Radio Klasik FM
|Slogan||Menggamit Kenangan (Reaching Memories)|
|Frequency||Varies depending on region|
|First air date||1 January 2012|
|Format||Talk, contemporary hit radio|
|Owner||Radio Televisyen Malaysia|
|Sister stations||Ai FM, Asyik FM, Minnal FM, Nasional FM and TraXX FM|
The station was formerly known as Nasional FM and before that as Radio 1, Radio Malaysia Channel 1 and Klasik Nasional (National Classic).
The station started out as Radio Malaya operating out of Singapore in 1946. With the independence of Malaya in 1957 Radio Malaya was split into two; the original studios in Singapore was taken over by a new station called Radio Singapura (currently known as MediaCorp Radio) and Radio Malaya moved to Kuala Lumpur, going on air from the new location on 1 January 1959.
On 19 April 1971, Radio Malaya which was known as Rangkaian Nasional (National Network) started broadcasting 24 hours a day, the first station in the country to do so. It went through a few name changes, to Radio 1 on 1 January 1992, Radio Malaysia Saluran 1 on 1 September 1998, and finally to its current name in June 2005.
Saluran 1 started to become available online on 1 January 2001.
On 12 August 2006, Nasional FM and Klasik FM (which was formerly known as Radio Irama Melayu Asli (RIMA) and afterward as Klasik FM ) have officially merged to form Klasik Nasional FM where they will broadcast classical Malay music together with its main program 24 hours a day.
However, the merger survived for only five years. Because of the merger, the station began losing listeners to sister stations and private competitors such as Sinar FM and Era FM. Owing to this, Klasik Nasional was demerged on 1 January 2012 at 12 midnight, and Nasional FM relaunched nationwide, using the same frequencies as the former Muzik FM. Muzik FM now broadcasts via the Internet only, under the Galaksi Muzik RTM banner. Klasik Nasional is now known as Radio Klasik.
- FM 106.7 MHz from the Gunung Pulai transmitter site covering South Johor and Singapore. (Johor Bahru)
- FM 90.1 MHz from the Bukit Tinggi transmitter site covering East Johor. (Mersing)
- FM 93.6 MHz from the Gunung Ledang transmitter site covering North Johor and Melaka. (Melaka)
- FM 87.6 MHz from the unknown transmitter site covering Sarawak. (Kuching)
- FM 87.9 MHz from the Gunung Telapak Buruk transmitter site covering Negeri Sembilan. (Seremban)
- FM 88.1 MHz from the unknown transmitter site covering Sabah. (Kota Kinabalu)
- FM 98.3 MHz from the Gunung Ulu Kali transmitter site covering Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and West Pahang. (Shah Alam)
- FM 87.7 MHz from the Kuala Lumpur Tower transmitter covering Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. (Kuala Lumpur)
- FM 88.3 MHz from the Gunung Keledang transmitter site covering Central Perak. (Ipoh)
- FM 103.3 MHz from the Bukit Larut transmitter site covering Northwest Perak. (Taiping)
- FM 88.7 MHz from the Bukit Palong transmitter site covering Southeast Kedah. (Baling)
- FM 94.9 MHz from the Gunung Jerai transmitter site covering Kedah, Penang and Perlis. (Alor Setar)
- FM 89.1 MHz in Cameron Highlands. (Cameron Highlands)
- FM 88.1 MHz from the Bukit Istana transmitetr site covering North Pahang. (Jerantut)
- FM 107.9 MHz from the Bukit Pelindong transmitter site covering Eastern Pahang. (Kuantan)
- FM 95.9 MHz from the Bukit Bauk transmitter site in Southern Terengganu. (Dungun)
- FM 92.5 MHz from the Bukit Besar transmitter site in Central Terengganu. (Kuala Terengganu)
- FM 94.3 MHz from the Bukit Bintang transmitter site in Northern Terengganu. (Besut)
- FM 95.5 MHz from the Bukit Bakar transmitter site in Northeastern Kelantan. (Machang)
- FM 101.1 MHz from the Teliput transmitter site in Central Kelantan. (Kota Bharu)
- FM 88.4 MHz from the Bukit Tangki Air transmitter site in Western Kelantan. (Jeli)
- FM 88.7 MHz from the Changkat Rembian transmitter site in Tapah. (Tapah)
- FM 99.5 MHz from Bukit Dedap transmitter site covering Sik, Kedah. (Sik)
- Shortwave (AM) 5.965 kHz from Kajang transmitter site covering Asia, Middle East and Europe. (Kajang)
- "Jadual Frekuensi Klasik Nasional Setiap Negeri" (in Malay). Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute. Archived from the original on 6 March 2016. Retrieved 6 March 2016.