StarStudio, ABS-CBN’s most loved and widely-circulated entertainment magazine, with a strong global reach via TFC community, is now online.
Kapamilyas’ favorite showbiz magazine for 17 years, with heartwarming celebrity stories and exclusive features of their private spaces and lifestyles, has gone all-out digital beginning September 3 via StarStudio.ph.
The website, via its daily and monthly story releases, features extensive expositions of celebrity stories, fun and engaging videos, exciting polls, and exclusive photos, with the trademark StarStudio brand of storytelling that fans have come to love.
The first cover story feature is the life journey of Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber, starting from their ordinary childhood, challenged and strengthened by pain and loss. The overwhelming response to the story reflects the fans’ deepened perspectives on their idols, beyond #MayWard’s career highlights and the kilig.
The maiden issue also features a home tour of Erik Santos’s house and a celebration of his 15 years in the music industry, Sam Milby’s story on how maturity has shaped his decisions in life, celebrity fitness ideas Kapamilyas could do at home, Nash Aguas’s new pursuit as a restaurateur, and the TNT Boys’ humble and trying lives before their unexpected rise to global fame.
StarStudio.ph is part of the fresh initiatives of ABS-CBN, which is rapidly transitioning into an agile digital company with the biggest online presence among Filipino media companies, and a growing list of digital properties.
Bridging Kapamilya fans around the world and the stars they follow—with in-depth, relatable, inspiring, and authentic stories—has never been better, with StarStudio.ph. For updates, follow StarStudio on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @StarStudioPH.
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