Mon, 31 Oct 22 Talk

Archives Unlocked: Broadcasting in SG –Stories from TV Archives Since 1990s



   06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

   Free Admission

Join Dr Phang Lai Tee as she explores Singapore’s broadcasting history. This programme will be conducted in Mandarin.



The Singapore media landscape has undergone various transformations since the mid-1990s. Join Dr Phang Lai Tee for her second talk on Singapore’s broadcasting history, as told from the audiovisual archives in the National Archives. The talk in Mandarin will trace the transition of broadcasting in Singapore from a government function to a privatised service, and the impact of the media liberalisation in the early 2000s. Programme will be conducted in Mandarin.

About the Speaker


Dr Phang Lai Tee is the Senior Deputy Director of the National Archives of Singapore. She oversees the collection, preservation and provision of access to the audiovisual archives and oral history collection. An avid radio listener during her school years, she views her archival work as an ideal profession.

About Archives Unlocked

Curious about what goes on in the National Archives of Singapore? Join us for this monthly series of talks, as we unlock stories of our nation through the archives’ collections.

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