The front page of the Philippine Daily Inquirer of Aug. 9, 2013, landed among the world’s Top Ten Front Pages on that day, according to Newseum, a Washington-based interactive center for news and journalism.
By Sunshine Blanco
“My three years at UP have taught me a central principle: Serve the people. It is a constant reminder that everything I do should not simply be for myself, but for the advancement of the nation and of its people.”
By Michael Lim Ubac
Inquirer president and CEO Alexandra Prieto-Romualdez said in a global conference of publishers on Wednesday that the Inquirer would pursue its “strong heritage of being a watchdog of government.” In effect, its role as a sentinel of democracy is the heart and soul of the Philippines’ No. 1 national daily.
By Lynette Ordonez-Luna
Alexandra “Sandy” Prieto-Romualdez, President and CEO of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, said here Wednesday that an “all-media approach” was needed to maximize audience reach.
By Nikko Dizon
Despite a reported ban on Filipino journalists by the Malaysian government, the Philippine Daily Inquirer and GMA 7 news teams here were accredited by the authorities on Wednesday, allowing them to cover the Sabah crisis.