In their latest controversial piece, the VinCentiments team made an attempt to capture what used to be restrained thoughts of frustration towards online classes.
The inclusion of regional TV stations in the ABS-CBN shutdown spells less sources of local news and information for the provinces and signals more work for the community press
A Kapamilya reporter explains why they will continue to push for the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise.
A teacher-turned-TV script supervisor in ABS-CBN believes working at school and on TV are the same: they serve the Filipino people.
PNP always says they respect press freedom, but can they walk the talk?
A millennial professional reflects on what it means to choose a side instead of staying in the middle.
Calls for an end to exploitative and harmful work for children during the World Day against Child Labor
Many of us do want to live in peace and freedom, but not all are willing to fight for it.
Saying that we commemorate the ‘122 anniversary of Philippine independence’ today implies that we have had our national sovereignty and independence for the past 122 years, which is not historically accurate.
The use of ‘cheapfakes’ raises the primary question of how this was actually done, before we speculate on why this was done.
Our Engagement Editor Kenneth Dimalibot gives you tips on how to safeguard your digital footprint and secure your online data and privacy.
A part-time teacher reflects on the possible “new normal” in education brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
We have a free Facebook Live webinar for you! It features Glaiza de Castro, Kaladkaren Davila and Suzi Abrera. The topic is relevant for today. During this difficult COVID-19 pandemic, how can we make sure that Filipino overseas Filipino workers are safe? This free Facebook Live session will premiere on May 28, 2020 on Facebook…
Don’t believe anyone who says the curve is flattening based solely on the reduction of new cases.
A documentary filmmaker writes an open letter to President Rodrigo Duterte, asking him to consider the plight of ordinary Filipinos during his term.
Many remember our hero Apolinario Mabini as a paralytic made immortal in ten-peso bills and coins. But there are unsung historical facts about the Brains of the Revolution you may not know about.