Sunday, February 17, 2008

Feb 24 on Rock Ed Radio>>> ANG PERYODIKO.

Note: The World Bank defines corruption as use of public office for private profit.

Aling section ang talagang binabasa mo sa peryodiko?

Let's talk to the Inquirer's Manuel Quezon III, Malaya's Jose Bayani Baylon, and former Rep. Gilbert Remulla. We can ask them for their opinions on print-media ethics, the issues surrounding the NBN-ZTE deal or whatever it is you want to ask them, actually. (the Explainer on board! wuhooo)

Joining this roster is young writer Alex Cruz of the Philippine Graphic. Incidentally, the band called Peryodiko will sit in the class. (Vin, Kakoy, Abe and Simon)

Kung tamad kang magbasa ng dyaryo, makinig ka sandali dito sa episode na 'to. Para ugaliin mo na ring araw-arawin ang pagbabasa ng PERYODIKO. Incidentally, this will also be our "Remembering EDSA" episode. (well, let's see where the conversation will take us....)

There is much to learn.

Ask away.

PS: As of Feb 22. UP Student Regent, Terry Ridon confirmed that he will be joining the show.

As of Feb 23. BayanMuna Rep. Satur Ocampo confirmed that he will be joining the show, too.


We decided to divide the show into two segments on Feb 24.


leyo said...

tamad akong magbasa ng dyaryo.. wala din akong pambili.

gang, ang saya nung episode last night..
excited na ko dun sa scientology episode next next week!!
sana makarating si tom cruise.
mabuhay ang RockEd!

leyo said...

p.s. binabasa ko yung shobis.
nadedepress kasi ako sa mga balita.. puro patayan!
sana makarating yung mga senators..
sayang wala kung maisip na tanong.

raffy of alabang said...

For Manolo Quezon -- what do you think of Lozada?

Anonymous said...

Rep Gilbert Remulla what are you doing and which group are you supporting in the light of this NBN ZTE deal?

deuts said...

bakit kaya walang blog ang nu 107. It would have been cool, with updates like the latest countdown just posted as a blogpost, plus podcasts, so we can listen to special programs over the internet.

cguro, di makakaya ng server pag meron clang interactive community through a site like a blog.

leyo again said...

Sino si Lozada??

mokay said...

i like reading the newspaper. Nagsimula yung pagkahilig ko nung 1st yr highschool ako. Libre kasi sa school namin, araw-araw meron. Ayos diba?

Pero ngayon graduate na ng HS, tuwing Sunday na lang ako nakakapagbasa ng diyaryo. I try to read more about the good news pag binabasa ko yung diyaryo, mas nakakagaan kasi ng feeling.

jared said...

Manuel Quezon III -- I salute you. You are among the few I read and believe in the journalism world. What do you think of all the bickering in your website? I've been going through it. Is it a good or a bad sign for you? Many of the comments are valid and the rest are stupid and funny! How do you feel or what do you think of the comments? (like that titanium/Bencard comment?)

Anonymous said...

yung sa classified ads yung binabasa ko!

eagleman said...

i think that more than corruption of finanaces, a more pressing issue is the corruption of the people's minds [regarding corruption]. it suddenly is a norm to be regarded as a folthy corrupt alligator nowadays, don't you think so??

Anonymous said...

di ko na alam kung sinong papaniwalaan nakakapagod na sana maisip nila yung mga mamamayang nagugutom at mga batang nangangalakal..
teka anong meron sa scientology?
miss ko na boses at matalas na dila ni lourd.

- kuracha

johan said...

i firstly read the editorial section of newspapers, para alam ko ung different views sa issue at makapagbuo rin ako ng sarili kong stand.

"i dont know what's going to happen over the next view decades or forever, but i do know one thing: there is one thing worse than rulers that are evil....
That is a people that will do nothing to stop them."

Join the search for truth and accountability. Fight corruption and tyrrany.


coffin-for-my-mother-in-law said...

'corruption' watta ugly word, parang nunal ni gloria

*cough* *cough*

whoa! i'm possessed!

jaryo? ok yung garfield sa jr. inquirer XD kakasawa politricks articles

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