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  2. Radio Thailand - Wikipedia

    The station has six FM national radio, 65 FM provincial radio, three AM national radio, 46 AM provincial radio and World Service. Some Radio Thailand provincial radio stations can be received in neighbor countries of Thailand like Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar. Founded on 25 February 1930 as Radio Bangkok of Phaya Thai and initially ...

  3. National Broadcasting Services of Thailand - Wikipedia

    Radio Thailand is the radio division of NBT. It was established on 25 February 1930 and currently comprises 5 AM, 6 FM radio stations and World Service, a foreign language international shortwave radio station launched on 20 October 1938.

  4. Radio Thailand World Service - Wikipedia

    Radio Thailand World Service is the official international broadcasting station of Thailand.It was launched on 20 October 1938 under callsign HSK-9. Owned by the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand, the station broadcasts in 10 languages: Thai, English, Chinese, Burmese, Lao, Khmer, Malay, German, Japanese and Vietnamese.

  5. Category:Radio stations in Thailand - Wikipedia

    Pages in category "Radio stations in Thailand" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. ... Radio Thailand Satun; S. Seed 97.5 FM; Sunshine Radio ...

  6. List of radio stations in Asia - Wikipedia

    MOE Radio. The National Assembly Radio and Television Broadcasting Station (TPChannel) TP Radio (or Radio Parliament) Royal Thai Army Radio Network (127 Stations) JS Signal Radio (Signal Department) The 1st Division, King's Guard Radio Station. TV5 Radio (only service served in Bangkok ) FM 93.5 and 103.5 MHz.

  7. Thai Public Broadcasting Service - Wikipedia

    Thai PBS is a public television station broadcasting on UHF Channel 29. The station broadcasts on a frequency formerly held by the privately run channel, iTV. Thai PBS tested its broadcast by connecting to a temporary signal for broadcasting to the special programs chart which had been appropriated by Television of Thailand (TVT or TV 11 ...

  8. Seed 97.5 FM - Wikipedia

    Seed 97.5 FM ( Thai: ซี๊ด เอฟเอ็ม) is a radio station owned and operated by MCOT and based in Bangkok, Thailand. It broadcasts over the 97.5 MHz FM frequency in the Greater Bangkok area, and is repeated nationwide through MCOT Radio's regional network. Seed 97.5 FM ceased broadcasting on 1 January 2017. [1] It was replaced ...