News all-around the Philippines including sports, business, and world news. Also has a news section written in Filipino language.
Reading or watching their news and programs you can tell whom they favor especially in this election time.
it is easy to just say someone is biased, without any proof. what news and programs exactly are you referring to?
see also http://www.cmfr-phil.org/2010/04/14/a-costly-mistake/ :
Despite claims that certain media organizations are biased for or against Aquino and Manuel Villar, CMFR’s monitor of the media coverage of the elections has so far not seen any institutional bias on the part of the major TV networks for or against the candidates for president. But lapses in best professional practice such as what occurred on April 8 [ABS-CBN's story about the fake document on the mental health of Senator Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III] do reinforce public suspicions of bias. Loss of credibility and public trust are too high a price to pay for an exclusive that, as it turned out, wasn’t really one.
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