Access to the New York Times’ website and mobile apps is free to all from today until Wednesday, its executive editor announced on Sunday.
“As journalists who have covered our fair share of campaigns, we consider these moments to be among the most important in the life of a democracy. We believe that everyone, without exception, deserves a deeper understanding of the candidates, the issues and the results of this unprecedented election,” New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet said in an email to the newspapers’ readers.
On top of covering the biggest news stories this Undas, the country’s longest-running morning show “Unang Hirit” and leading primetime newscast “24 Oras” will also be mounting Serbisyong Totoo booths — one at the Manila North Cemetery and another at the Manila South Cemetery — from Monday, October 31, until Wednesday, November 2.
The Serbisyong Totoo booths will be providing free and unlimited water refill; charging stations for phone and gadgets; security name tags for kids; and other freebies such as candies, handy fan, garbage bags, candles, and stem flower.
The Philippines’ most trusted broadcast news organization, GMA News, is all set for the most comprehensive coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte’s first-ever State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday, July 25, 2016.
Anchored by GMA News pillars Jessica Soho and Mike Enriquez, GMA News’ “Du30: Unang SONA” special coverage gives Filipinos up-to-the-minute reportage from Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City where the first-ever President from Mindanao addresses the entire nation.
Nagsanib-puwersa ang GMA Network at Facebook para ihatid sa atin ang “Para Po Sa Bayan: The GMA News-Facebook Jeepney.” Sa pagpasada ng GMA-FB Jeep, kinapanayam ni Raffy Tima ang mga vice presidential candidates para mas makilala sila ng mga tao.