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Best Blog: News & Media

Here is the list of finalists who made it to the Best Blog – News and Media for 2008. The winner will be announced during the 2008 Philippine Blog Awards Night. Congratulations!

The Good and the Bad News Around Us
tonyocruz.com
Mar Roxas for President in 2010

A blog that focuses on News & Media. It could chronicle the life of a journalist and it could also be a blog that primarily tackles issues and events covering News and Media.

22 Responses to “Best Blog: News & Media”

  1. panalo na si mar roxas!

  2. It is an honor to be a finalist for this category… Thanks and see you all on Sunday.

  3. sonny says:

    “A blog that focuses on News & Media. It could chronicle the life of a journalist and it could also be a blog that primarily tackles issues and events covering News and Media.” — after reading this blurb and saw the finalists, nalitao ata ako, nasan ang news and media. asan ang journalist bloggers like pcij, caloy conde, adrian ayalin, ralph guzman, jove francisco, ding gagelonia, rg cruz, joseph morong, tina panganiban perez, howie severino etc etc? Ang daming journo and news bloggers pero parang kinapos dito sa list na ito. What happened? Are we going to give the award for the sake of giving it kahit wala sa category ang ibang nasa finalist? What does that say about this prestigious award? I hope the real news and media blog will win, it will be a travesty kung magagamit lang sa pulitika ang category na ito. Coronation ba ito ng tatakbo for 2010? If you ask me, Mar and his handlers shouldn’t have accepted the nomination for delicadeza. Imagine, from PCIJ last year, to nothing this year?

  4. sonny says:

    Here’s a list…
    (i knew there’s a long line of journo bloggers out there… just look at the list!)

    http://www.topblogs.com.ph/news/

  5. sonny says:

    based on the category, tonyo for the win, he’s a journalist!
    http://tonyocruz.com/

  6. […] An interesting list for the Best News & Media Blog. […]

  7. Alam mo Sonny yan ang problema sa atin kaya hindi umuunlad ang ating bayan kasi palagi tayong naghihilahan pababa… masaya na ako at napasama ang blog ko dito and even I am not included nor sumali dito I will still write my blog not because I am a journalist but because I want to share my opinion.

    Kung sino man ang manalo congratulations sa kanya… amindao ako oo error nga yung loosing na yan… sensya tao lang… losing dapat and thanks for that.

    Ang tanong ko hindi ba nagkakamali ang iba? Let us just be happy kung sino ang manalo… writing is not just about winning it is about what you write and how you live your life.

    Peace out!

  8. […] News & MediaA blog that focuses on News & Media. It could chronicle the life of a journalist and it could also be a blog that primarily tackles issues and events covering News and Media. […]

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