Dated: 27 April 2011
Post Nomination Day, the Media Development Authority (MDA) is making available details of the Party Political Broadcast that will be aired on Thursday, 28 April 2011.
In all, a total of seven political parties will make their broadcast over free-to-air radio and television platforms.
These broadcast platforms are made available in all four languages to each political party.
The details of the broadcast are as follows:
|Broadcast Date||Political Party||1AIR-TIME (per language)|
|28 April 2011||1. Singapore Democratic
Alliance (in English only)
|2. Singapore People’s Party
(in English, Mandarin and
|3. Reform Party (in English,
Mandarin and Malay)
|4. Singapore Democratic
Party (in all 4 languages)
|5. Worker’s Party (in all 4
|6. National Solidarity Party
(in all 4 languages)
|7. People’s Action Party (in
all 4 languages)
Below is the Schedule of Party Political Broadcast on 28 April 2011:
|Broadcast Date||Language||Time||News Platform|
|28 April 2011||English||10pm
|Channel 5, 938Live,
|Channel 8, Capital 95.8FM,
MDA will release the Party Political Broadcast scripts to the media tomorrow.
1Eligibility for these Broadcasts is determined by the number of candidates fielded by a recognised political party under a recognised party symbol. Independents, and a political party fielding less than 6 candidates under the same recognised party symbol will not be eligible for party political broadcasts on radio or on television.
About the Media Development Authority of Singapore
The Media Development Authority of Singapore (www.mda.gov.sg) promotes the development of vibrant and competitive film, television, radio, publishing, music, games, animation and interactive digital media industries in Singapore. It has developed an industry masterplan, Singapore Media Fusion 2015 (www.smf.sg) to advance this goal. MDA also promotes a connected society, consumer choice and a pro-business environment