Malacañang to Release its Own Tabloid to School Journalists on Bias-free Reporting

Andanar holding tabloid

Manila – To combat the deteriorating integrity of news reporting among the top news publications in the country, Malacañang is preparing its very own TV show and tabloid that will be set as the official highest standard in bias-free journalism.

In a press conference on Thursday, August 18, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar showed the media the first edition of the tabloid named Mula sa Masa, Para sa Masa.

“The relentless tirades against the President is getting out of hand that we came up with this brilliant solution to show journalists how to do bias-free reporting,” said Andanar. “Through this, we will also be able to relay to the public the literal interpretation of whatever the President says and not rely on the biased interpretation of the reporters. This will be absolutely fair and not biased at all.”

Reactions on social media hint massive support for this move as most Facebook users are tired of biased reporting from most news agencies.