You are what you tweet. So if your are a PR professional, be extra careful when you tweet your own personal thoughts on social media.

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The Breakfast Network has decided not to register under the Broadcasting (Class Licence) Notification and the Media Development Authority (MDA) has required to the social-political site to close. To read more, click here.

Punggol West’s New Year’s celebrations has come under fire from Facebook users as the area is celebrating the countdown to 2014 with the mass release of balloons.

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Nielsen released their Radio Diary Survey and both radio broadcasters were quick to blow their own trumpets that they both had the No 1 English radio station.  So who really has the number one English radio station in Singapore?

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(Update: Asiaone and Wanbao have apologised to Nicole.)
Nicole Seah, a member of a an opposition party and an Internet darling of the 2011 Singapore General Elections, was on the receiving end of some “gutter journalism” from the local mainstream media, WanBao and Asiaone.com. Both WanBao and Asiaone.com titled an article that Nicole Seah was dating a “married” man based on a photo posted by Nicole herself. However, in the article itself, it was stated that this so called married man was already divorced.

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