TODAY is a free English-language newspaper published by MediaCorp Press. MediaCorp, the newspaper's parent company is Singapore's largest media broadcaster and provider in Singapore and the only terrestrial TV broadcaster in the country. The newspaper is currently published and distributed from Monday to Saturday.
TODAY is distributed to selected homes and at MRT stations, bus interchanges, selected food and beverage outlets, shopping malls among other public areas.
Circulation currently stands at 300,000, with more than half of its readers being professionals, managers, executives and business people.  It is the second-most-read English-language newspaper in Singapore, after The Straits Times.
Readership is 730,000 according to the Nielsen Media Index Report 2012.
TODAY was launched as a rival to Streats, another English-language freesheet published by the Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). Initially, the newspaper was available only on weekdays.
Intended as a longer, more leisurely read as compared to the weekday version, WeekendTODAY was launched at newsstands for 50 cents a copy, and was distributed to more than 100,000 homes free of charge.
In a major, historic move that would enhance shareholder value and stem losses, MediaCorp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) reached a commercial deal to merge their mass-market television and free newspaper operations. MediaCorp Press, managed by MediaCorp, is co-owned by MediaCorp and SPH.
With the launch of TODAY-New York Times International Weekly, TODAY joined an elite group of 30 newspapers worldwide that publish the international weekly. The newspaper covers international affairs, social trends, arts and culture as well as business and finance.
A Sunday edition was launched, making TODAY a daily newspaper which provides news updates seven days a week.
The Sunday edition ceased publication.
Digital revamp of its website and mobile and tablet applications