Ateneo M.A. Journalism graduates Camille Elemia (fourth from left) and Walter Balane (first on right) recently took part in the Reporting ASEAN Fellowships and were in Bangkok for the Reporting ASEAN Media Forum held Feb. 17-19, 2017. Elemia, who writes for Rappler, produced a three-part in-depth report on Filipino migrants in Malaysia as part of
BOXING TO LIVE Jinggo Montenejo CAGAYAN DE ORO—In the hills of this city in the Philippines’ northern Mindanao region, an amateur boxing program provides boys and girls as young as 11 a unique opportunity to serve flag and country, and at the same time take a shot at a better life. In
Investigative journalism- Tricks of the trade by Aya Lowe “Think about it this way, if you don’t know how your money is being spent, if you don’t know how decisions are being made and if you don’t know who is influencing what. Then, how do you know what you really support or oppose,
The Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University is now accepting applications for the Diploma in Visual Journalism for 2017. The program, which will last for eight months, is designed to give Asian journalists, news photographers and videographers a wider theoretical and practical perspective on visual storytelling for news
100 days of Rodrigo Duterte Text by Luz Rimban Photos by ACFJ’s Diploma in Photojournalism alumni and Visual Journalism students DPJ: Mark Cristino, Froilan Gallardo, Mario Ignacio IV, Toto Lozano, Raffy Lerma, Lyn Rillon, Aaron Vicencio, and Veejay Villafranca DVJ: Jinggo Montenejo and Richard Reyes 100 Days of Rodrigo Duterte / Google Photos
The book that featured the works of the first eight graduates of ACFJ’s MA Journalism program was reviewed by Pacific Media Center director Dr David Robie. In his review entitled Conflicts challenge the Asian news media, Dr Robie lauded the book saying “The chapters in Blood are a celebration of the KAF [Konrad Adenauer
Soham Gupta and Richard Dy, photojournalism graduates, will participate in a photography workshop to be held in New Delhi, September 22 to 26.
Four Mindanao-based graduates of ACFJ’s photojournalism and multimedia journalism programs received citations for their reports which featured consequences of conflict in the Philippine media. Photojournalism alumna Ruby Thursday More’s still photo entitled ‘Bakwit’ (displaced persons; based on the word ‘evacuate’) won the second prize in the photography category of the Red Cross Humanitarian Awards held at The Bayleaf Intramuros, Manila, August 27.
Visual literacy student Yusuf Ahmed and DPJ alumni A.M. Ahad and Soham Gupta were among the 10 photographers recognized in Transparency International’s youth photo and writing competition last month. Their photos bested around 500 entries on the theme ‘Illustrate the negative effects that corruption has on your world,’ according to the organizer’s website.
Three of Sailendra Kharel’s images were recognized in the International Money Express (IME)-Global IME Bank Nepal photo contest and exhibition 069 held in July. Kharel’s still image about the local women of the Mustang district of Nepal was named as the Photo of the Year while his still image of a young cyclist watching the