Philippine Entertainment Portal

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Philippine Entertainment Portal
Type Media company
Industry Entertainment, Media
HeadquartersQuezon City, Philippines
Parent Summit Media
Website PEP.ph

Philippine Entertainment Portal, Inc., is a venture of Summit Media. [1] operates Philippine-based entertainment websites Philippine Entertainment Portal [2] [3] and Sports Interactive Network. [4]

Philippine Entertainment Portal, or PEP.ph, serves as the digital counterpart of YES! magazine, published by Summit Media, which features local showbiz/entertainment related news, scoops, and stories. [5] Sports Interactive Network, or SPIN.ph, is the first sports-related website in the Philippines which features local and international sports newspapers. Summit Media both provides Multimedia platform and content.

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