Archive for the ‘Media’ Category

Trick or treat? Army officials treated by CA as Halloween nears By Julius D. Mariveles and Cong B. Corrales “SCARY." "Dismaying.” “Disappointing.” “A threat to our freedoms.” Reactions flew hard and fast yesterday after the Commission...

TRUE, FALSE, or somewhere in between? [caption id="attachment_16876" align="aligncenter" width="500"] PRESIDENT AQUINO, right, with Vice President Binay | PCOO Photo[/caption] Tuwid na Daan, the “straight path” or bedrock promise of President...

VICE PRESIDENT Jejomar C. Binay has launched his march to the presidency, with 17 months yet to go before the May 2016 elections. The wannabe-president has, in fact, taken the first step that six former presidents had all done to push their ride to power...

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...

Civil society, development experts weigh in on prospects for the people of Mindanao, after winning the peace By Julius D. Mariveles It is the region that exports gold and caviar. It is also here where the lives of some people are like those in the...

By Fernando R. Cabigao TODAY we commemorate the 58th month since the Ampatuan Massacre happened. It was on November 23, 2009 in Maguindanao province when 58 people were killed, 32 of them journalists and media workers. The massacre is the single...

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...