Company Profile of Manila Bulletin
The Manila Bulletin continues to flourish with its partnerships with governments, businesses, shareholders, and varied stakeholders. It is the second oldest newspaper published in the Philippines and the second oldest English newspaper in the Far East.
It has lived up to its reputation as “exponent of Philippine progress” through fair and accurateness and features and in keeping the public fully informed during the most difficult and trying times.
From being a shipping journal that published advertisements of shipping companies in its early years, the Manila Bulletin became a chronicler of news and inspiring stories about every Filipino – the youth and toddlers, the elderly, the farmers and fisherfolks, the religious and socio-civic groups, and eminent world figures who made it into the news.
The company is 54.20% owned by U.S. Automotive Co., Inc., which was also incorporated in the Philippines.
The Manila Bulletin is the pioneer in taking the first giant steps to become the only broadsheet to utilize an integrated approach to a multi-level platform. Thus, it prides itself in not just being a newspaper but more so in being a multi-media company. harnessing the power of technology to keep its readers and the market fully informed.
The Manila Bulletin adapts and thrives in the ever-widening digital universe and is now present in every platform, from print, online, mobile, LED ]
billboards, and in every screen: from desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, and even watches.
The core competence of the Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation (the “Company”) is the business of proprietors and publishers of newspapers, journals, magazines, periodicals, books, pamphlets, literary and artworks of all kinds, and the business of proprietors and operators of the other means of mass communications.
The Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation, a publicly held corporation in the Philippines which publishes in print and online a daily broadsheet, tabloid-sized newspapers and various magazines in English, Filipino and the vernaculars…
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