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When Covid-19 struck, NoonTalk Media reorientated their studio to focus on livestreaming instead.

The NoonTalk Media team, in a picture taken before Covid-19.

Let’s Get Live, a NoonTalk Media show offering Covid-19 information and entertainment.

Huzir Sulaiman (extreme right), with his Checkpoint Theatre team.

Checkpoint Theatre’s The Heart Comes To Mind might be turned into a radio play now that it cannot be performed on stage.

Actor Dwayne Lau teamed up with some of his friends (including Siti Khalijah Zainal) remotely to shoot his videos.

Mr Lau hamming it up.

Ng Swee San’s Creatives Commissioning Creatives initiative led to the creation of this stay-home illustration by Weimin Lai.

Singapore Symphony Orchestra has posted concert videos online.

Pasar Glamour founders aim to raise S$100,000 for arts practitioners.

Ng Swee San.

Infocomics by illustrator Weiman Kow.

Covid-19: A Creative Awakening

Down but not out, the creative industry fights back against Covid-19 as they find new ways of expression while giving aid and joy to those in need
Apr 17, 2020 5:50 AM

SOMETIME IN FEBRUARY, Jed Tay started to dread going to work. As COO of NoonTalk Media, a media company specialising in production, events and artiste management, he was receiving calls almost every day from clients requesting to cancel a shoot or an event.

“Within a couple of weeks, all

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