Archive for the ‘Investigative Reports’ Category

CEBU CITY -- Going back to the basic tenets of good reporting, abiding by ethical standards, maintaining independence, and working hard are essential in upholding press freedom and serving the community. These were the insights shared by a panel of...

TODAY on our Journalist's Toolbox | Resources: A Guide to Investigative Books and Films from the Global Investigative Journalism Network. Does the name Gabriel Garcia Marquez sound familiar? His works of magical realism like "Hundred Years of...

AN ONLINE tug 'o war on pending right of reply bills has been launched by the House of Representatives. The online poll posits this question: "Do you agree that a 'right of reply' provision must be incorporated in the proposed FOI statute?" Agree?...

By Charmaine P. Lirio TO SHARE or not to share -- that's a question that arguably shouldn’t even come up whenever the Supreme Court is asked for the Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) of its members and the rest of the judiciary....

Investigative Journalism: Defining the Craft Reblogged from the Global Journalism Investigative Network website While definitions of investigative reporting vary, among professional journalism groups there is broad agreement of its major components:...

IN THIS issue of Asia Journalism Focus published by Temasek Foundation's Asia Journalism Forum in Singapore, the work of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism in advancing data journalism was discussed. "Quality journalism is more needed...

By Sheila S. Coronel [Reprinted article from Sheila S. Coronel's blogpage WatchDog Watcher] THIS WEEK, I moderated a discussion that followed the screening of Silenced, a new documentary that tells the stories of three whistleblowers who exposed...