List of radio stations in Singapore

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The following radio stations are located in and transmitted from Singapore.

FM stations[edit]

There are three radio broadcasters in Singapore, namely Mediacorp Radio, SPH Radio and SAFRA Radio. There are 19 radio stations in Singapore. Most Singaporeans are able to receive FM broadcasts from Malaysia and Indonesia if the signal is strong enough.[1]

Listeners who do not have a FM tuner can listen to web streams of all FM stations by either visiting the stations' websites on a desktop or downloading the stations' respective apps on a mobile device. There might be a delay of up to 90 seconds compared to the live FM transmission.

The radio stations utilise RCS Master Control broadcast automation software. An upgrade to the newer RCS Zetta was rolled out across all 13 Mediacorp stations from August to November 2014.

Frequency Station Operator Language Genre First air date Webcast
088.3 MHz 883JiaFM SAFRA Radio Chinese, English Adult Contemporary 24 November 1997 Web Stream
088.9 MHz BBC World Service BBC Radio English Talk radio 1960 Web Stream
089.7 MHz Ria 89.7FM Mediacorp Malay, Arab, English CHR/Pop, Malaysian pop, Indo pop, Arab pop 1 December 1990 Web Stream
090.5 MHz GOLD 905 Mediacorp English Classic hits, Oldies 1 June 1936 Web Stream
091.3 MHz One FM 91.3 SPH Radio Pte Ltd English Mainstream rock, Classic rock 3 October 2001 Web Stream
092.0 MHz Kiss 92FM SPH Radio Pte Ltd English Adult Contemporary 3 September 2012 Web Stream
192.4 MHz Symphony 924 Mediacorp English Classical music 1 June 1936 Web Stream
Song List
093.3 MHz YES 933 Mediacorp Chinese CHR/Pop, Chinese pop 1 January 1990 Web Stream
093.8 MHz 938LIVE Mediacorp English Talk radio 1 January 1997 Web Stream
094.2 MHz Warna 94.2FM Mediacorp Malay, English Adult Contemporary, Infotainment 1 June 1936 Web Stream
095.0 MHz CLASS 95 Mediacorp English Adult Contemporary 1 January 1990 Web Stream
095.8 MHz CAPITAL 95.8FM Mediacorp Chinese Talk radio, Classic hits, Oldies 1 June 1936 Web Stream
096.3 MHz XFM 96.3 Mediacorp Japanese, French, Hindi, Bangla, German, Korean Multicultural, Instrumental music, Korean pop 1998 Web Stream
096.8 MHz Oli 96.8FM Mediacorp Tamil, Hindi, English Tamil music, Hindi music, Infotainment 1 June 1936 Web Stream
097.2 MHz LOVE 97.2FM Mediacorp Chinese, English Adult Contemporary 1 January 1994 Web Stream
098.0 MHz Power98FM SAFRA Radio English CHR/Pop, Hot Adult Contemporary 31 October 1994 Web Stream
098.7 MHz 987 Mediacorp English CHR/Pop, Top 40 1 January 1989 Web Stream
099.5 MHz Lush 99.5FM Mediacorp English Urban AC, Indie music, Chill-out music, Deep house, Easy listening 31 December 2004 Web Stream
100.3 MHz UFM100.3 SPH Radio Pte Ltd Chinese CHR/Pop, Chinese pop 3 October 2001 Web Stream

Internet stations[edit]

Website Station Operator Language Genre First air date
Link 973FM RadioChat (Independent) English Freeform radio, CHR/Pop, Top 40, Independent music 7 December 2010
Link Desinetworks Desinetworks Pte Ltd Hindi Bollywood, Bhangra, 27 December 2013
Kinternational Radio (Discontinued) Kinternational Holdings Asia English CHR/Pop, Top 40 1 January 2009
Plush 898 (Discontinued) Plush 898 Entertainment Network Chinese Freeform radio, Contemporary hits 29 November 2009
Sonar Radio (Discontinued) RADIOactive Pte Ltd English Freeform radio, Contemporary hits 5 May 2011
The Live Radio (Discontinued) Chat Chat Media Pte Ltd English Freeform radio, CHR/Pop, Top 40 5 August 2012

SMS Services[edit]

Mediacorp Radio[edit]

Listeners can find out the title of the previous, current and next song being played on air for Mediacorp stations by texting the following codes to 146072346. (Singapore postpaid mobile users only)

  • Other services
    • Traffic Watch (Mon-Sat 7am-9pm): TW
  • English stations
    • GOLD 905: G90
    • Symphony 924: 924
    • 938LIVE: 938LIVE
    • CLASS 95: C95
    • XFM 96.3: 963
    • 987: 987FM
    • Lush 99.5FM: LUSH
  • Chinese stations
    • YES 933: YES
    • LOVE 97.2FM:-
  • Malay/Tamil stations
    • Ria 89.7FM: RIA
    • Warna 94.2FM: WARNA
    • Oli 96.8FM: OLI

SPH Radio[edit]

Listeners can text in at these numbers:

SAFRA Radio[edit]

Listeners can send messages via SMS or WhatsApp at these numbers:


According to findings from Nielsen’s Radio Diary Survey 2016, the listenership figures of radio stations in Singapore are as follow (as of 16 Jun 2016): [2]

  • Top ranking stations: LOVE 97.2FM (#1, 19.4%), YES 933 (#2, 18.5%), CAPITAL 95.8FM (#3, 17.3%), CLASS 95 (#4), Kiss 92FM (#5), GOLD 905 (#6), Warna 94.2FM (#7), 987 (#8), Oli 96.8FM (#10),


FM stations[edit]

  • The first 24-hour radio station, Perfect 10 (now known as 987), was launched on 1 January 1989. All radio stations started broadcasting 24/7 starting from 1 January 2008.[3]
  • Mediacorp used to offer Visual Radio service on Nokia phones. The first radio stations to utilise Visual Radio are 987 in December 2005 and YES 933 in June 2006. The service has since been discontinued.
  • The 89.3 MHz frequency on the FM band used to be occupied by TVMobile. An audio simulcast of the TV channel was available until the station closed down on 31 December 2009.[4]
  • The 99.5 MHz frequency on the FM band used to be occupied by Passion 99.5FM, a station set up by the National Arts Council in December 1997 that supported and played local music. The station closed down on 31 December 2003 due to the bad economic climate as there was insufficient sponsorship and advertising revenue to cover operating costs.[5] The frequency was then awarded to Mediacorp in May 2004 and the new station, Lush 99.5FM, was launched 9 months later.[6][7]

DAB stations[edit]

Mediacorp used to operate Digital Radio, a radio service using digital audio broadcasting technology which simulcast eight FM stations, namely CLASS 95, GOLD 905, 987, YES 933, LOVE 97.2FM, Lush 99.5FM, Symphony 924, and 938LIVE and broadcasts six digital-only stations, namely Cruise, Club Play, JK-Pop, Chinese Evergreens, Planet Bollywood and Bloomberg.

The service was discontinued on 1 December 2011 as the low adoption of DAB radio (compared to FM radio) and the prevalence of listening to Internet radio streams on PCs/smart-phones has rendered DAB radio irrelevant.[8]


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