Docu on PH Radio in the US colonial period kicks off broadcasting centennial celebrations

25/06/2022 7:30:00 PM

Docu on PH Radio in the US colonial period kicks off broadcasting centennial celebrations

Philippine Radio, American Colonial Period

Docu on PH Radio in the US colonial period kicks off broadcasting centennial celebrations

The docu asserts how broadcasting was first used as a colonial apparatus, but later adopted for local purposes.

June 25, 2022 9:16pmA documentary on the emergence of Philippine radio during the American colonial period will officially launch the celebration of 100 Years of Broadcasting in the Philippines (100 YBP), in a webinar hosted by the Department of Broadcast Communication (DBC), College of Mass Communication (CMC), University of the Philippines, Diliman (UPD), on June 29, 2022, 10 am, via the DZUP 1602 khz Facebook page.

The documentary Wika, Awit, Radyo, at Pananakop, produced and written by UP Professor Elizabeth Enriquez, and directed by Maps Arciga, will be aired during the webinar. It asserts how broadcasting was first used as a colonial apparatus, but later adopted for local purposes. Tagalog and other Filipino languages took centerstage in the story, being formative to the medium's acculturation process.

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Published June 25, 2022 9:16pm A documentary on the emergence of Philippine radio during the American colonial period will officially launch the celebration of 100 Years of Broadcasting in the Philippines (100 YBP), in a webinar hosted by the Department of Broadcast Communication (DBC), College of Mass Communication (CMC), University of the Philippines, Diliman (UPD), on June 29, 2022, 10 am, via the DZUP 1602 khz Facebook page.President Duterte has ordered the termination of oil and gas discussions with China in the West Philippine Sea, outgoing Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr.The Philippines was able to hold on to its 2016 arbitral win and had not surrendered a “single inch or a drop” of its territory in the West Philippine Sea over the years, the outgoing Foreign Affairs chief said.Friday, June 24, 2022 Nissan To Power McLaren In Formula E Nissan and McLaren Racing announced today a multi-year technical collaboration, which will start at the beginning of the 2022/23 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship season.

The documentary Wika, Awit, Radyo, at Pananakop, produced and written by UP Professor Elizabeth Enriquez, and directed by Maps Arciga, will be aired during the webinar. It asserts how broadcasting was first used as a colonial apparatus, but later adopted for local purposes. West Philippine Sea (FILE PHOTO FROM AFP) “The President had spoken. Tagalog and other Filipino languages took centerstage in the story, being formative to the medium's acculturation process. summed up the department’s achievements in the past years under his watch, where the long-standing issue of the country in the West Philippine Sea was highlighted. The documentary was produced with the support of the joint SALIKHA Grants for Creative Projects of the K-12 Transition Program of the Commission on Higher Education and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. Nothing is pending; everything is over,” Locsin said in his speech during the Department of Foreign Affairs founding anniversary on Thursday, June 23. Expected to grace the event are UP President Danilo Concepcion, UPD Chancellor Fidel Nemenzo, UP Visayas Chancellor Clement Camposano, and UPD CMC Dean Fernando Paragas. Through this relationship, Nissan and McLaren Racing will work closely together as they compete with other successful brands in one of the most challenging and technically advanced racing series in the world.

UPD DBC Chair Daphne-Tatiana Canlas will introduce the activities and programs of the 100 YBP, which commences with a national conference this October 18-21, 2022, among other events.” “I tried for three years to come to an agreement to facilitate exploration for and exploitation of oil and gas in the West Philippine Sea. Locsin stressed that without the rule of law, “none can thrive nor long survive the resulting anarchy. Last March, 100 YBP had a soft launching when it aired over DZUP 1602 khz Facebook page the pilot episode of Pag-uugat, Pagpapatuloy: Ang Epikong Dumaracol ng mga Tagbanua Kalamianen ng Hilagang Palawan, a set of never-before-heard recordings of the epic, foregrounding the importance of human memory and the voice in the evolution of broadcasting. The webinar is free and open to the public. “One step forward from where we stood on the edge of the abyss is a drop into constitutional crisis. To join, register . He reaffirmed that despite the non-recognition of China of the Philippines’ arbitral award, the country has not surrendered any portion of its territory over the dispute. For inquiries, email the Secretariat at 100ypb@up. Wang is China’s Foreign Minister. This will be a true partnership that will drive both the team’s performance and the development of the Nissan Formula E powertrain technology.

edu.ph. I shut down shop completely. “Without inviting pity by asking, we achieved an international consensus that right is with us and might cannot ever take it away. Wika, Awit, Radyo, at Pananakop Executive Producer and Writer: Elizabeth L. Enriquez, PhD (University of the Philippines Diliman) Director: Maps Arciga Synopsis: The documentary illustrates the emergence of radio in the country during the American colonial period in the first half of the 20th century. The Philippines, he said, was able to hold on to its 2016 Arbitral Award against China and “we have not surrendered a single inch of territory or a drop of our waters. Broadcasting was part of the American strategy to reshape the consciousness of Filipinos in the American cultural mold. The secretary expressed that the next administration will continue to “protect our sovereignty all the way to the wire. And our collaboration with McLaren will provide us with even more opportunities to accelerate the development of our technology and showcase it to fans all over the world.

The English language and popular music from the West were first heard on radio and used as standard by Filipino broadcasters. While Filipino listeners enthusiastically adopted the foreign sound, it did not take long for Tagalog and kundiman to enter the soundwaves. Japan replaced the United States as the new colonizers of the Philippines upon the outbreak of World War II. Not for love; not for money,” he said. The Japanese attempted to purge America from Filipino consciousness. On radio, Tagalog and other local languages and local musical compositions and folk songs enjoyed airtime, but English and American music was not wiped out while Filipinos hardly learned Nihongo and did not become accustomed to Japanese music.

After the war, broadcasting spread throughout the country. The English language and popular music from the United States were back on the air. But so were Tagalog and other Filipino languages as new radio stations began operating in the provinces. Filipino singers and musicians performing on the air attained fame especially when the local music recording industry took off. The English language and western music continue to be a big part of local broadcasting, but Filipino languages and music, in all the forms they have evolved into, persist in connecting with Filipino audiences.

Note from the executive producer and director: The paucity of archival materials and other primary sources posed a challenge in producing this documentary. Because radio signals are ephemeral and do not require a physical artifact to go on the air, unlike film and newspapers, and because sound recording was in its early stages of development during the time under study, archival materials are rare though there are extant pieces. The documentary thus relied significantly on printed primary and secondary sources and animation in representing the narrative. From the Ethnographies of Philippine Auditory Popular Cultures .