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The Republic of the Philippines is a country located in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. It is the world's twelfth most populous country, with an estimated population of 92 million people. The country has 7,107 islands which span 1,840 kilometers from south to the north. There are diverse ethnic and cultural groups found throughout the islands of the Philippines. The official languages are Filipino and English, but, there are other languages.
 
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Philippine Daily Inquirer.
This is the most widely read newspaper in the Philippines, with over 250 thousand daily circulations. It was established in 1985 ( during the last days of Philippine dictator - Ferdinand Marcos) and is currently part of the Asia News Network. It surpassed Manila Bulletin in 1990, as the largest circulating private newspaper.
Contact Adress: Inquirer Interactive Inc. 9/F Rufino Bldg., Ayala Ave. Makati City Philippines 1200


Manila Bulletin.
Manila Bulletin was founded in 1900 as a shipping journal and is the second oldest Philippine newspaper. It was originally called Manila Daily Bulletin and is certainly one of the leading newspapers in the Philippines. It is the flagship newspaper of Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation that also publishes Tempo, Balita, as well as nine magazines. The website is the oldest of the ones operated by Philippine-based newspapers.
Contact Adress: Manila Bulletin, Muralla corner Recoletos Intramuros, Manila 1002 P.O. BOX 769

Manila Times.
This is the oldest existing newspaper in the Philippines that is published in English language. It was established October 11, 1898, making it the oldest newspaper in the Philippines and the 4th largest in daily circulation.
Contact Address: 371 A. Bonifacio Drive, Port Area Manila Philippines 1082.

Philippine Star.
Philippine Star is one of the leading English broadsheet newspapers in the Philippines. It is owned and published by PhilSTAR Daily, Inc. It was founded on July 28, 1986. It is not only circulated in the Philippines, but also has an established circulation in Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia. .Philstar.com which is the online portal of the flagship newspaper, was established in 1997 and has grown in content and readership over the years.
Contact Address: 6TH Floor, RFM Corporate Center Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City Philippines.

ABS-CBN News.
This is a cable news network in the Philippines published by ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation. It is the only network that currently operates 24-hour news channel in the Philippines.
Manila Standard Today.
Manila Standard Today is the fourth-largest broadsheet newspaper in the Philippines and is published in the capital, Manila. It was founded on February 11th, 1987 and originally known simply as  Manila Standard. But it merged with Today newspaper on March 6, 2005 and hence adopted the new name Manila Standard Today.
Contact Address: Manila Standard Today Leyland bldg., Railroad cor. 21st streets, Port Area, Manila.
Sun Star.
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Contact Address: Sun.Star Building  3rd floor, P. del Rosario cor. P. Cui Sts. Cebu City 6000, Philippines.

Daily Tribune.
The Daily Tribune practices journalism without fear or favor. It is a daily English broadsheet newspaper publication in the Philippines. It was founded in 1999 and has grown to become one of the most trusted and credible news resource in the Philippines.
Mindanao Times.
Mindanao Times was established in 1946 and is the oldest newspaper in Mindanao, southern part of the Philippines. It was initially published by the Japanese under the name Davao Times, but the name was later changed to Mindanao Times when it was acquired by a group of Filipinos.
Filipino Express.
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