Many thanks to all the journalists and bloggers who submitted proposals for Mulat Pinoy’s media fellowship: Philippine Population in Focus. We received many wonderful proposals, proving that popdev is on everyone’s minds, and great stories are to be found everywhere.
After much deliberation, our panel of judges were able to narrow down the selection to 4 fellows, whose proposals will be funded by the Mulat Pinoy project. These fellows are:
Renato Bashir Ilupa, DXSO Radyo ng Bayan Marawi
Gideon Isidro of 2bU, Philippine Daily Inquirer
Antonio Manaytay, Zamboanga Sibugay Tribune and Inside Mindanao
Ana Santos, SexAndSensibilities.com and IRIN News
Our fellows were selected by the following judges:
Jay Jay Orense, Program Manager, News and Public Affairs,
Dr. Zelda Zablan, Profesor, Population Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman
Jaileen Jimeno, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
Melba Estonilo, Professor, College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines, Diliman
Rose Marcelino, Director NCR, Philippine Population Commission
The fellows will be contacted by the Mulat Pinoy team on the technical details of their proposals. They have until the end of October to publish or air their work, which will also be featured in our closing workshop on November 6, 2010. Everyone is invited to attend this event.
Congratulations to the fellows, and many thanks to those who made an effort to submit. We hope to work with you!
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