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cmfr | CMFR - Part 230


  • The Climb To The Top

    Was there—or was there not—a network war in the Everest expedition? The Climb To The Top By Don Gil K. Carreon ON MAY 17, Filipinos received the news that... Read more

  • ‘Mutya ng Masa’ No More

    A reporter clashes with employer ABS-CBN ‘Mutya ng Masa’ No More By Hector Bryant L. Macale FOR MILLIONS of television viewers, she was the “Mutya ng Masa”—the small, spunky... Read more

  • Crisis: National

    Palawan broadcaster shot dead Radio journalist Fernando “Dong” Batul was killed early morning of May 22 about 200 meters away from radio station dyPR where he worked in Puerto... Read more

  • Crisis: International

    Indon edition of Playboy suspended About 300 protesters broke into the editorial office of Playboy magazine in Jakarta in April, forcing the publication to suspend operations. Violent anti-pornography protests... Read more

  • Chronicle

    JVOAEJ Awards winners to be known June 29 The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), in cooperation with the Ateneo de Manila University, will an-nounce the winners of... Read more

  • Obituaries

    Gegantoca, 68 Veteran Bicol journalist and Philippine Daily Inquirer contributor Carlos “Tio Caling” S. Gegantoca died on May 5.  He was 68. Gegantoca was also a columnist of the... Read more

  • Covering Crime

    Life as a police reporter Covering Crime By Willard Cheng It was 5:45 a.m. I was ready to call it a day—or night—when I got a call from our... Read more

  • CMFR invites applicants to a Training of Trainors Seminar for Alerts Reporting and Media Safety

    The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) would like to invite working journalists and mass media educators for a Trainors’ Training Seminar for Alerts Reporting and Media Safety... Read more

  • Marathon hearing on Esperat case set on June 26 to 30

    A marathon hearing on the trial of slain journalist Marlene Esperat case is set on June 26-30, 2006, in which the prosecution will present at least six more witnesses... Read more

  • Two part-time journalists slain in Kidapawan

    Two peace advocates, also working as part-time journalists, were gunned down by unidentified men around 5 p.m. Monday (19 June) in Kidapawan City, around 850 kilometers south of Manila.... Read more