THE Mindanao Daily NORTHMIN, Mindanao Daily CARAGA, mindanao daily westmin and Mindanao Daily DAVAO newspapers are published daily by MINDANAO DAILY NEWS at Door 2, Tanleh Building, Abellanosa Street, Barangay Consolacion, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, the Philippines. It is registered with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Region 10 with Certificate No. 01791042, and with Business Permit No. BP-02275 Under Business License Certificate No. 2014-00525, TIN No. 304-463-017-000, Tel. Nos: (088) 856-3344, (08822)72-33-44, 0917-7121424, 0947-8935776
The domain www.mindanaodailynews.com is owned by Mindanao Daily News Online, a regional newspaper published daily in Cagayan de Oro City and circulated in major cities and provinces in Mindanao, the Philippines, including the World Wide Web (WWW) via http://www.mindanaodailynews.com. It is the local paper’s electronic media edition.
It cannot be denied that in this generation, information dissemination has become one of the sources of development of the country especially in the economic aspect where businessmen, in particular and the people, in general must be aware of what is happening around them.
The mission for whom the Mindanao Daily News (MDN) has started to take off two years ago has contributed to the developmental effort of all sectors of society in the five regions of Mindanao.
As it continues to give Accurate, Reliable and Timely (ART) information, the 13 men and women of the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) in Caraga Region are one with MDN’s mission to inform the public because the agency believed that unity can be achieved through a well-informed and enlightened citizenry.
To the management, staff and personnel of Mindanao Daily News, our warmest congratulations to your second year anniversary!
THE men and women behind the fastest-growing regional newspaper, The Mindanao Daily News (MDN), celebrated the paper’s third anniversary on Saturday (May 17, 2014) held at the BWM Training Center at Vega-Abellanosa Streets in Cagayan de Oro City.
“No one is expecting that we can go this far,” said BusinessWeek Group of Newspapers Founder Mr. Dante Sudaria. “I owe this success to our friends, supporters, readers, and advertisers.”
“When I started the BusinessWeek Mindanao (BWM), many are saying the paper will not even last in six months. The predictions are the same when Mindanao Daily News started to brave the streets of Cagayan de Oro City on May 18, 2012,” added Mr. Sudaria.
Indeed, no one is expecting that out of BWM, another paper will be borne.
A few months after the BWM celebrated its first-year anniversary, Mr. Sudaria thought of coming out another paper that will also provide the readers the needed news and
information, opinion, and entertainment apart from the business news that the BWM provides.
In early 2011, another daily paper came out, but was in magazine form. It was named Mindanao Daily Balita or (MDB)—and is published in multi-lingual dialects; Cebuano, English, and Filipino.
From the magazine form, MDB has evolved into a tabloid-size newspaper.
The editorial board––with the permission of the publishers––then decided to change the nameplate of the paper from MDB to MDN or Mindanao Daily News on May 18, 2014–and expanded the MDN’s circulation from Cagayan de Oro to some parts of Mindanao.
Today, the Mindanao Daily News is circulating regional-wide. Copies of the paper are sent to Mindanao’s regional centers for distributions; Butuan City in Caraga region; Cagayan de Oro in Northern Mindanao (Northmin), Davao City in Davao region; and the cities of Pagadian and Zamboanga in Western Mindanao. The paper is also circulating in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Armm)—and in some parts of Southern Mindanao.
“The digital copies of Mindanao Daily News can also be accessed through our web portal http://www.businessweekmindanao.com and social networking service Facebook,” Mr. Sudaria said. “We see-to-it that after midnight, all the pages of the Mindanao Daily News are uploaded and readable online.”
“We cannot capture Mindanao readerships in a wink of an eye, we will do it slowly,” said Mr. Sudaria. “What is important is that we do our role as catalyst for change, provide the venue where the weak can freely express their opinion.”
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