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Baguio papers rule the roost in PPI’s Civic Journalism Awards
Winners of the 2015 Civic Journalism Awards, given out by the Philippine Press Institute during the 20th National Press Forum....
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PPI annual confab focuses on maritime disputes
A forum on the West Philippine Sea disputes will be among the highlights of this year’s 20th Annual Press Forum...
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PPI elects new set of officers
Marking its 52nd anniversary as the country’s premier association of newspapers, the Philippine Press Institute (PPI) elected a new board...
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Online presence boosts readership amid the debris
Ruevivar Reyes, Southern Leyte Times’ brand manager, speaking before the participants at the 20th National Press Forum. Adapting to technological...
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Rebuilding Lumad’s Dismantled Rights, One Story at a Time
For decades, indigenous peoples (IP), or lumad, in the country have endured systemic neglect and discrimination. Some of the physical...
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Building from the Rubble
When a 7.2-magnitude earthquake shook the Bohol province in October 2013, followed in less than a month by super typhoon...
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Don’t shoot the messenger, Mr. President, A PPI Statement
The Philippine Press Institute (PPI) urgently calls on the incoming administration to commit itself in no uncertain terms to protecting...
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Conference Editorial for the 20th National Press Forum
West Philippine Sea in the Public Mind: Beyond Sound Bites As the Philippines heads into a new political dispensation, much...
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Construction Reporting: Nailing It Right
Think construction reporting, and what comes to mind? Carl Jerome Maroma, a correspondent for CLTV36, used to think it was...
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(Part 2) Different parties, different strokes Local pols (re)imagine CdO’s mental-health facility, program
Different parties, different strokes Local pols (re)imagine CdO’s mental-health facility, program Last of two parts By Lina Sagaral Reyes Contributor...
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