The National Committee on Communication (NCCom), under the Subcommission on Cultural Dissemination (SCD), is one of the 19 national committees of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the cultural arm of the government. It is composed of individual and institutional members who are actively involved in the media as practicing broadcasters and journalists, and who are affiliated with a recognized media institution. The Committee has the vital role of promoting the popularization of information about artistic and cultural achievements and programs, in coordination with government agencies and non-government
organizations and institutions.

To be the NCCA instrument for the widest dissemination of Filipino culture and arts through media.

To maximize the use of media in creating and promoting awareness and appreciation for Philippine culture and the arts.

Ms. Estrellita J. Tamano Head Federation of International Cable TV and Telecommunication Association of the Philippines
Prof. Rodrigo G. Cornejo Vice Head Miriam College, Quezon City
Ms. Pilar  M. Torres-Banaag Secretary Mindanao Printers/Book Publishers Federation, Inc.
Ms. Liezl L. Gregorio Assistant Secretary Buenavista Cable TV, Iloilo
Dr. Victorio N. Sugbo  ExeCon Member University of the Philippines Visayas, Tacloban
Mr. Francisco R. Macasa ExeCon Member Samar Sunday Star, Calbayog City, Samar
Ms. Lilian M. Jocom ExeCon Member Vision Prime Cable TV, Camarines Sur
Mr. Jose Z. Osias ExeCon Member St. Jude Media Organization, Inc.
Mr. Johnny C.  Nuñez ExeCon Member Institutional – Western Mindanao State University
Mr. Alvin O. Ty         ExeCon Member Morning Star Cable, Surigao del Sur
Fr. Jonathan R. Domingo       ExeCon Member Mindanao Cross Publishers, Cotabato City
Mr. Noel C. Galvez ExeCon Member Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas

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