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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.
From ineffective COVID-19 cures, to conspiracy theories, to deliberate propagation of fake news and propaganda, the wave of misinformation and disinformation can claim lives. Without press...
Media practitioners, artists, and various organizations expressed their support in freedom of the press and freedom of expression in response to the possible removal of ABS-CBN...
EDSA I proved that the Marcosian utopia, the illusions created by the Martial Law with its atrocities behind it will not last. Media plays a big...
Student publications, writers and media organizations of the University stand together to hold the line amidst the Duterte administration’s efforts to curtail the freedom of speech...
Veteran journalist and executive director of Pacific Media Center David Robie advised students to take courage in the field of journalism in a lecture organized by...
“Be critical, not cynical.” That was the advice of blogger and Manila Bulletin columnist Tonyo Cruz to Thomasians in “Suri at Pili: A Media and Election...