NCCT Wins 2 Silver Anvils at 53rd Anvil Awards

  The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) bags 2 Silver Anvils during the 53rd Anvil Awards “Gabi ng Parangal” held last March 23 at Shangri-La Hotel at The Fort, Taguig City.     The Anvil Awards is a recognition given by the Public Relations Society of the Philippines to the best PR programs and read more…

NCCT Holds its First Video Documentary Contest, DokyuBata

DokyuBata on its First Year The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) launched its video documentary contest called “DokyuBata: Isang Pagdiriwang ng Dokumentaryong Pantelebisyon Para sa Batang Pilipino” in St. Scholastica’s College, Manila on November 21, 2017. Entrants produced a maximum of 10-minute documentary on the Young Adult Division, and 5 minutes on the Children Division, anchored on read more…

TV Content Creators Support NCCT in Producing Quality CFTV Programs

    In order for the television networks to produce quality child-friendly television programs offered to the general public, especially to Filipino children, the National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) conducted series of dialogue with TV content creators attended by executive producers, directors, production unit heads, writers, and researchers of the two major networks in read more…

Oyayi Receives Awards

  Oyayi bags 3 awards in its first year. The 13-episode child-friendly TV program was a product of the first ‘Pitch’ project of the National Council for Children’s Television in 2012. This is pursuant to the agency’s mandate to promote and encourage the production, and broadcasting of developmentally-appropriate television programs for children. 15th Gawad Tanglaw read more…

Over 500 Elementary, Secondary and ALS Teachers Benefited from the NCCT’s Pilot Runs of Understanding and Utilizing Media in Teaching Seminar-Workshop

  Understanding and Utilizing Media in Teaching (UUMT) is a seminar-workshop on the integration of Media Literacy in the K to 12 curriculum. The said seminar-workshop is conducted nationwide by the National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) for the Basic Education and Alternative Learning System Teachers of the Department of Education. UUMT will have eight read more…

NCCT Successfully Conducted the Pilot Run of its New Project Called “TeleBibo: Media and Television Literacy Seminar-Workshop for Children” in Laura Vicuña Foundation Center, Cubao

  TeleBibo is a project created pursuant to the agency’s mandate that is to advocate media literacy among various stakeholders. This is a three-day seminar-workshop that aims to yield the Filipino Nation with Media and Information Literate children that can contribute to the production of quality Children’s Television Program. In partnership with Laura Vicuña Foundation read more…

NCCT Launched its Newest Project for the Filipino Parents and Guardians Called “Katuwang sa Mapanuring Panonood: A Seminar on Smart TV Parenting (KaSaMaPa)” in Victorias City, Negros Occidental in Region VI

  KaSaMaPa is a seminar that aims to develop a community of adults capable of critically assessing media messages and guide children in selecting and understanding media content. NCCT partnered with Laura Vicuna Foundation (LVF) and Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias, Victorias City, Negros Occidental where KaSaMaPa was conducted last May 17, 2017. The read more…