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Entries from July 2010

Election coverage peaks in Bisaya dailies

July 7th, 2010 · No Comments

Cebu Print Media Coverage of the 2010 Elections Sixth Monitoring Period (Bisaya dailies) (April 25-May 10, 2010) Written on June 28, 2010 – 12:57 am CEBU’S BISAYA-LANGUAGE DAILIES The last two weeks leading to election day showed a peak in the election coverage of the Bisaya-language dailies of Cebu with 290 election-related reports or 54 […]

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50% of stories in English dailies about elections

July 7th, 2010 · No Comments

Cebu Print Media Coverage of the 2010 Elections Sixth Monitoring Period (April 25-May 10, 2010) Written on June 15, 2010 – 6:31 am | by media | The final stretch of the 2010 campaign period saw the number of election-related reports in Cebu’s English-language dailies shoot up to 849 reports (April 25-May 10) from 588 […]

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Media get tips on improving election coverage

July 1st, 2010 · No Comments

Ways to improve coverage of future elections suggested By Cherry Ann T. Lim Sun.Star Cebu, June 30, 2010 THE media and representatives from various sectors of society gave suggestions on how the Cebu media could improve its coverage of future elections.

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Cebu election coverage objective: study

July 1st, 2010 · No Comments

ELECTION MONITORING STUDY SHOWS Print media objective in covering elections By Cherry Ann T. Lim Sun.Star Cebu, June 30, 2010 THE three English daily newspapers in Cebu were generally objective and fair in covering the 2010 elections, a study revealed yesterday.

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More front-page election stories in Bisaya dailies

July 1st, 2010 · No Comments

Cebu Print Media Coverage of the 2010 Elections Fifth Monitoring Period (April 11-24, 2010) Written on June 12, 2010 – 1:05 am | by media | CEBU’S BISAYA-LANGUAGE DAILIES The proportion of election-related reports to the news hole of the two Bisaya language dailies monitored, Banat and SuperBalita,  jumped from 29 percent during the fourth […]

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