The Presidential Museum and Library, through the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), collaborated with Google to unveil on Wednesday, July 5, an online exhibition on Google Arts & Culture.
We call on the media courageously covering the situation in Marawi to remain true to your profession in delivering timely, accurate and relevant news to our people. After all, part of any journalist’s sacred calling is to bear witness to the truth.
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), together with the National Telecommunications Commmission (NTC), will formally launch on Independence Day, June 12, free Wi-Fi and high-speed Internet services, dubbed as “Alay Para sa Malayang Pilipino,” in the whole stretch of EDSA.
Flagship government television network People’s Television (PTV) aired a TV special on Friday evening (June 9), dubbed “Countering Violent Extremism,” that discussed the root cause of violent extremism and suggestions on how the public should address it.
President Rodrigo R. Duterte appeared Friday, May 19 before the first episode of Mula sa Masa, Para sa Masa television program on the government channel PTV4 making good on his promise to provide a direct line to the general public and conveying the government’s actions on key national issues.
The Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFoMS) on Tuesday, May 2, took the lead in filing charges of murder in connection with the slaying of journalist Larry Sy Que.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Monday, April 24, formally launched the redesigned website and mobile application of the Philippine News Agency (PNA).
MANAMA, BAHRAIN — Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Thursday, April 13, paid a courtesy visit to Bahrain Ministry of Information Affairs (MIA) in Manama to pursue a mutual agreement between the two government agencies.
(RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) – Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar met his Saudi counterpart Dr. Adel Al Toraifi on the sidelines of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s state visit to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The President’s remarks on ABS-CBN Corporation and Philippine Daily Inquirer is a complaint against unfairness and are not attacks against Philippine journalism.
In a span of one week, NYT has published a news feature, “Becoming Duterte: The Making of a Philippine Strongman,” narrating the rise to power of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte under the context of violence;
BANGKOK, THAILAND — Communications Secretary Jose Martin Ruperto Andanar on Tuesday, March 21 met with Lt. Gen. Werachon Sukonthapatipak, Deputy Government Spokesman under the Secretariat of the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand
NAY PYI TAW, MYANMAR — Communications Secretary Martin Andanar met with his counterpart Dr. Pe Myint, Union Minister, Ministry of Information on Monday, March 20 to express the Philippines’ intention to renew the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
BAGUIO CITY–President Rodrigo Duterte attended the inauguration of PTV’s Cordillera hub encouraging Filipinos to ventilate their grievances through the state-owned television network.
Social media will play a bigger role in the future of the nation and there is a clear need for its truthful and quality content.
Change is coming even in media.President Rodrigo Duterte has signed Administrative Order No. 1 creating the Presidential Task Force that seeks to protect the life, liberty, and security of media practitioners in the country.
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella said on Monday, October 10, that the Palace respects the opinion of former President Fidel V. Ramos saying Ramos’ observations are worth looking into.
The Presidential Communications Office (PCO), in partnership with Israel-based messaging app Viber, launched #ViberForChange stickers.
Presidential Communications Office (PCO) Secretary Martin Andanar on Sunday said the Task Force on Media Killings will recommend to the President that past cases should be reviewed.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar was invited by citizen activists belonging to the social media group Blog Watch to a roundtable discussion held Saturday in Makati City.
With President Rodrigo Roa Duterte starting his term as the country’s chief executive, he asks that Filipinos join him in the quest for real change. Carrying the hashtag #PartnerForChange and #PresidentDuterte, everyone is invited to the inauguration of President Duterte by turning on their television sets and logging on to social media platform Presidential Broadcast Staff – RTVM Facebook page to get details of the event.###
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. on Tuesday bid farewell to journalists and reporters whom he has worked with for the past six years. In his last press briefing before leaving his post as spokesperson of outgoing President Benigno S. Aquino III, Secretary Coloma expressed his gratitude to the members of the Malacañang Press Corps, a group of reporters covering the President, for helping inform the public Read More
In his message during his final press briefing in Malacañang on Tuesday, outgoing Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. underscored the importance of the media in a democratic country. Secretary Coloma, who will be replaced by former TV news anchor and radio commentator Martin Andanar on Thursday (June 30), said the government and the media should have a good relationship. “Hindi kailangang maging magka-away ang pamahalaan at Read More
The Palace has disagreed with the contention that media killings may be justified if reporters and columnists are engaged in corruption, noting that everyone has the right to due process. “We recognize the vital role played by journalists as purveyors of information in a democratic society. As citizens, they have a fundamental right to due process and equal protection of the laws of the land,” Communication Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. Read More