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Arnold Clavio on Media Ethics (the video)

With the resurrection of my home computer, I was finally able to upload the Arnold Clavio interview.  However, I had to create a new VodPod account since YouTube rejected it for being too long.  🙂 

Very briefly, the interview can be broken down into four parts:

1) Early beginnings: How Arnold Clavio became a broadcast journalist.

2) The importance of media education.

3) GMA7’s own Code of Ethics.

4) Arnold’s take on “envelopmental journalism” and other ethical violations committed by media practitioners.

A word of warning though: the video’s long (under 20 minutes) so some computers may take more time streaming it.

My special thanks to Chyndy Liberia (who arranged the interview) and to Gen Rebosa who loaned me her video camera. 🙂

By the way, I had to edit this in less than an hour so it’s pretty straightforward. Besides, it was for class and I really didn’t want to do anything to take attention away from what Arnold was saying. Feel free to re-post it on your own websites/blogs as long as you give me due credit. 🙂 I think if more people will be able to hear what he has to say, the better.

Just click here or the link I provided at this blog to view the entire video.

Softwares used: Final Cut Pro and Garage Band

Categories: media law, television, UP
  1. April 10, 2007 at 2:42 am

    Hey, Thanks for finally getting this interview on your blog. Excellent interview, this is definitely an exclusive. We don’t get to hear what media personalities have to say especially on an unscripted topic. Cool insights


  2. Mooglemancer
    May 7, 2007 at 2:40 am

    On Libel law… that’s perhaps the reason why dequiros eats those for breakfast, and some death threats for brunch.

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