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The Mindanao Examiner offers advertorial publications both in print and in our website which can be accessed on this URL:  and the newspaper circulate in Cotabato City, Davao City, Zamboanga Peninsula, Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.

Our weekly circulation varies from 10,000 to 30,000 copies. The Mindanao Examiner (journal type) is the only multi-lingual (English, Pilipino, and other dialects such as Visayan and Chavacano) newspaper and the fastest growing community newspaper in the southern Philippines. It carries in-depth reporting, straight news, and human interest and news features, among others.

We also have our own cable channel in Pagadian City. Mindanao Examiner Television is broadcast 24/7 on Channel 63 on Kismet Cable and Pagadian Cable Television in Zamboanga del Sur. The Mindanao Examiner Television targets viewers and audiences on both Kismet Cable and Pagadian City Cable Television which are currently subscribed by about 10,000 single-line and multi-line accounts. It caters to commercial, corporate, political and advocacy videos.

Our television channels offer a wide variety of in-house films and documentaries, news and commentaries, and talk shows, including musical and animation; commercial, corporate and political, and advocacy videos. Block time program is also being offered in all Mindanao Examiner Television.

The and its mirror site news portal of the Mindanao Examiner Newspaper and Television contains daily news, photos and features, including business news and commentaries; and our television talk shows (Mindanao Examiner Tele-Radyo) and in-house films and commercial, corporate and advocacy videos.

It has its own streaming television and broadcasts live talk shows daily before its airing on Mindanao Examiner Television channels in Zamboanga and Pagadian City. The website generates as high as 8 million hits in a month and is popular among Philippine and Foreign governments because of its news-breaking and exclusive and in-depth contents. Local and foreign media also use its news contents. And so are Yahoo News and Google News, among other news sites.

Google and Yahoo and Microsoft Bing link our news contents in world-wide search engines. Almost 80% of our Internet traffic comes from links from those search engines.

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