Pinas (Philippine newspaper)

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Pinas
Pinas logo.jpg
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Sonshine Media Network International
Editor Manny de la Cruz
Cecilia Perla V. Calzo
Ethel B. Genuino
Segundina Bautista
Vincent Jan C. Rubio
Editor-in-chief Catherina C. Fournier
Founded May 15, 2005
Language Tagalog
Headquarters Makati City, Philippines
ISSN 1656-801X

Pinas is a published weekly by the Sonshine Media Network International located at 3rd floor, ACQ Tower Building, Sta. Rita Street, EDSA, Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City.

It has been reformatted by Tagalog version of Pinas newspaper since March 2006.

PINAS The Filipino’s Global Newspaper,[1] is a Tagalog weekly newspaper about Filipino life, society, government and community that seeks to deliver alternative reading to the greater number of Filipinos worldwide. PINAS strives to present relevant issues in a unique and unusual perspective, good news as only PINAS sees it, one-of-a-kind opinions about public affairs, as well as exciting features, entertainment news, sports and fun page. PINAS is one of the leading weekly newspapers circulating in the Philippines and in the Filipino communities abroad, able to bridge the distance between Filipinos around the globe. In fact, PINAS is also considered the newspaper for the OFW family.

PINAS also brings the Word of God to all its readers as preached by international revolutionary preacher, Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy. What PINAS is not is a scandal sheet that would record, promote and vivify the immoral, the ugly and degrading. We are an adverse reaction to the surfeit of immorality in all levels of Philippine society and we strive to unravel the truth and achieve for our people the freedom from want, ignorance and hatred.