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Lito B. Zulueta

Assistant Lifestyle Editor

Philippine Daily Inquirer

Email: l***@***.ph

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

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Inquirer Lifestyle Editor and Professor

University of Santo Tomas


Adviser

The Varsitarian


Arts Editor

Inquirer


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INQ7 Interactive , Inc.


Affiliations

Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas

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Jose Carillo's English Forum - News & Commentary - Country News

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By Lito B. Zulueta, Philippine Daily Inquirer
VATICAN CITY, January 8, 2015-In what language should the Vicar of Christ speak when he comes again to Asia?


Jose Carillo's English Forum - News & Commentary - Country News

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By Lito B. Zulueta, Philippine Daily Inquirer
VATICAN CITY, January 8, 2015-In what language should the Vicar of Christ speak when he comes again to Asia?


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(Story courtesy of Lito B. Zulueta of the Philippine Daily Inquirer)


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IN a letter to Business World last January 10 ("Who will watch the watchdog?"), Lito Zulueta of the University of Santo Tomas noted "striking resemblances" (sic) between the January 2 CMFR statement ("Specious and disingenuous") and my January 6 Vantage Point column ("Rule makers and rule breakers"), and insinuates intellectual theft, presumably from CMFR, on my part.
Mr. Zulueta was as usual speaking in ignorance, if not malice as well. As CMFR deputy director and editor of its media monitoring publication PJR Reports, involvements I have many times disclosed, I wrote the January 2 CMFR statement for uploading in the CMFR website, and subsequently developed it for this newspaper into a column. Unless I can be accused of stealing from myself, Mr. Zulueta's attempt to divert attention from his egregious ethical lapses by alleging "intellectual theft" can only be described as pathetic. Mr. Zulueta makes up the ethical rules of journalism as he goes along . He claims, for example, that journalists should disclose their associations only to gatekeepers and not to the public, to whom anyone with a molecule of knowledge of journalism ethics knows they should be even more responsible. He also speculates rather than proves. The suggestion that it was in furtherance of propaganda for the University of the Philippines that I wrote the column in question - in his feeble attempt to turn an ethics issue into a competition between UP and UST that can happen only in the dreams of juveniles in a state of arrested development - is as absurd as the implication that I stole from myself after 45 years of service to the University of the Philippines where plagiarism is an offense even more unforgiveable than stupidity. My links to UP as a professor of journalism and former dean of the UP College of Mass Communication are well-known, as Mr. Zulueta himself noted, which would make my reiteration of those connections unnecessary unless they're compellingly relevant. This entry was posted in Vantage Point and tagged Black Nazarene, CMFR, Lito Zulueta, religion, UP, UST on Lito B. Zulueta Editor, Philippine Daily Inquirer Journalism teacher, University of Santo Tomas


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Lito Zulueta, life style writer of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, said in his article (Halloween Infantilism: Interviews with ghouls and vampires) in the November 2008 issue of PJR Reports.
During "Halloween week", the media assume that stories on the supernatural and paranormal are what their publics want. But when even the TV news and public affairs programs' episodes are focused on ghost sightings, ghost haunting, spirit possessions and other paranormal incidents, the credibility of journalism suffers. Zulueta described "Halloween journalism" as a market-driven activity-but which, we might add, could be premised on the mistaken assumption that it's what the public wants.


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