Sun.Star Pampanga - - PER­SPEC­TIVE! -

“I told my­self to re­lax kasi mas lalo akong walang ma­susu­lat ka­pag nag­padala ako sa kaba tsaka I know my next year pa ako, another chance kum­baga,” Carreon said.

As the first day rolled on, the di­vi­sion qual­i­fiers in the eight in­di­vid­ual cat­e­gories such as news, ed­i­to­rial, fea­ture, science and health, sports, ed­i­to­rial car­toon­ing, pho­to­jour­nal­ism and copy­read­ing and head­line writ­ing, al­ready show­cased their jour­nal­is­tic skills.

Day two is al­lot­ted for the group cat­e­gories such as ra­dio scriptwrit­ing and broad­cast­ing, TV broad­cast­ing and col­lab­o­ra­tive desk­top pub­lish­ing.

Based on the ma­trix, in the in­di­vid­ual cat­e­gory, the top five will be an­nounced as win­ners but only the top three will ad­vance to the RSSPC. The fourth and fifth plac­ers will serve as al­ter­nates when any of the top three win­ners couldn’t join the RSSPC.

In the group con­test, only the first placer will rep­re­sent the di­vi­sion in the RSSPC next month.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Philippines

© PressReader. All rights reserved.