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History of Newspaper

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Jean Manabo

on 23 June 2013

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History Of Newspaper
The Marcos Years: Controlled and Alternative Press
Regional Newspapers in Philippines
The Philippine Press: Its Initial Pages
The first Philippine newspaper was established in 1811.
The history of the free press in the Philippines has its roots in nationalistic newspapers published in Europe and in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial rule. These newspapers were mainly published and written by the so-called ilustrados.
•DEL SUPERIOR GOVIERNO--was published with the Spanish Governor General himself as editor.
•LA ESPERANZA (1846)-- the first daily newspaper
•DIARIO DE MANILA (1848)-- best edited newspaper,
•EL ILOCANO (1893)-- first local publication
•EL HOGAR (1893)-- first publication for and
by women
•La Solidaridad (1889)-- the mouthpiece of the revolution, published in Spain, with the policy "to work peacefully for social and economic reforms, to expose the real plight of the Philippines, and to champion liberalism and democracy."
•KALAYAAN (Liberty) (1898)-- official organ of the revolutionaries.
•LA INDEPENDENCIA (1898)-- was the most widely read newspaper of the revolution.
LA REPUBLICA FILIPINA (1898)-- published in Mandaluyong, Rizal, edited by Pedro Paterno.
**Other newspapers were LA LIBERTAD (1898), and EL HERALDO DE ILOILO (1898).
---The American Regime ---
•THE MANILA TIMES (1898)-- oldest English-language newspaper in the Philippines.

•PHILIPPINE HERALD (1920) a pro-Filipino newspaper.
•PHILIPPINE STAR--leading daily English-language newspaper
**Other nationalistic newspapers during the period did not last long due to American suppression.**
•EL NUEVO DIA (The New Day) published in Cebu
•SAKDAL-- which attacked regressive taxes, big government, and abusive capitalists and landlords — issues which remain relevant today.

The press during the martial law period was highly controlled,
and the alternative press emerged in the 1980s.
•WE Forum-- father and son team of Jose Burgos and its broadcast affiliate, "Pahayagang Malaya"
•Veritas-- Felix Bautista and Melinda Q. de Jesus
•Business Day (Business World)-- Raul and Leticia Locsin
•Philippine Daily Inquirer (1985)-- One of the most widely circulated daily newspapers, member of the
Asia News Network.
•The Philippine Collegian -- UP-Diliman
Ang Malaya--Philippine College of Commerce (Polytechnic University of the Philippines)
•Pandayan -- Ateneo de Manila University
•Ang Hasik--Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila •Balawis -- Mapua Institute of Technology.
Cordillera Administrative Region
• Baguio Midland Courier -- entire CAR
• Baguio News
• Northern Dispatch Weekly-- Ilocos, Cordillera, and Cagayan Valley of Northern Philippines.
Ilocos Region
• Ilocos Times
• Sunday Punch-- from Dagupan City
Central Luzon
• Nueva Ecija Journal
• Sun Star Pampanga
• Makiling Journal
• Island Sentinel
• Bicol Mail
• Vox Bikol
Western Visayas
• Visayan Daily Star -- Negros Island.
• Daily Guardian
• News Today
Central Visayas
•Cebu Daily News
• Negros Chronicle -- Negros Oriental province.
• Bohol Chronicle-- Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines.
Eastern Visayas
• Samar News
• Southern Leyte Times

Zamboanga Peninsula
• Zamboanga Times
• Zamboanga Today--Zamboanga Peninsula, Basilan,
Sulu, Zamboanga Sibugay and Tawi-Tawi.
Northern Mindanao
• Sun Star Cagayan
• Davao Today
• Mindanao Times
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