Maligno Sentinel Ranked 514th Most Read News Publication in the Philippines

NMR’s media index also has the Sentinel at only 22 readers behind the Manghuhula Monthly (ranked 513th) and 57 readers behind Aling Trining’s Carinderia Loyalty List (ranked 512th).

(Manila) The Maligno Sentinel is not the most widely read news publication in the country according to the latest readership survey by media research giant Nelson Media Research (NMR).

The fake news outfit ranked 514th out of the 515 news publications included in the survey with a total of 11 regular readers.

The Sentinel ranked 514th with a total readership of 11. The Batungbakal Bulletin came in last with its 10 regular readers.

“This is a huge victory for us. We were worried that The Batungbakal Family Bulletin would beat us again this year but we came out on top.” The Maligno Sentinel Commander-and-Editor-in-Chief Tikbalang said.

The Maligno Sentinel narrowly edged out The Batungbakal Family Bulletin in the media index by a total of 1 reader after Teodoro Batungbakal II passed away earlier this year which saw subscriptions to the family-owned publication drop to 10 readers.

NMR’s media index also has the Sentinel at only 22 readers behind the Manghuhula Monthly (ranked 513th) and 57 readers behind Aling Trining’s Carinderia Loyalty List (ranked 512th).

Meanwhile The Batungbakal Family Bulletin conveyed its congratulations to the Sentinel but promised to bounce back in the next survey.

“Watch out Maligno Sentinel, we’re already teaching Teodoro Batungbakal IV how to read and he will be a happy subscriber soon.” Bulletin Editor-in-Chief Teodoro Batungbakal II told us over the phone.

Despite its achievement, the Sentinel is primed to go for even greater heights in the upcoming year with its aim of reaching 12 regular readers.

“We’ve already agreed we’re going for broke next year with our 2012 campaign: ’12 readers in 2012!'” Tikbalang said.

“But we would also like to thank our readers, all eleven of you, none of this could have been possible without you.”

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