A Presentation by the Marshall McLuhan Award Winner for Investigative Journalism (2016) on December 1



Join us Thursday DEC 1st, 2016, 6:00 PM (at the McLuhan Centre)

The Marshall McLuhan Award for Investigative Journalism

With Gigi Grande, news editor and presenter of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation (recipient 2016).
Moderator: Bob Logan

A journalist for almost twenty years now, Ms. Grande is currently a correspondent for ABS-CBN’s Investigative Research group, responsible for producing in-depth news reports for the network’s various news platforms. She is also the anchor of The World Tonight Saturday and News Now on the ABS-CBN News Channel. 

She won the McLuhan Fellowship for her excellent reportage of the issues surrounding the Philippine national elections early this year. As an editor, she is also tasked to mentor and edit stories of reporters who contribute investigative reports. She had also managed a team of reporters covering the various political and Cabinet beats. She graduated with a degree in Tourism from the University of the Philippines.

For her presentation, she has chosen the topic: “Journalism in Challenging Times: Media as guardians of democracy and watchdog of society.” For decades, the Philippine media has been called the freest in Asia, carving its place as the guardians of democracy and the watchdog of society. But are times changing? Gigi Grande talks about journalism under the new political leadership.

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The event is free and open to the public. Please be reminded that space is limited and your registration is a commitment to attend the event.

Read more about Gigi Grande of ABS-CBN is the 2016 Marshall McLuhan Fellow, Philippines

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