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As the threat of closure hangs over its head, ABS-CBN should look to its past to guide its future
The administration's social media blunders are worth calling out because they are symptoms of a much bigger problem that's persistent in the other aspects of Duterte's presidency
How will President Rodrigo Duterte's pivot to China change the long-standing alliance between the Philippine and US militaries? It's an important geopolitical issue that impacts the security landscape.
'The dynamism of the media [in the Philippines] has also been checked by the emergence of a leader who wants to show he is all powerful,' says media watchdog Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders and the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility both speak out days after a Rappler reporter was banned from entering the Malacañang complex
Press freedom is a continuous battle in the Philippines. The recent move of the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte is one of the worst against the media since Martial Law.
'The government has the obligation to foster an enabling environment for freedom of expression by taking measures to promote media and digital literacy'
Pangulong Duterte, kaaway mo ang mga nagpapalaganap ng kaisipan at paniniwalang ang pagtuligsa sa 'yo ay pagtataksil sa bayan. Kaaway mo ang mga bumubulong na pare-pareho dapat ang ating sinasabi at iniisip.
Duterte’s almost 5 months in the presidency has changed at least one thing about him: his opinion on the national attire
I am not at liberty to be angry at anybody It is your sworn duty to ask questions Wala akong galit sa inyo the President says
President Rodrigo Duterte catches reporters by surprise when he decides to take their questions during an oath taking ceremony in Malacañang Palace
In a pooled editorial over 20 media groups cite the importance of media s role as the people s private eye in the public arena considering the country s history under a dictatorship and its journey back into a democracy
The way Duterte handled the grilling of the journalists only heightened the public’s general distrust of their watchdogs His words make a neutral party look like his biased predators And where does it leave students like me?
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Ban Ki moon: I unequivocally condemn his apparent endorsement of extrajudicial killings which is illegal and a breach of fundamental rights and freedoms
President elect Rodrigo Duterte s recent comments on media killings are irresponsible in the extreme and unbecoming of any leader says Christof Heyns
It s better not to have interviews There will be no criticism no wrong statements no nothing says the Philippines incoming president
President elect Rodrigo Duterte’s reckless statement justifying the killing of journalists applies to many professions
Known for his good rapport with Davao based journalists Duterte has been in hot water over statements made in press conferences with international and national media
Rodrigo Duterte will instead course his messages through the state owned PTV 4 says his longtime aide
Church journalism politicians police – all There s a veil of hypocrisy President elect Rodrigo Duterte says
The president elect is dismissive and vague about how he intends to address the alarming rate of media killings in the Philippines
Duterte s statements on media killings were misinterpreted says his spokesman Salvador Panelo
Do not misinterpret the statement of the President Ang sinabi lang naman ng President we have freedom of the press but we also have to be responsible in exercising it
UPDATED Journalists groups slam President elect Rodrigo Duterte for justifying media killings while Reporters Without Borders urge Philippine media to boycott his press conferences