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.
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.
Filipinos are by nature pleasant, unwilling to rock the boat. One of the country’s core values, after all, is pakikisama or being agreeable — just going with the flow. We shy away from confrontations to protect a kapwa Pilipino’s amor propio.
Isa ako sa mga Kapuso na lumipad papuntang Cagayan de Oro noong Pebrero para sa una sa serye ng Pilipinas Debates 2016, na inihatid ng GMA Network, Philippine Daily Inquirer, at Commission on Elections (Comelec), kasama ang Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas. Kung hindi n’yo pa ito napapanood, narito ang full video ng debate:
Kami ng kasamahan ko sa GMA News Social Media na si Justin Joyas ang natoka na mag-report nang live sa Facebook page ng GMA News ng mga nangyayari sa likod ng television cameras. Kasama din namin si Aileen Perez ng GMA Public Affairs Social Media para naman sa 360 videos sa Facebook.
Dubbed “The Punisher” and Davao’s “Dirty Harry,” Mayor Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte does not mince words. He has been known to lace his speeches with expletives, and his controversial statements are often quoted in the headlines.
In “Wanted: President,” the long-time mayor faces veteran anchor Mel Tiangco as she questions him about his alleged human rights’ abuses and the so-called Davao Death Squad. When Tiangco asks Duterte about how he intends to rid the country of drugs, crime and corruption in six months, Duterte replies, “It could be bloody.”