Globe Media Excellence Awards 2015
We uploaded the nine winning entries of the 4th Globe Media Excellence Awards (GMEA) Visayas ranging from print, radio, television to social media. These are products of outstanding journalists and social media practitioners — exemplary work in bringing most relevant social issues to the fore through the different channels of print, broadcast and digital media.
The GMEA Visayas finals at the Grand Convention Center of Cebu last September 24, 2015 was doubly meaningful as it coincided with celebrations of the Cebu Press Freedom Week.
“As Globe strives to be at the forefront of the Filipino digital lifestyle and as we ensure that our customers are ready to face the future, we hope that together with media professionals and social media practitioners, who take on relevant social issues, that we can all contribute in effecting meaningful transformation in our society for a more wonderful Philippines,” Globe Senior Vice President for Corporate Communications Yoly Crisanto said.
The nine winning media contents were selected from a total of 688 entries this year compared with 522 last year. Entries were from various media organizations in Cebu, Bacolod and Iloilo.
But have you actually read, watched, or listened to their work? Did at least one made you grasp more firmly the various social issues investigated? Did at least one moved you to actually do something? Have you savored the nine media contents judged as the best in the Visayas in 2015?
Perhaps, journalists and social media advocates might want to enjoy the winning entries of colleagues in the central Philippine islands called the Visayas. Or you might want to decipher what moved the GMEA 2015 judges to select the nine winning entries and thus perhaps pick some pointers.
Whatever. Share with us your thoughts in the comments section below after going through the entries. Cheers!
Prodigal father returns to serve
Ador Vincent Mayol of Cebu Daily News bagged the Reporter of the Year for Print award for this winning article.[pdf-embedder url=”https://prworksph.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Copy-of-07-Prodigal-father-returns-to-serve-1-of-2.pdf”] [pdf-embedder url=”https://prworksph.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Copy-of-07-Prodigal-father-returns-to-serve-2-of-2.pdf”]
Fish in the troubled waters
Recognized as Explanatory or Investigative Story of the Year for Print/Online by Cherry Ann Lim and Liberty Pinili from Sunstar Cebu.[pdf-embedder url=”https://prworksph.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Copy-of-02-Fish-in-the-troubled-waters-1-of-3.pdf”] [pdf-embedder url=”https://prworksph.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Copy-of-02-Fish-in-the-troubled-waters-2-of-3.pdf”]
Waste pollution in our midst
Atty. Gloria Ramos, also from Cebu Daily News, was declared as Columnist of the Year for her article “Waste pollution in our midst”.
Out of reach
Alex Badayos of Sun.Star Cebu bagged “Photojournalist of the Year” for his photo “Out of reach”. Sun.Star Cebu Editor in Chief Isolde Amante receives the trophy in behalf of Badayos.
Vanishing Treasures of Negros
Recognized as Blogger of the Year was Glady Reyes for this blog post.
Negros is losing 2,400 hectares of forest a year
Reyes was also named as Social Media Advocate of the Year. “According to DENR, Negros Or is losing 2,400 hectares of forest a year”.
Kangitngit sa kinabuhi dili babag
The winning entry of Rowena Capistrano of dyRF who was named Reporter of the Year for Radio.
The top recognition of Reporter of the Year for Television was given to Patricia Andrea Patena from TV5 for her feature “Tusok-tusok”. Patena also bagged the Explanatory or Investigative Story of the Year for TV, also for “Tusok-tusok.”
We believe the GMEA 2015 Visayas winners would want to know what are your thoughts about their entries. Please share it with us in the forum below.
Finally, the Awards Night for GMEA 2015 Mindanao will happen this November 17, 2015. Thanks!
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