Radio Televisyen Malaysia

The Department of Broadcasting, Malaysia, DBA Radio Televisyen Malaysia (abbreviated RTM), is a Malaysian state-owned public broadcaster. It owns and operates a number of radio and television stations in Malaysia, based in Kuala Lumpur. At present, RTM runs 6 national, 2 international, 17 state, 11 district radio stations and 2 television channels (terrestrial free-to-air) from Kuala Lumpur. Their main motto is Teman Setia Anda (Your Loyal Partner). As of 2007, RTM controls about 17% of the television viewing market in the country, behind Media Prima with 54% and Astro with 29%.

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