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CMFR Media Review

This Week in Media (January 10 to 14, 2022)

ADDING TO the grim start of 2022, the second week of the year saw the steady rise in COVID-19 cases,...
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Elections 2022 Journalism Review

Report on Comelec hacking flawed — but flags Election 2022 digital vulnerabilities

JEERS TO the Manila Bulletin for its breaking news report on the alleged hacking of Comelec’s servers, which it claimed...
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Journalism Review

Poblacion Girl: Getting distracted from the issues that matter

JEERS TO News5 and GMA-7 for amplifying trivia and distractions related to the case of Gwyneth Chua, who violated quarantine...
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In Context

Misplaced optimism about Omicron

THE FIRST week of 2022 saw the steady rise in the number of COVID-19 cases and the looming threat of...
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Journalism Review

DZRH spotlights controversial candidate

JEERS TO dzRH for the publicity it gave Rose Nono Lin’s campaign activities while failing to discuss her involvement in...
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Journalism Review

VERA Files reports need for sex education, reproductive health services

CHEERS to VERA Files for calling attention to the dismal state of reproductive health care services and sex education, especially...
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CMFR Media Review

This Week in Media (January 3 to 7, 2022)

THE FIRST week of the year was a bad start for 2022.  First off, a case of blatant misconduct based...
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Covering CoViD-19 Journalism Review

Philippine Star editorial urges testing, tracing

CHEERS TO The Philippine Star for its editorial that raised critical points otherwise absent from news accounts on the current...
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Covering CoViD-19 Journalism Review

It’s all about connections: Inquirer questions handling of Gwyneth Chua case

CHEERS TO the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s editorial “Quarantine and connections” published January 5, 2022 for its critical take on the...
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Elections 2022 Journalism Review

Inquirer.net on PDP-Laban extension plea: Grasping at straws?

WHO’S MISSING a presidential candidate? As political forces go, the PDP-Laban faction led by Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi looked desperate....
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