Broadsheets in the Philippines are mostly published in the English language. Their readership consist mainly of the middle and upper classes and cost between fifteen to twenty five pesos (US$0.27 - US$0.45) per issue. Sunday issues usually has more pages and cost slightly higher that the regular issues.
- Business World
The country's leading business newspaper represents three decades of professional economic journalism. Despite change, Business World's success over the years has constantly been anchored on a firm belief that a newspaper is a public trust.
Meaning "free" in the Pilipino language, it was founded in 1981 as a Tagalog newspaper by Jose Burgos Jr. Malaya shifted to English when its sister publication, We Forum, was closed down by the Marcos government in 1983 after it came out with a story exposing the fake medals of the former strongman.
- Manila Bulletin
The nation's leading newspaper.
- Manila Standard Today
A nationally circulated newspaper published daily in the Philippines since February 1987. Stories are succinct, readable and written in a lively style that has become a hallmark of the newspaper.
- Philippine Daily Inquirer
Undeniably the countryís most widely read and circulated newspaper. With over 2.7 million nationwide readers daily, it enjoys a market share of over 50% and tops the readership surveys.
- The Daily Tribune
With the slogan "Without fear or favor", The Daily Tribune began operating and came out with its maiden issue in February 1, 2000.
- The Manila Times
The oldest running newspaper in the Philippines with 106 years in a nationís rich history. The Manila Times first hit the streets on October 11, 1898.
- The Philippine Star
Founded on July 28, 1986 by veteran journalists Max Soliven, Betty Go-Belmonte and Art Borjal, The Philippine Star has lived up to its mission of informing and inspiring the Filipino people by upholding truth and fairness at all times.