The Philippine news link is your source to the third largest English speaking country in the world.
The Philippines is a vibrant democracy with 12 English language daily national newspapers and 408 community newspapers spread over the country’s 7,100 islands, most of them English weeklies and monthlies in tabloid format. Primary Philippine newspapers; Philippine Daily Tribune, Philippine Daily Inquirer Newspaper, and the Philippine Star Newspaper.
In the Philippines, radio remains the most popular medium, especially in far-flung barrios or neighborhoods. There are 539 stations in the country, 273 of them on the AM band. Television also outpaces the print media in terms of popularity, especially in the urban areas. There are 63 television stations nationwide with ABS-CBN Philippine being the most popular.
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The Philippines inherited American-style journalism and with it the structure of media as a business enterprise at the turn of the 20th century when it was a U.S. colony. Philippine media today have been touted as the freest, most rambunctious in Southeast Asia. Yet, they remain vulnerable to pressures on their managing editors and protective of the interests of their owners.
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Philippine Newspapers in general are publications containing news, information, and advertising. General-interest newspapers often feature articles on political events, crime, business, art/entertainment, society and sports...
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