Media List Singapore

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NewsPapers Media List

In Singapore, Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) is the main newspaper publisher. SPH publishes ~18 newspaper titles in four languages.

Some of the more prominent newspaper in circulation in Singapore are : Berita Harian , Berita Minggu (Sundays only) , zbCOMMA (早报逗号) , Lianhe Wanbao (联合晚报) , Lianhe Zaobao (联合早报) , My Paper (我报) , Shin Min Daily News (新明日报), Tamil Murasu (தமிழ் முரசு) , tabla! , Business Times , The New Paper , The Straits Times , Thumbs Up (大拇指) , Today and Pravasi Express.

SPH regularly updates the contact details of their editorial staff here. They should be included in any general media list.


Radio Media List

There are three radio broadcasters in Singapore, namely Mediacorp Radio, SPH Radio and SAFRA Radio. There are 19 radio stations in Singapore.

MediaCorp Radio owns and operates 13 radio stations in Singapore which broadcast in four different languages over the airwaves. It also operates XFM 96.3 which broadcasts in 5 different languages (namely Japanese, French, German, Korean and Hindi) to the expatriate communities. The 13 radio stations are: 938LIVE, 987FM, CLASS 95FM, GOLD 90.5FM, LUSH 99.5FM, SYMPHONY 92.4FM, CAPITAL 95.8FM, LOVE 97.2FM, Y.E.S. 93.3FM, RIA 89.7FM, WARNA 94.2FM, OLI 96.8FM, EXPAT RADIO 96.3XFM. Radio is typically good for a media list reaching out to car drivers.


Television Media List

MediaCorp is Singapore’s largest terrestrial broadcaster. It owns and manages the entertainment channels, Channel 5, Channel 8 and Channel U as well as the Malay entertainment and information channel, Suria. It also owns and manages okto and Vasantham. They should be included in any general media list.

Foreign Media Media List

There are several foreign news organizations in Singapore. CNBC Asia, Reuters, and Dow Jones Group all have their regional HQs located here. The Americans, Germans and Japanese form the largest group of foreign correspondents in Singapore.

Publications like Newsweek, WSJA, The Economist, INYT, and TIME print and distribute their Asian editions through Singapore.