SPH Media Works

SPH Media Works

SPH MediaWorks Ltd (Chinese: 报业传讯; pinyin: bào yè chuán xùn) was an ephemeral free-to-air terrestrial television broadcaster in Singapore. In 6 May 2001, SPH MediaWorks brought 2 alternative free-to-air terrestrial television channels to the audience in Singapore, operating SPH MediaWorks Channel U and SPH MediaWorks Channel i.

A subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) through SPH Multimedia Ltd, SPH MediaWorks was originally set up to create variety and healthy competition with MediaCorp TV Singapore Pte Ltd (MediaCorp TV), MediaCorp TV12 Singapore Pte Ltd (MediaCorp TV12), and MediaCorp News Pte Ltd (MediaCorp News).

SPH MediaWorks was widely praised for injecting more variety in local programming and for its creative innovations.

On 1 January 2005, SPH MediaWorks had its tearful closing ceremony, dissolving and disestablishing off the air and concluded with a closedown sign-off, in the early morning of final ceased transmission and died to exist upon the merging of operations with MediaCorp Television Broadcasting Arm (MediaCorp TV, MediaCorp TV12, and MediaCorp News), MediaCorp Studios Pte Ltd (MediaCorp Studios), and MediaCorp EagleVision Pte Ltd (MediaCorp EagleVision).

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