RIGHT in front of you, there she is Stella Estremera --- lecturing about the world of Media. It was such a great experience.
February 09, 2013: Our school -- Davao City National High School and the special Program for Journalism (JPJ) Organization Conducted and OJT for fourth year JPJ students and on that first day alone, we experienced things beyond our expectations. Sun. Star Davao, a community newspaper, the biggest here, welcomed us with warm hearts.
Ma’am Stella walked us through the differences between TV, Radio and Print media. I also got to see a web machine, a printing machine that produces a complete newspaper, already arranged and folded, and ready to be distributed to readers.
The most amazing was those HUGE toilet-paper like rolls of paper. They’re not really toilet paper, they just look like because they are in rolls like toilet paper, except that they are HUGE. This is the paper used to printing newspapers, we learned.
Everyday, we see newspapers and regard them as just one of those ordinary things around us. Not. Making a newspaper, we learned, is a long process that is not simple, nor easy.
I learned a lot that day and I want those learnings and the memory to stay with me forever. This was an experience that I would look back to in the years to come. (Gwenchristi Lynn P. Mangubat, IV-Ponce)
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