Staff Reporters
Jun 22, 2011

Singapore's MediaCorp to offer its channels online for free

SINGAPORE - National broadcaster MediaCorp is set to stream its seven free-to-air channels online free of charge. The move will take place over the next year.

Mediacorp's channels will go online
Mediacorp's channels will go online

"Within the next year, consumers in Singapore and overseas will be able to freely access Mediacorp’s seven free-to-air channels on the internet," said Singaporean Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts, Yaacob Ibrahim during his opening address at the Infocomm Business Exchange launch at Marina Bay Sands.

The minister added that the details of this service would be announced by MediaCorp nearer the date of its implementation.

 

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