Klang Valley 104.9 FM; Ipoh 106.4 FM; Johor Bahru 92.8 FM; Melaka 98.9 FM; Kuantan 91.6 FM; Alor Setar 98.1 FM
Serving fashion, technology, entertainment and current lifestyle-related content for the modern Muslim, Zayan is the fourth Malay language radio station from ASTRO Radio and a new alternative for listeners seeking positive content in their daily lives. This includes local and international playlists spreading positive messages and famous young influencers as announcers, including DJ Mawi, DJ Anas, DJ Lin Ariffin, DJ Raqib and DJ Falyq.
Klang Valley 88.9 FM; Penang 107.6 FM
Wherever the trendsetting Chinese Gen Z go, that’s where you’ll find GOXUAN and their one-of-a-kind, visually-led content. Delivering the latest hits, trends and topics, GOXUAN also streams live entertainment content via its digital platforms. Cool, hip and digital first, they’re set to connect with Chinese digital natives through compelling, shareable online content.
Klang Valley and Seremban 106.00 FM, Kuching 92.5 FM
Malaysia’s sixth Chinese radio station, CITYPlus FM covers urban issues, business, finance and music in a sharp and rational manner.
Terengganu 102.0 FM; Kelantan 90.6 FM; Pahang 95.1 FM
Headquartered in Kuala Terengganu, Manis FM highlights the hottest news, regional hits and happenings on the East Coast.
Klang Valley 101.3 FM; Pulau Pinang 90.2 FM
Targeting those aged between 25 – 44, with the tagline Temanmu Muzikmu, Kool FM plays 80s, 90s and modern day hits both local and international, with the added flavour of dangdut selections.
Kota Kinabalu 96.3 FM
Sabah’s newest radio station is by the people and for the people, with 80% local content from Sabahan talent. Listeners can expect content on everything from customs and traditions to socio-economic development, global and social trends, health and nutrition, and agriculture.
Klang Valley 107.9 FM
iM4U fm is a youth radio station with a mission: to encourage Malaysian youth to develop better self-confidence and a spirit of volunteerism. They support social causes and play the latest local and international hits while encouraging young Malaysians to explore their hidden creative talents. Future content is slated to include positive messages on volunteering, success stories, positive values and Dre1m Fund announcements.
KL, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan and Melaka 89.9 FM
BFM 89.9 started in September 2008, right in the middle of the global financial crisis. Since then, the station has evolved to become the leading business and current affairs radio station in Greater Kuala Lumpur. Their purpose is to build a better Malaysia through championing inclusiveness, rational discourse and good governance. The station applies its discourse-based approach across various topics including entrepreneurship, health, fashion, the arts, sports and music. BFM broadcasts in English and Bahasa Malaysia and joined CRM in 2008.
Station Manager: Diana Blackburn (email@example.com)
Alor Setar 99.1FM, Ipoh 87.9FM, Johor Bahru 102.5FM, Klang Valley 95.8FM, Kota Bharu 107.4FM, Kuantan 87.6FM, Malacca 94.0FM, Penang 89.9FM, Seremban 98.6FM, Terengganu 107.5FM
Fly Fm caters to the urban market and is the number two English radio station in Malaysia, with a weekly listenership 528,000 strong. It has continued to grow in a competitive market while offering current music and fresh content to listeners below 35. They have developed a strong relationship with their fans and garnered several Shout! Awards with their fresh ideas and skilful social media engagement via campaigns like Paranoid Activity, Tweet Drive, I Wanna and The Tarik Tour.
Klang Valley 98.8 FM; Seremban 107.0 FM; Penang 94.5 FM; Negeri Sembilan 93.3 FM; Kedah, Perlis and Langkawi 96.1 FM; Ipoh 99.8 FM; Pahang 90.4 FM; South Johor and Singapore 99.9 FM; North Johor and Malacca 98.2 FM; Taiping 101.0FM
988 targets Chinese-speaking listeners aged 25-35 years old with infotainment content in both Mandarin and Cantonese. Its credible, entertaining announcers like Chan Fong, Sam, Anson, KK, May, Jason and Cheryl Lee help it maintain the highest penetration in the urban market: 48% in the central region and 33% in the northern region.
Station Manager: Lim Tock Peng (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Johor Bahru, Singapore & Klang Valley 104.1 FM; North Johor, Seremban and Melaka 94.8 FM; East Johor 102.5 FM
Formerly known as Best104, Best FM was established on 14th July 1989 and is operated by Suara Johor Sdn Bhd. It is the only 24-hour Bahasa Malaysia private radio station with a physical studio in Johor Bahru, broadcasting content localised and customised for Southern target markets aged 20 – 39 years. Since February 2014, Best FM has been rebranded with a new tagline, “Trend Muzik Gaya Baru”. They play a mixture of Malay and English hits and infotainment on the go.
Chief Executive Officer: Yusry Abu Samah
Programme Manager: Borhanuddin Abdullah (email@example.com)
Kuching 99.3 FM
East Malaysia’s first and only private radio station was launched on 8th August 1996 as CATS Radio before becoming CATS FM in 2001, operating 24 hours from Jalan Bako, Kuching. Broadcasts are in Bahasa Malaysia interspersed with the local Malay dialect and Bahasa Iban. Fondly known as the ‘Just For You’ radio station, its programs reflect the diversity of the Sarawak society with a more personal local touch. Programmes highlight every aspect of Sarawakian society, from language to interests. Their ultimate mix of music, info and local/international news lives up to its tagline: ‘Just For You – Nang Antap’, which incorporates local Malay dialect that means ‘Truly the Best’.
Program Manager: Puan Aelma Safina Zaidi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
General Manager: Tuan Haji Mohammad Iskandar Haji Mohamad Nawawi
Klang Valley 103.3 FM; Terengganu 102.8 FM; Langkawi 90.7 FM; Ipoh 103.7 FM; Kuching 96.1 FM; Melaka 90.3 FM; Kota Kinabalu 102.4 FM; Penang 103.6 FM; Miri 101.3 FM; Seremban 103.6 FM; Taiping 95.2 FM; Johor 104.5 FM; Kota Bharu 103.3 FM; Kuantan 98.0 FM; Astro Channel 856
Malaysia’s No. 1 Bahasa Malaysia station and No. 1 radio station overall, reaching over 4.7 million listeners weekly. True to its tagline “Muzik Hit Terbaik”, ERA fm plays local and international hits. Entertaining, current, and eccentric, the station engages today’s Malay youth aged 18-34 years by creating content skewed toward their young audience, providing the latest updates, and organising inter-community interaction programs.
Station Manager: Nazri Noran (email@example.com)
Klang Valley 97.6 FM; Seremban 99.5 FM; Perlis, Kedah, Penang, Langkawi 88.2 FM; Kuantan/Mersing 92.4 FM; Johor Bahru/Singapore 90.1 FM; Malacca 104.3 FM; Kuching 94.3 FM; Kota Kinabalu 87.7 FM; Kota Bharu 105.1 FM; Ipoh 104.5 FM; Kuala Terengganu 105.0 FM; Taiping 90.5FM
Hot FM hit the airwaves on 6th February 2006, targeting youth below 35 years old. With a listenership of 2.6 million, it is currently the no. 2 station for under-25 listeners. Blending the hottest songs with the freshest content, they continue to innovate and integrate across social media platforms to remain relevant to their audience. Hot FM has expanded operations to Kelantan and Terengganu since January 2012, featuring localised content. The station has won Best Brand in Media at the 2009 Brand Laureate Awards, Best Radio Entertainment at the 2010 UDC Awards, Best Radio Show Award at 2 consecutive Shout! Awards, and dominated the Best Male and Female Radio Presenter Awards for 6 years running at Anugerah Bintang Popular.
Klang Valley 92.9 FM; Alor Setar/Penang 92.8 FM; Ipoh 92.7 FM; Seremban 95.0 FM; Melaka 93.0 FM; Johor 97.6 FM; Taiping 93.6 FM; Kuantan 93.2 FM; Kuala Terengganu 94.8 FM; Kota Bharu 92.8 FM; Kuching 95.3 FM; Kota Kinabalu 100.8 FM; Langkawi 92.4 FM; Miri 105.8 FM; Astro Channel 852
HITZ rules the airwaves as Malaysia’s No.1 English radio station, blending the latest international hits, up-to-the-second entertainment news and quirky talk segments. It’s also the first Malaysian radio station to embrace the use of social media and mobile apps, connecting with listeners on multiple levels. The DJ Division is one star-studded, fun-filled affair, with spinners like Jakeman and Skeletor entertaining listeners with the biggest club bangers and dance floor anthems. It’s all entertainment, 24/7!
Station Manager: Brian Vinesh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Website : hitz.com.my
Klang Valley 91.5 FM; Perlis, Kedah, Langkawi and Penang 89.0 FM; Ipoh and Negeri Sembilan 102.7 FM; Melaka 89.5 FM; Johor Bahru 106.2 FM; Kuantan 89.6 FM; Kuala Terengganu 100.2 FM; Kota Bharu 89.8 FM; Kuching 93.6 FM; Kota Kinabalu 93.9 FM
IKIMfm is the radio station of the Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia (IKIM). It was established on 6 July 2001 to serve as a means of spreading true Islamic teachings, with 15 transmission sites nationwide and over 1 million total listeners. Key achievements include its inclusion in the Malaysia Book of Records in 2001 as the first Islamic radio operated digitally, and winning the National Islamic Innovation award in 2011 for creative innovation. IKIMfm was also awarded the Best Talk Show programme on health by the Ministry of Health in 2014.
Contact: Mdm. Sapuah Haji Nawawi (email@example.com)
Klang Valley 105.7 FM; Alor Setar/Penang 104.4 FM; Ipoh 101.5 FM; Seremban 104.6 FM; Melaka 92.2 FM; Johor 94.6 FM; Taiping 89.3 FM; Kuantan 104.7 FM; Kuala Terengganu 105.9 FM; Kota Bharu 104.3 FM; Kuching 100.1 FM; Kota Kinabalu 103.2 FM; Astro Channel 854
Since its launch in 1997, LITE has soothed the souls of its affluent, discerning middle-aged audiences (35 – 49 years) while keeping them up to date on news, traffic, events and lifestyle information. With handpicked music from various genres from disco, pop, ballads and jazz, they appeal to those after soothing entertainment to relax and unwind from the daily grind. Daily and weekly features include “That 80s Show”, “Top 5@5”, “LIVE Drive”, “80s Music Marathon”, “Love Zone” and “Quiet Storm”.
Station Manager: Aaron Pinto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Website : lite.my
Klang Valley 103.0 FM; Alor Setar 106.5 FM; Ipoh 98.5 FM; Seremban 97.9 FM; Melaka 107.3 FM; Johor 98.4 FM; Johor Bahru 103.3 FM; Taiping 104.9 FM; Kuantan 100.0 FM; Kuala Terengganu 104.0 FM; Kota Bharu 99.8 FM; Kuching 103.7 FM; Kota Kinabalu 98.6 FM; Astro Channel 858
MELODY keeps listeners updated on today’s hot issues, and relives the joys of years gone by with timeless Chinese hits from the 1980s to the early 2000s. Different segments cover a variety of interests, from lifestyle and fashion to family and business.
Station Manager: Hiew Foo Choo (email@example.com)
Klang Valley 94.5 FM; Alor Setar/Penang 91.0 FM; Ipoh 94.3 FM; Seremban 94.2 FM; Melaka 91.1 FM; Johor 99.1 FM; Taiping 91.3 FM; Kuantan 94.1 FM; Kuala Terengganu 98.3 FM; Kota Bharu 94.6 FM; Kuching 97.7 FM; Kota Kinabalu 101.6 FM; Astro Channel 855.
The spirit of MIX has always kept up with the times, making it a fast favourite for the young and not-so-old aged between 25-39 years old. They play a contemporary blend of tunes from the 90s to modern hits, including the dedicated 90s on Demand segment that gives listeners the chance to call in and vote for their favourite 90s songs to be played on air. MIX has also partnered with various concerts, supporting the likes of Christina Perri, Linkin Park, Metallica, MTV World Stage and many more.
Station Manager: Craig Boddy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Website : mix.my
Klang Valley 101.8 FM; Alor Setar/Penang 99.7 FM; Ipoh/Seremban 100.6 FM; Melaka 106.4 FM; Johor 95.4 FM; Taiping 100.2 FM; Kuantan 101.1 FM; Kuala Terengganu 101.2 FM; Kota Bharu 102.3 FM; Kuching 96.9 FM; Kota Kinabalu 104.0 FM; Langkawi 100.1 FM; Miri 103.2 FM; Sandakan 100.6 FM; Astro Channel 853
Presented in a mix of Mandarin and Cantonese, MY is Malaysia’s No.1 Chinese language station that entertains 2 million weekly listeners with the latest hits, trends, and news on showbiz and gadgets. The station remains a solid favourite among audiences aged 10-29 years through its charismatic announcers with a wide social media reach, support for myriad blockbusters and A-list concerts, and the sense of belonging and ownership they inspire in listeners. It’s also the sole Malaysian representative in the Global Chinese Golden Chart, joining other Chinese language radio stations across the globe.
Station Manager: Yap Lai Leong (email@example.com)
Website : my.com.my
Klang Valley 88.1 FM; Johor/Johor Bahru 88.1 FM/105.3 FM; Penang 87.8 FM; Kedah 87.8 FM; Ipoh 87.6 FM; Melaka 88.1 FM; Kota Kinabalu) 95.7 FM; Kuantan 100.4 FM; Seremban 88.3 FM; Kuching 98.3 FM
one FM began operations in January 2009, broadcasting in Mandarin and Cantonese. It is now the number 2 Chinese radio station for listeners below 35, reaching 1.1 million pairs of ears. The station has organised various on-ground activities such as the Beh Tahan Tour, One Fun Day, and The One Concert with artistes from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and even Korea. They have collaborated with 8TV and ntv7 on special projects such as 178 CNY Album and roadshows while maintaining a strong social media presence.
Klang Valley 96.7 FM; Alor Setar/Penang 97.1 FM; Ipoh/Seremban 96.9 FM; Melaka 96.0 FM; Johor/Singapore 87.8 FM; Taiping 96.4 FM; Kuantan 97.2 FM; Kuala Terengganu 97.5 FM; Kota Bahru 93.8 FM; Kuching 102.1 FM; Kota Kinabalu 104.9 FM; Langkawi 100.9 FM; Miri 87.7 FM; Astro Channel 857
SINAR provides a diverse selection of modern and classic Malay tunes for the confident, successful, and forward-thinking modern Malay listener, aged between 25-39 years. It is now the No. 2 radio station in Malaysia, covering lifestyle topics, holistic well-being, culture, spiritual topics and branded content relevant to their audience.
Station Manager: Rasidah Khasim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Klang Valley 105.3 FM; Seremban 107.0 FM; Penang, Perlis and Kedah 106.9 FM; Taiping on 91.7 FM; Malacca 88.5 FM; Ipoh 96.0 FM; Kota Bharu 106.1 FM; Kuala Terengganu 102.4 FM; Kuantan on 96.1 FM; Kota Kinabalu 105.9FM
SuriaFM is a leading Malay radio station that has grown steadily over the last five years. The station targets listeners aged 25 to 35 years old with infotainment and maintains strong urban penetration, with high income earners making up close to 50% of its listeners. SuriaFM Sabah began operations in 2011, where it airs local content that is catered to listeners in the state. They boast a lineup of famous announcers including Adibah Noor, Linda Onn, DJ Lin, Farish, Dudu and Bob Ringgo.
Station Manager: Adiwati Zainuddin (email@example.com)
Kuantan 88.8 FM; Kuala Terengganu 106.8 FM; Kota Bharu 88.1 FM; Astro Channel 863
GEGAR has been shaking up the East Coast since 2005, delivering songs from the local communities of Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang to over 1.6 million listeners. This unique blend of cultural identities, along with their wide selection of local, international, dangdut, hiphop, Hindi and indie tunes, has given GEGAR the edge on the East Coast every hour of the day.
Station Manager: Nadira Azizan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Klang Valley 99.3 FM; Alor Setar 102.4 FM; Penang 99.3 FM; Ipoh 97.9 FM; Seremban 101.5 FM; Melaka 99.7 FM; Johor 103.7 FM; Taiping 102.1 FM; Langkawi 101.9 FM; Astro Channel 859
Malaysia’s undisputed No. 1 Tamil radio station offers the hottest Indian music to 2.0 million listeners on the Peninsular West Coast, mostly urban and aged 10 years and up. With magnetic on-air personalities, the latest scoop on Tamil movies and entertainment, humour, social values and vibrant announcers, RAAGA is out to champion the very best of Malaysian Indian music with segments like Ithu Eppadi Irukku, Guys Ah…Girls Ah… & Inimai@Raaga.
Station Manager: Subramaniam Veerasamy (email@example.com)
Unit 706, Block B, Pusat Dagangan Phileo Damansara 1
9 Jalan 16/11, Off Jalan Damansara 46350 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
E : firstname.lastname@example.org
T : +603 - 7660 8535
F : +603 - 7660 8532