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  2. Today (Singapore newspaper) - Wikipedia

    TODAY is a Singapore English-language digital news provider under Mediacorp, Singapore 's largest media broadcaster and provider and the only terrestrial television broadcaster in the country. It was formerly a national free daily newspaper . At its inception, Mediacorp had a 60% stake in TODAY while, Singapore Press Holdings owned 40% of TODAY.

  3. List of newspapers in Singapore - Wikipedia

    Pravasi Express (bilingual paper, in Malayalam and English) Project Eyeball (folded on 1 January 2002, less than two years after its release) Singapore Herald (closed in 1971) Singapore Monitor. Singapore Tiger Standard or Singapore Standard (1950–1959) Streats (merged with Today on 1 January 2005) Weekend TODAY.

  4. Mass media in Singapore - Wikipedia

    Daily newspapers are published in English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil. There are restrictions on importing foreign newspapers to Singapore, especially for politically sensitive publications. Also, under a reciprocal agreement, Malaysia's New Straits Times newspaper may not be sold in Singapore, and Singapore's Straits Times may not be sold in ...

  5. Singapore Tiger Standard - Wikipedia

    The Singapore Standard more commonly known as Singapore Tiger Standard or Tiger Standard, was a Singapore newspaper that was published in English language. The newspaper was founded by millionaire Aw Boon Haw, who was famous for his Tiger Balm and Star Newspapers. Singapore Standard was the sister newspaper of Hongkong Tiger Standard (publishes ...

  6. Sin Chew Daily - Wikipedia

    Sin Chew Daily was founded on 15 January 1929, by Aw Boon Par (胡文豹) and Aw Boon Haw (胡文虎), founder of the Tiger Balm (虎標萬金油) in Singapore as part of the Star Amalgamated Newspaper formed by these two philanthropists. The newspaper was suspended between 1942 and 1945 during the Japanese occupation of Malaya.

  7. The Straits Times - Wikipedia

    The newspaper was established on 15 July 1845 as The Straits Times and Singapore Journal of Commerce. The print and digital editions of The Straits Times and The Sunday Times have a daily average circulation of 364,134 and 364,849 respectively in 2017, as audited by Audit Bureau of Circulations Singapore.

  8. Sin Chew Jit Poh (Singapore) - Wikipedia

    Sin Chew Jit Poh was a Singapore newspaper. It was founded by Aw Boon Haw in Singapore. In the 1960s, it started its Malaysian bureau in Petaling Jaya, with full function printing house. Malaysian edition started to become a separate sister newspaper since they have the full function from news report writing to printing.