Abante Balita Ngayon - Philippine Tabloid & Broadsheet Newspapers

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The following daily tabloids are mostly in Pilipino or Tagalog language with the exception of People's Journal and Tempo, which are both in English. They retail for six to seven pesos (US$0.11 - US$0.13) per issue and are popular among the Filipino masses.

  • Abante
    The mission of this Tagalog tabloid is to be the leading and trend setting tabloid in the Philippine newspaper industry. Abante 
    is a daily Filipino tabloid publication in the Philippines. During the State of Emergency in 2006, operatives from the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group tried to raid Abante's office but withdrew when they saw that there are television crew in the area.
  • Balita
    Tagalog newspaper published in the Philippines.
  • Bulgar
    Tagalog newspaper published in the Philippines.
  • People's Journal
    Published in English, this newspaper is part of the Philippines' biggest group of daily tabloids.
  • People's Taliba
    This is the Tagalog counterpart of People's Journal, also from the same publisher.
  • Pilipino Star Ngayon
    The sister publication of The Philippine Star in the national language. It was the first tabloid in the country to come out in full color and also the first one to establish its presence on the web.
  • Saksi Ngayon
    Tagalog newspaper published in the Philippines.
  • Tempo
    This English tabloid is part of the Manila Bulletin group.

Another tabloids in the Metro Manila market include: Abante Tonite • Bagong Tiktik • Bandera • Bomba Balita • Inquirer Libre • Pang-Masa • People's Monitor • People's Tonight • Pilipino Star Ngayon • Pinas • Pinoy Parazzi • Pinoy Weekly • Remate • Saksi sa Balita • Sikat • Taliba • Tanod • Tumbok

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Abante Newspaper Slogan: Abante Una Sa Balita


Broadsheets in the Philippines are mostly published in the English language. Their readership consist mainly of the middle and upper classes and cost between fifteen to twenty five pesos (US$0.27 - US$0.45) per issue. Sunday issues usually has more pages and cost slightly higher that the regular issues.

  • Business World
    The country's leading business newspaper represents three decades of professional economic journalism. Despite change, Business World's success over the years has constantly been anchored on a firm belief that a newspaper is a public trust.
  • Malaya
    Meaning "free" in the Pilipino language, it was founded in 1981 as a Tagalog newspaper by Jose Burgos Jr. Malaya shifted to English when its sister publication, We Forum, was closed down by the Marcos government in 1983 after it came out with a story exposing the fake medals of the former strongman.
  • Manila Bulletin
    The nation's leading newspaper.
  • Manila Standard Today
    A nationally circulated newspaper published daily in the Philippines since February 1987. Stories are succinct, readable and written in a lively style that has become a hallmark of the newspaper.
  • Philippine Daily Inquirer
    Undeniably the country’s most widely read and circulated newspaper. With over 2.7 million nationwide readers daily, it enjoys a market share of over 50% and tops the readership surveys.
  • The Daily Tribune
    With the slogan "Without fear or favor", The Daily Tribune began operating and came out with its maiden issue in February 1, 2000.
  • The Manila Times
    The oldest running newspaper in the Philippines with 106 years in a nation’s rich history. The Manila Times first hit the streets on October 11, 1898.
  • The Philippine Star
    Founded on July 28, 1986 by veteran journalists Max Soliven, Betty Go-Belmonte and Art Borjal, The Philippine Star has lived up to its mission of informing and inspiring the Filipino people by upholding truth and fairness at all times.

(According to philippinecentral)

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This article was published on 2011/10/17
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