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  2. Radio Thailand - Wikipedia

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    Radio Thailand ( Thai: สถานีวิทยุกระจายเสียงแห่งประเทศไทย) is the public radio station in Thailand, owned by the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand. The station has six FM national radio, 65 FM provincial radio, 4 AM national radio, 46 AM provincial radio and World Service.

  3. Radio Thailand World Service - Wikipedia

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    Radio Thailand World Service is the official international broadcasting station of Thailand. 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.

  4. Category:Radio stations in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Radio stations in Thailand" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). F Fabulous 103fm L Live 89.5 Radio M Met 107 R Radio Thailand Radio Thailand Satun S Seed 97.5 FM Sunshine Radio (Thailand)

  5. Sunshine Radio (Thailand) - Wikipedia

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    Sunshine Radio (Thailand) is a community radio station in Thailand which plays Thai adult contemporary music. It broadcasts in Pattaya, Hat Yai and Phuket. Its slogan is "Good Life, Good Music". Contents 1 Stations 2 Former stations 3 Frequencies 4 External links Stations Sunshine Radio Pattaya 107.75 Former stations Sunshine Radio Songkhla 94.5

  6. Radio Thailand Satun - Wikipedia

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    Radio Thailand Satun is a Thailand government radio station which is owned by the Public Relations Department. It broadcasts in Satun Province, parts of Trang Province, Songkhla Province and Phatthalung Province. It can be received in Malaysia in places such as Perlis, Langkawi, northern Kedah and Penang.

  7. Mass media in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    Thailand has 204 AM stations, 334 FM stations, and six shortwave broadcasters (as of 2011). As is the case with television, radio broadcasting is supposed to be regulated by the Broadcasting Commission (NBC).

  8. National Broadcasting Services of Thailand - Wikipedia

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    National Broadcasting Services of Thailand(Thai: สถานีวิทยุโทรทัศน์แห่งประเทศไทย) (NBT) is the broadcasting arm of the Government Public Relations Department (PRD), a division of the Thai Government. It operates comprehensive media services comprising radio, television networks (terrestrial and satellite), online services and social media. [3]