By Ma. Ceres P. Doyo
For the magazine that is leaving the Sunday scene, staff writer Eric Caruncho wrote a eulogy that sounded happy (for the memories, not for its closing) rather than elegiac.
By Nick Bautista Wilwayco
Mobile technologies and social media have been changing the mass media landscape. Beyond the traditional news sources, various platforms and models for information dissemination are evolving and opening new channels for online communication and publishing, such as citizen journalism, blogs, and online communities.
By Rina Jimenez-David
For decades, but especially since the Edsa “People Power” Revolt restored press freedom in the country, the Philippines has prided itself in having one of the freest, if not THE freest press, in the region.
A Chinese journalist and a Chinese environmental leader are inspiring choices for the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award.
By Juan L. Mercado
A compelling book has just come off the press. “Philippine Communication in the Digital Age” leads with an understatement: “The world of mass communication has changed dramatically.” And in 25 documented chapters, author Crispin Maslog illustrates the sweep of those alterations: from blackboard papers, in a remote Cebu town, to cell phones unleashing People Power 2.