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‘Itigil ang pamamaslang, katarungan ipaglaban’

Ang masaklap na masaker ay hindi kailanman mabubura sa isipan ng maraming Filipino, lalong-lalo na sa mga diyarista

Mindanao journalists undergo ‘conflict-sensitive journalism’ training workshop

The workshop teaches journalists to develop the consciousness that it is part of their professional duty to build peaceful communities

Another Filipino journalist shot dead

Radio broadcaster Virgilio Sarmiento Maganes was shot several times while walking near his residence in Villasis town, Pangasinan

Closure of Philippine media giant causes gaps in disaster preparedness, say...

Communities in remote areas rely on free TV in getting information, especially visual information, about a typhoon or a calamity

Journalism: Most dangerous job in the Philippines

The truth hurts, they say, so authorities and tycoons warn journalists to keep a lid on it

Wind in a bottle: ABS-CBN’s storm chasers

Journalists themselves saw how ABS-CBN’s reach informed far-flung provinces of incoming storms

Processing what our eyes and ears tell us: Reflections on Journalism...

Reportage in the day and age of alt-truth must in no way stand on the fences of objective exposition

Media union backs Filipino journalists ‘under attack’

Dubbed “Masked Media” campaign, the activity aims to promote public awareness on the condition of press freedom in the country

Press Freedom under siege: what the future holds for Journalism in...

The future of journalism is rife with possibilities, if journalists are brave enough to imagine and create one for themselves

Young Guns: Campus Journalists in the Time of the Terror Law

Philippine history attests to the perils faced by the country's student writers

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