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cmfr | CMFR - Part 226

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  • Cebu radioman gunned down

    A local radio journalist was fatally shot by an unidentified man late last night (01 December) in Talisay City, Cebu, around 580 kilometers south of Manila. George Benaojan, 27... Read more

  • Gender unsensitive coverage

    Every so often, media coverage of crimes involving women exposes them all the more to public ridicule and discrimination. Last November 12, the Manila Standard Today article “Cops raid... Read more

  • Journalist-killer gets jailed for life

    Finally, a decisive victory for press freedom. The quest for justice in the killing of print, radio, and televisionjournalist Edgar Damalerio, came to a favorable conclusion as the local... Read more

  • Hits and misses in the coverage of “creeping martial law”

    September always reminds Filipinos of martial law and coincidentally close to the end of the said month an alleged Malacanang plan to place the country under military rule or... Read more

  • Media divided over GMA’s mailed fist policy

    Editorials and columns are sharply divided over the government’s hardline stance against opposition forces. The Daily Tribune had been consistent in its anti-Arroyo stand. Reacting to the October 14... Read more

  • Palace, Senate collision course in media

    Are political stories all about mudslinging, accusations and counter-accusations? Is there a better and more constructive way of covering bickering politicians? The answer can probably be best illustrated by... Read more

  • “He said, she said” reporting

    There was no letup in the political squabble between the administration and those calling for the ouster of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and media have not been very helpful in... Read more

  • Defiant Marine officers get media sympathy

    When media starts sympathizing with military officers who openly defy their commander in chief, can the end be near for the latter? Two ranking Marines were the first casualties... Read more

  • The North Rail extra challenge

    An issue as technical and complex as the North Luzon Railways Corporation (North Rail/NLRC) rehabilitation project requires careful scrutiny and detailed reportage. So far, media have been generally up... Read more

  • Who’s who in ConCom

    With a lot of push from President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and her main support-base, the House of Representatives, Charter-change has become a permanent fixture in media the past weeks. Reportage... Read more