One FM

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This article is about the Chinese-language radio station in Malaysia. For the English-language radio station in Australia, see ONE FM (Shepparton). For the English-launguage radio station in South Africa, see One FM 94.0. For the English-language radio station in Singapore, see One FM 91.3.
One FM
One FM Logo.png
City Petaling Jaya
Broadcast area Malaysia
Slogan 最Hit (Most Hit)
Frequency Varies depending on its region
First air date 19 January 2009; 7 years ago (2009-01-19)
Format Talk, contemporary hit radio
Language(s) Mandarin and Cantonese
Owner Media Prima Bhd.
Sister stations Fly FM, Hot FM and Kool FM
Webcast Webcast link
Website www.onefm.com.my

One FM is a Malaysian Chinese-language radio station. Initially starting with broadcasts in the Klang Valley, it is now broadcast nationwide. One FM is owned by Media Prima Berhad.

DJs[edit]

As of April 2011, the full-time DJs in the station are:

Name Program
Chinese Pinyin Anglicised Nickname
林羽乘 Lin Yucheng Max Lim Max one FM 音乐50不叽喳 (one FM 50 Non-Stop Music)
one FM 新鲜出炉 (one FM Fresh From The Oven)
陈淑琪 Chen Shuqi Tan Suk Kee Suki one FM 音乐50不叽喳 (one FM 50 Non-Stop Music)
翁书尉 Weng Shuwei Nicholas Ong Nicholas one FM Happy Hour
one FM 劲爆30排行榜 (one FM Top 30)
唐纬颜 Tang Weiyan Wayne Thong Wayne one FM Happy Hour
one FM 劲爆30排行榜 (one FM Top 30)
林志遵 Lin Zhizun Kyan Lim Kyan one FM 快乐点 (one FM Happy Dedication)/ one FM K2K Pop
谭踊斌 Tan Yongbin Ham Yon Pin Lucas one FM 快乐点 (one FM Happy Dedication)
one FM 溜溜party (one FM Liu Liu Party)

Part-time DJs include Apple, Sven, Jess, Yvevonne, and Woody, who host the weekend shows together with the full-time DJs.

Frequencies[edit]

  • 88.1 MHz from Gunung Ulu Kali (Genting Highlands), Selangor covers Klang Valley, South Perak, West Pahang and parts of Negeri Sembilan (Nilai).
  • 87.8 MHz from Gunung Jerai, Kedah covers Kedah, Langkawi, Perlis, Penang and Taiping
  • 87.6 MHz from Gunung Kledang, Perak covers Ipoh, Hilir Perak, Manjung, Kinta Valley, Kuala Kangsar and Cameron Highlands. Frequency originally was 87.5 MHz, changed to 87.6 MHz during trial transmission.
  • 88.1 MHz from Gunung Ledang, Johor covers Malacca, Tampin, Gemas, and North Johor (Muar, Ledang, Segamat, Batu Pahat and Kluang)
  • 100.4 MHz from Bukit Pelindung, Pahang covers Kuantan, East Pahang and South Terengganu
  • 88.3 MHz from Bukit Gan, Negeri Sembilan covers Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
  • 95.7 MHz from Bukit Karatong, Sabah covers Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
  • 98.3 MHz from Bukit Djin, Sarawak covers Kuching, Sarawak
  • 105.3 MHz from Taman Sentosa, Johor covers Johor Bahru, Pontian, Kulai, and Kota Tinggi.

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