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Manila Bulletin in 3D!

by on Nov 21st, 2010

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When was the last time you held a newspaper and actually read it? I can’t remember! Nowadays, if I want to know what’s new, I’d check out the internet. So what chance does the newspaper business have in this age and time? Well, Manila Bulletin just came up with a plan that might just put them back on track… a 3D Newspaper!

I’m pretty sure all if not most of you have seen 3D movies. Almost all the movies coming out now already have a 3D version! So who says the newspapers can’t join the bandwagon?


You Have Never Seen Us Like This Before

On September 24, 2010 the country woke up and got a dose of good news accompanied by photos in vivid, three-dimensional colors, the first 3D newspaper in the Philippines. Along with the historical newspaper came 3D glasses which allowed readers to see their favorite newspaper with a new set of eyes.

From that day on the Manila Bulletin, the nation’s leading newspaper, has fully embraced the advancing media technology; setting the bar in meeting the needs of the future generation.

Take the Manila Bulletin Wherever You Go

Following up its ground-breaking foray into 3D the Manila Bulletin introduces an iPad application that allows readers to access the newspaper using their favorite Apple gadget. Also, anyone with an internet connection can access the e-paper at

The First in the Philippines

Being the first to go 3D and rolling out an iPad application, the Manila Bulletin truly is a pioneering newspaper which has the courage and foresight to try new things for its readers.

The Manila Bulletin is looking forward to reinventing itself in view of the changing demands of present and emerging readers. But it never forgets the strength of its heritage of accurate, truthful, unbiased, and timely news.

The Manila Bulletin, started in black in white in 1900 and went full color in mid-90s, has vowed to continue to innovate and adopt to the changing world of technology to serve the nation better to be truly the exponent of the Philippine progress.

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Download the iPad application here:

and TO ALL THOSE WHO ATTENDED THE LAUNCH PARTY, check out your pictures on my fanpage here:


Cheryl Villareal is a preschool teacher and the owner/ editor-in-chief of On weekdays, she could be found teaching her little tots while Sundays are her workout days. She easily enjoys simple things and loves experiencing new things! Her blog is simply a way for her to share these experiences with people. Besides her blog, she also contributes and writes various articles on Follow her on Twitter

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