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Chino Nicanor, a writer for the drama 'A Soldier's Heart,' is just one of the thousands of employees affected by the shutdown of the media giant
Facebook urges users to 'continue reporting any accounts they believe may be inauthentic,' as alarm grows in the Philippines
But Youth Act Now Against Tyranny Baguio says the takedown is 'too late'
'Feeding the imagination is just as important as giving people bread'
Calida says the government was 'hoodwinked' by ABS-CBN when it used the franchises of companies it later came to own
As long as there are still Filipinos who choose to be misinformed and disinformed, the Philippines will still be a dangerous place for journalists
(3rd UPDATE) The Philippine Daily Inquirer says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr's tweet to its reporter is 'profane and insulting'
Rappler, its CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa, and former researcher Reynaldo Santos Jr file a demurrer with Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 46
YouTube is the new battleground in the fight against disinformation
‘Kung minsan nagkakamali yung nagtuturo especially the complainant,’ says PNP chief Oscar Albayalde after cops mistook 61-year-old Davao Today columnist Margarita Valle for a wanted criminal
Sa taong ito, 2018, higit kailanman, naging lubhang kritikal ang ginampanan ng social media para sa daily dose ng impormasyon (at disimpormasyon) ng marami sa atin
Users change their profile pictures on social media to the adorable yellow bear ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the Philippines
May parang kung anong manipulasyon para makalimutan natin ang napipinto nating pagkagutom
(5th UPDATE) 'The rape of Pepsi Paloma' and 'Was Pepsi Paloma murdered?' written by United States-based columnist Rodel Rodis are no longer available on Inquirer.net
(UPDATED) As the President enters his second year, we look back at the attacks that journalists have had to endure
The draft rules also require reporters who do not have special accreditation to cover the House of Representatives to secure temporary passes two days before their planned visit
'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
'It could portend a broader assault on journalists and news organizations whose critical watchdog role has magnified the government’s poor human rights record' Human Rights Watch Asia Division's Carlos Conde says
Philippines Archbishop Rolando J. Tria Tirona, OCD wears the statement shirt at the plenary of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines
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.
Reporters Without Borders identified 4 Filipino journalists killed in line with their work in 2017, adding that President Rodrigo Duterte's 'cryptic but alarming comment' against journalists in May 2016 proved to be more than just talk
Angkas has been widely used by its passengers as an alternative to the inefficient public transport in Metro Manila and to slip through the city's horrible traffic
We don’t mind being criticized; we just ask that it be honest and factual
The more the press becomes intimidated the more Duterte tries to intimidate it It’s simply the nature of the man as certified to clinically and as now revealed spectacularly in his presidency
Rappler is not alone in this challenging environment. Other journalists and media companies have been subjected to covert and overt forms of harassment.
The TV5 Employees Union says management has given conflicting reasons for the dismissal Manuel Pangilinan says whole new content strategy to make station debt free by 2019
UPDATED The journalists union condemns personal threats online against Gretchen Malalad and Jamela Alindogan over their reports on President Duterte s anti drug war
Here s how you can join the online conversation and make your voice heard during the second presidential debate in Cebu on Sunday March 20
The vice presidential candidate seeks to fill the gap in the Labor Code that doesn t provide normal hours of work for these employees
2nd UPDATE Industry members voice out their thoughts on the media working hours following the deaths of directors Francis Pasion and Wenn Deramas
UPDATED The Cagayan de Oro Press Club maintains government should make sure the national event is equally covered by mass media free from any monopoly CenterLaw meanwhile supports the suit against the Comelec chair
The release of the video could presage the announcement of a wilayat in the region soon
Philippine authorities will try to match 2014’s catch of more than P12B worth of illegal products and continue their information campaign about piracy
What does it take to give a candidate much coveted airtime?
Death comes early for Filipina worker on death row Mary Jane Veloso after Philippine newspapers kill her on their headlines ahead of Indonesia announcing a stay of her execution
Members of these syndicates befriend vulnerable victims they meet via the Internet and even offer marriage proposals to seal the relationship
What does the future of media look like for practitioners and consumers? Read on as we take you through the MSAP 2015 Media Congress
Senator Tito Sotto s bill includes broadcast and online journalists in the list of media practitioners who cannot be compelled to reveal their news sources
The important questions were never asked The contradictions were not questioned If anything the opportunity to know the Pope better was lost
Facebook is a very effective tool for mobilizing and exchanging information says Rafael Alunan of the West Philippines Sea Coalition
The GMA 7 Ramon Ang partnership sounds like an arranged marriage between one party that has run out of options and another that has yet to make its media telecom strategy take root
The Filipinos strength is just extraordinary Anderson Cooper tells David Letterman but it was upsetting [they did] not have any assistance
Anderson Cooper says Ms Sanchez is welcome to go there and I would urge her to go there
The BRP Alcaraz is journeying from San Diego California to the Philippines and is turning to a live blog Twitter and Facebook to share details about its trip
This is a story of culture shock and the realization that the next generation is taking over