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|Broadcast area||Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, part of Indonesia and Thailand|
|Slogan||Travel N Music|
|Frequency||Varies depending on its region|
|First air date||1 January 1950|
|Format||Talk, contemporary hit radio|
|Owner||Radio Televisyen Malaysia|
|Sister stations||Ai FM|
Radio Klasik FM
TraXX FM is an English-language radio station operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia. It started broadcasting on 1 January 1950 as the Blue Network and the station broadcast nationwide thus reaching neighbouring Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia and Thailand. The station operates 24-hours a day, with the news at every hour.
The station used to be known as "The Blue Network", "Radio 4" and "Radio Malaysia Channel 4".  The then-The Blue Network was located in Singapore and later moved to Kuala Lumpur in 1950.  It was Malaysia's only English language radio station until 1994, in which the monopoly was broken by the launch of TIME Highway Radio. 
The name "TraXX" (in use since April 2005, as a part of re-branding of RTM's radio stations) is derived from the word 'TRACK' and 'XX', the later denoting the old tagline 'Xperience the Xcitement'. The station's initial tagline was 'Travel and Music' after re-branding to a tourism-oriented radio station.  It then switched back to "Experience the Excitement" to suit its current role as an information based radio.
As with all its sister channels under RTM, TRAXX FM broadcasts the news every hour.
|17:00||Main news/parliament report: Afternoon edition|
|19:00||Business news/main news (non-working days)|
|21:00||Main news/parliament report: evening edition|
Each news bulletin above is about 10-minutes long. Other news updates are three-minutes long.
|90.3 MHz||Kuala Lumpur Tower||Kuala Lumpur|
|100.1 MHz||Gunung Ulu Kali||Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, West Pahang, and South Perak (including Tapah)|
|101.1 MHz||Gunung Brinchang||Cameron Highlands|
|90.1 MHz||Gunung Kledang||Ipoh and Central Perak|
|105.3 MHz||Bukit Larut||Taiping, North Perak and southern parts of Penang|
|88.7 MHz||Gunung Telapa Burok||Negeri Sembilan and South Selangor|
|97.4 MHz||Gunung Ledang||Melaka and North Johor|
|102.9 MHz||Gunung Pulai||South Johor, Singapore and Batam Islands|
|88.5 MHz||Bukit Genting||Balik Pulau, Penang. Frequency used to be 90.1 MHz, changed in early 2013.|
|98.7 MHz||Gunung Jerai||Kedah, Perlis, and Penang|
|98.4 MHz||RTM Gerik||Grik|
|105.3 MHz||Bukit Pelindung||Kuantan, East Pahang, South Terengganu|
|98.9 MHz||Bukit Bauk||Dungun, Terengganu|
|89.7 MHz||Bukit Besar||Central Terengganu|
|97.0 MHz||Bukit Bintang||Besut, Terengganu|
|104.7 MHz||Teliput||Kota Bharu, Kelantan|
|89.9 MHz||Bukit Istana||Jerantut, Pahang|
|105.9 MHz||Bukit Dedap||Sik, Kedah|
|91.7 MHz||Bukit Palong||Baling, Kedah|
|92.9 MHz||Bukit Tinggi||East Johor (Mersing)|
|90.8 MHz||Bukit Tangki Air||Jeli, Kelantan|
|98.5 MHz||Bukit Bakar||Machang, Kelantan|
|105.3 MHz||Gunung Kinabalu||Central Sabah|
|90.7 MHz||Telipok||Kota Kinabalu, Sabah|
|91.10 MHz||Keningau, Sabah & Tenom, Sabah|
|97.1 MHz||Gunung Andrassy||Tawau, Sabah|
|94.3 MHz||Bukit Trig||Sandakan, Sabah|
|90.3 MHz||Bukit Timbalai||Labuan|
|90.5 MHz||Gunung Silan||Lahad Datu, Sabah|
|89.9 MHz||Gunung Serapi||Kuching, Sarawak|
|104.5 MHz||RTM Miri||Miri, Sarawak|
|92.3 MHz||Sarikei, Sarawak|
|98.5 MHz||Bukit Setiam||Bintulu, Sarawak|
|102.5 MHz||Bukit Lima||Sibu, Sarawak|
|102.3 MHz||Bukit Mas||Limbang, Sarawak and Brunei|
|94.7 MHz||Bukit Senggora||Maran, Pahang|
|CH 702||All||myFreeview (terrestrial)|
|CH 872||All||Astro & NJOI|
|2009||Best Radio Programme||UNICEF International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) Regional Awards||Listen Up!||Won|||
|2018||Outstanding Achievement in Broadcast Media||Red Ribbon Media Awards||The Morning Show Special Interview on World AIDS Day: Treatment Literacy, Awareness and Sensitization||Nominated|||
- January 1996: A listener from Penang called in during one of the station's shows to relate his recent experience with a member of the police force. At a roadblock, a policeman had stopped him for allegedly drinking and driving, and asked for a bribe from the listener. When he said that he did not have money with him, the policeman allegedly told him that he could call someone to bring him the money. When he said that he did not have a phone, the policeman allegedly offered him the use of his mobile phone. After the show, SAC Supian Amat lodged a police report against Patrick under the instruction of Rahim Noor, then the Inspector-General of Police (Malaysia), resulting in Patrick being called to the police station for interviews. The media went to town with this issue; famous local cartoonist Lat drew a satirical cartoon on the incident which was published in the New Straits Times.
- During a broadcast of 'Midnight Magic', broadcaster Patrick Teoh hosted a show in conjunction with the release of the American film Interview with a Vampire starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Antonio Banderas, Christian Slater and Kirsten Dunst. A listener claiming to be a vampire called in, wanting to dispel all myths associated with vampires. The show received very high listener ratings. The following day, RTM received multiple complaints from other listeners objecting to the 'promotion of myths', claiming that their children and elderly became traumatized from listening to the show. Teoh took a 2-week vacation to let the furore die down.
- "That time we were interviewed on Malaysian National Radio: TraXX FM". Nomadic Boys. 21 August 2015.
- "Radio ads record highest first quarter share in 10 years". The Sun (Malaysia). 22 May 2009.
- Chen, Grace (31 March 2016). "Storyteller takes a break from radio to spend time with son and mother". The Star.
- "Malaysia's TraXX.fm wins regional children's broadcasting radio award". UNICEF. 28 September 2009.
- "HISTORY OF RADIO & CRM". Commercial Radio. Retrieved 28 September 2018.
- Nurbaiti Hamdan (15 July 2008). "Traxx FM to help promote Malaysia to all". The Star. Retrieved 28 September 2018.
- "Red Ribbon Media Awards 2018: "Words, images as powerful as treatment, science in ending AIDS."". AnneEdwardsTV.com. 13 July 2018. Retrieved 28 September 2018.
- TIME Magazine – Asia Edition – February 18, 2008 Vol. 171, No. 6. Asiaweek.com (20 January 2013).
- CHAPTER 8: CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS; Freedom of Expression. Webcitation.org.