Definition: Press book in English. The press review is a press monitoring tool consisting of the compilation and analysis of press coverage (articles, quotes, forums, etc.) on a given subject: a company, an institution, a product, an event, a sector of activity, etc.

In law, we must not confuse a press review with a press overview. The press review is an exception to the copyright defined by Article L. 122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code and is only reserved for press organizations. As for the Panorama de presse, it is a collection of articles and extracts subject to royalty.