FOR “KILLING” Filipina drug convict Mary Jane Veloso in their erroneous print edition headlines Wednesday morning, some local newspapers became the subject of online ridicule.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer has issued an apology and vowed to “revamp newsroom processes to better inform and serve” their readers. We have yet to hear from the other newspapers.
In this day and age, putting out erroneous front-page headlines is the last thing you’d expect from the modern print media. Or maybe not. So what could be next? Here are the…
Top 8 Newspaper Headlines
That Might Surprise Us On or Before Sunday Morning, May 3, 2015
Mayweather undefeated no more:
Pacquiao stops American in 10th
MRT, inaasahang titirik sa Lunes, 8:35 ng umaga
Libu-libong pasaherong hindi naniwala sa balita, maiinis
Congratulations Rain or Shine!
Vice President Binay, umamin sa mga kasalanan
Mga kinamkam noong alkalde pa lamang ng Makati, ibabalik
Kurapsyon sa Bureau of Customs, tuluyan nang nalutas
Paalam Janet Lim-Napoles
Malakas na lindol sa Metro Manila, tuloy na tuloy na;
Mga militante, sisisihin si Pangulong Aquino
Doris Bigornia may aawayin na naman sa concert ni Sam Smith sa May 7
lalaking makakasagutan, nag-draft na ng ipo-post sa Facebook
“If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you’re mis-informed.”
“I kept quiet & just prayed. Left & right paulit ulit na walang ginawa, walang effort, walang malasakit, patalsikin, walang nagawa si Noynoy. And I kept quiet w/ the endless attacks against PNoy because that was his reminder to me, but today it is my right & my privilege to say, I AM PROUD of my brother. I AM PROUD OF MY PRESIDENT.”
~Kris Aquino via Instagram
Some Comic Relief
Thank you President Widodo!
[Photos: Philippine Daily Inquirer. Mark Angeles, Gerald Magno, Jim Paredes]