21 Jun '11, 10pm

Soon, you will be able to watch your favourite MediaCorp programs at home and abroad - over the Internet

SINGAPORE - Television viewers in Singapore and overseas will be able to freely watch MediaCorp's seven Free-To-Air channels over the Internet within the next year. Announcing this yesterday, Information, Communications and the Arts Minister Yaacob Ibrahim said that the initiative will be a good way for overseas Singaporeans to keep abreast of events at home and be entertained by other programmes that MediaCorp has rights to. MediaCorp will announce details of this service nearer the date of its implementation. The media group will also launch an interactive service in the second half of this year called "Over-the-Top", or OTT. This new service will offer free and premium content over broadband and will be available on different platforms such as TVs, PCs, tablet devices and mobile phones. Dr Yaacob was speaking at the opening of the annual Infocomm Media Business Exchange...

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