Monday, November 26, 2007

3rd PopDev Awards

3rd Annual Population Development Awards


Best in News Reportage Writing Winner: Linette C. Ramos, Sun.Star Cebu (score: 68.56): “LGUs told: Invest more in schools” and other stories 2nd Place: Jujemay G. Awit, Sun.Star Cebu (score: 64.75): “Popcom urges parents to go back to school” and other stories. 3rd Place: Ira P. Pedrasa, BusinessWorld (score: 63.63): “Migration affecting quality of voting population-economists” and other stories.

Best in Investigative Reporting Winner: Mayette Q. Tabada, Rene H. Martel, Rianne C. Tecson, Jujemay G. Awit, Cherry Ann T. Lim, Sun.Star Cebu (score: 80.38): “Surviving Aging” 2nd Place: Mayette Q. Tabada, Rianne C. Tecson, Jujemay G. Awit, Cherry Ann T. Lim, Sun.Star Cebu (score: 77.83): “Hidden Scourge” 3rd Place: Liberty A. Pinili, Jeanette P. Malinao, Linette C. Ramos, Cherry Ann T. Lim, Rianne C. Tecson, Mayette Q. Tabada, Sun.Star Cebu (score: 76.19): “Is the well running dry?”

Best in Opinion Writing Winner: Rene Ezpeleta Bartolo, The Mindanao Times (score: 66.25): “A little less of everything” 2nd Place: Julia Careeon-Lagoc, The News Today, Iloilo City (score: 55.75): “A brighter day for little Jane” 3rd Rene Ezpeleta Bartolo, The Mindanao Times (score: 55.25): “What do we want, really?”


Best in News Reportage Writing Winner: GMANews.TV (score: 39.5): “Campaign Day 31: Birth control issue killing bets' chances and other stories; 2nd Place: GMANews.TV (score: 33.15): “Bird flu alert up and other stories 3rd Place: GMANews.TV (score: 22.50): “Campaign Day 39: Poverty, hunger as poll issues” and other stories.

Best in Investigative Reporting Winner: Frank Cimatu, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (score: 75.5): “Sex, Laws and Video Nights” 2nd Place: Red Batario, Girlie Alvarez, PCIJ (score: 63.25): “Postcards from the Road Back” 3rd Place: Lala Ordonez-Cascolan, PCIJ (score: 56.25): “A Mother’s Breastfeeding Story”

Best in Opinion Writing Winner: Samira Gutoc, PCIJ (score: 71.5): “Confronting Peace, Battling Stereotypes” 2nd Place: Maytet Diokno-Pascual, Clarence Pascual, PCIJ (score: 57.75): Walking on a Knife’s Edge” 3rd Place: Alecks Pabico, PCIJ (score: 54.75): “The Philippines, Now a ‘Second World’ Country?”

Board of Judges for the Print and Online Categories

Rep. Edcel Lagman (Board Secretary, PLCPD), Mr. Jose Pavia (Phil. Press Institute), Prof. Luis Teodoro (UP College of Mass Communication, Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility) and Ms. Rina Jimenez-David (Columnist, Philippine Daily Inquirer)

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Blogger Mojo Potato said...


btw, copy ko po pla ang poster ng ribbed, dotted and strawberry event para ma-plug ko sa blog ko.

6:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hoy frankie, congratulations sa pagwawagi sa panibago na namang timpalak na iniipon sa sisidlan ng mga tagumpay at pinagtagumpayan. kaya pala nasa maynila ka, dapat ay magpainom ka sa susunod mong baba. ingat. hoy, yung mga mag at bayad. naghihirap na ako.


7:36 PM  
Blogger frank cimatu said...

kukunin ko pa lang award ko. sige m.p., bigay ko sa iyo

10:31 PM  
Blogger The Nashman said...

uy, does this concern all those sex tapes? upload to youtube!

10:34 PM  
Blogger marionne said...


9:49 AM  
Blogger frank cimatu said...

yes the sex tapes really do magic. adds inches pero minus the width naman

11:14 AM  
Blogger oceandreamer said...

idol, super genius ka talaga!sana kitakits uli patg xmas celeb ng bureau.hehehe.

11:15 AM  
Blogger frank cimatu said...

villamor type mo pala mga matt monroe. at huwag ka nang magpose sa sementeryo.

11:19 AM  
Blogger frank cimatu said...

nash, iyottube or iyotube daw buksan mo

11:23 AM  

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