More quality time with Radyo na, TV pa! Jerry Donato (The Philippine Star) - June 18, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Audience response and work efficiency are the main drivers why Dobol B sa News TV has completely taken over the GMA News TV morning slot and extended its broadcast until weekends. This was what The STAR learned from a conversation with Glenn Allona, GMA vice president for radio operations. Dobol B sa News TV used to broadcast from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. from Mondays to Fridays. This latest development means more quality-time experience of Radyo na, TV pa! for Kapuso audiences. Dobol B sa News TV fulfills its call for more news and information to get around so that the public can have a better grasp of issues. “The top management decided na kunin na namin yung buong block, so the content will be consistent. We can reach out to a wider audience if we will do it the whole morning, from 6 a.m. to 12 … [Read more...] about More quality time with Radyo na, TV pa!
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GEORGE TOWN: Prasarana Malaysia Bhd Group — which manages Penang’s public bus and cross — channel ferry services have incorporated high tech into their operations to make it easier for passengers to determine the routes and the arrivals timetable. Group president and chief executive officer Datuk Mohamed Hazlan Mohamed Hussain said that the tech initiatives are part of the transformation in the public transport services as they try to mitigate the traffic congestion here. Among the new initiatives introduced were a digital ticketing system for passengers taking the ferries, cashless payments, and integrated passenger information system kiosks which was installed at 32 bus stops throughout the state. Hazlan said that Rapid Penang which operates its public bus services was also committed in its Congestion Alleviation Transport (CAT) cooperation with the state government by expanding such services to the Bayan Baru satellite town. Currently, Rapid Penang operates 12 CAT … [Read more...] about Prasarana upgrades Penang channel ferry services
GEORGE TOWN: Relocating the Penang administrative centre from the island to the mainland is preferable to spending RM46 billion to ease traffic congestion, according to a PAS lawmaker. Yusni Mat Piah, who is also Penang PAS secretary and state assemblyman for Penaga, said moving the seat of government to Seberang Prai would go a long way towards alleviating the traffic jam on the island. It would also be cheaper than the proposed Penang Transport Master Plan, he added. Yusni said it was a common perception among those living on the mainland that the state government policies were driven by island-centric priorities. “This can be overcome if the state relocates its administrative hub to the mainland,“ he said in an interview as Pakatan Harapan (PH) marks its first year in government. He said the proposed transport plan would take years to be realised but the people want solutions now. “They have waited long enough,“ he added. Yusni said that in the past 12 … [Read more...] about Relocating Penang administration is cheaper option: PAS
Press freedom — Buhay pa ba yan? Like a bereaved family refusing to accept the reality of a member having died, we the so-called Fourth Estate gathered ourselves and our thoughts last Friday under a bold headline declaring that freedom of the press is an inalienable right, is crucial to democracy, and must flourish. The occasion on May 3 was World Press Freedom Day as proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in December 1993. That day, we the surviving members paused to remember and honor our colleagues who have been “killed in action,” and proceeded to chronicle the ongoing attacks of the present regime on that fundamental freedom enshrined in the Constitution. Many of us have been provoked by the blast of a top official asking his minions: “Buhay pa ba yan?” (Why is he/she still alive?) It is a dire hint of what might happen to the target, knowing that in the uniformed service, a superior’s mere … [Read more...] about Press freedom — Buhay pa ba yan?
GEORGE TOWN: The sole PAS assemblyman in Penang has called on the state government to formulate a new legislation to prevent the spread of non-Muslim religions to Muslims. Mohd Yusni Mat Piah (pix) (PAS-Penaga) said the proposed enactment is necessary as there were several such incidents at a school in Bukit Mertajam when Muslims were the target of distribution of biblical leaflets, at a park in Penaga and early this year, there was the issue involving the developer of a residence in Jelutong which displayed lighting in the form of a cross at night. According to him, Article 3 of the Federal Constitution provides for Islam as the religion of the Federation but other religions may be practised in peace and harmony. “I want to propose to the state government to create an enactment in line with Article 11 (4) of the Federal Constitution which empowers the state government or federal government to formulate laws to control and curb non-Muslim religions from spreading their teachings … [Read more...] about Prevent preaching of non-Muslim religions to Muslims, says Penang PAS assemblyman