Type of site
Online news website
LaunchedNovember 2014; 9 years ago (2014-11)
Current statusOnline

Politiko is a Filipino news website covering Philippine politics. Politiko was established in 2014 and managed by MCD Multimedia Corporation (as mentioned in the disclaimer of their website) and Prage Management Corporation who also controls the operation of the tabloid newspaper Abante as well as sibling websites, Bilyonaryo.com, Abogado and NewsKo.[1][2]

In 2016, Politiko became one of the top media sites in the Philippines just after its first 2 years online marking its presence among social media users.[3]


Politiko started its operation and presence in the social media in August 2014 with its Facebook page created on June 25, 2014.[4] It first focused on current political events within Metro Manila, then Politiko expanded its scope region wide adding Central Luzon, North Luzon, Mindanao, Bicol/MIMAROPA and Visayas.

Prage Management Corporation

A start-up led by seasoned journalists, former Presidential Communications Operations Office Undersecretary Rey Marfil, and former senior reporter of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Gil Cabacungan Jr along with group investors. The company assumed control over Abante from Monica Publishing Corporation. The company also manages Abante’s sister tabloid, Abante Tonite and its online news website Abante: TNT. They are involved in operating Radyo Tabloidista, an online radio station and Teletabloidista, along with an entertainment publication named Celebrity Radar. Additionally, the company operate sibling websites such as Bilyonaryo, Politiko, Fastbreak, Abogado.[2]

Book launching

Politiko released a political almanac called Politiko 365 in 2017 which were attended by influential politicians including former Philippine President Benigno Aquino III.[5] The second edition[6] of the book was also published in 2018.


  1. ^ "POLITIKO - Navigating the Pulse of Philippine Politics". politiko.com.ph. Retrieved January 19, 2024.
  2. ^ a b "Prage Management Corporation – Prage Management Corporation". pragemanagement.com. Retrieved January 19, 2024.
  3. ^ "Top media Sites in the Philippines". politics.com.ph.
  4. ^ "Facebook". www.facebook.com. Retrieved January 19, 2024.
  5. ^ Dizon, Nikko. "Aquino says all propaganda against him now being revived".
  6. ^ "Miro Quimbo: Politiko is bible of Philippine politics". politics.com.ph.