The Philippine Daily Inquirer remains the country’s most read newspaper, according to the latest survey by The Nielsen Co. The latest Nielsen Media Index/Consumer and Media Views survey, covering the third quarter of 2012, found that the Inquirer is the newspaper of choice of 47.5 percent of respondents nationwide who had read a newspaper the day before. The Inquirer is way ahead of the Manila Bulletin (33.7 percent) and the Philippine Star (33.2 percent).
By Cathy Yamsuan
A Makati court has dismissed the P5-million damage suit filed by the family of Hubert Webb against the Philippine Daily Inquirer in 1995 for “sheer dearth of merit.”
The city prosecutor’s office has dismissed a P100-million libel suit filed by the developer of Camp John Hay against the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) for notices it published in newspapers that warned the public against investing in John Hay projects.
By Matikas Santos
The Philippine Daily Inquirer on Thursday signed an agreement with GMA Network, Smart Communications and Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) company to team up in covering the 2013 midterm elections.
By Tetch Torres
Supreme Court Associate Justice Arturo Brion branded as malicious the article published on the Philippine Daily Inquirer about him standing as wedding sponsors of the daughter of Jose Villarosa whose case involving the death of Quintos brothers in 1997 is with the high court.
By Jerome Aning
At least 32 flights at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport were cancelled Thursday due to bad weather brought by Tropical Storm “Ofel.”
By Rosario A. Garcellano
In August, Inquirer columnist Raul C. Pangalangan wrote about a 35-second video taken by a motorist and posted on Facebook, of an episode under the Edsa-Timog flyover in which a young woman took off her coat, wrapped it around a street urchin, and then hurried on as Typhoon “Gener” raged.
Recent stories and opinion pieces, including in this newspaper, have speculated on the relationship between businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan and the Philippine Daily Inquirer. We wish to state for the record that:
By Tarra Quismundo
The Philippine Daily Inquirer won six awards, including best news coverage and photograph, and two special citations in the 34th Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) ceremonies on Tuesday night.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer and its reporter, Julie M. Aurelio, Saturday bagged the top print media awards at the 14th anniversary of Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) in Quezon City.
By Frances Mangosing
Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin on Monday denied a Philippine Daily Inquirer report that he was earning P1.7-million a month and was supposedly the second highest paid government official.
By Santiago R. Alcantara
A columnist and a contributor to the Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) were two of the big winners of De La Salle University’s Ninth Scholarum Awards held recently in Makati City.
By Christine Avendaño
, Jerome Aning
The Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) in partnership with the Philippine Red Cross will continue to accept donations for the victims of the recent flooding until Aug. 24.