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“If you're running a campaign based on ingenuity, lies, and falsehoods, that is a clumsy and amateurish campaign,” German said.
"[Y]ou cannot suddenly become ethical once you start covering elections. It's not instantaneous," a journalism professor said in a webinar on Saturday, June 26.
Veteran journalist and UST journalism professor urged media practitioners on Monday, Oct. 19, to take courage amid persistent attacks and to withstand tyranny in the country.