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DZUP Special Features June 2018 Episodes

Date Episode Guest/Speaker
June 6, 2018 Philippine Journalism Research Conference 2018

Voices at Risk: Threats to Press Freedom and Journalists' Safety

Elena E. Pernia, Ph.D.
Professor and Dean, UP College of Mass Communication

H.E. John Holmes
Ambassador, Embassy of Canada in the Philippines

Manuel Mogato
Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Manila

Lynda Jumilla
Correspondent, ABS-CBN News

Tess Bacalla
Training Director, Philippine Press Institute Senior Professorial Lecturer, De La Salle University Manila

June 7, 2018 Philippine Journalism Research Conference 2018

Democracy and Disinformation

John Nery
Correspondent, Philippine Daily Inquirer
June 8, 2018 Philippine Journalism Research Conference 2018

Eyes on you: The portrayal of the Metro Manila urban poor under the Estrada, Arroyo, Aquino, and Duterte Administrations, Going beyond classrooms: An analysis of social issues covered and published by higher education institutions' student publications in Nueva Ecija

Inna Christine Cabel
Gabrielle Anne Endona, UP Diliman

Nathaniell C. Capinpin
Wesleyan University Philippines

June 13, 2018 Philippine Journalism Research Conference 2018

Whose truth did prevail? An analysis of The Philippine Star in the context of the MVP Group's acquisition, Drugs, death, and glory: An analysis of the news reports on Duterte and his War on Drugs

June 14, 2018 PoliTricking: The Politics of Fake News

Journalism, Social Media, and Fake News, Political Stabilization or Destabilization, Participation, Elections, and Fake News

Yvonne Chua
Assistant Professor, UP Department of Journalism

Danilo Arao
Associate Professor, UP Department of Journalism

Ignacio Enrique Domingo, Jedd Ong, and Sean Thakur
Councilor, UP Diliman University Student Council

Vea Angara
President, FEU Political Science Society

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