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Tina Monzon Palma is the U.P. Gawad Plaridel 2017 Recipient

The University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication is pleased to announce the recipient of the U.P. Gawad Plaridel 2017 in the person of MS. TINA MONZON PALMA.
Tina Monzon Palma is a veteran broadcaster who is cited for her pioneering efforts that opened doors/opportunities for women at a time when men dominated the media landscape.
Tina Monzon Palma has kept her professional integrity in her more than 40 years in the media. She was a news anchor during the Martial Law years, and remained steadfast in her craft.
The U.P. Gawad Plaridel comes with a trophy, specially designed by National Artist …

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Revisiting History with Journalism: Presented by NHK WORLD TV

A Special Lecture and Documentary Screening at the University of the Philippines
NHK WORLD TV from Japan collaborates with the University of the Philippines to present a special lecture for students of the College of Mass Communication. Following a screening of a documentary detailing the history between the Philippines and Japan after World War Two, students will explore the role investigative journalism plays in uncovering the truth while engaging in lively discussion with a panel of speakers consisting of the documentary’s producers and NHK WORLD journalists.
Quezon City, Manila, Philippines – 21st April 2017, Friday
Several classes from the University of the Philippines’ …

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Call for Papers: Asian Journalism Research Conference 2017

The Department of Journalism of the University of the Philippines Diliman will hold the Asian Journalism Research Conference 2017 on 26-27 April 2017 at the College of Mass Communication, UP Diliman, Quezon City.
Originally organized as the annual Philippine Journalism Research Conference (PJRC), the AJRC is part of the department’s extension work, aimed at encouraging journalism students and researchers in conducting studies on the profession and the issues which confronting its professionals. The conference is intended to:
1. Encourage Mass Communication and Journalism students around the country to pursue research in the field;
2. Provide Journalism students from around the country a venue …

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Call for Nominations: UP Gawad Plaridel 2017 (Television Category)

The U.P. College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) is now accepting nominations for the annual UP Gawad Plaridel which recognizes Filipino media practitioners who have excelled in any of the media (print, radio, film, television, and new media) and have performed with the highest level of professional integrity in the interest of public service.
For 2017, the thirteenth U.P. Gawad Plaridel will be given to an outstanding Television Practitioner.
The award is named after Marcelo H. del Pilar (nom de plume, Plaridel), the selfless propagandist whose stewardship of the reformist newspaper La Solidaridad helped crystallize nationalist sentiments and ignite libertarian ideas in …

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Broadcast media bigwigs brunch with UP officials

“Can we not really do something about our basketball team?”
On 27 June 2015, questions like the above by GMA 7’s Jessica Soho, together with more serious issues, were brought up and addressed as University of the Philippines (UP) President Alfredo E. Pascual invited UP alumni from at least six major broadcast networks and three broadsheets to a conversation over brunch.
GMA 7’s Jessica Soho poses a question to UP President Alfredo Pascual (not in photo) with UP Vice President for Public Affairs Prospero De Vera to her left listening. Photo by Jun Madrid.
In an event that brought together high-ranking and popular …

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UP Gawad Plaridel call for nominations extended to May 11

The U.P. College of Mass Communication has extended the deadline for the nominations for the tenth U.P. Gawad Plaridel to 11 May 2015. The award recognizes Filipino media practitioners who have excelled in any of the media (print, radio, film, television, and new media) and have performed with the highest level of professional integrity in the interest of public service.
For 2015, the eleventh U.P. Gawad Plaridel will be given to an outstanding film practitioner.
The award is named after Marcelo H. del Pilar (nom de plume, Plaridel), the selfless propagandist whose stewardship of the reformist newspaper La Solidaridad helped crystallize nationalist …

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U.P. Gawad Plaridel 2014: Deadline for Nominations Extended to May 15

The U.P. College of Mass Communication has extended the deadline for the nominations for the tenth U.P. GAWAD PLARIDEL to 15 May 2014.  The award recognizes Filipino media practitioners who have excelled in any of the media (print, radio, film, television, and new media) and have performed with the highest level of professional integrity in the interest of public service.
For 2014, the tenth U.P. Gawad Plaridel will be given to an outstanding TRANSMEDIA practitioner (one who excels in at least two media platforms, e.g., television & radio; print & online; film & television; print, television, and online; etc.).
The award is named …

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Call for Papers: Plaridel Journal Special Issue

The Bad, The Worse, and The Worst:
The Significance of Indonesian Cult, Exploitation, and B Movies
Guest editor: Ekky Imanjaya (University of East Anglia & Bina Nusantara University)
In Indonesia, popular Indonesian films, especially exploitation and B-movies, are overlooked and underrated by most film critics, film journalists, and film scholars.  Until recently, these kinds of films have not been commonly considered as “official” representations of Indonesian cinema, let alone Indonesian culture. Majority of books, works of journalism, and academic papers dealing with Indonesian cinema history, both in English and Indonesian, generally exclude the significance of classic “exploitation” cinema. These works only discuss such …

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Call for Nominations for UP CMC’s Gawad Plaridel 2014

The U.P. College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) is now accepting nominations for the annual U.P. GAWAD PLARIDEL which recognizes Filipino media practitioners who have excelled in any of the media (print, radio, film, television, and new media) and have performed with the highest level of professional integrity in the interest of public service.
For 2014, the tenth U.P. Gawad Plaridel will be given to an outstanding TRANSMEDIA practitioner (one who excels in at least two (2) media platforms, e.g., television & radio, print & online, film & television, etc.).
The award is named after Marcelo H. del Pilar (nom de plume, …

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