Mulat Pinoy-Kabataan News Network asks journalism students from the University of Santo Tomas about why they want to be journalists, the kind of stories they would do in the future, what characteristics they think a good journalist must possess, and other ideas on the profession.
#AspiringJournalists Speak Out is created by MP-KNN to reach out and engage future practitioners about the media industry and profession. The interviews were done in March 2014 at the 1st Metrobank Foundation Journalism of the Year Lecture Series (#JOYLectures).
Robert Vergara talks about responsible journalism.
Pia Felise Quinto of UST talks about the kind of stories she would like to do.
Why does Monica Hernandez of UST want to be a journalist?
Aspiring Journalists Speak – UST Students
Let’s hear from Kim Naparan.
These are Jhoana Paula Tuazon’s thoughts on journalism.
Let’s hear from Karl Cedrick Basco.
Let’s hear from Charriz Dominique Babao.
Let’s hear from Jan Marini de Guzman.
Emmanuel Calingauon tells us what he thinks are the characteristics of a good journalist.
Here are some thoughts from Rodora Garcia.
Mariel Veatryxz Ramos talks about why responsible journalism matters.
Kris Joven Medalla talks about the importance of responsibility in journalism.
Student Love Joy Pasagui speaks about the career she wants to pursue.
Here is Arianne Merez sharing her thoughts on journalism.
Rhowee Buergo wants to talk about her fellow young people and what they can do for society.
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