Communications Secretary Martin Andanar is washing his hands off the grammatically incorrect media ID that made its way to members of the Malacañang Press Corps, a day after Politiko posted the boo-boo.
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Members of the Malacañang Press Corps could only shake their heads in disbelief after the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) ordered a recall of the media ID issued to them for 2018.
Malacañang is standing firm on the decision of Cabinet Secretaries to redact their home address as well as the names of the unmarried minor children in their Statement of Assets Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN).
State-run media entities are getting ready to launch a multi-platform media blitz to tout the accomplishments of President Rodrigo Duterte in his first year in office, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
Will a reversal of roles happen soon within President Rodrigo Duterte's communication team?
The troubles of the Presidential Communications Office just keep on coming.
The Presidential Communications Office’s propaganda video on martial law has backfired.
President Rodrigo Duterte is set to return to the airwaves as the host of his own public service show Friday night (May 19).
Newly appointed Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson has pledged to step up her public service after taking her oath as a new member of the Duterte administration.
Perhaps in a bid to put rumors of President Rodrigo Duterte’s reported illness to rest, the Presidential Communications Office (PCO) has released a video chronicling his activities from Jan. 5 to 11.
Do not be surprised if no one from the Presidential Communications Office answers when you visit as several of the agency's top officials are now abroad supposedly on official business.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar is just waiting for the Marcos family to decide when to bury their dictator, the late President Ferdinand Marcos, at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.
Apparently, President Rodrigo Duterte will have the final say as to whether or not Fidel V. Ramos (FVR) stays on as the Philippine government's special envoy to China.
The Malacañang on Friday allayed the fears of the business community on President Rodrigo Duterte’s declaration that the country is severing its military and economic ties with the United States.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.
It seems there is a brewing turf war between Presidential Communications Office Sec. Martin Andanar and Presidential Legal Adviser Salvador Panelo.
Department of Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana thinks that President Rodrigo Duterte's supposed "concern" for the safety of United States (US) troops in Mindanao is somewhat misplaced, if not ridiculous.