The question is, Has Ramon Ang come to rescue the Inquirer and its tradition of independence or its bullied owners, or has he done so to further curry favor with the president?
#ThinkPH impressions hit the 60 million mark when Bianca Gonzalez discusses responsible social media use, and how to add value to dialogues online
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For the first time in its 94-year existence, the BBC this year is forced to release a list of its employees paid more than £150,000 ($195,000, 170,000 euros) between 2016/2017
(UPDATED) 'Why is it that media during our watch complained about the flimsiest and tiniest things and it seems to be a little quiet these days?' former president Benigno Aquino III says
The YouTube comedian, whose real name is Marco Antonio Ho, is now one of the 30 MTRCB board members
Responding to the viral post, the CEO of AirAsia says it will extend free baggage allowance of up to 40 kilograms to all AFP personnel
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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
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This comes amid talks between Ramon Ang and the Rufino-Prieto family for a majority stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
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The employees were informed of the plans to sell the Prieto family's shares in a general assembly on Monday, July 17
In 1999, Joseph Estrada sues the Manila Times over a corruption story. Months later, the Gokongwei family sells the newspaper to the President's crony.
Get to know the Rufino-Prieto family, owners of the Inquirer which may soon belong to businessman Ramon Ang
The businessman wants a majority stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, previously vied for GMA Network, and reportedly has a stake in CNN Philippines
Highlights from talks by Bianca Gonzalez, Jonathan Yabut, LinkedIn's Frank Koo, Accenture's JP Palpallatoc, Jollibee's Carlson Choi, and IMMAP's Ed Mapa
There are fears data will be swept up and used to create psychological profiles of voters so that specific messages can be tailored to specific voters
How can one's personal use of social media have value to others? Bianca Gonzalez provides some answers.
“Saya katakan (kepada mereka), Anda itu mau berbisnis di Indonesia atau mengacaukan Indonesia?" ujar Rudiantara
A protracted Tinder exchange, consisting of short greetings sent once every few months, sends two strangers on a dream holiday – but on one condition
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(UPDATED) News Media Alliance president David Chavern writes, 'The two digital giants don't employ reporters. They don’t dig through public records to uncover corruption, send correspondents into war zones, or attend last night’s game to get the highlights.'
Several of the candidates share what they learned during the workshop
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
(UPDATED) Twitter users join the discussion on disaster preparedness during the first-ever Agos Summit, generating over 800 million impressions
'If the media you're already consuming starts to address these issues, you're going to start to perk up and pay attention because role models in TV can also be role models in real life,' says Bambike founder Bryan McClelland
Erich Gonzales' billboard suitor says he is the CEO of the mysterious Guanxiqian Group
'These people have no right to enjoy our Internet freedom only to abuse our women and children,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros in pushing for Senate Bill 1251 or the Anti-Gender-Based Electronic Violence bill
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Angry fans target the Australian boxer and his wife, hurling invectives and racial abuse on social media
The feature will help users find nearby Wi-Fi hotspots which businesses have shared with Facebook from their page
The Philippines now serves as an inspiration for global jihadists, say terrorism experts, who asked the government to investigate an ISIS claim the Resorts World gunman converted to Islam
The bloodbath between Horn and Pacquiao drew a lot of reactions on social media
Within the first year of President Duterte’s administration, he has not been remiss in expressing his thanks to the community that has been instrumental to his success
(UPDATED) Journalist Mika Brzezinski and her fiancé and co-host Joe Scarborough pen a Washington Post opinion piece titled 'Donald Trump is not well'
The Balochistan Union of Journalists criticizes the 'illegal confinement'
(UPDATED) The veteran anchor and broadcast journalist who worked with the government network for 11 years is informed her contract won't be renewed only two days before it expires
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The development of the flagging tool is reportedly moving slowly partly due to concerns that it can be manipulated or gamed
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Facebook's announcement comes as it works to redefine its purpose, led by Zuckerberg who traveled the US this year to better understand what people want out of the social network
The online platform, which has around two billion monthly users worldwide, is working on the project with a small group of partners and hopes to start putting out episodes of its forthcoming series by the end of the summer
CNN retracts a story on alleged ties between some Trump officials and a Russian bank, leading to the resignation of 3 of its journalists
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