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Global Media Registry, the online platform of national broadsheet The Daily Tribune, started in 1999. 

According to July 2016 data of analytics company Effective Measure, got slightly over 437,400 unique visitors for the month. 

The Tribune experienced harassment by government forces when the police raided its offices shortly after midnight on February 25, 2006. Policemen without warrant swooped down on the Tribune office in Manila, after then president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo put the country under a state of emergency.

In October that same year, then first gentleman Jose Miguel Arroyo also filed a libel suit against 43 journalists, including the paper’s editor-in-chief Ninez Cacho-Olivares.

The Olivares family owns half of the Tribune Publishing Company, with the 50 percent shares divided among Ninez and her children. The rest of the shares belong to Olica Development Corporation, whose certificate of registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission has been revoked, SEC documents show. Companies are considered “revoked” when they fail to submit General Information Sheets and Financial Statements for a number of years.

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437407 unique visitors

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free content

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upon request, ownership data is easily available from the company/channel

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Media Companies / Groups

Tribune Publishing Company, Inc.


Ownership Structure

Tribune Publishing is a owned by the Olivares family.

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Olica Development Corp.

Olica Development Corp. has a "revoked" company status, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Ninez Cacho-Olivarez

Affiliated Interests Ceo

Ninez Cacho-Olivarez is also the editor-in-chief of The Daily Tribune.


Ninez Cacho-Olivares

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Aside from being the paper's editor-in-chief, Ninez Cacho-Olivares also owns 25 percent of the Tribune Publishing Company.


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Founding year based on
Conversion rate on Dec. 31, 2015: P 46.85 .
Financial data as of 2008.
Data based on Audience share from Effective Measurement (2016).


Financial Statement of Tribune Publishing Company (available upon request at SEC) (2008), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

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