"Gradweyt na ako! What Now?" : UP CMC Alumni Career Talk (Journalism)| March 23, 1:00 pm, CMC Auditorium


The UP CMC Alumni Association (UPCMCAA) and UP College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) in partnership with the Union of Journalists of the Philippines, UP Journalism Club, and UP Mass Communicators' Organization


"Gradweyt na ako! What Now?" : UP CMC Alumni Career Talk Series (Careers in Journalism)
23 March 2015, 1:00 - 4:00 pm, CMC Auditorium

Vera Files: Studies on pork scam, human rights win journ research awards

March 14, 2015

THREE outstanding journalism research papers undertaken by university students bagged this year’s top awards of the Philippine Journalism Research Conference 2015.

The awards, named after the late University of the Philippines-Diliman journalism professor and VERA Files trustee Chit Estella, went to:

Philippine Journalism Reseach Conference 2015 | 13 March 2015, 8am-5pm, UPFI Film Center (Cine Adarna)


The UP Department of Journalism is inviting everyone to the Philippine Journalism Research Conference 2015. Co-organized with the University of Sto. Tomas (UST), Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), and Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC), this year's research conference expanded the categories to reflect the changing practices and structures of news making in the context of the digitization of media.

22 awarded fellowships in 16th UP-CMC Community Journalism Workshop

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.

Search for the next Journalism Department Chair

 Search for the Journalism Department chair 2012-2015
 (follow-up from a previous memo of the dept chair)


June 18, 2012

For all CMC faculty, admin staff, & students:

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16 awarded fellowships in 15th UP CMC community journalism workshop

(from the Official UP Diliman website)

Terrorists (by Prof. Luis V. Teodoro, from BusinessWorld Online)

Clashes between artistic freedom and religious sensibilities occur from time to time, and they become even more contentious when art, whether in the form of a novel, a sculpture, or a painting, is subsidized with public funds.

The controversy over the Kulô exhibit at the Cultural Center of the Philippines is not unique to this country. Neither are the demands for the CCP board members to resign, the threats to cut the CCP budget, the insults, hate messages, and death threats both the board as well as the artist have received, and even the vandalism of parts of the exhibit.

Call for Applications: 15th Lopez Jaena Community Journalism Workshop

Fellowships open for Workshop in October

The University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP CMC) will hold the 15th Lopez Jaena Journalism Workshop from October 19 to 25 at the UP College of Mass Communication, Diliman, Quezon City.

Fellowship slots are available for this workshop. Applications are open to full-time print, broadcast and online journalists.

The workshop will focus on justice and human rights.

Prof. Luis Teodoro and Dr. Lourdes Portus speak at C4D Confab

text by Prof. Marichu Lambino

Communication Research Department Chair Dr. Odette Portus, and former Dean and Prof. Lecturer Luis V. Teodoro deliver papers at the Communication for Development Forum organized by the UNESCO last Tuesday, 28 June 2011 at the Astoria Plaza Hotel in Ortigas, Pasig City. Malacañang Press Secretary Sonny Coloma delivered the opening remarks.