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Cebu City 1st District Representative Raul del Mar says extending the validity of ABS-CBN's franchise would allow lawmakers to protect public interest in the grant of franchises
The Court of Appeals also awards backwages to 35 talents whose contracts were not renewed, saying it is a case of constructive dismissal
Will Duterte blink before the company that gave him – in his long stint as Davao mayor – a broadcast platform where he mastered the art of pulpit politics?
Look at the point-by-point explanation in ABS-CBN's 58-page comment to Calida's quo warranto case
Government officials clear the network over issues of taxes, labor conditions, pay-per-view service, and Philippine Depositary Receipts
Telecommunications Commissioner Gamaliel Cordoba says ABS-CBN has no standing penalties with the commission
China says the opinion piece – headlined 'China is the Real Sick Man of Asia' – is 'racially discriminatory,' and as the newspaper won't apologize, the 3 China-based reporters have their press cards revoked
The Speaker says the House leadership is talking to the National Telecommunications Commission to help secure a provisional authority for ABS-CBN
A rare appearance of Senator Lito Lapid elicits laughter at the Senate hearing on ABS-CBN's franchise as he tries to ask his former bosses a hard question
The TV network says a gag order would be prior restraint, which has been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in previous cases
NUJP and various groups gather to fight for press freedom, democracy, and workers' rights as the Senate hears issues pertaining to the ABS-CBN franchise
Employees and stars walk around the ABS-CBN compound as the network's executives attend a Senate hearing on the issues surrounding its franchise
(3rd UPDATE) Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra says he is deferring to Congress, an independent branch of government
The esteemed director emphasizes the implications of an ABS-CBN shutdown: if government can threaten a media giant, it can do the same to smaller companies and franchises
(3rd UPDATE) ABS-CBN CEO Carlo Katigbak says 'sorry if we offended the President'
The Philippine Competition Commission points out that less competition would be bad for consumers and the economy
(UPDATED) Senator Franklin Drilon wants to make sure that the NTC cannot withdraw the temporary permit anytime it wants
Students point out how hurdles faced by campus journalists threaten the quest for truth
The High-Level Panel of Legal Experts on Media Freedom recommends that governments impose sanctions like the 'Magnitsky laws' on rights violations against the media
What can we do to help student journalists at a time when some publications face press freedom violations? Join us as we explore possible solutions in MovePH's huddle on February 22.
The Chinese team behind a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine says their findings support a 14-day medical observation period for people exposed to the pathogen
'The BBC has to face up to the changing way audiences are using us,' says Fran Unsworth, director of news and current affairs
Radyo ni Juan's Glenn Jester Hitgano is arrested after following up on a tip that the protesters were harassed by uniformed men
The Digital News Project 2020 says that journalists need to call out lies and half-truths, but are concerned that this may not have an impact
The fight of professional journalism will always be the fight of campus journalism. We celebrate the Ampatuan Massacre verdict, hope for the extent of justice, and continue to address the struggles of press freedom.
As long as there are still Filipinos who choose to be misinformed and disinformed, the Philippines will still be a dangerous place for journalists
Ombudsman Samuel Martires says he has a duty to protect the interest of public officials. It's now a stalemate since Malacañang is passing the buck to him to release Duterte's Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth.
Despite President Rodrigo Duterte's promises of transparency, the public is yet to see his most recent Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth
The Freedom for Media, Freedom for All Network says at least 15 journalists have been killed under the Duterte administration
The social media monitoring platform makes it easier to search for public posts across Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, and Twitter
Gear up for 2020 with a planner by your side! Check out these cool designs – from Doraemon, Star Wars, to The Little Prince
Radyo ni Juan manager Benjie Caballero dies after sustaining 5 gunshot wounds in an October 30 attack
'Allowing live coverage would allow families unable to travel to Manila to immediately hear the decision of the 58 counts of murder of Judge Jocelyn Solis Reyes,' says the petition signed by media organizations
We set the record straight on posts saying the press is intentionally misleading the public on SEA Games issues
(UPDATED) This is in response to a PCIJ report based on Comelec's own summary report, which showed a 178% voter turnout for Amai Manabilang, Lanao del Sur, in the 2019 elections
(UPDATED) Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez says the poll body will look into this, but adds that this 'seems to be an unlikely scenario'
NUJP, AlterMidya, and other media groups commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre with a mural painting and march
In the first 3 years of the Duterte administration, at least 128 threats and attacks against members of the press are recorded
CMFR Executive Director Melinda Quintos de Jesus says it is necessary to 'clear the air' in order for plans on the safety of journalists to be properly implemented
If she pursues her dream profession, 16-year-old Rhully Mae Shula Montaño will also bear the many, many problems of the media that even the killing of her mother could not solve
An acquittal, says National Union of Journalists of the Philippines' Nonoy Espina, would have grave implications not just on press freedom but on the electoral process
The Philippine Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists is launched on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre
What has happened in the 10 years since the Maguindanao massacre?
Presenting the calorie count of fast food items leads to a short-term decrease in calories in the U.S. but only until a year, the study says
PRESS RELEASE: Inkblots will feature veteran writers, reporters, and photojournalists to discuss trends and issues in the media landscape. It will run from December 3 to 5.
The research proposal cost can range from P50,000 to P100,000, for projects on understanding disinformation and the solutions offered in relation to democracy
Rappler, along with South Africa’s Daily Maverick and India’s The Quint, is featured in a new report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
CBTL's holiday planners come in 4 cute colors: navy blue, pink, green, and taupe
Three generations are caught in two conflicting government programs
Research shows that at least one in 5 victims of drug-related killings in Metro Manila in 2016 and 2017 were beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program