By John Nery
Does God browse the Internet? Starting at noon Tuesday, readers and viewers can post their prayer intentions on INQUIRER.net—part of the Inquirer Group’s comprehensive preparations for the historic pastoral visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines next January.
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.