The Singapore Press Holdings vending machines are now available at three FoodLoft outlets to make it easier for readers to purchase newspapers from the company.

What Is The Main Newspaper In Singapore?

Newspaper

Language

Average daily circulation (2016)

The New Paper

English

113,300

The Straits Times

English

393,300 (print + digital)

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Chinese

21,200

Today

English

How Many Newspapers Are There In Singapore?

Currently, Singapore has 16 newspapers in active circulation, of which three are free to read. Additionally, some of these publications sell supplementary tabloids, such as Digital Life, Mind Your Body, and Urban, which are distributed by The Straits Times in conjunction with the main spreadsheet.

Is Sph Owned By Government?

Ownership. That’s what it’s all about. The Newspaper and Printing Presses Act (NPPA) of 1974 governs all newspaper companies in Singapore, and SPH issues both management and ordinary shares as well. Singapore’s government and SPH’s directors have close ties.

How Can I Read Straits Times For Free?

You can access eNewspapers and eMagazines by tapping the “eNewspapers & eMagazines” icon on your NLB Mobile app. PressReader is an app that you will need to download if you do not have it. PressReader is available for free for one hour when you launch NLB Mobile.

What Time Does Newspaper Get Delivered Singapore?

We will deliver newspapers by 7 a.m. We are usually up at 30am, unless there is an exceptional circumstance such as a late breaking news story. The delivery was not made before 7 a.m. There will be a void of 30am.

Who Controls The Media In Singapore?

Mediacorp, a state-owned company, owns and operates all six free-to-air terrestrial television channels in Singapore, as well as 11 radio stations. All radio and television stations are owned by the government.

Who Owns The New Paper?

Front page cover, 31 March 2011

Owner(s)

Singapore Press Holdings

Editor

Lim Han Ming

Founded

26 July 1988

Language

English

What Happened To The New Paper?

From 10 December 2021, The New Paper will cease to print and go completely digital.

Who Owns Today Singapore?

Type

National free daily newspaper (2000 to 2017) National online newspaper (from 2017)

Owner(s)

Mediacorp

Publisher

Mediacorp Press Ltd

Editor

Walter Fernandez