The Daily Tribune
|Owner||The Tribune Publishing Company, Inc.|
|Headquarters||Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines|
On February 24, 2006, the Tribune was raided by police as part of the 2006 state of emergency in the Philippines. The police presence remained until the suspension of the SOE on March 4, 2006.
The paper continued to publish normally, making defiant statements throughout. The publisher claimed that some of her reporters were practicing self-censorship, but her own publishing decisions were unaffected. She received substantial publicity and her circulation expanded significantly during the crisis; however, she lost many advertisers who were intimidated by the unstable situation in the country.
Her paper is now said to face sedition charges. It is unclear whether they will be in any way effective against the newspaper.
- The Daily Tribune - official website
- Daily Tribune Article on lifting of state of emergency
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