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From Under This Hat: Cordillera news writers

Most of my life was spent with the local press and even if the members of the local press were so superlatively drunk and opinionated, they are the members of my community. This is except for those who claim to be press but are paid hacks and intel stooges.

Bayan Muna urges media to uphold truthful reportage

DAVAO CITY — Bayan Muna Representative Carlos Isagani T. Zarate challenged journalists to “take the viewpoint and standpoint for truth and fairness for the people” amid the continuing threats to press freedom and media practitioners.

Baguio media plant trees for departed colleagues

BAGUIO CITY — In memory of their colleagues who have gone before them, members of the Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters’ Club (BCBC) and the families of the departed planted pine tree saplings at the Busol watershed on February 13.

Statements: Another senseless killing

We strongly condemn the murder of Mr. Mario Contaoi, an educator, radio commentator and environmental advocate. We grieve with his family, friends and colleagues. We are appalled that despite the promise of change by this administration, murder with impunity remains to be a trend. While the assailant’s motive(s) remains unclear, the authorities must not discount his previous stint as radio commentator and his sharp commentaries on environmental issues as possible reasons for his murder.

NUJP condemns murder of Catanduanes journo

BAGUIO CITY — The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) condemned the murder of Larry Que, publisher of Catanduanes News Now, and challenged the Presidential Task Force on Violations to the Right to Life, Liberty and Security of the Members of the Media to immediately solve his killing.

Gawad Agong recognizes excellent reportage on IPs

QUEZON CITY — “Reporting our stories and issues is amplifying our voices from the ground to the national and even to the international level. This, albeit the various kinds of reports in print, radio, tv and social media, is giving importance to the voices of indigenous peoples in the communities who are marginalized and continuously attacked by state forces and paramilitary groups,” said Piya Macliing Malayao, Secretary General of Katribu Kalipunan ng Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (Katribu).

Statements: Journalism is no crime

In what is becoming a common and increasingly alarming occurrence, two more journalists have once again been threatened for reporting that does not sit well with people who consider criticism on President Rodrigo Duterte a violation of their article of faith.