It has been a long tradition for US television networks to call projected winners on election night as results trickle in — but the unique circumstances of 2020 are likely to create numerous challenges to that practice.
Win Gatchalian tells Optical Media Board OMB chair Anselmo Adriano: ‘Mag-raid ka na lang sa Lazada, ‘wag na sa Greenhills’
Sa katotohanan lang! Senate President Tito Sotto advises Philhealth President and CEO Ricardo Morales not to lie to the media.
Media giant ABS-CBN is not the only watchdog in the country, according to Malacañang.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Thursday blamed the members of the Malacañang Press Corps for President Rodrigo Duterte’s late night televised public addresses.
House committee on public accounts chair Mike Defensor said Filipinos who hold foreign citizenship “should not be allowed to” own or manage any media entity in the country.
A wave of attacks on journalists covering US protests is driving growing anxiety in the media, with some blaming President Donald Trump for creating an atmosphere that encourages violence.
Malacañang encouraged journalists and media workers to work from home as Metro Manila, Laguna province, and Cebu City shift to “modified” enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) tomorrow, Saturday.
Wuhan plans to conduct coronavirus tests on the Chinese city’s entire population after new cases emerged for the first time in weeks in the cradle of the global pandemic, state media reported Tuesday.
President Donald Trump was so angry at the media, and so sore from ridicule over his suggestion that coronavirus patients be injected with disinfectant, that he abandoned his daily briefing Monday. Well, for a couple hours anyway.
The news shouldn’t only contain the body counts of the deadly 2019 coronavirus disease, Supreme Court (SC) Justice Marvic Leonen reminded.
Journalists may continue travelling within the quarantine area until March 21, according to Malacañang.
A doctor earned praise on social media for sharing her parents’ reaction to her decision to volunteer at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Media personality Ramon Tulfo posted bail on Friday (March 13) over libel charges filed by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar has ordered the disinfection of the New Executive Building (NEB) and urged employees and media practitioners to self-quarantine due to potential coronavirus exposure.
More than 40 people have been rescued following the collapse of a hotel used as a coronavirus quarantine facility in eastern China on Saturday, state media reported.
The United States on Monday cut by nearly half the number of Chinese nationals allowed to work for Beijing’s state-run media in the US, vowing reciprocity after a crackdown in China.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned top party officials of the “serious consequences” of failing to prevent an outbreak of the new coronavirus in the country, state media reported Saturday.
Kakampi hindi kalaban! Media is not an enemy, Sen. Risa Hontiveros says
Nagbabala si Senadora Risa Hontiveros sa gobyerno na hindi kalaban ang media.Ito ang naging reaksyon ng senadora matapos na maghain ng quo warranto petition si Sol. Gen. Jose Calida para sa pagpapawalang bisa ng prangkisa ng ABS-CBN.
Chinese media’s reporting of the death of coronavirus whistleblowing doctor Li Wenliang ignited online anger after he was first pronounced dead, then alive and, finally, dead again.
Rappler reporters have reminded the Supreme Court (SC) that the press is the “fourth estate” and cannot be banned by the government from covering the news.
Sultan Qaboos, the longest-reigning leader of the modern Arab world, has died at the age of 79, the royal court said Saturday.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro says he is suffering from a hernia, apparently as a result of being stabbed in the stomach in 2018, local media reported on Friday.