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Dr. Cris J. Icban Jr.

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Phone: (632) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: i***@***.ph
Manila Bulletin
P.O Box 769 Manila Bulletin Buiding

Intramuros Manila, 0900

Company Description: Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation (Manila Bulletin) is a Philippines-based newspaper company. The Company is engaged in the publication of Manila Bulletin,...   more

Employment History

  • Contributor
    Manila Bulletin
  • Editor In Chief
    Manila Bulletin
  • Editor-in-Chief
    The Bulletin
  • Editor-In-Chief
  • Professorial Lecturer In Journalism and English
  • General Assistant In the Editorial Department
    The Manila Times
  • Editor-In-Chief
    Philippine Collegian


  • Tarlac Central Elementary School
  • bachelor of arts , English
    University of the Philippines - Diliman
  • Doctor of Philosophy Degree , Management
  • bachelor's degree , English
    University of the Philippines
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Malacañang Press Corps (MPC) President ..., 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
Malacañang Press Corps (MPC) President Paolo Romero and Press Secretary Cris Icban Jr. met the protesters at the Mendiola Bridge to give their support to the families of the victims of the massacre.
Press Secretary Cris Icban Jr. also joined the rally to show his sympathy with the victims' kin. "Naniniwala ako na magkakaroon din ng hustisya sa inyong mga pamilya, inyong mga kamag-anak at sa mga namatay na kaibigan, at anak po natin at kapatid po natin at tatay natin. Huwag kayong mawalan ng pag-asa. (I believe that justice will be served to your families, your relatives, friends, children, siblings and our fathers. Don't lose hope)", he said in the program. Icban served as editor in chief of the Manila Bulletin, where Alejandro "Bong" Reblando, one of the journalists slain last Nov. 23, had worked.
Dr. Cris J. Icban, Jr., ..., 2 April 2008 [cached]
Dr. Cris J. Icban, Jr., Editor-in-Chief
Crispulo J. Icban Jr., (AB ..., 23 June 2008 [cached]
Crispulo J. Icban Jr., (AB English, 1954)
(Icban went on to join the Manila Times right after graduation in 1954.He went to the United States on a Fulbright and SmithMundt grants in 1957, graduating with a Master of Arts in journalism in 1958.He returned to the US as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 1965-66.He worked his way up to news editor of the Manila Times, until it was closed down by martial law in 1972.Two years later, he joined the Manila Bulletin where he is now the editor-in-chief.)
Ramos Peace and Development Foundation Inc. :: News :: Display, 10 Feb 2010 [cached]
FVR has been regularly writing a Sunday column for the Manila Bulletin since 08 May 2005 (and according to Bulletin's Editor-in-Chief Cris Icban, Jr., has never missed a deadline). The first 3 volumes entitled : "Raising the National Spirit"; "Empowering the People" and "Unity, Solidarity and Teamwork" have likewise been published jointly by RPDEV and Manila Bulletin over the past three years.
Crispulo Icban Jr., editor ..., 22 Jan 2010 [cached]
Crispulo Icban Jr., editor in chief of the Manila Bulletin, will replace the late Press Secretary Cerge M. Remonde in an acting capacity.
Icban is the ninth press secretary under Arroyo. His predecessors were the late Noel Cabrera (whom he inherited from President Estrada), Rigoberto Tiglao, Silvestre Afable, Ignacio Bunye (who served twice), Hernani Braganza, Milton Alingod, Jesus Dureza, and Remonde.
Born in Tondo, Manila, on Aug. 3, 1935, Icban graduated from the University of the Philippines (UP)-Diliman with a bachelor of arts in English, magna cum laude, in 1954. In his senior year at UP, he served as editor-in-chief of the Philippine Collegian, the university students paper.
Upon graduation, he joined the Manila Times as general assistant in the editorial department, later as reporter covering the Department of Foreign Affairs, and then as editorial writer. He was subsequently appointed news editor, a position he held until 1972, when the paper was closed down upon declaration of martial law.
In 1957-58, he took a leave of absence from the Manila Times, to work for his master's degree in journalism, under Fulbright and Smith Mundt Grant, at SyracuseUniversity in New York.
In 1974, Icban joined the Manila Bulletin, as consultant to the publisher and later as news editor. He became editor-in-chief on Nov. 25, 2003.
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