February 2007 Archives - CMFR

  • Happy to be back: a journalist returns to an old love

    A journalist returns to an old love Happy to be back By Shalom F. Mapagu ON THE night of Jan. 16, 2001, 12 of the 23 senators sitting as... Read more

  • Obituary

    Baldovino, 69 Photojournalist Richard “Dick” Baldovino died on Jan. 6. He was 69. Baldovino, who suffered a massive stroke three years ago, died after going into coma. A key... Read more

  • Chronicle

    Davao journalists take course on conflict resolution SIX MINDANAO journalists went to Australia last Jan. 11 for a week-long course titled, “Conflict-Resolving Media,” at the University of Sydney Center... Read more

  • Crisis: International

    Putin pledges to protect journalists RUSSIAN PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin vowed on Feb. 1 to protect the press following an international outcry over the murder of top investigative reporter Anna... Read more

  • Crisis: National

    Editor, actress settle cases TWO LIBEL cases, this time filed by a journalist against an actress, were dropped on Jan. 30 after both parties reached an out-of-court settlement. Judge... Read more

  • Politics and the Palawan Press

    More than the usual problems Politics and the Palawan Press By Jose Bimbo F. Santos 2006 was not a good year for the Palawan media. It was the year... Read more

  • Covering an Environmental Disaster

    Television gave viewers nationwide a close look at the Guimaras oil spill. It turned out to be the biggest news story for the local news program Ratsada of GMA... Read more

  • Media Coverage of an Oil Spill

    Journalists headed for Guimaras with little knowledge and even less protection Media Coverage of an Oil Spill By Ma. Diosa Labiste N AUG. 11, the oil tanker MT Solar... Read more

  • The Missing Beats

    They are also described as minor, small or dead The Missing Beats By Venus L. Elumbre and Don Gil K. Carreon ONE OF media’s functions is to get people... Read more

  • Inside PCIJ still among top 50 Pinoy blogs

    AT THE height of the “Hello, Garci” scandal in June 2005, the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) blog registered almost 500,000 unique hits. “Unique hits” refer to the... Read more