As this holiday season rolls around the corner, state-run People’s Television (PTV) has released its Christmas Station ID for 2020.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Monday issued an order limiting the cross-posting of content on the social media pages of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) and its attached government media agencies.
Top officials of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) will meet next week to discuss plans, particularly in providing employment to those affected by coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic once the crisis is over.
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) in partnership with state-run People’s Television Network (PTV) is working on a program that will help address questions and concerns by the public and clarify government reports on the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) situation in the country.
The Cabinet Secretary still has the groove. Karlo Nograles once again performed at PTV’s early morning show.
Malacanang announced on Wednesday the airing of “Digong 8888 Hotline” on state run PTV on July 11.
Rappler Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa has accused Communications Secretary Martin Andanar of making libelous statements when he criticized the Netflix show, “Patriot Act” for putting President Rodrigo Duterte in a negative light.
Senator Richard Gordon: No plunder in P120M DOT-PTV ad deal
Former Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo isn’t alone in returning the P114 million disallowed by the Commission on Audit (COA) in connection with the advertisement deal sealed by the Department of Tourism and People’s Television Network Inc. (PTNI).
President Rodrigo Duterte did more than just stand up for Filipinos when he demanded that the United States return the Balangiga bells seized by American troops in 1901.
Despite criticisms on his iron-fist rule in the country, President Duterte remains a man of strong faith.
Cebu City — Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Thursday, March 2, announced “revitalizing” changes to be made to his office this week during a meeting with the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) at the Golden Prince Hotel.
President-elect Rodrigo Duterte is set to fly out of Davao City for the first time since the May 9 elections to attend a victory party in Cebu Wednesday night (June 8), according to a report aired on GMA News TV’s “Balitanghali.”
Hell hath no fury than a Digong scorned.