What women journalist leaders in VisMin reveal about media during the pandemic?

What women journalist leaders in VisMin reveal about media during the pandemic?


Michelle So, Ruth Palo, Glazyl Masculino give us a peep.


How has the pandemic affected media in the Visayas and Mindanao? How do they deal with fake news during this pandemic? VisMin Speaks tackles these and other issues as we learn more about VisMin media through the eyes of women journalist leaders.

Because March is Women’s Month, VisMin Speaks host Chassy Cortes chats with Michelle So, Ruth Palo, and Glazyl Masculino. Besides, March 2021 marks a year after the imposition of a strict lockdown in the Philippines. This VisMin Speaks session should be interesting.


Chassy Cortes grills women journalist leadersVisMin Speaks premiers 2:00 pm on March 26, 2021

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Previous articles on VisMin perspectives

DICT Director urges digital transformation

Post-lockdown perspectives: Insights from Visayas and Mindanao

Public Relations in the Philippines during the pandemic


 

Meet 3 Women Journalist Leaders in Vismin

Michelle P. Sowomen journalist leader michelle so

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).

 

 

 

Ruth Palowomen journalist leader - ruth palo

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.

 

 

 

Glazyl MasculinoWomen journalist leader Glazyl Masculino

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.

 

 

 

Chassy Cortes grills 3 women journalist leaders

Multi-media personality, host, and voice-over artist, Chassy Cortes, will host VisMin Speaks and interview the three women journalist leaders. But who is she?

The challenge to become a radio personality attracted this young Cebuana talent to Sri Lanka some five years ago. She then saw herself turn into a celebrity of sorts, a household name in this foreign land.

Now, her voice could be the most recognizable on Sri Lankan radio. The Sri Lankans so loved her, they chose her to represent Sri Lanka in the Asia-Pacific press junket of Spiderman 2, Men in Black, and Angry Birds 2 in Bali, Indonesia. She interviewed Chris Hemsworth, Tom Holland, and John Cohen. She was also the official voiceover of the Colombo Fashion Week.

VisMin Speaks Chassy Cortes
A young Cebuana became a celebrity in Sri Lanka.
VisMin Speaks Chassy Cortes
Radio personality
Chassy Cortes with Chris Hemsworth.
Chassy Cortes with Chris Hemsworth.
Chassy Cortes with Tom Holland
Chassy Cortes with Tom Holland.

 

Yet, Chassy is primarily a Cebuana. Finding herself in Cebu during the lockdown, she could not just rest and stay home. She will host VisMin Speaks, starting at 2:00 pm this March 26.

Stay tuned for more updates on the VisMin Speaks series on our Facebook page (@prworksph) and website (www.prworksph.com).

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PRWorksPH Content Team is now composed of Emmanuel Mongaya, Alya Simone Mongaya, Patricia Quiachon, Sarah Vasquez, and Raphaella Bautista.

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