Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto earlier said that the proposal would only be passed if it was backed by Malacañang.
Webinar for journalists tackles gender-based violence that adds to the burden of COVID-19 for Filipino women migrant workers
QUEZON CITY – A webinar hosted by the Department of Journalism, UP Diliman, and Spotlight Initiative of UN Women will discuss gender-based violence experienced by Filipino women migrants at the same time that they are experiencing stress brought by COVID-19...
A YouTube channel supportive of President Rodrigo Duterte has targeted the media, more particularly a Philstar.com reporter, over reporting of the president’s comment that there are 167 million drug users in the Philippines.
PCOO Usec. Lorraine Marie Badoy claimed that cases filed against her by the NUJP and other groups were dismissed by the Supreme Court for “lack of evidence”
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.
Rappler Executive Editor Maria Ressa, whom President Rodrigo Duterte accused of being “a fraud” in a state broadcast Wednesday, said the president’s remarks were “hilarious and sad.”
CNN Philippines temporarily shut down operations Tuesday evening after a utility staff tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III on Thursday lashed out at lawyers of broadcasting giant ABS CBN for making claims that the company’s seasonal work arrangement for program employees received tacit approval from the Department of Labor and Employment.
PBA Party-list Rep. Jericho Nograles on Monday requested the inclusion in the anti-terrorism bill of a provision protecting the free expression of artists.
The Philippine Judges Association (PJA) on Monday said it was “saddened” by the vilification of the judiciary and expressed fear that the public might lose faith and respect in the country’s justice system, following the cyber libel conviction of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa.
Malacañang on Tuesday said it respects the decision of the Supreme Court to dismiss the quo warranto case filed by Solicitor General Jose Calida in February against broadcasting giant ABS-CBN.
The Lopez family worked to reclaim ownership of ABS-CBN after the 1986 People Power revolt when the Aquino government initially decided not to return the TV network, ABS-CBN’s vice chairman told lawmakers on Wednesday.