In Singapore, SPH publishes 18 newspaper titles in four languages.
Beyond print, the Internet editions of SPH newspapers enjoy over 360 million page views with 23 million unique visitors every month.
Apart from Asia One, SPH's online and new media initiatives include ST701, the leading online marketplace for jobs (STJobs), property (STProperty), cars (sg Car Mart.com) and general classifieds (STClassifieds); STOMP, SPH Razor.
SPH also launched The Straits Times' i Pad and enhanced i Phone applications, an Android smartphone application and The Business Times' i Pad and smartphone applications.
SPH's Chinese flagship newspaper Lianhe Zaobao has also launched its digital editions which include a web application, as well as online and PDF versions.
Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SPH; Chinese: 新加坡报业控股) is a media organisation in Singapore with businesses in print, Internet and new media, television and radio, outdoor media, and property.
SPH has over 5,000 employees, including a team of approximately 1,000 journalists, including correspondents operating around the world.
The company is one of the country's "blue-chip" counters on the Singapore Stock Exchange, and makes about S0–500 million worth of profits every year.
Singapore Press Holdings Limited was formed on 1 January 1984 through a merger of three organisations, The Straits Times Press, Singapore News and Publications Limited and Times Publishing Berhad.
In 2009, SPH celebrated its 25th anniversary and for the first time, changed its corporate logo. Like all newspaper companies in Singapore, SPH is regulated by the Newspaper and Printing Presses Act of 1974 and issues both management and ordinary shares.