TEA FM to come on air on Saturday

JUST FOR YOU: Programme manager of TEA FM, a new Kuching-based Chinese radio station owned by KTS Group of Companies, Jean Lai (fourth left), sale and marketing manager Robin Lee (fifth right) and other staff in a photo call with Minister of Local Government and Community Development Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh who is also Second Finance Minister during a courtesy on him at his office in Petra Jaya, Kuching. Wong hopes the TEA FM would promote the culture of the local communities and help to foster closer relationship among the various races.

JUST FOR YOU: Programme manager of TEA FM, a new Kuching-based Chinese radio station owned by KTS Group of Companies, Jean Lai (fourth left), sale and marketing manager Robin Lee (fifth right) and other staff in a photo call with Minister of Local Government and Community Development Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh who is also Second Finance Minister during a courtesy on him at his office in Petra Jaya, Kuching. Wong hopes the TEA FM would promote the culture of the local communities and help to foster closer relationship among the various races.

TEAfmAd_Eng-Edition2KUCHING: TEA FM based in Kuching will come on air here on Saturday (Aug 1) and in Sabah on Aug 8.

Kuching listeners can tune to FM102.7 to listen to TEA FM while the frequency in Kota Kinabalu is FM102.8.

With the slogan ‘Always With You’, TEA FM programmes will be broadcast 24 hours with fantastic music and the latest news updates.

TEA FM is a Chinese-medium channel that will also be presented in some Chinese dialects. There will also be some English programmes.

From 6am to 10am will be ‘Morning Call’ sharing useful information to start the workday, from 10am to 12pm – ‘Music Time’ to entertain listeners with various songs, 12pm to 4pm – sharing of useful tips for working people, 4pm to 7pm – entertaining afternoon, 7pm to 8pm – music space, 8pm to 11pm – ‘On the Beat’ playing English songs, 11pm to 6am – music non-stop with no deejay.

The young and passionate team behind the radio station, which is running its trial broadcast this month, wants to bring listeners an entertaining and informative radio experience.

TEA FM will expand its coverage in the near future.

TEA FM, which is owned by KTS Group of Companies, will collaborate with newspapers such as See Hua Daily News, The Borneo Post and Oriental Daily.

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