PinoyMedia Center and the Free Jonas Burgos Movement cry harassment over the presence of group of fully armed members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) who made multiple visits to “Sine Henerasyon,” a screening of three new documentaries held at Bantayog ng Mga Bayani theater last February 28. Ironically, the films shown during that day—JL […]
Martial law victims are treated like dirt, while in the mountains, military rule persists unseen. Cyclist Silay Lumbera explores the state of human rights in the country, in the Season 2 premiere of Eskinita: Ang Alternatibong Ruta. www.facebook.com/EskinitaShow
Statement and pooled editorial of alternative media groups under Altermidya: There is no reason to rejoice over the recent approval of the consolidated bill on Freedom of Information (FOI) in the House, and the approval of the Senate version earlier this year. We, alternative media practitioners united under Altermidya, believe that the FOI versions restrict […]
Alternative media groups and mass communication students from University of the Philippines Diliman held a commemorative march and candle-lighting to call for justice for the 58 victims of the gruesome Ampatuan massacre, majority of which were journalists. PinoyMedia Center joins calls to stop impunity and journalist killings in the Philippines, which impedes the basic right […]
PinoyMedia Center, with other Metro Manila-based alternative media outfits, co-sponsored the pioneering conference on people’s alternative media on October 9-10, 2014. About a hundred alternative media practitioners from across the country participated in the conference, which culminated with the founding of Altermidya (People’s Alternative Media Network) and election of its National Council. During the council’s […]
Our work on reporting the issues of indigenous peoples were recognized by the 2nd Gawad Agong Para sa Pamamahayag. Post by PinoyMedia Center.
PinoyMedia Center is a media partner of the National Union of Students of the Philippines, which recently held its student-wide Congress. The Congress was a major activity that forged the unity of Filipino youth and students against tuition fee hikes, and for their democratic rights Post by PinoyMedia Center.
Last August 26, PinoyMedia Center launched Hay Naku!, a collection of Prof. Danilo Arao’s columns in Pinoy Weekly. Post by PinoyMedia Center.