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…

Gender Sensitivity Training Conducted for NCCT Staff and Personnel

The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT), the sole government agency with the mandate to ensure media literacy education for the Filipino Children, held a Gender Sensitivity Training from March 29 to 31, 2017 at Hotel Veniz, Baguio City. The resource speaker for the said training was Ms. Marita Castillo-Pimentel, an independent consultant of the read more…

DepEd Designates Rosales as NCCT OIC-Executive Director

Notice to the Public – OIC-Office of the Executive Director III In view of the retirement of Mrs. Delia C. Hernandez, Department of Education Secretary Bro. Armin A. Luistro has designated Mr. Rizalino Jose T. Rosales, Officer-in-Charge of the Office of the Director IV, Public Affairs Service, as OIC – Executive Director III of the read more…

2015 Media Orientation Services Update

RCA and KMTV Caravan in 2015 Continuing the flagship programs of the National Council for Children’s Television to promote media education, nationwide caravans of Rights.Camera.Action! A Television Literacy and Video Production Workshop for Children and Katuwang Ako ng Makabatang Telebisyon Caravan (KMTV), an orientation-seminar on responsible and smart television-parenting, were held in the following areas read more…

NCCT Research: Television Viewing of the Filipino Children

NCCT Research: Television Viewing of the Filipino Children The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) kicked off in March its research titled “Television Viewing of the Filipino Children: A Research on Children’s Television Viewing Habits, Amount of Exposure, and Program Preferences of Children in Public and Private Schools in the Philippines.” This research aims to read more…

NCCT Towards a Child-Friendlier Philippine Television

Pursuing a child-friendlier Philippine television Pursuing a child-friendlier Philippine television, the National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) concluded in October its Public Consultations on the Child-Friendly Television (CFTV) Standards.   NCCT drafted the CFTV Standards to serve as a guide for broadcast networks in creating child-friendly television content. Television networks are required by Section 9 read more…