The UP CMC Media Literacy Workshop scheduled this October 2013 has been CANCELLED. Prof. Patrick Campos, the Workshop Director, decided not to push through with the workshop because the target number of attendees was not reached.
We hope to offer the UP CMC Media Literacy Workshop again in summer (April/May).
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.
July 28, Saturday, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
College of Mass Communication Auditorium
Plaridel Hall, Ylanan Street
University of the Philippines Diliman
Creative industry experts on film, animation, and gaming from the USA will interact and exchange ideas with young Filipino artists on global perspectives on expanding the market of local creations. A selection of creative works will be presented before the open forum.
Do you have more than 800 contacts, 200 followers, and dozens of likes on your posts? That means next to nothing if it doesn’t translate into actual support for a cause: the youth’s cause. Following the success of the Kabataan News Network programme, the Probe Media Foundation, Inc. (PMFI), now dares college students all over the country to convert their social networks into something with a social net worth.
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.
The BC Faculty met for three days in Tagaytay to review the achievements, issues and curricula of AY 2010-2011, and created new plans and strategies for the coming school year.
The Faculty discussed the possibility of creating new projects and events, such as the BC Week and the Kritika Festival, how to beef up DZUP Operations and reach a wider audience, and continuously innovate in the classes offered year to year.