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[From the web] Respect the students’ right to press freedom! Statement calling for an end to campus press freedom violations committed against UPHL Gazette -CEGP by hronlineph.com on Feb 4, 2013Respect the students’ right to press freedom! Statement calling for an end to campus press freedom violations committed against UPHL Gazette. The College Editors Guild of the Philippines – Southern Tagalog chapter expresses strong support to the...



FREE PRESS – “Right to Reply” protects media by DURIAN POST on Jan 31, 2013 The “right to reply” provision contested by media organizations serves as a “protection” to media outlets and not a burden to them, Commission on Elections Chairman Sixto Brillantes, Jr. said Thursday. The provision is conta...



[Featured Site] Visual Spectrum by Carlo Dimaano by hronlineph.com on Jan 25, 2013Visual Spectrum Visual art has shown that art without advocacy floats in a void while art with a direction and reflective of the people’s sentiments is by itself an accomplishment that can be instantly shared with others.  A bold move to break awa...



[Featured Video] Speak up against impunity -NUJP by hronlineph.com on Jan 22, 2013SPEAK UP AGAINST IMPUNITY National Union of Journalists of the Philippines January 23 marks the 39th month since the Ampatuan Massacre. Since 1986, 154 journalists, including 32 of the 58 victims in the brutal murder, have been killed in the line of...



Reviewing the Campus Journalism Act of 1991 by Rising Sun on Jan 17, 2013N.B. – This is my keynote speech for the National Conference on Campus Journalism and 6th Writing Competition on January 17, 2013 at the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP)-Tagaytay. I was invited by the Organization of Student Service...



Russia lost 341 Journalists over 20 years by DURIAN POST on Dec 16, 2012MOSCOW  – A total of 341 journalists were killed or reported missing in Russia over the 20 years since the Soviet Union’s demise, Russian media reported on Saturday. The figure includes correspondents who died during wars and anti-terrorist...



yoannmichaux: The Censorship never gives up. It always comes... by Vinyl on Dec 5, 2012yoannmichaux: The Censorship never gives up. It always comes back in a disguise. Brazilian Press Association. 100 years fighting for freedom of speech. ABI Ads by Africa Good advertisement. As a mass communication student, I think this ad is very r...



KINS OF MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE VICTIMS MARK ALL SOULS DAY WITH CALLS FOR SWIFT JUSTICE by capturements on Nov 3, 2012GENERAL SANTOS CITY — Family members of media workers killed in the infamous Ampatuan massacre in Maguindanao province marked All Saint’s Day with visits to cemeteries and calls for a speedy trial as the gory manslaughter approaches its third...



Another Maguindanao massacre suspect arrested by Ani-Stream on Nov 2, 2012DAVAO CITY, Philippines  – One of the suspects of the infamous Maguindanao massacre was arrested by authorities at midnight Thursday in Surallah, South Cotabato. In an interview here with Supt. Joel Limson, deputy provincial director for opera...



Community Press Role in Nation Building by Random Thoughts of Gil Camporazo on Aug 14, 2012Philippine Press Institute (PPI) Executive Director Ariel Sebellino stressed the role of community press which is for nation building by "preserving democracy and protecting press freedom" in his... This is a content summary only. Visit my website f...