United News

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United News
United News front page on July 1, 2016.jpg
The front page of the United News on July 1, 2016
TypeDaily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s)United Daily Press, Inc.
Editor-in-chiefMike G. Jamisola
Founded2015
Language English
Headquarters Binondo, Manila, Philippines
Website www.unitednews.net.ph/en/

The United News, formerly the United Daily Press, is a national broadsheet newspaper published in Manila, the Philippines. Published by United Daily Press, Inc., the newspaper is the English-language edition of the United Daily News , the Philippines' second-largest Chinese-language newspaper. [1]

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Editorial team

The editorial team includes Mike G. Jamisola as Editor-in-Chief,Jude Torres as Managing Editor and Delfin Sd. Perez as business section editor. Columnists include Alice H. Reyes, Angie Corro and Atty. Romulo Lumauig.

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References

  1. "Philippines". Press Reference. Advameg, Inc. Retrieved June 20, 2016.