TV AND RADIO CHANNELS MALAYSIA
TV1 - Malaysia TV Channel
TV1 or Radio Televisyen Malaysia 1 or RTM1 as of April 3, 2006 is a television station in Malaysia that is owned by the Malaysian Government under the Ministry of Information, and operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM).
TV2 or RTM2 - Malaysia TV Channel
RTM2 is a television station in Malaysia that is owned by the Malaysian Government through Radio Televisyen Malaysia. Broadcasting of RTM2 began in 17 November 1969 when the RTM tv channel was split into two channels. It offers entertainment programs, films in Malay, English, Chinese, Korean, Tamil, and Hindi.
RTMi - Malaysia TV Channel
RTMi is a digital television channel owned fully by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. It is also known as Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting (DTTB). Its test broadcast began in 2000 chosen residential homes surrounding Klang Valley for 6 months starting in September 2006, using the DVB-T standard.
TV Pendidikan - Malaysia TV Channel
TV Pendidikan (Education TV in Malay) is an education television channel which now airs on Malaysia's terrestrial channel, TV9. TV Pendidikan is fully owned and produced by the Educational Technology Division, the Ministry of Education of Malaysia and it shows various programmes for various school subjects.
TV3 - Malaysia TV Channel
Sistem Televisyen Malaysia Berhad (STMB) or TV3 was incorporated in 1983 as Malaysia’s first commercial television station. It is part of Media Prima group of companies.
ntv7 - Malaysia TV Channel
Natseven TV Sdn Bhd or better known as ntv7 is the first digital terrestrial television in Malaysia was launched nationwide on April 7, 1998. Its mission is to promote a happier and more enlightened Malaysia.
8TV - Malaysia TV Channel
8TV is a private Malaysian television station previously known as Metrovision. Metrovision had ceased transmission in 1999, but resumed broadcasting on January 8, 2004 as 8TV after being bought by Media Prima Berhad.
TV9 - Malaysia TV Channel
TV9 is a Malaysian private-owned television station which started transmission on April 22, 2006. This free-to-air television station is owned fully by Media Prima Berhad.
Astro Ria - Malaysia TV Channel
Astro Ria is a Malaysian 24 hour Malay language television network broadcast on the Astro satellite television service. It was one of the first 22 channels to commence broadcast on Astro in 1996.
Astro AEC - Malaysia TV Channel
Astro AEC (the acronym for Asian Entertainment Channel) is a 24-hour Mandarin-generic television channel from Malaysia, which is provided by Astro on channel 301 (formerly channel 19). It offers local content as well as programmes from China, Taiwan, Singapore and Japan.
Astro Wah Lai Toi - Malaysia TV Channel
Astro Wah Lai Toi is a Cantonese-generic subscription television channel from Malaysia, which is provided by Astro. It is described to be similar in style with Hong Kong television, particularly that of TVB, and indeed, offers mainly TVB programming, alongside some local content.
Astro Aruna - Malaysia TV Channel
Astro Aruna is a 24-hour Indonesian language television network available on the Astro satellite television service. It was launched on August 31, 2006, which makes it the first and only television network on the Astro platform that is broadcast entirely in Indonesian language.
Astro Ceria - Malaysia TV Channel
Astro Ceria is a 24-hour Malay language television channel that is broadcast on the Astro satellite television service. This channel is dedicated to toddlers and children alike. It was launched on August 31, 2006, making it Malaysia's first ever television channel dedicated to kids.
Astro TVIQ - Malaysia TV Channel
Astro TVIQ is an Astro branded channel brought exclusively for Malaysians and Indonesians who own Astro. This channel is free as it is grouped under the Astro Family package. The viewership target is for children between the age of 7 and 17.
Jia Yu Channel - Malaysia TV Channel
Jia Yu Channel is a first 24-hour Mandarin and Cantonese subsription channel in Malaysia which means "Wholesome family entertainment".
Fine TV - Malaysia TV Channel
Fine TV is the fourth Pay TV station in Malaysia. It was launched on December 28, 2005 and follows a TV On-Demand model and also has PPV channels. With Fine TV, one can rewind, play, forward, and even pause the program.
MiTV - Malaysia TV Channel
U Television Sdn. Bhd. (formerly known as U Telecom Media Holdings Sdn. Bhd. and MiTV Corporation Sdn. Bhd.) is Malaysia's third pay television operator. It was launched in September 2005 after having obtained all the necessary approvals from the censorship board on its broadcast contents.
TraXX FM - Malaysia Radio Station
TraXXfm, formerly known as Radio 4 and Radio Malaysia Saluran 4 (Radio Malaysia Channel 4) is a national English radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. TraXXfm's catch phrase is "Experience The Excitement"
Ai FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Ai FM, formerly known as Radio 5 and Radio Malaysia Saluran 5 (Radio Malaysia Channel 5) is a national Chinese radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. It is broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Minnal FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Minnal FM, formerly known as Radio 6 and Radio Malaysia Saluran 6 (Radio Malaysia Channel 6) is a Malaysian national Tamil radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia, the government broadcasting service under the Malaysian Ministry of Information.
Asyik FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Asyik FM, formerly known as Radio 7 and Radio Malaysia Saluran 7 (Radio Malaysia Channel 7) is an Orang Asli radio channel operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. As of 1 January 2007, Asyik FM now broadcasting from 8 am to 10 pm.
Johor FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Johor FM, formerly known as Radio Malaysia Johor and Radio 3 Johor Bahru is a Johor state radio operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia out of the Johor state capital Johor Bahru in Malaysia.
KL FM - Malaysia Radio Station
KL FM (Formerly known as Radio Malaysia Kuala Lumpur (RMKL) and before that as Radio 3 Kuala Lumpur and Radio Malaysia Ibu Kota (RMIK) is a regional radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. Its main radio station is in the International Broadcasting Centre, Angkasapuri.
Melaka FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Melaka FM (formerly known as Radio Malaysia Melaka and Radio 3 Melaka) is a regional radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia out of the Melaka state capital of Melaka, Malaysia. Broadcasts are daily in Malay from 06:00 to 00:00 featuring local news and Malaysian music.
Mutiara FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Mutiara FM (formerly known as Radio Malaysia Pulau Pinang and Radio 3 Pulau Pinang) is a regional radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia, broadcasting out of the Penang state capital George Town in Malaysia. It broadcasts every day in Malay from 06:00 until 00:00 featuring local news and national music.
Sarawak FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Sarawak fm (Formerly known as Radio Malaysia Sarawak (RMS)) is a state radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. The station covers out the whole Sarawak. Broadcasts are 24 hours and airs Malaysian and International music.
Selangor FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Selangor FM (Formerly known as Radio Malaysia Selangor (RMS) and before that as Radio 3 Shah Alam)is a regional radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia out of the Selangor state capital Shah Alam in Malaysia.
Radio24 - Malaysia Radio Station
Radio24 is the first and only 24-hour news and talk radio station in Malaysia. The free-to-air station began trial transmission on 16 August 2007 at 12.00 p.m. and was officially launched on 3 September 2007 at 6.00 a.m. It broadcasts on the 93.9 FM frequency that was formerly used by Klasik Nasional FM since 1998.
Klasik Nasional FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Klasik Nasional FM (formerly known as Nasional FM and before that as Radio 1 and Radio Malaysia Saluran 1 (Radio Malaysia Channel 1)) is a national radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia broadcasting in Malay.
Fly FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Fly FM is a private radio station in Malaysia owned by Media Prima Berhad. It was launched on October 3, 2005 and targets listeners aged between fifteen and thirty years old.
MIX fm - Malaysia Radio Station
MIX fm is a Malaysian national radio station managed by AMP Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Astro All Asia Networks plc.
Hitz.fm - Malaysia Radio Station
hitz.fm is a Malaysian national radio station managed by AMP Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Astro All Asia Networks plc. Hitz is Malaysia's leading English-language station in terms of listenership.
THR.fm - Malaysia Radio Station
THR.fm (formerly TIME Highway Radio or THR) is the name of Malaysia's first private commercial radio station, based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The station was the initiative and for some time the flagship station of the TIME Engineering conglomerate, and as the name suggests the station was targeted at road/highway users with traffic reports and entertainment.
Best 104 - Malaysia Radio Station
Best 104 is both Malaysia's first private radio station (though not the first commercial one, that honour belongs to Time Highway Radio), and the first to be based outside of Kuala Lumpur, in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia.
Suria FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Suria FM (105.3 FM) is a private radio station licensed to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is operated by Rimamakmur SDN BHD, a company owned by Star Publications (M) Berhad.
Muzik FM - Malaysia Radio Station
Muzik FM, formerly known as Radio Muzik and Radio Malaysia Saluran Muzik (Radio Malaysia Music Channel) is a music radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia, broadcasting in Malay. It is also Malaysia's first radio station to broadcast in FM Stereo.
FM Stereo Johor Bahru - Malaysia Radio Station
FM Stereo Johor Bahru or FMJB is a regional radio operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia exclusively for the Johor Bahru metropolitan area, and as a complement to Johor FM. The station came into being on 20 October 1988 by taking over the FM Stereo transmitter of the old Johor FM then known as Radio Malaysia Johor Bahru.