RTM 1 New Tandberg Keys on Measat 3/3a/3b at 91.5°East 2023
Radio Televisyen Malaysia (English: Radio Television of Malaysia, abbreviated as RTM, stylised as rtm), also known as the Department of tandberg keys, Malaysia (Malay: Jabatan Penyiaran Malaysia) is the national public tandberg keys of Malaysia. Established on 1 April 1946 as Radio Malaya, it is the first and the oldest broadcaster in the country. After Malaysia was formed on 16 September 1963, Radio Malaya was renamed Radio Malaysia.
On 28 December the same year, television service in Malaysia began with the establishment of Televisyen Malaysia. In 1969, Radio Malaysia and Televisyen Malaysia merged to form the present day broadcast department. Radio Televisyen Malaysia monopolised the free-to-air television until 1984 and radio until 1988, when private television and radio stations such as TV3 and Best FM begin to exist. Currently, it operates 6 television channels and 34 radio stations nationwide.
History of local tandberg keys in Malaysia began in 1921 when an electrical engineer from the Johor Government, A.L. Birch, brought the first radio set into British Malaya. He then established the Johor Wireless Association in 1923 and commenced tandberg keys through 300 meter waves. Similar associations were also established in Penang (Penang Wireless Association) in 1925 and in Kuala Lumpur (Malayan Wireless Association) in 1928.
TANDBERG KEYS 2023
Measat 3 91,5°Е
3922 H 12399
T 0004 01 34 5E 9B 5B 97 D5 BC 01
Measat 3 91,5°Е
3922 H 12399
T 0002 01 CA 13 8B A8 A3 B4 A3 00
In 1930, Sir Earl from the Singapore Port Authority commenced its short wave tandberg keys every fortnight either on Sundays or Wednesdays. The same effort was emulated by the Malayan Wireless Association, tandberg keys from Bukit Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, via 325 meter waves. Penang Wireless Association led by Khoo Sian Ewe launched Station ZHJ – Malaya’s first radio station on 24 August 1934, which operates out of George Town, Penang.
British Malaya tandberg keys Corporation (BMBC) was formed on 21 July 1935 and awarded a broadcasting license by the British crown on 1 June 1936 as a radio network. On 1 March 1937, Sir Shenton Thomas opened the BMBC Studio and its transmitter at Caldecott Hill in Singapore. The Corporation was taken over by the Straits Settlements Government in 1940, subsequently nationalised and reorganised as the Malaya tandberg keys Corporation and was placed under the British Department of Information.
During World War II in 1942, the Imperial Japanese Army occupied British Malaya and used the existing radio channels in Penang, Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, Seremban and Singapore to transmit Japanese propaganda. Malaya Broadcasting Corporation was renamed Syonan Hoso Kyoku (‘Light of the South’ Broadcasting Corporation), the local counterpart to the Japan tandberg keys Corporation (Nippon Hoso Kyokai, NHK for short). Meanwhile, the Radio Station in Penang was renamed Penang Hoso Kyoku (Penang tandberg keys Corporation). After the war, the British came back into power and reclaimed the radio station, with the station managed by the interim government – British Military Administration (BMA).