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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 was formerly known as Blue Network, Radio 4 and Radio Malaysia Channel 4. TraXX derives from the word 'TRACK' and the 'XX' denotes the old tagline 'Xperience the Xcitement'. TraXX FM tagline is 'Travel and Music' after re-branding to a tourism radio station. It then switched back to "Experience the Excitement" to suit its current role as an info-based radio. The current name was in use since April 2005, as a part of re-branding of RTM's radio stations. It was Malaysia's only English radio station until the 1990s.
As with all its sister channels, 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 Pulau Pinang|
|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, Penang and Langkawi|
|98.4 MHz||RTM Gerik||Grik|
|105.3 MHz||Bukit Pelindung||East Pahang|
|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|
|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|
|2009||Best Radio Programme||UNICEF International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) Regional Awards||Listen Up!||Won|
- "That time we were interviewed on Malaysian National Radio: TraXX FM". Nomadic Boys. August 21, 2015.
- "Radio ads record highest first quarter share in 10 years". The Sun (Malaysia). May 22, 2009.
- "Storyteller takes a break from radio to spend time with son and mother". The Star (Malaysia). March 31, 2016.
- "Malaysia’s TraXX.fm wins regional children’s broadcasting radio award". UNICEF. September 28, 2009.