In an interview with Rappler, ex-president Benigno Aquino III says it 'doesn't make sense' for the businessman he once called 'idol' to destroy the Inquirer's image
From the perspective of the people, what is the story of the nation? Tell us through images.
Key stakeholders gather in Geneva to discuss ways to strengthen the implementation of the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity
The 3 journalists and two drivers are charged under section one of the draconian Unlawful Associations Act, which carries a sentence of up to 3 years in prison
CNN retracts a story on alleged ties between some Trump officials and a Russian bank, leading to the resignation of 3 of its journalists
Rappler journalist Patricia Evangelista wins the SOPA 2017 Awards for Editorial Excellence in Feature Writing for coverage of the drug war
The blocking of its channels and closure of bureaus in several Arab countries come as its home country Qatar faces a diplomatic crisis
It stokes the flames of a highly divisive issue like martial law. It also empowers trolls, poisons the well and lowers our collective IQ and EQ
House Bill 684 seeks to expand the coverage of the 70-year-old Shield Law which only exempts print journalists from revealing their news sources
Facebook and Google's collective share of global digital ad revenue was about 70% in late 2016, says an analyst. Some of it should be diverted to a journalism fund.
Rappler is on the lookout for talented and dedicated students who are willing to go beyond their comfort zones in a challenging internship environment
Evangelista’s ‘In the Name of the Father’ is one of the finalists in the awards' 'Excellence in Feature Writing' category
The article takes aim at senior leaders for sitting around holding peace talks and drinking wine while low-rank soldiers are being killed
(UPDATED) Ana Santos receives the Hildegarde 'People’s Choice Award in the Field of Print Journalism' for her articles that seek to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and reproductive health
Often, attacks on women online are sexually-laden. They are meant to demean. Men, when they get attacked online, also get death or physical threats as women do, but are spared comments about their bodies, or their sexuality.
Watch the commemoration of this year's World Press Freedom Day in Jakarta, Indonesia
In a post-truth world, what's the future of news like?
New regulations released by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) Tuesday will increase party control over who can publish what online, taking effect June 1
Managing editor Glenda M. Gloria joins 23 other journalists from all over the world who will be members of Nieman class of 2018
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calls on leaders and citizens to counter misinformation, and appeals to end threats to journalists worldwide
UNESCO 's communications chief Frank La Rue talks about the value of press freedom at a time when populist leaders and their supporters are attacking the media
A massive study produced by UNESCO encourages journalists to train themselves in digital security, educate the public, and advocate for institutional changes
UNESCO chief Irina Bokova: 'Where does the responsibility lie for ensuring that fact-based debate is not stifled?'
The annual World Press Freedom Index warns of the 'highly toxic' media-bashing, saying the situation is at 'a tipping point'
The workshop offers skills training on reporting and storytelling
It is a stunning fall from grace for Bill O'Reilly, one of the biggest US media names who count President Donald Trump among his personal supporters
Hello! Here are the stories you shouldn't miss this Tuesday.
The 101th edition of the awards comes with the US news media under assault from the White House
The News Integrity Initiative aims to 'advance news literacy, to increase trust in journalism around the world, and to better inform the public conversation'
Radio reporter Jill Resontoc asks the Impeach VP Leni Team who is funding them, prompting a heated exchange between Duterte supporters and reporters covering the event
A Syrian freelancer who lost his leg during a gun battle between rebels and regime forces shares his story of hope
(3rd UPDATE) By boycotting the event Trump breaks a tradition that began in 1921 in which journalists invite the US president for a light-hearted roast
The phrase is often used by Washington Post editor Bob Woodward, most famous for his 1970s reporting that uncovered the Watergate scandal during Richard Nixon's presidency
The shocking image of an off-duty Turkish policeman assassinating the Russian envoy to Turkey wins the prestigious World Press Photo Award
Longtime bloggers weigh in on the Malacañang media accreditation debate
The initiative, known as CrossCheck, is a 'collaborative journalism verification project' with the objective of helping people understand who to trust when it comes to social media, web searches, and news they consume online
'Let us use our abilities to start change now and strengthen freedom of information through campus journalism,' DepEd Assistant Secretary Tonicito Umali urges NSPC winners
The International Women's Media Foundation has released their 2017 programs for female journalists.
Australian Ambassador Amanda Gorely hails the mainstream media's 'very important role' in a democracy, 'in this era of so-called fake news'
Here are some tips for framing reporting around ASEAN issues – and enjoying the storytelling too
The annual journalism competition for elementary and high school students kicks off in Pagadian City in Zamboanga del Sur province
Donald Trump has made maligning the press a core element of his message, foreshadowing a stormy relationship for the years to come
The National Schools Press Conference is the top competition for all young campus journalists across the country. Here is why every NSPC participant is both excited and anxious at the same time.
(UPDATED) 'We are disturbed by the propensity of the officials of this administration to blame the media whenever the inflammatory statements of the President stir controversy or draw flak,' says the Malacañang Press Corps
As 2016 ends, we in MovePH highlight the online campaigns we’ve launched and their impact on the communities that we continue to serve
Online platforms and phones are now important tools for advocacies and storytelling
The battle for hearts and minds is no longer just a battle for the truth. It has become a battle in which noise and vitriol have become the most deadly weapons.
The President gets a chance to meet one of his favorite authors, British journalist Ioan Grillo, who has covered the Mexican drug war for almost 2 decades