Preserving History, Resisting Forgetfulness: ‘Serve’ Sheds Light on Student Journalism During Philippine Martial Law...
“So, why this book?” veteran journalist Jo-Ann Q. Maglipon said at the launch of the anthology, Serve. “To fight fantasy, forgetting, flagellation. To stop the gaslighting of activists of yesteryears for the resurrection of a dictator’s family. To rebuke the exhortation of harmony and unity, false and deceitful. To demand apology, atonement, redress. And yes, to remind the powers—we are here, we remember everything, and we write.”
Maria Ressa, Filipino Nobel laureate and esteemed press freedom advocate, will take center stage at the Nobel Prize Summit on Truth, Trust, and Hope tonight to present an ambitious 10-point plan aimed at taming Big Tech and rejuvenating the landscape of journalism.
De La Salle University - Dasmariñas (DLSU-D) in Cavite is staging fact-checking events during its annual Communication Impact (COMPACT) Days, returning this November 2022 in-person two years after the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
Filipino broadcast Journalist Karmina Constantino has been named the new Marshall McLuhan Fellow for Excellence in Journalism.
Good News Pilipinas is opening a Virtual Internship Program for Multimedia Content Interns.
Here's how you can join the Google Philippines and FYT Media webinar to fight vaccine misinformation offered to students and community journalists.
A free webinar on Science, Technology, and Innovation Journalism in the 4th Industrial Revolution is going live on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, to mark World Press Freedom Day.
Multi-awarded Filipino broadcast journalist and University of the Philippines teacher Kara David is sharing free video tutorials for students and teachers of journalism and TV scriptwriting.
University of Santo Tomas (UST) Journalism student Alodia Berzel A. Laguardia won a press award at the Asia World Model United Nations III (AWMUN) event held in Bali, Indonesia. UST reports that the freshman student...
Student journalists from Team CALABARZON brought home the over-all championship award at the 2015 National Schools Press Conference (NSPC).