced an overhaul designed to embrace the digital era. Peter Fray, publisher and editor-in-chief at the 180-year-old Sydney paper, and its first female editor Amanda Wilson, said they were leaving, as did The Age’s editor-in-chief Paul Ramadge. Their resignations pushed shares in the company down one cent to 57 cents, a record closing low. It follows last week’s shock announcement that Fairfax will slash about 1,900 jobs and downside The Herald and The Age from broadsheet to tabloid size and … Continue reading Top editors quit at Australian media giant Fairfax
Gunmen on a motorcycle have shot another journalist in southern Philippines on Tuesday, who but escaped death, authorities on Wednesday said. Charlie Monforte, a publisher of a local weekly and stringer for the state-owned Philippines News Agency is now undergoing treatment at a local hospital following the attack in Nabunturan town, in Mindanao’s Compostela Valley province, said Timoteo Pacleb, Compostela Valley police chief. Pacleb told Xinhua by text message that the victim was on his way home on his motorcycle when he was attacked in Poblacion village around 10 p.m. local time. “He was able to speed past and evade … Continue reading DAVAO JOURNALIST SURVIVES ATTACK
A three-man news team for the Dubai-based Al-Arabiya network are missing on a remote Philippine island notorious for Islamist militants and kidnappings, police said Friday. Jordanian Baker Atyani and his two Filipino crew failed to return to their hotel on Jolo island on Tuesday, provincial police chief Antonio Freyra said. “The Jolo mayor offered to provide security for them, but they declined, saying they would not go far from their hotel,” Senior Superintendent Freyra told AFP by telephone. Local authorities searched their rooms in Jolo town centre after the hotel owner reported to police that they failed to return in … Continue reading JORDANIAN journalist, 2 TV crewmen missing in southern philippines