Welcome To The Mindanao Daily Mirror!
News, whether it be bad or good can occur anytime, right? Wherever you are, you must be updated about the things that are happening around you. One way to keep you updated is by reading a newspaper. By this, you'll be able to see reports of various things that happened yesterday, update national issues and good news that might have happened anywhere in the country. If you will ask what trusted broadsheet that you can purchase if you're in Mindanao, then choose the Mindanao Daily Mirror.
Daily Mirror was established since 1950 with editorial and business office which is placed at 270 Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, Davao City. Our newspaper was granted with many awards like Davao's number 1 newspaper by PPI survey, 2-time “Best Edited Newspaper Nationwide,” and 3-time UNICEF's “Child-friendly Newspaper of the Year.” With the firm's effort of coming up with the freshest issues all over Mindanao, the newspaper earned credibility in the sight of many broadsheet readers.
Daily Mirror offers news like national and world news, weather, sports, business, entertainment, travel coverage, and even news in lifestyle such as fashion and new establishments. The firm is always updated because the researchers and resources are trusted, and hardworking in the field of communication. These people were trained well to scoop the detailed and true reports in order to provide the people a trusted source.
The company was established as the pioneering local daily newspaper in the city while maintaining its uncompromising principles. Mindanao Daily Mirror still follows its principles such as providing a great work environment and treating each other with respect and dignity. The publication firm also applies the highest standards of excellence to the publication of advertisements and delivery of credible news to the community. With all of these principles, the Daily Mirror ensures everyone that they will get the detailed and accurate news in town.
For other information about the company, you may visit Mindanao Daily Mirror's mains website or other third party websites that provide information about this.