Find Media and Broadcasting expertise in Brunei Darussalam

The media of Brunei is monitored by the government. The private press exercises self-censorship on political and religious matters. The Sedition Act makes it an offence to challenge “the standing or prominence of the national philosophy, the Malay Muslim Monarchy concept”. The government has a close relationship with Singapore when it comes to media regulation and relevant business deals.

Borneo Bulletin (English-language) and Media Permata (Malay-language) are the major newspapers.  Radio Television Brunei (TV) broadcasts in Malay and English. Radio Television Brunei (radio) broadcasts in Malay, English and Gurkhali.

Media and Broadcasting organisations in Brunei Darussalam
Brunei Darussalam Newsletter
Brunei Darussalam Newsletter
Government Information Department
International Times
International Times
Media Permata
Media Permata
Miri Daily News
Pelita Brunei
Pelita Brunei
Radio Television Brunei
See Hua Daily News Bhd
See Hua Daily News Bhd
Sin Chew Daily
Sin Chew Daily
The Borneo Bulletin