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DEVC 80: Philippine Media from Colonial to Post Independence Era

A report for DEVC 80 (UPLB) about the history of Phil. Media during the colonial era up to the post-independence era.
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Nikki Merle

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of DEVC 80: Philippine Media from Colonial to Post Independence Era

DEVC 80:
Communication
and Society History of Philippine Media:
Colonial Era to the Post-Independence Era Pre-Spanish Period Communication was already existing before the Spanish Colonization Period came. This is evident by writings on asevle, tree sbkra and even tensos. Communication was already existing before the Spanish Colonization Period came. This is evident by writings on leaves, tree barks and even stones. Laguna Copperplate discovered near the Lake of Bay, Philippines. UMALOHOKAN UMALOHOKAN not the organization News were announced
by an umalohokan or
a town crier. not the organization doing isko't iska! The correct term for the popularly known alibata
is Baybayin. This is a pre-Spanish Philippine writing system SPANISH PERIOD Doctrina Christiana First book printed in ____ Written in Tagalog by Fr. ____ de Placencia and Fr. Domingo de _____ Written in Chinese CHNSEIE by Fr. Juan Cobo A Xylographic press, owned by Juan de Vera was used to publish the Doctrina Christiana Nuestra Señora del Rosario Nuestra Señora del Rosario Second book published
in the Philippines Written by Fr.
Blancas de San Jose Includes novenas,
saints, and answers
to questions about
Christianity Tomas Pinpin Father of Filipino Printing

Learned the art of printing from Spanish friars and Chinese craftsmen in the Dominican-owned printing press in Abucay, Bataan.

Co-authored and printed some of the earliest books

Made a lot of contributions to the Philippine press Were the number of books printed in the Philippine Islands from 1593 to the 19th century. Sucessos Felices First newsletter in the Philippines produced by _____ ______ *if you listened earlier, you'll know the answer = 541 Hojas Volantes :
One-issue newsletter
1799
Aviso al Publico Del Superior Govierno First newspaper

1811

Launched by Governor Manuel Fernandez del Folgueras
Ramillete Patriotico
1821 La Esperanza First daily newspaper

Published by Miguel Sanchez

Edited by Felipe Lacorte and Evaristo Calderon Diario de (capital city of the Philippines) Started 1848
It was edited by Felipe del Pan and lasted until 1899.
El Pasig

El Catolico: 1862; Fr. Pedro Pelaez.

El Ilocano: 1889-1896 La Opinion 1887

Founded by Julian de Poso and Jesus Polanco

Marked the start of liberal journalism in the Philippines La Solidaridad Published in Madrid Spain.

It was financed by Dr. Pablo Riazares and edited by Graciano Lopez-Jaena. Miyembro: Dr. Jose Rizal (Laong Laan)Marcelo H. del Pilar (Plaridel)Antonio Luna (Taga-Ilog)Mariano Ponce (Tikbalang)Jose Maria Panganiban (Jomapa)Pedro PaternoAntonio Maria RegidorIsabelo delos ReyesEduardo de LeteJosé AlejandrinoJumar limRobert LacamraProfessor Ferdinand Blumentritt (Austrian)Dr. Miguel Morayta Sagrario (Spanish)
In 1896, U.S.T. Faculty of Philosophy and Letters Offered Litt. B. in Journalism, PH.B. (Bachelor of Philosophy), 1965 El Hogar 1893 Ang Kalayaan Ang Kalayaan was the official revolutionary newspaper of the Kataastaasang Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan. La Independencia September 3, 1898

It was founded by Gen. Antonio Luna and his brother Joaquin. Periodical El Heraldo de la Revolicion Filipina

Columnas Volantes
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