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|Type||Free daily newspaper|
|Publisher||MediaCorp Press Ltd|
TODAY is the nation's second most-read newspaper that offers busy working readers quality content in a convenient, compact format. An unrivalled package of the top local and international news, TODAY covers news reports on key issues through insightful and often provocative commentaries.
TODAY is distributed free-of-charge Monday to Saturday, to selected homes, major transport hubs, established F&B outlets, prominent shopping malls, and business districts. Its daily distribution is 300,000 copies. TODAY prints two editions - the Morning edition and the Afternoon edition.
Read amongst PMEBs, the youth, and almost all sectors of the community, TODAY has a readership of about 700,000.
TODAY was launched on 10 November 2000, as a rival to Streats, an English-language freesheet published by the Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). Then, TODAY was available only on weekdays. On 27 April 2002, a Saturday edition, Weekend TODAY, was launched. This provided readers with a leisurely read while keeping pace with what's happening in the world around them.
In 2004, Streats was merged into the newspaper as a result of SPH and MediaCorp merging their television and free-newspaper operations.
On 29 May 2011, a TODAY on Sunday edition was launched, making it the second most-read daily national newspaper.
On May 28, 2012, TODAY rebranded its print edition with a bold new logo, more intuitive content, and a wider range of views.
In addition to the print version of the newspaper, TODAY Online is an application which allows readers to read the newspaper online as they do in print. It also allows for the downloading of the digital version as a PDF document.
Suspension of mrbrown column
On 6 July 2006, the newspaper suspended a weekly opinion column by Lee Kin Mun (alias: mr brown) after the government criticised an article he wrote in his column discussing the rising cost of living in Singapore.
- "Newspapers like Straits Times and Today go Web 2.0". Retrieved 28 September 2008.
- "Daily Newspaper TODAY Sacks Blogger 'mr brown' after Government Criticism". Reporters Without Borders. 6 July 2006.