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MANILA, Philippines – President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has pledged to continue vlogging throughout his presidency to keep the people informed and to request suggestions from them via social media platforms.
Marcos stated in his most recent vlog, which was posted on his official Youtube account on Saturday, that he has decided to continue making videos on social media so that government information is not limited to mainstream media.
“Ang vlog na ito, kaya ipagpapatuloy namin. Every now and then, nang mayroon tayong paliwanag doon sa ating mga ginagawa para hindi lamang sa pahayagan ang inyong nagiging balita kundi pati na from the horse’s mouth, ika nga Every now and then, we’ll explain what we’re doing so that you may hear the news right from the horse’s mouth, not only from the media outlets) “he stated
Marcos also thanked internet users for continuing to visit his official accounts on social media platforms such as Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok.
In response to comments from the public, Marcos stated that simply liking and sharing posts on his social media accounts is already a “huge assistance” to him.
“Mula sa aming mga vlog, sa aming mga album at sa aming mga mensahe na pino-post namin, lahat po iyan ay hindi magiging matagumpay kung wala ang inyong suporta (We will not be successful if you do not support us),” he stated.
Marcos has 2.59 million Youtube subscribers as of this writing.
Vlogging, according to Marcos, will act as a link between his administration and the Filipino people.
“Ipagpatuloy natin iyang lahat at lalo pang pagandahin para hindi mapatid at hindi masayang itong nabuo na nating ugnayan at samahan,” Marcos addressed his internet followers.
Marcos also promised Filipinos that he would do all in his power to meet and exceed their expectations.
He stated that he will make every attempt to provide them with a comfortable life.
“In the amin, kayo ang naglagay. Gawin namin ang lahat na hindi naman mabigo at masabi na nasawi kami doon sa aming naipangako at nais gawin dito sa pamahalaan. We will go to great lengths to ensure that we do not disappoint you or give you the impression that we are unable to keep our promises), “Marcos remarked.
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One of the administration’s aims, according to Press Secretary-designate Beatrix Rose “Trixie” Angeles, is to give social media personalities access to Palace coverage in order to promote public awareness of the new Marcos administration’s policies and activities.
“‘Kailangan nating i-acknowledge na nagbabago ‘yung mundo,’ kailangan nating i-acknowledge na nagbabago ‘yung mundo (We have to acknowledge that the world is changing). Technology is available. I-ignore natin kayang hindi natin kayang hindi natin kayang hindi natin (We couldn’t ignore it.) Merong mga vlogger We have vloggers (youtubers) with millions of followers. Is it true that hindi ba natin sila puwedeng isama, hindi ba natin sila makilahok sa governance? As a result, ‘yun ang uno na tinitignan. (Can’t we allow them to participate in governance?) Binabalanse natin That’s what we’re investigating. We’re attempting to strike a balance), “On Friday, she stated in an interview with UNTV’s Get it Straight.
Cruz-Angeles stated that her communications team would determine whether it is the “appropriate time” to grant social media influencers access to Malacanang and whether they will need to acquire a “particular language” in order to communicate with the public.
Stakeholders, including journalists, will be consulted on her intention to adopt the Presidential Communications Operations Office’s (PCOO) policy allowing vloggers to cover Malacaang events, she said.
“There are those who are against the notion. Merong mga tao, tutol at Important, mahalaga ang kanilang mga opinyon (It’s crucial to hear their perspectives), “According to Cruz-Angeles.
Cruz-Angeles stated that she wants social media personalities to cover events attended by President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and other Palace officials in order to offset anti-administration sentiment based on “false information.”
“There will be strong opinions that are based on incorrect information. So nagkaroon, ngayon ng vloggers who would say, “Wait, no, that isn’t real because may ganito, ganito.” “she stated
Recognizing that vloggers are not part of the mainstream media, Cruz-Angeles stated that she will ensure that the information gathered by the internet personalities is not misinterpreted.
“Because our role is to give information, it will be a top priority. We want to make sure that there are people who can assist us in delivering it, people for whom we know we already have a following “According to Cruz-Angeles.
Andanar issued Department Order (DO) 15 on August 8, 2017, establishing a provisional social media practitioner accreditation scheme administered by the PCOO’s Social Media Office.
Only Filipino social media practitioners who are at least 18 years old and have at least 5,000 followers on any social media platform are eligible for accreditation under DO 15.