Home Tags Philippine media

Tag: Philippine media

Philippine court dismisses libel case vs journalist Maria Ressa, Rappler

Maria Ressa and Rappler are dealing with several other cases, including alleged tax offenses and violation of foreign ownership rules in media

Philippines slips in global press freedom Index; gov’t maintains media remain...

The Philippines is urged “to provide legal protection” to media workers and “to expedite the investigation of media-related killings"

Detained Filipino journalist goes back to work, vows to be voice...

Detained journalist Lady Ann Salem said a journalist should not only chronicle events but serve as the voice of the unheard in society

Police arrest suspected killer of Filipino journalist

The suspect has been tagged as one of the killers of Dennis Denora, publisher of Trends and Times, a community paper based in Davao del Norte

Philippine media groups hit delay in release of detained journalist

Lady Ann Salem remains in detention two weeks after a regional trial court dismissed charges against her

To cover for the purpose of uncovering: journalists’ war against disinformation

Documentation and holding the guilty accountable for the disinformation go hand in hand in pushing back the jaws of lies and inaccuracies

Philippine media groups condemn arrest of journalist on Human Rights Day

Altermidya, a network of independent publications, said the arrest is proof of the dangers of the "vile practice of red-tagging”

‘Salem Witch Hunts’: Clearly a Sham

It is apparent in the persecution of journalists that Duterte wants to be the hub of information, the one and only source of facts

Pagpaslang sa mga mamamahayag sa Mindanao, ginunita ng Simbahan

Panalangin ni Archbishop Martin Jumoad ng Ozamiz na sana makamit na ang ganap na hustisya para sa mga biktima at kanilang pamilya

‘Itigil ang pamamaslang, katarungan ipaglaban’

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

Support LiCAS.news

We work tirelessly each day to tell the stories of those living on the fringe of society in Asia and how the Church in all its forms - be it lay, religious or priests - carries out its mission to support those in need, the neglected and the voiceless.
We need your help to continue our work each day. Make a difference and donate today.