The Philippine Star is a daily English-language broadsheet newspaper based in Manila in the Philippines. It has the most subscribers of any newspaper in the Philippines and serves as one of the country's newspapers of record. Owned and published by PhilSTAR Daily, Inc, it was founded on July 28, 1986 by veteran journalists Max Soliven, Betty Go-Belmonte and Art Borjal in the wake of the EDSA People Power Revolution. The Philippine STAR has an established circulation in Hong Kong and in Saudi Arabia.
It is among the top three broadsheets in the country, by circulation, along with the Philippine Daily Inquirer and the Manila Bulletin, with other Philippine newspapers trailing far behind. Data from the Neilsen Media Index for the first quarter of 2008 show that the Philippine Star is the most read broadsheet in the Philippine capital of Metro Manila, with a Monday-to-Saturday readership of 47.4%. As of the last semester of 2007, the Media Index also showed that the Star is the number one broadsheet among the ABC1 socio-economic class, with 47.3% of the market, up from 35.7% the previous year.  A separate survey by the Nielsen Media Research - Print Advertising Information Service, which monitors print advertising placements, shows that in 2007, the STAR received the lion's share of advertising expenditure among all other Philippine broadsheets. It reports that ₱2.97 billion worth of advertising went to the Philippine Star, followed by ₱2.68 billion for the Philippine Daily Inquirer, and ₱1.35 billion for the Manila Bulletin.
On Monday, March 11, 2013, The Philippine Star published Christine Bersola-Babao entitled "Being Gay". she was at the receiving end of online flak for her homophobic point of view. The Philippine Star has celebrity writers to boost sales
- President & CEO: Miguel Belmonte
- Editor: Ana Marie Pamintuan
- Managing Editor: Romel A. Lara
- Vice-President for Advertising: Lucien Dy Tioco
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