List of leading newspapers in the Philippines
The Manila Bulletin, Philippine Daily Inquirer and Philippine Star are the top three biggest broadsheet newspapers by circulation in the country. Philippines is situated in the western Pacific Ocean and consists of around 7,641 islands. It is the fifth most mineralised country in the world, with the third largest deposits of gold and fourth for copper. Read the latest news, breaking news and headlines from the Philippines and around the world.
These are the list of broadsheet and tabloid newspapers currently being published in the Philippines.
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The Philippine Daily Inquirer is an English-language newspaper in the Philippines owned by Philippine Daily Inquirer, Inc.
The Manila Bulletin is the Philippines' largest English-language broadsheet newspaper by circulation covering business news, entertainment, sports and more.
The Philippine Star is a print and digital newspaper in the Philippines.
The Manila Times is a national daily newspaper and the oldest extant English-language newspaper in the Philippines owned by Dante A. Ang.
Abante Tonite newspaper offers local daily news, national and international news, covering weather, sports, lifestyle, entertainment, business, politics movies, travel, books, education and more.
SunStar is an English-language newspaper based in Cebu City, Philippines.
BusinessWorld is a leading business newspaper in the Philippines with a nationwide circulation. It is owned by Philstar Daily Inc. and World Press, Inc.
Business Mirror is the second daily business newspaper in the Philippines founded in 2005 by Antonio Cabangon Chua.
The Manila Standard is a broadsheet newspaper in the Philippines owned by Philippine Manila Standard Publishing, Inc.