Candy (magazine)

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Candy Magazine
Editor-in-Chief Marla Miniano
Categories Teen magazine
Frequency Monthly
First issue March-April 1999
Company Summit Media
Country  Philippines
Language English
Website www.candymag.com

Candy is a magazine which is dedicated to the Filipina teen. It is published by Summit Media, publisher of Yes! Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Total Girl, and others. The magazine is manned by editor-in-chief Marla Miniano, as of January 2012.

Candy's first issue was published on March 1999, with Amanda Griffin as its first cover girl. The magazine is edited in English because it is easy to read by the readers. The topics inside the magazine suit the taste of Filipina teenagers, especially high school and college students. Not only girls are having fun when reading this magazine but also teenage boys who made this as a reference about on how to communicate and catch up with girls.

Candy Magazine is the most read teen magazine. It was ranked first in the Philippines in the category of Teen Magazines, according to the survey conducted by Synovate. It is also the number one magazine based on the top 5 magazines of Summit Media after FHM, Yes!, Cosmopolitan, and Good Housekeeping.

The Candy Team[edit]

  • Editor-in-chief: Marla Miniano
  • Art director: Steph Yapnayon
  • Managing editor: Mimi Tiu
  • Features editor: Angel Constantino
  • Associate fashion editor: Sam Potenciano
  • Assistant entertainment editor: Dyan Zarzuela
  • Fashion & beauty assistant: Jed Gregorio
  • Web managing editor: Macy Alcaraz
  • Web fashion & beauty assistant: Erin Torrejon
  • Candy Council of Cool

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