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PIA Press Release
2009/06/13

PAPI slates midyear confab June 23-24

Manila (13 June) -- The Publishers Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PAPI) will hold its 13th Mid-Year Conference and Executive Session of Editors and Publishers on June 24, 2009 at the Ayala Hall of the Makati Sports Club in Makati City.

PAPI president Juan P. Dayang said this year's edition of the annual event has for its theme "Media and the 2010 Elections: Challenges and Opportunities" and where other sub-themes will revolve.

The theme, he said, is cogently relevant and commands even more urgency in the light of the crucial national elections next year and the challenges posed by the global economic crisis as well as the threats of global warming and climate change.

Expected to participate in the event are media people - publishers, editors, columnists, broadcasters, news reporters, news directors, corporate and public affairs executives, campus journalists, school publication advisers, and other communicators -- as well as other stakeholders in industries and the economy and major players in the country's electoral process.

The two-day media event, Dayang said, will include discussions and seminar-workshops on various issues related to the 2010 elections and other relevant and urgent issues and concerns.

Interested parties should contact the PAPI secretariat at Unit 206, Cityland Condo 8, 98 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City, telephone (63-2) 8929278, (CP) 09209094379, or e-mail inquiries and registration to papi@gawab.com. (PAPI) [top]

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