The College of Mass Communication will be opening its doors to prospective graduate students and undergraduate shiftees and transferees this summer, through the various admission exams of the different departments.
The schedule for the written exams and interviews for undergraduate shiftees and transferees are as follows:
The University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) has chosen 17 print, broadcast and online journalists and 5 graduating journalism student as fellows in the 16th Lopez Jaena Journalism Workshop.
This year’s workshop focuses on, Media and Elections: Safety and Governance. It will be held at the CMC Plaridel Hall in UP Diliman from October 21 to 27.
The University of the Philippines Diliman College of Mass Communication pays tribute to the 2011 Gawad Plaridel awardee Eloisa Cruz Canlas aka Lola Sela Bungangera in a memorial service at the Trinity Memorial Chapels and Crematorium in Sucat Parañaque on July 17, 2012.
U.P. COLLEGE OF MASS COMMUNICATION STATEMENT
9 July 2012
UP CMC faculty members support Dr. Nicanor Tiongson's freedom to express his ideas without fear of
In an article published in Inquirer.net (July 5, 2012), former National Commission for Culture and
the Arts (NCCA) Executive Director Cecile Guidote-Alvarez claims that Dr. Nicanor Tiongson's
opposition in 2009 to the selection of Dolphy as National Artist resulted in the comedian's being
bypassed for the prestigious award.
The program Shop Talk on ANC featured one of the UP College of Mass Communication's senior lecturers last March. Prof. Pinky Aseron of the Broadcast Communication department shared her stories about being a voice talent, the path that led to her career, and her philosophy of finding fun and passion in one's work.