5 changes to media in Duterte’s Philippines

Impact on PR and marketing
Before the controversial Donald Trump turned the American elections on its head, there was Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. With Davao City as his model, the erstwhile mayor from the south rose to overwhelm his Manila-based rivals and became the country's 16th president.
1. Chat for real time coordination
A lot of factors played in Duterte's successful presidential run. But there's one thing that gave the Duterte media campaign an edge in the fast-paced race.

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Mindanao leg of media awards set Dec. 3

Nominees from 4 urban centers bared
The Awards Night of the Globe Media Excellence Awards (GMEA) Mindanao has been reset to December 3, 2015 at the SMX Convention Center even as a total of 58 entries were shortlisted for various categories of the most anticipated premier award-giving body that recognizes excellence in journalism in the Visayas and Mindanao.

The Awards  Night for the Visayas leg transpired last September 24, 2015 at the Cebu Grand Convention Center.

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21 things to know re GMEA 2015 awards

Globe Media Excellence Awards finals
After the Catholic Mass Media Awards 2015 finals, attention shifts to the Globe Media Excellence Awards (GMEA) 2015. The Visayas leg of the awards will happen during the Cebu Press Freedom Week celebration this September 2015.

A lot has happened since journalists, bloggers, and social media beat the deadline months ago to join this prestigious annual awards.

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Haiyan, cybersex reports win 2014 awards

Globe Media Excellence Awards 2014
An investigative report on Haiyan, locally called Yolanda that devastated a wide swath of central Philippines, has bagged one of the top awards of the 3rd Davao Media Excellence Awards at the SMX Convention Center in Davao City last November 27, 2014.

Earlier, reports on cybersex in Cordova town in Cebu province gained the nod of judges in the 3rd Cebu Media Excellence Awards at the Marriot Hotel in Cebu City on September 24, 2014.

The Philippine top telecommunications company, Globe Telecom initiated the excellence awards in Cebu and Davao for those who have shown

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Geeks from PH, abroad arriving in Boracay

[caption id="attachment_3486" align="alignleft" width="490"] Cebu blogger, FB group admin, broadcast personality, heritage advocate, and tour guide Ka Bino Guerrero arrives early in Boracay as part of the GOAB advance party of PRworks.[/caption]
All systems go for `Geeks On A Beach’
Technology buffs and start-up developers are now arriving in Boracay for the “Geeks On A Beach” (GOAB) tech and startup conference on Sept.

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SGV & Co serves as official tabulator for media awards

SGV & Co., the country’s largest multidisciplinary professional services firm, will serve as official tabulator for the second Globe Telecom Cebu and Davao media excellence awards this year.

“SGV’s participation in this important undertaking will further lend credence to the determination of winners.  With its reputation and track record of having a high level of professional and ethical standards, we can assure everyone an honest and error-free counting and validation of votes,” said Yoly C.

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Globe partners with Cebu media for Sinulog 2012

[caption id="attachment_2392" align="aligncenter" width="406"] Globe Telecom partners with Y101 to bring a Super Fun Sinulog.[/caption]

Globe Telecom joins forces with the Sinulog Foundation and the local media in Cebu to help them in their coverage of the world-famous Sinulog Festival. Globe provided high-speed broadband connectivity and Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) connections at the Sinulog Media Center, located along Abellana Street in downtown Cebu.

The internet connection allowed hundreds of journalists covering the Sinulog Festival to easily send their stories and photos to their respective media organizations.

[caption id="attachment_2393" align="alignright" width="300"] Globe Telecom Visayas Legal Dept. chief Atty.

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PRworks list of CDO journalists affected by Sendong

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Houses totally washed out:

1. Cong Corrales - Mindanews, Gold Star Daily, TV 5, and Reuters

2. Joe Felicilda - Mindanao Daily Balita

3. John Paul Barsopia - Newsline Mindanao

4. Henry Lasola - GMA 7 CDO

5. Aping Bergacio - Reuters

First floor of houses totally inundated:

1. Erwin Mascariñas - Associated Press

2. Jigger J. Jerusalem - Gold Star Daily, Phil Star

3. Mike Baños - Business Week Mindanao

4. Joe Palabao - Business Week Mindanao

5. Joe Pantoja - Business Week Mindanao

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