Map of radio stations in Southeast Asia
แผนที่ของสถานีวิทยุในเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ / Đông Nam Á đài phát thanh bản đồ
Peta stasiun radio di Asia Tenggara / Peta stesen radio di Asia Tenggara
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RTM was founded in 1946 and today is the largest public radio broadcaster in the country with six national networks in five languages and 46 regional stations on MW, SW and FM. There are also several private radio networks and university radio stations. Broadcasting in Malaysia is regulated by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission - SKMM . Primary languages on radio are Malay, English and Chinese.
MDA . BBC operates on Shortwave from its Far Eastern Relay Station in Singapore. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 1993. Primary languages on radio are English, Chinese and Malay.
RRI was founded in 1945 and today is the largest public radio network in the country with four main stations on AM/FM and overseas service Voice of Indonesia on Shortwave. Broadcasting in Indonesia is regulated by the Directorate General of Resources and Equipment of Post and Information Technology - SDPPI (Ditjen Postel). Currently there are 282 AM, 1655 FM radio stations and one DAB Digital radio multiplex in Indonesia. Primary language on radio is Indonesian.
PBS was founded in 1933 and today is the largest public radio network in the country with Radyo ng Bayan national network on AM/FM and overseas sevice DZRP Radyo Pilipinas. Broadcasting in the country is regulated by the National Telecommunications Commission - NTC (Pambansang Komisyon sa Telekomunikasyon). International broadcasters use powerful Shortwave transmitters in Tinang, Bocaue, Palauig and Iba. Currently there are 387 AM and 738 FM radio stations in the Philippines. Primary languages on radio are Filipino and English.
VOV (Đài Tiếng nói Việt Nam) has four domestic AM/FM radio channels and international channel VOV World Service on Shortwave (Sơn Tây transmitter). Regional radio stations are operated by provincial and municipal broadcasting organisations, there is no privately owned radio stations. Broadcasting in Vietnam is regulated by the Ministry of Information and Communications - MIC (Bộ Thông tin và Truyền thông). Currently there are 60 AM and 126 FM radio stations in Vietnam. Primary language on radio is Vietnamese.
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