Rappler's latest stories on media corruption
What does it take to give a candidate much coveted airtime?
It s P5 000 per reporter in exchange for not mentioning the name of a police general in stories
Following the publication of a report on media personalities who allegedly benefitted from the pork barrel scam the group calls on the media to come together and save its credibility
Escudero says the Nabcor funds reportedly given to journalists are public funds and should be investigated by the Senate blue ribbon committee
The latest protests were organized by the main opposition Republican People s Party CHP after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was allegedly recorded discussing how to hide large sums of money
The phone conversations posted on YouTube allegedly reveal Erdogan asking his son Bilal to make millions of euros stashed in several houses disappear
This week nearly 20 prominent journalists and politicians pledge not to accept pay for favors specially with the upcoming elections
As many as 90 of journalists may engage in mild forms of corruption during elections
Rules seem unclear here because everything is genial But saying no is still the best option And disclosure is a must
The phoenix rising out of the ashes will bring greater transparency and the journalist’s role will be as essential in the future as it is today
We are at the frontlines of demanding transparency and accountability from public officials and the people we cover yet we exempt ourselves We’re a league unto our own beyond the scrutiny of the public
Rappler’s editor at large Marites Vitug talks about corruption in the media
Loot bag bloggers are changing the media landscape as they get mixed up with citizen journalists Are undisclosed paid reviews and posts a form of deception?
An online poster showing 4 newspaper columns bearing similar content on the sin tax bill has been circulating on social media prompting criticism from netizens
Police arrest two British journalists for corruption charges
When did we become endemically corrupt as a nation? The point when enough people took enough small steps to make it that way.
Lawmakers on the cross party committee are reportedly divided on how far to criticise the Murdochs over the phone hacking scandal which prompted them to close down their 168 year old News of the World tabloid in July
A journalist from The Sun Britain s best selling newspaper is arrested on suspicion of illegally paying public officials