NCCT Launches CFCS, Stakeholders Urged to Monitor Children’s Media Consumption

The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) convenes 297 participants coming from different sectors to support the launching of Child-Friendly Content Standards (CFCS) in selected venues from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao last September to October 2019. The recently concluded launching of the CFCS was participated by Local Government Units (LGUs), Media Organizations, Broadcast Organizations, Content read more…

2019 DOKYUBATA CALL FOR ENTRIES

  It’s DokyuBata Season once again! NCCT is now accepting entries for DokyuBata 2019! This year’s entries must focus on children’s food and nutrition but may workaround with the following factors: Filipino culture, tradition, and beliefs on food and nutrition National and local policies on food and nutrition Food and water safety Food supply Media usage, read more…

NCCT Celebrates National Women’s Month, Conducts Workshop for a Gender-Neutral Philippine Media

In line with the celebration of the National Women’s Month, the National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) conducted a seminar-workshop on Gender-Neutral Philippine Media at La Breza Hotel, Quezon City last March 29. This one (1) day seminar-workshop was designed for content creators from the various platforms of media including television, radio, print, and advertising. read more…

NCCT Launches its Second Research

The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) officially launched its new research “The Filipino Child and Media: Media consumption, Parental mediation and Classroom performance” on March 27, 2019 at Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria.   Dr. Ma. Lourdes “Honey” Carandang, Council Member   (from left to right) Council Members Ms. Alice Pañares, Dr. Luis Gatmaitan, and read more…

DokyuBata Tackles Mental Health

Over a hundred entries were received by the National Council for Children’s Television for the 2nd year of its annual DokyuBata event. The 2018 theme is “Mental Health Matters: Promoting Awareness and Supportive Environments for the Well-being of Children” which aims to end the stigma on Mental Health disorders and put the issue in the read more…

DOKYUBATA 2018 CALL FOR ENTRIES

CREATE. JOIN. BE AN ADVOCATE. The National Council for Children’s Television once again calls for entries on its #DokyuBata 2018 with the theme “Mental Health Matters: Promoting Awareness and Supportive Environments for the Well-being of Children” Click the links below to see the contest guidelines and official entry form. 2018 DokyuBata guidelines DokyuBata 2018 Official read more…