Singapore (PRWEB) August 3, 2009
Singapore recently launched the Singapore Media Fusion Plan (SMFP) to further develop the media landscape and position itself as a hub for New Asia media. This national media blueprint will inject an additional S$230 million to the development of the industry, on top of the $500 million already committed to interactive and digital media R&D.
The SMFP encompasses initiatives to strengthen the sector, drive the creation of content and services for a global audience, and develop world-class talent to support the burgeoning media industry in Singapore. It aims to advance Singapore's media sector by establishing a conducive environment for media business; leveraging R&D to move up the digital media value chain; and engaging international partners and audiences.
Recently, Singapore also launched an integrated service apartment development targeted specifically at infocomm and media professionals. The 50-unit development is located at Fusionopolis, a 200-hectare hub for the infocomm and media, science and engineering industries, and is the first integrated residence designed to complement the lifestyle of personnel involved in those industries.
This unique development aligns with the SMFP and aims to attract a critical mass of global talent to support this burgeoning industry that is expected to generate 10,000 jobs new jobs and S$10 billion worth of value added to the Singapore economy by 2015.
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