NAMED AS one of three media personalities who allegedly accepted bribes from a government corporation involved in the diversion of pork barrel funds to non-existent NGOs, TV5’s Erwin Tulfo... Read more
THE MOST powerful organizations in the world are not governments but corporations, and among the most powerful corporations are the global media conglomerates. Corporations are the power behind even... Read more
ALTHOUGH SOME communication scholars take exception to the findings of a decades-old study that condemns the Wile-y Coyote/Roadrunner cartoon for its violence, other studies have since validated the warning... Read more
CMFR was organized in 1989 as a private, non-stock, non-profit organization involving the different sectors of society in the task of building up the press and news media as a pillar of democratic society. Its programs uphold press freedom, promote responsible journalism, and encourage journalistic excellence.
Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility
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