Find Media and Broadcasting expertise in Singapore

The media within Singapore is regulated by the Sedition Act and the Newspapers and Printing Presses Act. Censorship has been applied in a number of cases – though this has often been practised by the media outlets themselves as a form of self-censorship. The state has a great interest in the media, and the two dominant players are both state owned.

Singapore Press Holdings has close links to the ruling party, which in turn has a virtual monopoly of the newspaper industry. MediaCorp, owned by a state investment agency, operates TV and radio stations. Major newspapers include The Straits Times, the Business Times, and Today. Major TV channels include Channel News Asia, Channels 5 and 8, Suria and Channel U. Notable radio stations include 938Live, the English-language Radio 91.3, and the Mandarin Radio 100.3.

Media and Broadcasting organisations in Singapore
Business Times
MediaCorp Press Pte Ltd.
Ministry of Arts & Information
Pacific Internet
Shin Min Daily News
Shin Min Daily News
Singapore Business
Singapore Film Commission
Singapore Film Commission
Singapore Press Holdings (SPH)
SPH Unionworks
StarHub
Straits Times and Sunday Times
Straits Times and Sunday Times
The New Paper
The New Paper
Weekendeast
Weekendeast