When I was 6 months old, Papa was killed in Japan. That was the beginning and end of the story that made up much of who I am.
The cultural, religious, socio-economic backgrounds of reporters shape the way they view the world – and in turn greatly impacts their perspective and how they report the stories
Studies show that people remember images long after the headlines have faded from memory. Every Friday, I will curate videos that may punch the gut, tug at the heart, or just simply bring you up to speed.
Miriam Grace A. Go
What turns our morning coffee time from a leisurely sip into a hurried slurp? What makes us stay so late in the newsroom that our dogs forget what we smell like? I’d like to share that with you every Wednesday.
Chay F. Hofileña
The Newsbreak Agenda: Every Thursday, starting July 26, I'll be sharing notes about stories that dig deeper and seek to make a difference in our world
Glenda M. Gloria
We write stories not only because they need to be told but because they ought to help clarify this murky world. I hope to talk to you about this, and more, every Tuesday.
Filipino fans can be the best but they can also be the worst critics of beauty queens
You can’t fix what’s not broken
Being woke should emphasize how we understand a particular issue and then translate this to offline action
How can I explain to my nephew that Filipinos elected candidates who lied, stole money from the people, and whose backgrounds are questionable?