Take a Look Inside Manila Bulletin’s Newsworthy Office
First incorporated in 1900, Manila Bulletin is 116 years old making it the oldest newspaper published in the country. The broadsheet has kept with the times, keeping Filipinos up to date and in the know.
With a century old company, some people have got to wonder what the MB office looks like. Is it a photo straight out of Noli Me Tangere? Surprisingly, no. The Manila Bulletin office is appropriately located in Intramuros, Manila. From the outside, it’s quite the unsuspecting building; stark but not extraordinary
That is, until you walk through the doors. Here’s an inside look into the newsworthy office space of Manila Bulletin.
They’re 116 years old but they’ve more than kept with the times.
No, they don’t have the boxy cubicles you were expecting.
And yes, they’ve incorporated newspapers into almost all of the decor
They make you want the corner office all over again.
You can burn the calories right after. #inhousegym
Of course, they have a reading room.
Seriously, though, it looks like a cafe where all the cool kids flock to.
Manila Bulletin is OG—rocking the office scene since 1900.
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