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Wednesday 26 August 2015

08-26-15| Banner stories of Philippine TV Network plus PAG-ASA Weather Updates & PNA

Media culture

Much media ownership is concentrated in the hands of prominent families and businesses. Consequently, some reports tend to be one-sided presentations favoring special interests. The privately owned press also tends toward sensationalism at times. (The Free Encyclopedia)

Freedom of the press

Further information: Human rights in the Philippines
The Office of the President is responsible for managing the government’s policy toward the press. Freedom of speech and freedom of the press are enshrined in the 1987 constitution. Although independent observers credit the government with respecting freedom of the press in general, the government has been criticized for failing to investigate thoroughly summary killings of journalists and for subjecting journalists to harassment and surveillance. (The Free Encyclopedia)

Violence against journalist

The fifth annual Worldwide Press Freedom Index released by the international press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has ranked the Philippines among the worst-ranked countries for 2006 at 142nd place. It indicates the continuing murders of journalists and increased legal harassment in the form of libel suits as part of the problem in the Philippines. Between 1986 to 2005, 52 journalists have been murdered. (The Free Encyclopedia)


  1. ABS-CBN|
    • Binay accused of earning P2-B from city hall contracts
    • Senate hunt for Limlingan, Baloloy continues
    • Meet champ golfer Jason Day's Pinay mom
    • 'All of Me' gives lead actors Albert, JM second chance
    • Taylor Swift's boyfriend is world's highest-paid DJ
    • PBB 737: Dawn confronts James for being 'touchy'
    • What Jolina, Marvin learned about love from 'Flordeliza'
    • Calls mount for MMDA chief's resignation
    • Strong typhoons are the 'new normal'
    • SET: No politics involved in Poe disqualification case
    • BOC admits stricter rules for air parcels
    • OFWs to hold 'zero remittance day'
    • 'Voice Kids' finalists open 'Showtime' with OPM hits
    • Trillanes is behind Escudero in Magdalo VP survey
    • WATCH: Bongbong Marcos enumerates father's accomplishments for PH
    • Dela Cruz: Time for San Beda to get serious
    • Is 'Tulong Dunong' new pork in CHED budget?
    • Is your business ready to franchise?
    • Palace urged: Prioritize bill on lower income taxes
    • WATCH: Jennylyn charms Sam in 'The Prenup' teaser
    • From fax to Instagram: The journey of Cathy Yang
    • SEC warns recruiters of investment scams
    • How Sarah G reacted to 'Voice Kids' Top 4
    • BOC: No more random checks on balikbayan boxes
    • WATCH: Vice Ganda rides taxi, jokes with driver
    • Why Paolo Bediones is thankful to ABS-CBN
    • Top 4 'Voice Kids' artists named
    • Sarah Lahbati heats up 'ASAP' stage anew
    • Miriam blasts 'thieves' in Bureau of Customs
    • LOOK: Stars at Ariana Grande concert
    • Why Kris Aquino was brought to hospital
    • VIRAL: Waitress tipped with 'LOL' cries foul
    • Serena, Djokovic top seeds for US Open              
    • Fox News boss seeks apology after Trump Twitter tirade              
    • Bob Dylan's ‘Hard Rain’ lyrics to be auctioned in London  
    • Mama panda prefers bigger twin cub, US zoo worried about smaller one             
    • Japanese whiskey arrives at the International Space Station
    • Payo ni Regine Velasquez sa 'AlDub' tandem: 'Walang susuko' 
    • Damon, Bullock lead stars descending on Toronto for 40th film festival 
    • French prosecutor says Thalys gunman premeditated attack 
    • Dating pulis, patay matapos barilin sa loob ng ipinapasada niyang van
    • Oxalic acid, lumitaw sa awtopsiya ng mag-asawang nakitang patay sa sasakyan
    • Pemberton's confession will not lead to homicide downgrade – De Lima              
    • Wall St. posts biggest rally of the year               
  1. TV5|
    • News5 launches #NaisKo 'B.A.Y.A.W. for President' election advocacy campaign
    • Palace defends appearance of Cabinet officials in television ads
    • Dismissed minister files illegal detention raps vs Iglesia execs at DOJ
    • Damage to farm sector due to typhoon 'Ineng' hits P143 million

PAG-ASA News and Weather


Issued at:25 August 2015
Valid beginning:6:00 PM today until 6:00 AM tomorrow
Weather Situation : Metro Manila and rest of the forecast area will experience partly cloudy to cloudy sky with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms. Moderate to strong winds coming from the southwest will prevail over the region with moderate to rough seas...

Northern Luzon

Issued at: 7:00 PM today, 25 August 2015
Valid Beginning: 7:00 PM today until 7:00 PM tomorrow
Local Forecast:

Southern Luzon

Issued at: 5:00 PM today, 25 August 2015
Valid Beginning: 5:00 PM today until 5:00 PM tomorrow
Local Forecast:
Ang Kabikulan, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon, Marinduque asin Norteng Samar magiging bahagyang mapanganuron sundo sa mapanganuron na may pulo-pulong pagkikilat-pagdaguldol. Moderato sundo sa makusog na duros ang maghahali sa sursulnupan na may moderato sundo sa maalon na…


Issued at: 5:00 AM today, 25 August 2015
Valid Beginning: 5:00 AM today until 5:00 AM tomorrow
Local Forecast:
Panagsang madagumon ngadto sa madagumon nga kalangitan inubana sa pat-ak pat-ak nga pagpanugdug ug kilat ang mopasulabi sa Visayas. Kasarangan ngadto sa makusug nga hangin nga nagagikan sa habagatang-kasagpan ang mopasulabi sa Visayas ug ang kadagatan…


Issued at: 5:00 PM today, 25 August 2015
Valid Beginning: 5:00 PM today until 5:00 PM tomorrow
Local Forecast:
Ang tibuok dapit sa Mindanao makasinati sa panalagsang pagdag um ngadto nasa madag umon nga kalangitan inubanan sa katag katag nga pag ulan ug panalugdog. Adunay hinay ngadto sa kasarangan nga hangin ang magagikan sa habagatan ngadto sa habagatang kasadpang…


Q2 Infra spending leaps by 37.3% y-o-y -- DBM chief
MANILA, Aug. 26 (PNA) -- The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) on Wednesday announced that government spending on infrastructure and capital outlay (CO) rose to Php81.8 billion in the second quarter of the year, 37.3 percent higher than levels posted in the previous year.

Palace: President Aquino still trusts Lina, Tolentino
MANILA, Aug. 26 (PNA) -- President Benigno S. Aquino III continues to put his trust on Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chair Francis Tolentino.

U.S. companies optimistic on ASEAN business prospects
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug. 26 (PNA/Bernama) -- The annual ASEAN Business Outlook Survey has revealed that American companies remain generally optimistic about business prospects in ASEAN.

ASG-UTG leader involved in Sipadan kidnapping falls
ZAMBOANGA CITY, Aug. 26 (PNA) -– Government operatives have arrested a leader of the Abu Sayyaf Group’s (ASG) Urban Terrorist Group (UTG) involved in kidnapping of 21 people, including Europeans, 15 years ago in Sipadan, Malaysia.

DOH-MIMAROPA inspires PHOs towards closing the remaining health gaps
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Palawan, Aug. 26 (PNA) -- The Department of Health (DOH)-MIMAROPA on Tuesday spearheaded the efforts of inspiring Provincial Health Officers (PHOs) nationwide capacity to improve its health service delivery to the people in closing some of the remaining health gaps in fully achieving Universal Health Care UHC agenda of the Aquino administration.

EcoWaste renews call to prohibit sale of repacked oxalic acid on streets
MANILA, Aug. 26 (PNA) -- The EcoWaste Coalition renewed its call for the strict regulation of oxalic acid that will specifically ban its unregulated repacking for retail on streets and public markets, as well as its unchecked use for non-industrial applications.

NASA found 'Star Wars' spaceship on Mars
MOSCOW, Aug. 26 (PNA/Sputnik) -- Star Wars fans couldn’t believe their eyes. NASA’s Curiosity Rover took a photo which appears to have captured an object which looks strikingly similar to a Star Destroyer from the blockbuster series.

'Habagat' to bring more rains over Ilocos region
MANILA, Aug. 26 (PNA) -- Ilocos Region will continue to experience a rainy weather Wednesday due to "hanging habagat" or southwest monsoon affecting the area, according to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). 

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