About Singapore Media Fusion
Let Singapore Media Fusion (SMF) be your guide to the richness and diversity of Singapore media companies and what they have to offer.
SMF - a positioning strategy geared towards promoting the achievements of Singapore media companies and talents-boosts the local media community by nurturing and training local talent; conducting targeted marketing campaigns; facilitating partnerships and tie-ups; and initiating support schemes.
SMF also helps local companies and professionals take flight at international events and festivals around the globe by organising delegations and setting up dedicated Singapore Pavilions.
Encapsulated by its four key thrusts-Bold. Surprising. Optimistic. Supportive-SMF presents a unified front for Singapore companies in the international marketplace and projects a unique voice for the Singapore media community.
Singapore is envisaged as a Global Media City, Asia's leading media marketplace and financing hub -one where quality content is produced and digital media is developed. In this Asian media utopia, media services and projects are created, developed, traded and distributed to the international market.
Singapore Media Fusion Plan
In response to global trends towards digitisation and a rising interest in Asia, MDA is updating its Media 21 blueprint which mapped out the path towards the transformation of Singapore into a Global Media City.
This updated strategy -Singapore Media Fusion Plan (SMFP) -envisions Singapore as a Trusted Global Capital for New Asia Media.
For more information on Singapore Media Fusion Plan
Singapore Media Scene
Singapore's media scene has never been more exciting. Experience the vibrancy of Singapore's media industry and see the breadth of value we can offer to the world!
The Media Development Authority of Singapore is a government agency tasked with advancing Singapore’s media industries and promoting Singapore as a vibrant global media city:
The Interactive Digital Media R&D Programme Office (IDMPO) is a multi-agency initiative hosted within MDA. It is responsible for boosting and supporting R&D efforts in innovative and new media technologies. Its schemes are targeted at four main groups: start-ups, Institutes of Higher Learning, industry, and schools. The iJAM – IDM Jump-start And Mentor – initiative in particular supports individuals and start-ups with breakthrough ideas:
The Singapore Film Commission supports and develops the burgeoning film industry in Singapore. Spearheaded by 10 members from the private and public sectors, the SFC works in three key areas: Funding; Facilitation & Promotion; and Education & Training:
ASEAN Media Portal
Hosting new and archived multimedia clips on news, documentaries, heritage and tourism information of its 10 member countries, the ASEAN Media Portal provides a window to the rich and diverse cultures of the region. Content on the Portal is coordinated by MDA, with support from other local government agencies: