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Who may join or be nominated?

Answering the question who can I nominate for the Philippine Blog Award 2008? Who are eligible? Once nominated what should the nominee do?

So you have a blog, post or blogger in mind. Are they eligible? What is the minimum criteria for eligibility?

It must be:

I. Filipino owned.

II. Non-corporate (i.e blogs that belong to publishing / media groups).

III. PBA Founders, officers and members of the PBA Board of Directors, their blogs , and blog projects they worked on are automatically disqualified from being nominated.

IV. For the Best Blog Division: The blog must have been established at least four months before April 2008. And for blogs should have at least maintained for three months a regular post at least every two weeks for. While for podcasts and videocasts a monthly post for three months.

V. For the Best Post Division: The post/videocast/podcast must have been published from April 2007 to April 2008.

VI. For the Special Awards Division: Nominees for the award must at least have been established, introduced, and blogging for at least a year or within the year.

VII. Submitted blogs and post should contain the necessary authorization to use the images, audio, text and other content.

VIII. And the owner/blogger of the blog must accept the nomination.

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No Responses to “Who may join or be nominated?”

  1. Kevin Ray says:

    So, no self-nomination right?

  2. bendzgerona says:

    I nominate myself!

    Joke. Sayang di pa qualified. heheh But can we still be in the awarding ceremony?

  3. Juned says:

    @Kevin Ray, As long you accept your own nomination it would be fine. But I am sure there will be someone who can nominate someone.

    @bendzgerona, 😀 There is a new division for post. Everyone is welcome to be at the awarding ceremony.

  4. kris canimo says:

    wow, i really cant wait. san po ba ang venue this year?

  5. White Lion says:

    This looks to be very exciting

  6. ever says:

    pwede po ba akong mag join next year

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  12. Adhie says:

    Certainly, I can see all kinds of ways an anti-choice candidate could get elteecd, but I guess what I’m asking is how much of a factor abortion by itself really is. We’ve had years of conventional wisdom declaring that abortion is a problem for Democrats, but I think that’s true only because being anti-choice hasn’t been a big enough problem for Republicans. And I wonder assuming no other big issue swallowed the campaign if a conservative candidate made criminalizing abortion a prominent plank in his campaign, leaving no doubt that he intended to end legal abortion in America, would this not hurt him more than help him? Would it not scare off more people than it drew in? Note that until now we haven’t had a real true hard-line activist anti-abortion president. Even Reagan was all talk, no walk. I’m also suggesting the answer to the Dem’s abortion problem is not for them to get squishy and move right, but to more aggressively attack the anti-choice position. As you say, the extremists in the movement are also against legal birth control, and they are definitely in the minority regarding stem cell research and end of life issues, a la Terri Schiavo.

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