|Branding||938LIVE as of 1 January 2005|
|Slogan||Gets You Talking|
|First air date||NewsRadio 938:
1 January 1996
1 January 2005
|Former callsigns||NewsRadio 938
(1 January 1996 - 31 December 2004)
938LIVE (formerly known as NewsRadio 938 before 2005) is an English radio station of MediaCorp in Singapore. It is an eighteen hour radio station that broadcasts news radio programmes, from 6:00am to midnight (UTC+08:00) daily. During non-operating hours, the station plays Soft adult contemporary music till 6:00am.
NewsRadio 938 (1996 - 2004)
Prior to 938LIVE, it was originally known as NewsRadio 938 and was officially inaugurated by then President of Singapore's Ong Teng Cheong on 1 January 1996 at midnight. Then, it was one of Radio Corporation of Singapore (RCS)'s radio stations, which had taken over Singapore Broadcasting Corporation (SBC)'s radio-broadcasting operations on 1 October 1994 when it was privatized under the Singapore International Media (SIM Group of Companies). When the Television Corporation of Singapore (TCS) rebranded to MediaCorp in 12 February 2001, RCS subsequently became MediaCorp Radio.
938LIVE (2005 - present)
NewsRadio 938 was rebranded as 938LIVE and was officially inaugurated by then President of Singapore's Sellapan Ramanathan on 1 January 2005 at midnight.
- Managing Director of MediaCorp Radio: Florence Lian
Current news radio DJs
- Angela Lim
- Bharati Jagdish
- Daniel Martin
- Eugene Loh
- Howie Lim
- Michelle Martin
- William Xavier (Will Xavier)
- Keith de Souza
- Noor Farhan
- Raj Kumar
- Andre Ahchak
- Daphne Lim
938LIVE will also air live broadcasts for breaking news such as the Singapore general and presidential elections, natural disasters and transnational terrorist attacks, as well as special occasions such as the installation Masses of bishops and cardinals; coverage of World Youth Days; and papal visits, deaths, funerals, conclaves, and elections, Singaporean public holidays and observations such as Christmas and Easter programming, concerts, and major sporting events. These news were usually extended to live hours.