Manila Chronicle
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)Manila Chronicle Publishing Corporation
Founded1945; 79 years ago (1945)
Political alignmentSocial Liberal
Ceased publication1998; 26 years ago (1998)
HeadquartersPasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

The Manila Chronicle was a newspaper in the Philippines founded in 1945. Its founding newspapermen sold it to Eugenio López, Sr. It was closed down when martial law was imposed by Ferdinand Marcos in 1972. It was published daily by the Manila Chronicle Publishing Corporation, with Rodrigo Apoderado as chief editor.[1] It was re-opened in 1986 but was closed down in 1998 after a labor dispute.[2]

See also


  1. ^ Manila Chronicle, The Living History of Philippine Media,
  2. ^ "Inelidible 'Chronicle'–Lopez Holdings". Retrieved February 21, 2018.