Pinas (Philippine newspaper)

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TypeWeekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Sonshine Media Network International
Editor-in-chiefCatherina C. Fournier
EditorManny de la Cruz
Cecilia Perla V. Calzo
Ethel B. Genuino
Segundina Bautista
FoundedMay 15, 2005
Political alignmentReligious
Language Filipino
Headquarters Makati City, Philippines
ISSN 1656-801X

Pinas is a published weekly by the Sonshine Media Network International located at 3rd floor, ACQ Tower Building, Sta. Rita Street, EDSA, Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City.

Sonshine Media Network International Philippine television network

Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI) is the broadcasting arm of a Philippine television evangelist, Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy. Based in Davao City and Makati City, it is available via terrestrial broadcast in the Philippines, and on cable, satellite, and online streaming worldwide. The network now owns and operates two television channels, where the main flagship channel maintains 24-hour service through regular repetition of a dozen self-produced Kingdom Programs in English, Tagalog and sometimes dozens of foreign languages, along with news, public affairs and sports programs; while the network's sister channel SMNI News Channel primarily provides 24-hour rolling news coverage and public affairs programs, which broadcasts exclusively in Digital TV format in Metro Manila. It also maintains a network of radio stations under the "Sonshine Radio" brand of the Swara Sug Media Corporation. The main studios are located at JC Compound, Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Sasa, Davao City and ACQ Tower, Sta. Rita Street, Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City.

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It has been reformatted by Tagalog version of the Pinas newspaper since March 2006.

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