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first_imgDubbed “Printegrity,” the 2019 PrintMedia Congress gathers some of the biggest personalities in the print industryunder one venue for an exchange of ideas and solutions to important issuesfacing the print media industry today. MANILA – The United Print Media Group(UPMG), the association the Philippines’ biggest and most respectednewspaper companies, holds its Print Media Congress (PrintCon) today at theRigodon Hall of Manila Hotel. It hinges on the theme “InnovatingPrint through Credible Content” to highlight the importance of integrity, credibilityand reliability in the delivery of news and information in this medium. Both Atienza and Sarmiento hope tocome up with congress resolutions and ratifications at the end of the congressto future-proof the industry. They believe that despite the challenges, thismoment also presents an incredible opportunity for the industry to reinventitself and innovate using it strongest asset: its ability to craft compelling,thought-provoking, credible content./PN This will be followed by a paneldiscussion on “Exploring New Businesses, New Opportunities for Print” to be ledby Lucien Dy Tioco, executive vice president of Philstar Media Group togetherwith Richard Alarcon, assistant vice president for advertising of ManilaBulletin, and Joyce Panares, news editor of Manila Standard. “Even in this digital age, it is ofprime importance that our news content be dependable regardless of whatplatform we have it,” according to Barbie Atienza, UPMG president. This year’s Print Media Congress willalso be highlighted by the presentation of a qualitative studycommissioned by UPMG on news and information consumption and how these canbring about new opportunities for print, by another keynote speaker, KantarMedia Head Jay Bautista. Alexandra Prieto-Romualdez, presidentand chief executive officer of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, and AngelGuerrero, president and editor-in-chief of Adobo Magazine, will leadthe CEO Forum on “How to Reimagine the Business of News.” This sessionwill be moderated by BusinessWorld editor-in-chief Roby Alampay. Welcoming Print Media Congressdelegates to the City of Manila is no less than Mayor Francisco “Isko” DomagosoMoreno who will talk about “Leading Through Transparency and Integrity.” He added that almost all their membershave embraced the digital medium and yet maintain the discipline and the valuesof responsible journalism. UPMG vice president and congresschairman Jay Sarmiento also said the congress will stress the need to strategizetowards exploring new business models, new ways of doing things to respondeffectively to the changing demands of time. The whole day conference will featureas one of the keynote speakers Pichai Chuensuksawadi, consultant for ASEANMEDIA Forum and former editor-in-chief of Bangkok Post. He will present“Innovation in News Media: Transformation and Business Models.” For the final panel discussion, thetopic will be “Building Collaborations and Partnerships for a SustainableFuture for Print” with Chito Maniago, president of the Philippine Associationof National Advertisers; Andy Saracho, president of Public Relations Society ofthe Philippines; Dennis Perez, president of the Internet and Mobile MarketingAssociation of the Philippines; Donald Lim, president of the Media SpecialistsAssociation of the Philippines; and Alex Syfu, chairman of the AdvertisingStandards Council of the Philippines with past UPMG president Ricky Alegre asmoderator.last_img read more

first_imgThe club said he will be “provisionally replaced” by ex-player Santiago Solari, currently coach of B team Castilla.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Real Madrid has sacked Julen Lopetegui as manager after four and a half months in charge at the Bernabeu.The Spaniard succeeded Zinedine Zidane in June but the crushing 5-1 loss to Barcelona in El Clasico on Sunday was the team’s fifth loss in six games.Real, now ninth in La Liga, have 14 points from a possible 30, the club’s worst start since 2001-02.last_img read more

first_imgA 55 year old West Donegal man is to face trial on 84 sex charges against young boys.The man, who cannot be named, is accused of the rape and the sexual assault of four boys aged between 12 and 14 between 1999 and 2004.Garda James Canning told Glenties District Court that he served the book of evidence in the case on the defendant yesterday morning in Glenties. Inspector Sylvie Henry said the Director of Public Prosecutions had consented to all charges being sent to the Central Criminal Court.The man is also charged with illegally having a revolver on July 29th last year.Defence solicitor Patsy Gallagher applied for bail in the case but it was objected to by the Gardai.Judge Seamus Hughes said he was refusing bail because of the seriousness and the number of alleged offences.He said he would be recommending an early trial and ordered the accused be remanded on bail at Castlerea Prison to appear at the current sitting of the Central Criminal Court.EndsWEST DONEGAL MAN SENT FOR TRIAL ON LITANY OF SEX ABUSE CHARGES AGAINST BOYS was last modified: February 24th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more