One of the most important ethical rules of journalism is fairness. Regardless of the situation, a journo must be devoid of bias.
The issue about journalistic fairness and neutrality came into light after TV anchor Korina Sanchez took a swipe at the reporting of CNN’s Anderson Cooper on the devastation and suffering in Leyte after Typhoon Yolanda. Cooper articulated his observation that the government was not bringing relief to the storm survivors fast enough. Korina – wife of Department of Interior and Local Government secretary Mar Roxas, one of the key government officials leading the relief efforts -- slammed that pronouncement on her show, Rated Korina, and bluntly said that Anderson did not know what he was talking about.More >
Armed with an affidavit as a condition imposed by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV showed up at Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) Julia Vargas branch, Pasig City 11 am, April 2 but still failed to get a waiver from the Mayor to disprove allegations of PHP 2.4 billion “hidden wealth,” including the PHP 211 million deposit in the said bank.
“I have the affidavit, but there was no waiver,” stressed Trillanes who called Duterte a “coward.”
This time, the tough-talking Mayor wanted all the other presidential candidates to sign a waiver and open all their bank accounts to the public.
Although he was open to showing “all” of his bank transactions during the past 30 years, Duterte insisted all other candidates must be compelled to open all their accounts, too.
Premier gaming and entertainment destination in Sonoma County prepares to welcome new resort, spa, meeting space and pool
ROHNERT PARK, Calif. – Hundreds of construction tradesmen and women gathered together last April 26 along with leadership from the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and business and community leaders to place the
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