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cmfr | CMFR - Part 230

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  • They shrank the paper! Inquirer goes Compact

    FOR the detractors of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, it was a con-firmation of their worst suspicions: the newspaper had gone tabloid. In an unprecedented move by a Manila-based newspaper,... Read more

  • Journalism’s Dirty Little Secret

    By Alcuin Papa PLAGIARISM is one of journalism’s unforgivable sins. In the US, where standards of journalism are strictly observed, cases of plagiarism have been reported even in respectable... Read more

  • Crisis: National

    Court dismisses case against Binoya murder suspects In an unfortunate turn of events, a local court dismissed recently the murder charge filed against the alleged brain behind the June... Read more

  • Crisis: International

    Danish paper gets bomb threat The Copenhagen-based daily Jyllands-Posten received bomb threats in retaliation for publishing cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad. A caller speaking in English told the paper’s... Read more

  • Chronicle

    Reg’l news magazine launched The Asia News Network (ANN), an alliance of 14 newspapers in the Philippines and 11 other Asian countries, launched AsiaNews magazine last Feb. 10, a... Read more

  • A Lifetime of EDSAs

    BY Ed Lingao THERE was a time when I would look back to the good old days and wonder where they’ve gone, when the air was clear and the... Read more

  • PCIJ under new attack

    The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) received yet another suit from a controversial audio technician, who this time, filed five counts of libel against them last 27 March... Read more

  • Press Advisory

    For more information: look for Nathan of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (tel. no. 02 840-0903) or Ayi of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines... Read more

  • Search warrant on PCIJ

    Reporting the truth was only a crime during Martial Law. But its sinister shadow was seen again yesterday, March 13, when three members of the Central Police District, accompanied... Read more

  • Court dismisses case against Binoya murder suspects

    In an unfortunate turn of events, a local court dismissed recently, the murder charge filed against the alleged brain behind the 17 June 2004 killing of journalist Elpidio Binoya... Read more