With over 100 years of history, The Philippines Newspaper industry initially published on board American ships as they first entered Manila Bay in 1898. Publications were available in a variety of languages. In English, the top 3 are The Manila Bulletin (circulation of around 320,000), Philippines Star (222,900) and Philippines Inquirer (148,800). Similarly, in Filipino they are People's Tonight (320,900), Pilipino Ngayaon (272,000) and Taliba (226,800). The Internet is increasing its role in Philippine journalism as many print publications offer an online version of their products. Sun Star Cebu is the one of the leading epaper in Philippines.