Cebu Daily News was cited for its excellent quali

first_imgCebu Daily News was cited for “its excellent quality of writing and editing” and for “engaging its readers and encouraging them to participate in the marketplace of ideas to bring out the best and the brightest in the community” for the Best Edited Community Paper category.It was also cited for “its well written, timely and relevant editorials that delve into urgent local issues; for the photos that depict the lives of the people in its community and the problems they face; for its clean layout, creative, well executed editorial cartoons and columnists who wrote on diverse topics and in the vernacular” in the Best Editorial Page for a local daily.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOBREAK: Suspension of Lotto operations lifted – PaneloNEWSINFODuterte to Cayetanos: ‘Kailan kaya matapos ang dynasty niyo?’NEWSINFOIndian family caught taking items from Bali hotel, sparking criticism onlineThe awardees included The Freeman, which won Best in Environmental Reporting and was a finalist in the Best in Fisheries Reporting category; Sun.Star Davao, which won Best in Business and Economic Reporting and Best in Photojournalism awards for local daily; and Sun.Star Pampanga, for Best in Culture, Arts and History Reporting.For the weekly newspaper category, the Baguio Midland Courier won the Best Edited Community Newspaper, Best Editorial Page and Best in Business and Economic Reporting; Pahayagang Balikas for Best in Environmental Reporting; Baguio Chronicle, Best in Photojournalism; and the Ilocos Times, Best in Culture, Arts and History Reporting Weekly category. ONE: Demetrious Johnson looks forward to putting on a show in Manila debut Sun.Star Cebu was a finalist in the Best in Culture, Arts and History Reporting as well as the Best in Photojournalism categories./rgaMORE STORIESnewsinfoDagupan church workers, parishioners back Villegas amid sedition rapsnewsinfoBar test chairs for 2019, 2020 vow ‘very reasonable examination’newsinfoPaolo Duterte now a member of National Unity PartyMORE STORIESnewsinfoDagupan church workers, parishioners back Villegas amid sedition rapsnewsinfoBar test chairs for 2019, 2020 vow ‘very reasonable examination’newsinfoPaolo Duterte now a member of National Unity Party Motorcycle robber killed in Davao del Sur shootout Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike Cebu Daily News makes 2-peat, bags 3 PPI awards PLAY LIST 02:54Cebu Daily News makes 2-peat, bags 3 PPI awards01:19Lacson: I’m no turncoat, I speak my mind03:47Isko Moreno scolds two truck drivers parked on a bridge03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension LATEST STORIES WATCH: The Dowager Countess supercut  PCSO chief focuses on keeping corruption out of games Philippines ‘fires off’ diplomatic protest over Chinese vessels circling Pag-asa Islandcenter_img Read Next PBA: Rain or Shine overcomes San Miguel, McCullough’s 51 to avert sweep MOST READ View comments Duterte raises to P5M bounty for killers of Negros cops CEBU Daily News, a member of the Inquirer Group of Companies, won both the Best Editorial Page and the Best Edited Community Newspaper in the local daily categories of the 2015 Civic Journalism Community Press Awards of the Philippine Press Institute held at the Century Park Hotel Thursday night.CDN beat the Mindanao Daily Times in both categories and also became a finalist for the Best Editorial Page for the Visayas along with the Bohol Chronicle. The paper was then handled last year by publisher and editor in chief Eileen Mangubat who left the paper in February this year.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementslast_img read more