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Current Rank: 41 (News & Journalism)
URL: http://bryantonpost.blogspot.com
Site Description: Hector Bryant L. Macale works as senior staffwriter at the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR). He is the assistant editor of the Philippine Journalism Review Reports (PJR Reports), CMFR's flagship media-monitoring publication.
Date Joined: Aug 25, 2005

Tags: media, journalism, press, freedom, ethics


Latest Blog Posts

Gatekeepers No More? Journalism in the Age of Web 2.0
on Oct 18, 2009 in Back to school Media issues In this day and age of Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and OhMyNews, how does the press adapt and find ways to survive? How does today’s journalism try and present its relevance in an age of information overload?Meet Faith Salazar,who represents a grow...



Swept Away
on Sep 26, 2009All that Maria Galope can save were her old television set, few wet clothes, and some scraps of rusty metal.Maria, a mother of six children, lost her house and belongings after tropical storm Ondoy (international name: Ketsana) swept her makeshift hu...



Interview with Maria Galope, Ondoy survivor
on Sep 26, 2009In this clip, Maria explains in Filipino how it happened.



The Day After Tragedy Struck
on Sep 26, 2009Ondoy ravages San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.



The Day After
on Sep 26, 2009Like the rest of the provinces in Luzon, Bulacan was not spared from Ondoy’s onslaught. According to local disaster officials, at least 38 people were killed in Bulacan. Officials also said at least 2,835 families in Bulacan were affected by floods...



Karahume: The Giver of Life
on Aug 29, 2009 in Back to school Here's a small clip I made for my multimedia class under Prof. DJ Clark. This is my first video, so all comments, negative or otherwise, are encouraged.



Why killing of journalists continues in the Philippines
on Aug 23, 2009 in Press Press freedom alert Press freedom and other democratic institutions were officially restored during after the ouster of Marcos dictatorship in 1986, yet Filipino journalists continue to get killed for their work, according to the Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists. D...



Oh, the callousness
on Jul 23, 2009 in Issues Just a quick post regarding the false alarm on President Corazon Aquino's death.The British Embassy in Manila made a major booboo today when it sent journalists a press release stating that the UK Government is extending its condolences "following th...



Oh, the callousness and insensitivity
on Jul 23, 2009 in Issues Just a quick post regarding the false alarm on President Corazon Aquino's death.The British Embassy in Manila made a major booboo today when it sent journalists a press release stating that the UK Government is extending its condolences "following th...



In their dying industry, how long can journalists stay?
on Jul 20, 2009 in Media issues Even if this piece is written almost two months ago, I still find it refreshing and inspiring. Addressing the 2009 UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism class last May, San Francisco Chronicle's Barbara Ehrenreich argues why journalists are here...



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