(UPDATED) 'Why is it that media during our watch complained about the flimsiest and tiniest things and it seems to be a little quiet these days?' former president Benigno Aquino III says
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This comes after the Prieto family announced it is divesting from the Philippine Daily Inquirer
In an interview with Rappler, ex-president Benigno Aquino III says it 'doesn't make sense' for the businessman he once called 'idol' to destroy the Inquirer's image
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This comes amid talks between Ramon Ang and the Rufino-Prieto family for a majority stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
The employees were informed of the plans to sell the Prieto family's shares in a general assembly on Monday, July 17
In 1999, Joseph Estrada sues the Manila Times over a corruption story. Months later, the Gokongwei family sells the newspaper to the President's crony.
Get to know the Rufino-Prieto family, owners of the Inquirer which may soon belong to businessman Ramon Ang
The businessman wants a majority stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, previously vied for GMA Network, and reportedly has a stake in CNN Philippines
The President again slams the Prieto family on the day news breaks of businessman Ramon Ang's plans to acquire a majority stake in the Inquirer
(UPDATED) If the acquisition pushes through, Ramon Ang will use his personal money to buy the Prieto family's interest in the Inquirer group
President Rodrigo Duterte reiterates his warning that he will ask the public to ‘occupy’ the Prietos' Mile Long property in Makati City as it 'belongs' to the people
The High Court upholds Inquirer's win at the Court of Tax Appeals
Days after the President mentioned them in his speeches, the BIR is now reviewing tax issues involving the Prieto-owned donut company and Lucio Tan
President Rodrigo Duterte mistakenly identifies former Film Development Council of the Philippines chief Briccio Santos as a 'son-in-law' of the Inquirer's Prietos
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'Masquerading as "authentic politics," the government has embraced profanity, misogyny and the lack of overall decency as political strategies to attack and silence its critics,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines calls Duterte's rant a 'brazen abuse' of his power as chief executive
(UPDATED) 'Mukhang pera kayo eh,' says President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and ABS-CBN, whom he accuses of unfair reporting
'I can imagine it's not difficult for [Martin Andanar] to have felt legitimized' when he was enlisted as newspaper columnist. 'Now he's thinking of legitimizing bloggers as members of the press themselves.'
Inquirer columnist Ramon Tulfo is an apparent supporter of President Duterte but a harsh critic of the PNP chief, the subject of his most recent columns
In the Philippines, paid trolls, fallacious reasoning, leaps in logic, poisoning the well – these are only some of the propaganda techniques that have helped shift public opinion on key issues
Five presidential candidates face off in the first debate in Cagayan de Oro City. Here's the transcript of that event.
Senator Nancy Binay accuses the news daily of being part of a 'demolition job' against her father
(UPDATED) The Cagayan de Oro Press Club maintains government should make sure the national event is 'equally covered' by mass media, free from any monopoly. CenterLaw, meanwhile, supports the suit against the Comelec chair.
The presidential debate on February 21 is the first one happening outside Metro Manila, and the first time that the public will see all the 2016 presidential bets on one stage
The Comelec's national media partner, GMA-7, is giving more slots to local journalists in the Cagayan de Oro event, but will not let them bring cameras and other equipment
The debate 'should be beyond corporate media's quest for higher ratings and wider readership,' says the Cagayan de Oro Press Club
Inquirer's new boss rose from the ranks in the Philippines' biggest newspaper
(UPDATED) Judge Elpidio Calis of Makati RTC Branch 133 denies the motions of the Vice President's critics to dismiss the P200-million damage suit against them
The President says Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc, the Inquirer's late editor-in-chief, was a 'strict taskmaster' watching the government
Presidents, paramours, politicians, public figures – Letty loved them as any no-nonsense journalist would: she loved giving them their reality check
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(3rd UPDATE) Philippine Daily Inquirer: 'The country has lost a bedrock of journalism'
President Aquino says it 'will be more prudent' to await an arbitral tribunal's ruling on the Philippines' case against China over the West Philippine Sea
Meanwhile, PLDT group's MediaQuest, which has a stake in The Philippine Star, says it has no plans of fully acquiring newspaper BusinessWorld
'This is for all these concerted actions of all groups that contributed to destroying the VP,' says Binay's lawyer Claro Certeza
Senator Pia Cayetano says the full body image of a bikini pageant winner published in Inquirer's May 23 front page was 'clearly meant to be provocative'
'The PDI's inaccurate and biased reports...constitute a breach both of the standards of journalism and the trust of the Filipino people'
Death comes early for Filipina worker on death row Mary Jane Veloso after Philippine newspapers kill her on their headlines ahead of Indonesia announcing a stay of her execution
Notwithstanding allegations against her, there is no justification for the heartless and brutal slay of Batangueña journalist Melinda 'Mei' Magsino
I accuse the media of being the lackey of partisan political interests, its own ignorance and bigotry
Inquirer report based on 2013 Commission on Audit data, says officials; Story 'demoralizing' to scientists, employees of state weather bureau
Several 'current and former' city officials want to sue the newspaper for a 'libellous, malicious and defamatory article' that alleged they got P4B in kickbacks from infrastructure projects
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