The Journalism Studies Association of the Philippines (JSAP) is a professional organization representing university, college and senior high school journalism educators in private and public institutions that seeks to promote Journalism study and research as well as to advocate for independent and free media, especially during critical times.

The JSAP aims to promote the highest possible standards in journalism education, journalism studies and research; to encourage cultural diversity in classrooms and curriculum; to support and develop competent and up-to-date journalism professors and advisers with the latest technological equipment and know-how; and to advocate for a free and independent media.

School children line up to go to a public school in the  mountains of North Cotobato
Photo by Jimmy Domingo, photojournalist and UP College of Mass Communication lecturer
and one of the founding members of JSAP.

The Journ Educator’s Corner

Militarizing the campuses

Militarizing the campuses

On January 15, 2021, Delfin Lorenzana, Secretary of National Defense, sent a letter to UP President Danilo Concepcion informing him of the department’s unilateral abrogation of the UP-DND agreement signed…

The digital new normal: Implications on journalism and journalism practice

The digital new normal: Implications on journalism and journalism practice

FELIPE F. SALVOSA II Theoretical and Critical Essays RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC The Antoninus Journal(Vol. 6, 2020) Amid the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, one thing…

Bracing Up

Bracing Up

BEN DOMINGO The academic year that is about to start will see higher education institutions [HEIs] facing new — and possibly daunting — challenges as a result of the Covid-19…


ON JULY 16, @ 10 am



A photo essay by

Ivy Deenise Aguilar

Photojournalist covers SONA dispersal / Photo by jimmy Domingo

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