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Mediacorp New Frequency Update 2022

Mediacorp New Frequency Update 2022

Mediacorp Pte. Ltd. is a media conglomerate in Singapore. Owned by Temasek Holdings—the holding company of the Government of Singapore—it owns television, radio, and digital media properties in the country.

Mediacorp forms one half of the mass media duopoly in the country, alongside SPH Media Trust. Its logo is the geometric M with rainbow palette.2015–present: New headquarters, transition to digital

On 8 December 2015, Mediacorp officially opened a new headquarters at one-north’s Mediapolis development. The 12-storey complex was designed by DP Architects and Maki and Associates and features a “fenceless” design with four studios, a 1,500-seat “broadcast-ready” theatre, and an integrated multi-platform newsroom. The company expected to complete the migration from its previous Caldecott Hill facilities by July 2016. Alongside the new headquarters, Mediacorp also unveiled a new logo – the geometric M with rainbow palette, which was designed to reflect the broadcaster’s “vibrancy” and “multiplicity”, acting as an “a window to the world and a reflection of life”.

In April 2017, the weekend editions of its newspaper Today went digital and in September 2017, Today came fully digital and ceased print publication. In September 2018, magazines 8 Days and i-Weekly ceased print publications and went solely on their digital platforms.

At midnight on 2 January 2019, Mediacorp’s analogue television signals signed off, completing Singapore’s transition to digital terrestrial television.

On 1 May 2019, Okto was discontinued as a standalone channel, with its children’s programming becoming a daytime block on Channel 5 under the Okto on 5 branding. Okto’s sports programming was moved primarily to other Mediacorp outlets.

On 30 January 2020, Mediacorp rebranded its digital media platforms Toggle, MeRadio and MeClub as meWATCH, meLISTEN and meREWARDS respectively. The rebranding came as part of the broadcaster’s “Made for You” initiative to build multi-platform services “designed around consumers’ preferences and consumption habits”.
Terrestrial stations

Mediacorp operates six, commercially-supported terrestrial channels in Singapore, which broadcast in the four official languages of the country (Singapore English, Mandarin Chinese, Malay, and Tamil). The company holds a monopoly on terrestrial television within the country.

Channel Frequency Multiplex
33 570MHz MUX3

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