|Owner||Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation|
|Partnership||The Journal Group of Publications|
Philippine Daily Inquirer
The Philippine Star
|Editor-in-chief||Freddie M. Garcia|
|Headquarters||Broadcast City, Capitol Hills,|
Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Pinoy Trese is the official Philippines largest newspaper publisher and a wholly owned subsidiary of Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation in partnership The Journal Group of Publications. It is located at Broadcast City, Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City. It was relaunched in August 2011. It is the largest newspaper distributor in the country, covering 500 cities and municipalities throughout the Philippines. Pinoy Trese is the Filipino newspaper publisher to have significant overseas sales
Pinoy Trese: The Filipino’s Global Newspaper, is a newspaper and maazine about Filipino, society, government, entertainment and community that seeks to deliver major reading to the greater number of Filipinos worldwide and has ventured by IBC in partnership with The Journal Group of Publications such as Manila Bulletin, Manila Standard, Philippine Daily Inquirer and The Philippine Star.
Pinoy Trese strives to present relevant issues and entertainment in a unique and unusual perspective, good news as Pinoy Trese sees it, one-of-a-kind opinions about public affairs, as well as exciting features, entertainment news, sports and fun page establishes a newspaper. Pinoy Trese is one of the leading weekly newspapers and magazines circulating in the Philippines and in the Filipino communities abroad, able to bridge the distance between Filipinos around the globe. In fact, Pinoy Trese is also considered the newspaper for the OFW family amazed about the price, decides to open their own newspaper business.
Pinoy Trese also brings IBC News and Current Affairs to all its readers as preached by international revolutionary in IBC chairman, Eric Canoy. What Pinoy Trese is a scandal sheet that would record, promote and vivify the immoral, the ugly and degrading. We are an adverse reaction to the surfeit of immorality in all levels of Philippine society and we strive to unravel the truth and achieve for our people the freedom from want, ignorance and hatred. The same day, president and CEO Boots Anson-Roa finds out that Eric Canoy will put them on more jobs: being lead reporter for Pinoy Trese. Pinoy Trese was in its prime time by writing news in the papers and charging 30 pesos per word. Anson-Roa made the papers and reported on news, while news reporter and photographer Ron Cruz admired the the cash he was making because of the Pinoy Trese.
- Eric Canoy - IBC Chairman
- Boots Anson-Roa - IBC President and CEO/editor-in-chief
- Ron Cruz - reporter/photographer
- Maria Ressa - News Head
- Jeffrey Zaide - newsagent