26 Apr '11, 10am

Refund of radio and television licence fees completed

Refund of radio and television licence fees completed

SINGAPORE - The Media Development Authority has fully refunded the 2011 radio and television licence fees to those who have paid the fees in advance. $82 million worth of refunds were mailed out in cheques to households and non-residential TV licensees such as hotels, offices, food and beverage and retail outlets that have TV sets. The 1.1 million cheques were made out in the licensee’s name registered with MDA. Vehicle owners and dealers engaged in the import or sale of broadcasting apparatus also had cheques mailed to them. Licensees who paid both their 2011 TV licence and vehicle radio licence fees had their refund amounts consolidated into one cheque for convenience. So far, 70 per cent of licensees have already encashed their cheques. Those who have not done so have to deposit their cheques within six months of the cheque issuance date. Licensees who have not received...

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