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(Monrovia, August 10, 2017): The National Media Council of the Press Union of Liberia today began hearing into the
(Monrovia, August 10, 2017): The National Media Council of the Press Union of Liberia today began hearing into the complaint of D. Franklin Doloquee, a Nimba County Correspondent of the Liberia Broadcasting
The Launch of UNESCO-IPDC PROJECT
The Press Union of Liberia in collaboration with Center for Media Studies and Peace Building or CEMESP, with support from UNESCO has launched the UNESCO-IPDC PROJECT under the theme: "Strengthening Conflict Sensitivity in Journalism and Social Media towards Supporting Peaceful Elections in Liberia". Speaking at the formal opening was the Regional Director of UNESCO based in Abuja, Nigeria Mr. Yao Ydo, said that elections in any country are key to development and growth of that country. He added that elections must not be taken for granted, because they place the country on the right track.
Liberian Media Faces Threats, Challenges
PUL SG Laments At Int'l Media Confab Journalist D K Sengbeh and some participants of the conference are seen PUL Secretary General D. Kaihennneh Sengbeh addressing the International Conference on Freedom of the Press in Jerusalem at the historic Mishkenot Sha'ananim Conference Center. The Secretary General of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), D. Kaihenneh Sengbeh, has told an international conference that press freedom remains elusive in Liberia in the face of daunting economic challenges and periodic attacks and intimidation on the media mostly by state authorities.
PUL Concludes Successful Congress
(Monrovia, Sunday March 22, 2015): The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has ended a successful mini-Congress in Monrovia with a call for improved working conditions of journalists in the country.

Members of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) have unanimously embraced the national honor bestowed on the Liberian media by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, but are calling on the government to repeal anti-free media laws on the book.
Officials and members of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) have condemned the appearance of a strange newspaper on the newsstand with the publisher, contact number and full address unknown.
(Monday, July 6, 2015): The Press Union of Liberia will hold its Annual Awards Night and Dinner ceremony on Friday, July 10at the Paynesville City Hall at 7PM.
(Monday, July 6, 2015): The Press Union of Liberia has fined theNation Times Newspaper L$2,500 for ethical breach and requested its Publisher, journalist Octavin Williams, to apologize and retract a misleading headline against Vice President Joseph Boakai in a story published on April 8, 2015.
Monrovia, Liberia (June 1, 2015)—The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) Grievance and Ethics Committee is calling the attention of some media houses to their constant failure to properly give attribution to stories, including those lifted from fellow media institutions.
PUL SG Laments At Int'l Media Confab Journalist D K Sengbeh and some participants of the conference are seen PUL Secretary General D.
Monrovia, May 27, 2015: The Press Union of Liberia will hold its annual awards night and dinner on July 10, 2015.
(Thursday, May 21, 2015): The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) will on Friday, May 22, open a book of condolence in memory of fallen Liberia journalist John G.
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