9th Regular Media Monitor

Link to article: http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/11/09/17/revolutionary-government-malabong-mangyari-eksperto I think the article has some lapses in terms of content, and could have been written better to provide a fuller picture of the issue at hand. Some SPJ provisions come to mind: Provide context. Take special care not to misrepresent or oversimplify in promoting, previewing or summarizing a story. Support … Continue reading 9th Regular Media Monitor

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7th Bonus Media Monitor: Supernatural/Occult

Link to news: http://news.abs-cbn.com/video/life/01/15/17/watch-this-man-can-help-find-missing-items   This video from Rated K shows an interview of a man named Anghel Banaag, who claims to be a healer and uses rituals and prayers to find missing items and people. Included in the video is an example of such when he locates a man's missing wife after a recent … Continue reading 7th Bonus Media Monitor: Supernatural/Occult

6th Bonus Media Monitor: Survey Review

Link to article: https://www.google.com.ph/amp/newsinfo.inquirer.net/934224/sws-survey-nanlaban-drug-war-duterte/amp Though generally accurate in its discussion of the findings, I think that the article could have been written a little more clearly to avoid confusion in a few parts. First, I would like to point out how the writer was able to show good practice. One such example of this is … Continue reading 6th Bonus Media Monitor: Survey Review

5th Bonus Media Monitor: PHL Government’s Take on their UNHCR Review

1. In late September, I saw news circulating online (mostly on Facebook and Twitter) stating that the UN review resulted in the council's acceptance and commendation of the Philippines' report and reaffirmation of government commitment to human rights protection. The fake news stated that the review went very well and that the UN recognized the … Continue reading 5th Bonus Media Monitor: PHL Government’s Take on their UNHCR Review