Journalism students of De La Salle University – Dasmariñas, holds a radio show discussing Journalism Safety

By Karen Kate Celajes and Lhet Flores

With the end of the academic year just around the corner, DLSU-D Green FM in association with the senior students of Development Broadcasting subject under the Journalism Program, intensifies their advocacy to give knowledge about journalism safety and fight violence against journalists, through a radio show entitled, ‘Journalism on Guard’ aired on DLSU-D 95.9 Green FM, the official radio station of the university.

The executive producers of the show, Angie-lhyne Austria, Nestor Hilario and Steven Custodio decided to divide the show into three segments with different focuses or matters about journalism safety.

“In a nutshell, ‘Journalism on Guard’ tackles the significance and necessity Safety of Journalists. Doon lagi umiikot yung topics nap ag-uuspan.”, host, Bryan Ellis Castillo said.

In addition, Castillo said that journalists from PTV 4, Bea Bernardo and Allan Francisco were invited. The guests talked about the life of a female journalist with possible dangers such as harassment and indecent proposals with a discussion about the laws and government efforts to guard and secure the freedom of the press.

Entertaining the listeners, a drama entitled ‘Ang Dynamic Trio’ is a segment about two journalist who discovered anomalies of a politician, which lead them to life threatening scenarios. The segment is a representation of possible scenarios that could happen when covering stories.


Edited by Al Cabido; Posted by Kathleen Basence

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