Radio24 (Malaysia)

Radio24 (Malaysia)

Radio24 (or BERNAMA Radio24) is the first news and talk radio station in Malaysia. The free-to-air station began trial transmission on 16 August 2007 at 12:00 noon and was officially launched on 3 September 2007 at 9:00 a.m. It broadcasts on the FM 93.9 Megahertz frequency that was formerly used by RTM's Klasik Nasional FM. It also broadcasts in Johor Bahru at 107.5 MHz that starts at Jan 2012.

The station broadcasts domestic, regional and world news through hourly news bulletins, quarter-hourly news highlights and breaking news as and when they happen through live field reports and telephone cross-overs. The station also has an array of talk-back shows. It also airs at frequent intervals, traffic, weather and stock market reports. The station also provides live audio streaming through its website. On 3 January 2011, the station began its Mobile Streaming service via smart phones like BlackBerry and iPhone, accessible through the devices on board internet browser at

Broadcasting in both English and Bahasa Malaysia, the station is owned and operated by the Malaysian National news agency, BERNAMA, and broadcasts from Wisma BERNAMA in Kuala Lumpur. For its first phase, the station's transmission covered the Klang Valley, which is home to approximately 8 million people.

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... FM 93.9 MHz from the Kuala Lumpur Tower transmitter covering Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.(Shah Alam) FM 107.5 MHz from the Mount Pulai transmitter site covering South Johor and Singapore, North Johor is still able to receive Radio24 on 107.5MHz ... (Johor and Singapore) ...