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PJR Reports asks: comments, rants, suggestions? | CMFR

PJR Reports asks: comments, rants, suggestions?

CMFR’s flagship publication, the PJR Reports (formerly the Philippine Journalism Review) is the result of a continuing monitoring activity of how the press covers and reports events and issues.

As part of our efforts to give you a better PJR Reports, the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) would be happy to receive your feedback regarding our bimonthly publication.

1. Do you read the hard copy edition of PJR Reports? Why or why not?

2. Do you check CMFR’s website to regularly browse PJR Reports issues? Why or why not?

3. Should CMFR continue to publish the hard copy edition of PJR Reports? Or would you prefer an online edition of PJR Reports? Why or why not?

4. What sections in the PJR Reports do you like the most and should be kept? What sections need reviewing?

5. What issues would you want to see tackled in the PJR Reports?

6. What do you think PJR Reports should do to become more effective in monitoring the media?

Please kindly send your answers to staff@cmfr-phil.org. Please also include your name, organizational/institutional affiliation, and position in your organization/institution.

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