NUJP introduces emergency fund for media workers

NUJP introduces emergency fund for media workers

After the death of veteran journalist and former chairman of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP), Nonoy Espina, the nation’s union formally announced on July 8 an emergency fund in honor of the late newsman.

Philippines Communication Society elects new board

Philippines Communication Society elects new board

By VIRTUAL BOARD MEETING. Top row: Flordeliz Abanto, Maria Angelica Abad, Grace Javier Alfonso, and Elena Pernia; second row: Jim Duran, Dante Velasco, Kriztine Rosales-Viray, and Randy Jay Solis; third row: Christine Cox, Gina Lumauig, Jonalou Labor, and Edna...

‘Media owners the weak link in fight for free press’

‘Media owners the weak link in fight for free press’

The shutdown of media giant ABS-CBN has created a chilling effect especially on media owners who don’t want their business interests caught in the crossfire of Duterte’s clash with the press, journalists said in a Press Room podcast on Saturday, May 8.

‘ABS-CBN shutdown produced chilling effect’

‘ABS-CBN shutdown produced chilling effect’

Mike Navallo, head of the recently revived ABS-CBN chapter of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines, said the shutdown did not affect his work but sent a clear message to the news media: going against the administration has consequences.