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New Media 1986.

By Carlkuntze
Manila, Philippines.

Following The Peoples Power Revolution in The Philippines, new periodicals emerged, and a few resurrected. More than a decade's repression stimulated the old freewheeling journalism, where unsubstantiated rumors were reported as fact. I lived in Manila during the early part of martial law under Marcos, and noted guarded criticism of his administration. I felt his censorship resulted in a more responsible press.

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Andysnapper 8 109 25 England
9 Oct 2012 6:44AM
Ah Kodachrome, sadly missed. An excellent piece of reportage here, very interesting.


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