What is a press review ? A press review is a specific production. This is a press coverage report, a summary of the titles of the general or specialized press, mainly from a written source (written or online press). It is a “joint and comparative presentation of various comments emanating from different journalists and concerning the same theme or the same event”.
A press review or press report is a journalistic and entrepreneurial genre that consists of a compilation of general or specialized press articles, on a chosen geographic and temporal scale. This summary may legally fall within the scope of the press if it does not meet certain criteria, including free admission.
The “Press review” was invented under this name by Charles Maurras, in the Action Française, allowing him to criticize the ideas published in other press titles.
This review can be distributed on a written medium, but any other media medium can be chosen. Radio and television press reviews are common and often occupy a range of morning shows.
But the term “review” or “panorama” is debated. Thus, for many organizations, the “press review” is the exhaustive listing of articles while the panorama is a selection of articles that are the most representative of points of view or subjects. Thus, press coverage reviews can reach hundreds of pages when the panorama seeks to be smaller but to allow a panoramic view.