Events and activities that empowers women are close to the heart of the Pinay Media Planner team. In an intimate lunch at Society Lounge, Makati City, Meg Magazine and its parent company, One Mega Group Inc. celebrated the return of its biggest digital media campaign – Meg Top Choice, stellar themed for this year’s edition. […]
Spotted at the DOOH.3 Forum! The Out-of-Home Media Division reps of Summit Media, Eira Hassim, Iza Arcilla, Pearl de la Cruz and Fel Tong. — See the rest of the DOOH.3 photos here.
Elle Decoration, the French luxury home decor magazine, has found its 26th home in the Philippines. Summit Magazine with Elle Decoration International, launched Elle Decoration Philippines in a night of pomp at Metropolitan Museum in the City of Manila. The event was attended by artists, designers and interior design enthusiast who shared the same passion […]
Gala Magazine rocked the Thursday night with Express Yourself, a rock party launch of their September Magazine Issue featuring a dashing Solenn Heusaff as the magazine covergirl. B-Side at The Collective in the western edge of Makati City was swamped with party goers as the event focused on the ancient but often misunderstood art form […]
A hot, hot, hot Friday morning to you, Pinay Media Planner! It’s that time of the year again, one of the most-awaited for bachelorettes (and probably, secretly, possibly with the permission of the hubby, as long as it’s on a “just-look-but-don’t-touch-policy,” for happily-hitched Pinay Media Planners, too) across the Philippines, media planner and regular working […]
If you caught our opinion article yesterday about how print is still, definitely, relevant and here to stay, this is because it was only last week when the United Print Media Group (UPMG) 2nd Print Media Congress was held at the Manila Hotel Tent City. With the theme “Print Connects,” authoritative, credible and relevant talks […]
“The print media have importance in social development and nation-building. I commend you for choosing to use the pen, which is a more difficult task.” –Mayor Alfredo Lim It was English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton who first wrote that “The pen is mightier than the sword.” True enough, print media has been the force that has […]
Have every wondered which places to go to in your spare time? Travel magazines proliferate the Philippine market with sprinkles of photos, articles and travel tips due to a growing generation of young professionals with money and time to spare. We caught on the latest issue of Travelife Magazine, a publication under Tridem Asia Publishing, Inc. […]
Magazine publications in the Philippines are multiplying in an exponential rate and a visit to National Bookstore, Fully Booked or Powerbooks would confirm that fact. Among the multitude, there are few that are notable especially those that have captured niche markets. With diverse concepts, it is noticeable that there is no magazine dedicated solely to […]
Weather forecasts in the Philippines are vital pieces of information that prepares the public and vital agencies for bad days. In the advertising industry, media forecasts serves a similar purpose. The latest forecast from the UK-based firm Carat paints a grim future for newspaper advertising as digital media advertising is set to outspend it by […]
The 27th of July was a freaky Friday of sorts when two established media stalwarts, ABS-CBN’s TV Patrol and BusinessWorld held their 25th anniversary celebrations. For both events, the keynote speaker would be President Noynoy Aquino. President PNoy came to BusinessWorld’s event first and gave his speech. Smiles of the enthusiastic well-wishers of BW suddenly […]
BusinessWorld is set to celebrate their 25th Founding Anniversary this Friday, July 27, 2012, in an invitation-only formal function at Marriott Hotel, Pasay City. In light of this milestone, BusinessWorld has also published its BusinessWorld Anniversary Report on Economic Forum this week, just this Monday, the 23rd of July. The BusinessWorld Anniversary Report focused on […]
Just when you thought you’ve seen everything there is to see in print media, the Asian Dragon raises the bar higher.
Inquirer CEO and president Sandy Prieto-Romualdez (center) and her co-awardees of the Asian Institute of Management Alumni Achievement Award (from left) Milon Bikash Paul of Bangladesh, Albay Gov. Jose Clemente Salceda, Shih-Choib of Taiwan and Ravi Prasad of India during rites held recently at the AIM. The Triple A award is the highest recognition given […]