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Media Monitoring and Review | CMFR

Media Monitoring and Review

PHILIPPINE JOURNALISM REVIEW (PJR), which was previously in magazine form, was revived in 2007 as a refereed journal for students and professors of journalism. PJR Reports is its monthly sister publication addressed to journalism professionals.

PJR REPORTS is not just a publication; it is the result of a continuing monitoring activity of how the press covers and reports events and issues. PJR Reports meets the need for the continuing education of journalists. Sent to over 500 journalists nationwide, PJR Reports also serves as a regular forum for the discussion of the issues and problems of the news media in the Philippines. PJR Reports serves as a reference for journalism faculty and students in universities and colleges.

PJR Reports was first released as a quarterly and then as a bimonthly journal. It is now released monthly to make the material more accessible to the public.

MEDIA TIMES, designed as a special yearend volume, will continue to promote responsible journalism by conducting media monitoring, encouraging self-regulation through peer review, and generating reports and analyses of media practice as well as providing news about the press itself.

The once-a-year publication will be based on the findings of the media monitor, content and case analyses which CMFR will continue to upload regularly on the CMFR website. It will contain the same features as the digital pages, but will also serve as an annual review of the most significant political and social developments of the past year through the special prism of media coverage.