Public Review Newspaper is a Sierra Leone daily in the capital city of Freetown. Founded in January 2013, the publisher and Managing Editor Joseph Turay is vastly experienced. The newspaper now has a countrywide readership of up to 75%. Readers could now access daily news items on the go at their fingertips at its website: www.publicreviewsl.net
The Public Review Newspaper, which is registered with the Independent Media Commission, is a subsidiary of the Public Multi Media Company registered in Sierra Leone.
The newspaper itself has experienced exponential growth in a nine year span. A weekly special supplement has been added covering a variety of reportage from FGM to climate change, besides additional editorials and sports.
The editorial board of the Public Review newspaper is of the firm belief that journalism in Sierra Leone is in a transition phase. This is especially true with the impact of Covid-19 and the new media.
Like many other businesses in the country, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused the paper to witness frequency and circulation challenges with increasing in material costs and printing. But, difficult times require creativity and innovation. The paper is taking the leads in the market. Journalism is being practiced in a fragile democracy such as it is in post-war Sierra Leone. At Public Review Newspaper, the reporters pride themselves in fronting critical and exciting coverage. The tricks of the trade are done in a fair manner.
The newspaper’s advertising rate is reasonable. Prices are second to none. Staffs are always on the other end. All are willing to listen, they are friendly. They are sensitive and can work with you on how you wish to tailor your needs. They are there to answer all your concerns. They are there to make your life as easy as you want things done.
The PUBLIC REVIEW NEWSPAPER would make sure the issues are up-to-date, professional and unbiased. Good journalism costs money.
Finally, once again you are welcome to Public Review Newspaper Website.