The Philippine Star

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The Philippine Star
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) PhilStar Daily, Inc.
Founded July 28, 1986
Headquarters 202 Roberto Oca corner Railroad Sts. Port Area, Manila, Philippines
Official website http://www.digitaledition.philstar.com

The Philippine STAR is the flagship title of the country’s largest and most successful print media enterprise, the Star Group of Publications. Owned and published by Philstar Daily Inc., The STAR is a vaunted pillar of Philippine journalism whose integrity is anchored on the Biblical motto, “Truth Shall Prevail”.

Veteran newsmen Max Soliven, Betty Go-Belmonte and Art Borjal founded The Philippine STAR on July 28, 1986 in the heels of the Edsa Revolution that propelled Corazon Aquino to the Philippine presidency. True to the ideals of its founders, The STAR continues to inform and inspire readers the world over. It is a three-time winner of the prestigious Newspaper of the Year award given by the Rotary Club of Manila (2005, 2012 and 2013), which recognizes excellence in Philippine journalism.[1]

In recognition of its business success and market leadership, The Philippine STAR received the prestigious Marketing Company of the Year Award from the Philippine Marketing Association in 2006. [2]

Executives[edit]

  • President & CEO: Miguel Belmonte
  • Editor: Ana Marie Pamintuan
  • Managing Editor: Romel A. Lara

The Star Group[edit]

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