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List of newspapers published in Metro Manila

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List of newspapers published in Metro Manila

Below is a list of newspapers printed and distributed in the Metropolitan Manila area. The National Capital Region has three major English language daily papers: Manila Bulletin, Philippine Daily Inquirer and The Philippine Star.

Broadsheets

Online

Tabloids

Magazines

  • Famous Spot Magazine
  • Ating Alamin Gazette
  • Bannawag
  • Bisaya
  • Hiligaynon
  • The Jeepney Magazine
  • Liwayway
  • The Philippine Panorama
  • Rising Star Feng Shui
  • Rising Star Horoscope
  • Rising Star Chinese Horoscope
  • Rising Star Horoscope Prediction
  • Astro Horoscope Feng Shui
  • Astro Horoscope Lucky Charms
  • Magnegosyo Tayo
  • Eksena
  • Moviestar Magasin
  • Starweek
  • Sunday Inquirer Magazine
  • WU! Manila Magazine

Defunct periodicals

Newspapers

Tabloids

  • Banat
  • Bosero
  • Remate Tonight
  • RP Daily Exposé
  • Toro
  • TIK-TIK

See also

External links

  • Newspapers and Magazines in Metro Manila
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