The Armed Forces of the Philippines recognized ABS-CBN reporter Chiara Zambrano’s coverage of the West Philippine Sea.
The NUJP called for media companies to provide their workers with free swab testing, hazard pay “especially for those covering on the ground” and health insurance.
The House Committee on Public Information has formed a technical working group (TWG) to discuss and consolidate 19 legislative measures on Freedom of Information (FOI).“These measures will seek to put in place an enabling law that will help implement the provisions of...
“We are tempted to thank President Rodrigo Duterte for proving us right about what we have been saying all along, that the shutdown of ABS-CBN was a personal vendetta that a lapdog Congress helped seal.”
Broadcast journalist Ted Failon is set to leave the ABS-CBN network and will make his final appearance on “TV Patrol” and “Failon Ngayon sa TeleRadyo” on Aug. 31.
Broadcast journalist Cathy Yang has been appointed head of corporate communications of the PLDT group, the telco giant announced in a statement on Thursday.
A former People’s Television (PTV) host said he was fired by the state-run broadcasting network over his critical tweets on the ABS-CBN franchise issue.
The Presidential Broadcast Staff under Radio Television Malacañang (PBS-RTVM) Manila Office was placed on a two-week lockdown after two of its staff were confirmed Covid-19 positive on Tuesday. RTVM executive director Demic Pabalan said in a statement that aside from...
The National Union of Journalists in the Philippines on Monday, July 27, urged media workers to not succumb to fear or surrender to lies especially at this time when the media and the truth are “increasingly under siege.”
In a statement, the NUJP said the Rappler executive editor was a victim of a “vindictive government.”
Malacañang on Wednesday slammed Rappler Executive Editor Maria Ressa for “playing victim” by bringing up the franchise denial of ABS-CBN after pleading not guilty to one of five tax-related charges she faces.
Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo on Friday fired tirades against ABS-CBN anchors, accusing them of having “anti-administration” biases.
Malacañang on Thursday acknowledged the possibility of using shuttered ABS-CBN’s frequencies for distance learning, but it would be up to the Department of Education and Commission on Higher Education.
Workers of ABS-CBN who will be affected by the failure of the network’s franchise bid should receive compensation from the company, the Department of Labor and Employment said on Tuesday.
Journalists, editors and media workers from different media organizations advocated for their ABS-CBN colleagues whose jobs were jeopardized by House lawmakers’ decision to deny the company a fresh broadcasting franchise.
Writers, journalists and educators expressed outrage over House lawmakers’ decision to deny ABS-CBN Corp. a new broadcasting franchise.