Tune in to the first episode of VisMin Speaks, Women Leaders in Media: Communication and Information during the Pandemic, and listen to three established VisMin women journalists share their experiences:
With the recent retirement of Nini Cabaero as the editor-in-chief, MPS or Michelle P. So has become editor-in-chief of both Sun.Star and Superbalita Cebu. Last year, Michelle So won the Editor of the Year for Visayas award of the Globe Media Excellence Awards (GMEA).
The Davao City-based media veteran Ruth Palo is the CEO of the online news outlet NewsFort.ph. With over 20 years of experience in broadcast and print media, Ruth Palo and a handful of Davao journalists ventured into purely digital media at the height of the pandemic. She also writes for Manila Times.
This young journalist writes for the Manila Bulletin and the Guardian. She is a past president of the Negros Press Club. Take note. She assumed that position in March 2020, the month President Rodrigo R. Duterte began carrying out a very strict lockdown.
To be hosted by multimedia personality, host, and voice-over artist, Chassy Cortes
Discussion will include:
What is the role of the media during the pandemic???
What challenges are being faced by traditional and digital media outlets???
What are they doing to hurdle these challenges???
What has changed in the way they do their work???
The episode will premiere this Friday, March 26, 2 PM, on PRworks Visayas-Mindanao (Philippines) Facebook Page
VisMin Speaks is a Facebook series organized by PRWorks that aims to show the different perspectives in the Visayas and Mindanao on various topics, in the belief that these islands have the potential of coming together, growing, and developing as one.
PRWorks is a public relations agency based in Cebu with the Visayas and Mindanao as its niche. It has more than 15 years of experience working with international and local partner-clients.