Broadcasting in the Malay World: Radio, Television, and Video in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore (Communication and Information Science) download epub
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Radio Television Brunei or RTB is the state broadcaster of Brunei
Radio Television Brunei or RTB is the state broadcaster of Brunei. Radio Brunei made its first broadcast on 2 May 1957, with a television service starting on 1 March 1975. Radio Television Brunei also monopolies the free-to-air television in the country, and also radio until 1999, when the country's only commercial radio station, Kristal FM was founded.
Drew O. McDaniel, Broadcasting in the Malay World: Radio, Television, and Video in Brunei, Indonesia. Sex role portrayal in television advertising: A comparative study of Singapore and Malaysia. Radio frequency spectrum is a scarce resource and is essential for satellite communications. Efficient usage of frequency spectrum is therefore important to ensure that maximum can be operated within limited frequency bands without mutual interference.
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Timeline of the introduction of radio in countries. This is a list of when the first radio broadcasts to the public occurred in the mentioned countries and territories. Non-public field tests and closed circuit demonstrations are not referred to; neither are license dates or dates of the official opening. Sources: Blin, Bernard. Milestones in radio: the first half century (1895–1945). The UNESCO courier (February 1997), p. 16–21.
Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture, Malaysia. RTM TV1 and TV2 will launched in broadcasting Singapore Singtel mio TV on 4 November 2013 at 0000hrs. Norhyati Ismail (Director-General). Thus Radio Malaysia and Televisyen Malaysia's identities merged to become Radio Televisyen Malaysia (Radio Television Malaysia, RTM) in 1969. A second TV station opened also in the same year as its rebranding, and in 1971 Radio Malaysia became the first radio station to broadcast 24 hours a day, nationwide, thus becoming Rangkaian Nasional (National Network) in the process.
Malaysian television broadcasting was introduced on 28 December 1963. Colour television was introduced on 28 December 1978. Full-time colour transmissions were officially inaugurated on New Year's Day 1982.
Television and the public sphere in Indonesia after Reformasi’, in Television, regulation and civil society in Asia, ed. Kitley, Philip (London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003), p. 98.
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