The video below is a story I produced and wrote in 2007 for the public affairs program, Reporter’s Notebook. Three years later, the concerns this story raised remain relevant. There is still much improvement in terms of educating the public Continue reading Reporter's Notebook: The Partylist System in the Philippines
Here is another one from the baul: Hulbut-Hulbot, a story on illegal fishing in Leyte. The story, of course, shows hulbut-hulbot’s effects on the environment. This was produced in 2006 for the public affairs program, Reporter’s Notebook. Part 1 Part Continue reading Reporter's Notebook: Hulbut-Hulbot
I have been a bit under the weather this whole weekend, so I decided to just rest — true to my status on Facebook that I’d be sleeping Friday night, only to wake up Monday. When one decides to stay Continue reading Cebu's Inmates and Michael Jackson
A Freudian slip? A joke half-meant? A trial balloon for her plans of being Prime Minister? Whatever it is, there are indications that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is not bent on embracing retirement from politics after 2010. The following video was Continue reading PGMA for Congress?!
Kabitero was a story I did in 2006 for Reporter’s Notebook. The story brought our team to Baguio City, where explosives would be used to facilitate the construction of houses. The practice does bring about its share of problems for Continue reading Blast from the Past: Kabitero
I was, as usual, spring cleaning my hard drive when I saw this video file. It was my Good Friday story in 2005. Four years later, I find that the story still is true and relevant. The story focuses on Continue reading Good Friday Commercialized?