List of television stations in Malaysia

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Television broadcasting in Malaysia is provided by Malaysian government and respective private broadcasting companies. Television channels are received through analogue or digital formats since most of Malaysians TV owners subscribe to pay TV service. Malaysian government is committed to provide digital television to every household in Malaysia by end-2016.

List of free-to-air television stations in Malaysia[edit]

Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM)[edit]

Name Availability Launch date Broadcasting area Broadcasting hours (UTC+08:00) Languages
TV1 Analog/Digital 28 December 1963 (1963-12-28) Nationwide 24/7 Malay
TV2 Analog/Digital 17 November 1969 (1969-11-17) Nationwide 24/7 Malay, English, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonis) and Indian (Tamil and Hindustan)
TVi Digital 10 April 2011 (2011-04-10) Nationwide 24/7 Malay, Iban (Bumiputera Sarawak) and Kadazandusun (Bumiputera Sabah)

Media Prima[edit]

Name Availability Launch date Broadcasting area Broadcasting hours (UTC+08:00) Languages
TV3 Analog/Digital (Tv3 HD Launched Rumours By April 2015.) 1 June 1984 (1984-06-01) Nationwide 06:30-02:30 until 24/7 Malay, Indonesian and English
ntv7 Analog/Digital (NTV7 HD Launched Rumours By April 2015. ) 7 April 1998 (1998-04-07) Nationwide 07:30-01:00 until 24/7 Malay, English and Chinese
8TV Analog/Digital (8tv HD Launched rumours by April 2015) 8 January 2004 (2004-01-08) Nationwide 07:00-02:00 until 24/7 English and Chinese
TV9 Analog/Digital (Tv9 HD Launched Rumours By April 2015.) 22 April 2006 (2006-04-22) Nationwide 06:30-00:30 until 24/7 Malay and Indonesian

Al Hijrah Media Corporation[edit]

Name Availability Launch date Broadcasting Area Broadcasting hours (UTC+08:00) Languages
TV Al-Hijrah Analog/Digital 7 December 2010 (2010-12-07) Nationwide 06:00-00:00 Malay and English

Pay television providers[edit]

  • Digital cable television

1.ABNXcess- View full channel listings.

  • Satellite television

1.Astro- View full channel listings.

2.NJOI- Free satellite TV from Astro, as launched in March 2012, is a co-operation between the government and Astro. View full channel listings.

  • IPTV

1.HyppTV- HyppTV is available for UniFi and Streamyx 4Mbit/s/8Mbit/s. View full channel listings.

2.eTV- Targeting Malaysian Chinese audience with channels from China. View full channel listings.

Internet TV[edit]

Other TV stations[edit]

Former or defunct channels and networks[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mohsin Abdullah (19 October 2012). "WBC employees seek HR ministry’s help". fz.com. Retrieved 6 July 2014. 

See also[edit]