ABS-CBN Integrated News and Current Affairs chief Regina "Ging" Reyes said the Filipino audience are "overentertained and underinformed." Reyes cited the media and the country's poor educational system as parts of the problem. READ:
At the virtual forum 'Reality Check: State of Journalism in the Philippines', ABS-CBN Integrated News and Current Affairs chief Ging Reyes was asked what journalists could do to promote critical thinking and media literacy. FULL STORY:
In her speech to the graduates of UP College of Mass Communication, ABS-CBN News chief Ging Reyes said that journalists are not perfect and must learn from mistakes. But when politicians interfere, she said journalists should not back down. #CourageON
LOOK: ABS-CBN News chief Ging Reyes joins the vigil outside the ABS-CBN compound on Friday. (📷Fernando Sepe, Jr., ABS-CBN News) The vigil is held hours after the House Committee on Legislative Franchises denied the Kapamilya network's franchise bid.
Even after lawmakers killed ABS-CBN's franchise bid, the Kapamilya network will remain committed to its mission to be in the service of the Filipino, says ABS-CBN News chief Ging Reyes reiterating the news division's role in the company.
More than just delivering the news, journalism is about public service, says ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs head Ging Reyes during the House hearing. #ABSCBNfranchise
ABS-CBN news chief Ging Reyes debunked Senior Deputy Majority Boying Remulla’s accusations that the network intentionally insults government officials in some of its reports. Reyes said that journalists report about the truth – including exposing the wrongdoings of officials.
ABS-CBN News chief Ging Reyes, who last produced a newscast more than a decade ago, is back on the producer's chair for TV Patrol's final newcast. The final words from the newscast were from her. | via @jeffcanoy