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  2. The Star (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

    The Star (Malaysia) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Star ( MYX: 6084) is an English-language newspaper in Malaysia. Based in Petaling Jaya, it was established in 1971 as a regional newspaper in Penang. It is the largest paid English newspaper in terms of circulation in Malaysia, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

  3. The Malaysian Insider - Wikipedia

    The Malaysian Insider (also known as TMI, The Insider, or Malay Ins Ins) was a Malaysian bilingual news site. During its peak, it ranked consistently as one of the country's 100 most popular websites. In June 2009, Alexa ranked it as Malaysia's 57th most popular website. [1]

  4. List of newspapers in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    The Star – Owned by Malaysian Chinese Association Malaysia's largest and number one nationwide English-language tabloid newspaper The Sun – Malaysia's free nationwide English-language tabloid newspaper Malay Berita Harian – Malaysia's nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper Harakah – owned by Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS)

  5. Star (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    The Star (Amman newspaper), an English-language newspaper published in Amman, Jordan The Star (Malaysia) The Star (Pakistan), a Pakistani evening newspaper Star (Turkish newspaper) Europe The Star (London), a London evening newspaper founded in 1788, now defunct Daily Star (United Kingdom), tabloid newspaper published since 1978

  6. Malaysiakini - Wikipedia

    Malaysiakini (meaning in English: "Malaysia Now") is an online news portal published in Malay, English, Chinese and Tamil. Malaysiakini receives over 2.3 million page-views per day on desktop and mobile. Alexa ranked as the 13th most popular web site in Malaysia (first in term of online news portal) in 2015.

  7. Daily Express (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

    The Daily Express is an English-language newspaper in Sabah, Malaysia and the sister newspaper of the Overseas Chinese Daily News (OCDN). It is the largest daily newspaper in Sabah with an average circulation of 33,790 copies [1] daily. History [ edit] The newspaper was founded by Tan Sri Yeh Pao Tzu and it was first issued on 1 March 1963.

  8. Malay Mail - Wikipedia

    The Malay Mail is a newspaper in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, first published on 1 December 1896 when Kuala Lumpur was the capital of the then new Federated Malay States, making it the first daily newspaper to appear in the FMS. It started off as a free lunchtime paper with 100,000 copies circulated around the Klang Valley.

  9. List of radio stations in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    There are a total of 24 private and 44 government-owned radio stations in Malaysia. Stations owned by the government operate under the Radio Televisyen Malaysia ( RTM) group. Other stations such as BBC World Service, China Radio International and Voice of Vietnam are available in Malaysia via AM . Contents 1 Stations 1.1 FM stations