Philippine Newspapers and News Sites
The Philippines have a vibrant media sector, including print and online newspapers. Here is a comprehensive list of all major English language newspapers and news sites in the country.
Joint venture of The Manila Times newspaper and ABS-CBN Interactive.
San Diego's newspaper serving the Filipino-American communities of Southern California.
Filipino community newspaper in Australia. Based in Sydney and circulated Australiawide.
Philippines's alternative weekly magazine.
Daily business newspaper.
Manila business daily.
Official news agency of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines.
Daily news media site, focusing on local, national as well as international breaking news stories.
Manila-based national newspaper.
New Zealand's paper for Filipino migrants.
Daily business, sport and entertainment news and blogs.
Online news portal of TV5, a television and radio broadcasting network based in Quezon City, Philippines.
Online edition of the Philippines' biggest group of daily tabloids - People's Journal, People's Tonight Magazine and Women's Journal.
Quality daily newspaper.
Online edition of the nationally circulated daily newspaper.
The oldest running newspaper in the Philippines.
Phillippine entertainment portal.
Independent media agency that specializes in investigative reporting.
Newspaper for the Filipino American community. Based in San Francisco.
Major national daily.
State-run news wire service.
Online portal that provides international news, business and finance stories
Social news network aiming to inspire community engagement and digitally fuelled actions for social change.
Network of local newspapers.
Published by Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation.
One of the most popular dailies that features breaking news and current affairs coverage 24/7.
- Baguio Midland Courier (Cordillera)
- Bicol Standard (Bicol)
- Bohol Chronicle (Bohol)
- Bohol News Daily (Bohol)
- Catanuandes Tribune (Virac)
- Cebu Daily News (Central Visaya)
- Daily Guardian (Western Visaya)
- Davao Today (Davao)
- Ilocos Sentinel (Ilocos Region)
- Metrocebu News (Bohol)
- Mindanao Times (Davao)
- MindaNews (Davao)
- Negros Chronicle (Dumaguete)
- Northern Dispatch Weekly (Cordillera, Cagayan Valley)
- Punto Central Luzon (San Fernando)
- Subic Bay News (Subic)
- Sunday Punch (Pangasinan)
- Visayan Daily Star (Bacolod)