What frequency is Lite FM?

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What frequency is Lite FM?


Frequencies Broadcast area Transmitter site
105.7 MHz Klang Valley Gunung Ulu Kali
104.4 MHz Perlis, Kedah & Penang Mount Jerai
89.3 MHz Taiping, Perak Bukit Larut
101.5 MHz Ipoh, Perak Gunung Kledang

What is playing on Lite FM?

106.7 Lite FM Music

  • Stand By YouRachel Platten 9:14 PM.
  • drivers licenseOlivia Rodrigo 8:30 PM.
  • Just the Way You AreBruno Mars 8:12 PM.
  • Don’t You Want MeThe Human League.

Who owns Lite FM?

The station is owned by iHeartMedia. 106.7 Lite FM live is one of the most listened to radio shows in the area and online.

Who is non Lite FM?

Listeners can enjoy new addition, Aanont Wathanasin (Non), veteran and versatile radio host, joining familiar voice, Asha Gill in ‘The Lite Breakfast with Asha and Non’, every Monday to Friday, from 6am till 10pm.

What is Mix FM frequency?

94.5 FM
Related stations MIX FM is a Malaysian national radio station managed by Astro Radio, a subsidiary of Astro Holdings Sdn Bhd, broadcast at frequency 94.5 FM in Kuala Lumpur.

What is Hitz FM frequency?

92.9 FM
Hitz FM, 92.9 FM, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Free Internet Radio | TuneIn.

What just played on KROQ?

Fri 15.07

Live Blink-182 – Stay Together For The Kids
22:12 Kate Bush – Running Up That Hill
22:09 No Doubt – It’s My Life
22:06 Jimmy Eat World – Something Loud
22:02 Killers – Mr. Brightside

Can we listen to radio online?

Listening to the radio has become very easy on the Internet. You can listen to your favorite radio stations from all over the world directly in your browser. With radio.net, everyone has a free radio search engine and the right receiver at the same time.

Who is Karen Carson?

Karen Carson was born in Corvallis, OR, received her B.A. in 1966 from the University of Oregon and her M.F.A. from UCLA in 1971. In 1994 she was an artist in residence at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She began exhibiting in 1969 at the Atheneum Gallery, CalTech, Pasadena and Cirrus Gallery in 1973-1977.

What does Wltw stand for?


New York, New York United States
First air date January 1, 1961
Former call signs WRVR (1961–1980) WKHK (1980–1984)
Call sign meaning LiTe FM NeW York
Technical information

Where is Rod Monteiro now?

Right now, Rod is back in Singapore, hosting ONEFM 91.3’s Saturday morning show, and remotely hosting two weekend shows on Astro Radio’s Lite FM, making Rod Monteiro the first radio DJ to host radio programmes in two countries, a first for Singapore and Malaysia.

How many radio stations are there in Malaysia?

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.

Did Rod leave Mix FM?

After parting ways with One FM, Astro offered him the Mix FM morning show job “almost immediately”, which was why he made the big shift across the Causeway with his wife Joyce, a 49-year-old housewife, and son Darion, 20. Monteiro says: “I like to put the sails up, and where the wind takes me, I go.”

Where is Hitz FM located?

Profile. Hitz FM is an entertainment radio station located in Accra, Ghana.

Which FM plays English songs?

English Songs radio stations

  • Radio Mango 91.9.
  • Radio Mirchi English Love.
  • Cassette Radio.
  • Kiss FM.
  • Radio City International.
  • Radio Yes FM.
  • Radio DC.
  • Radio Schizoid – Chillout / Ambient.

What kind of music does KROQ play?

KROQ-FM (106.7 FM) is a commercial radio station licensed to Pasadena, California, serving Greater Los Angeles. Owned by Audacy, Inc., it broadcasts an alternative rock format known as “The World Famous KROQ” (pronounced “kay-rock”).

What is KROQ number?

KROQ on Twitter: “Call now! 1-800-520-1067” / Twitter.

Can you beat Karen?

Try as much as you want, there is no way you can beat Karen Travers during this boss fight. However, you must fight against him and give him as much damage as possible.

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