Ikim FM is a radio station broadcasting from Malaysia since 2001. This is an Islamic radio station that broadcasts 24 heures par jour, 7 jours par semaine. Radio IKIM is also Malaysia’s very first Islamic radio that broadcasts around the clock. The station’s mission is to
“Spread Islamic Knowledge And Values Through The Medium Of Radio.”
Ikim FM’s History
Radio IKIM was launched by the then Prime Minister, YAB Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad on 6th July 2001 by the Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia. Formerly RFM used its frequency before switching to 104.9 MHz in the Klang Valley in early 2000. Listeners can also access the radio in Singapore, Brunei, the Batam islands in Indonesia, and southern Thailand. IKIM FM frequency Kuala Lumpur is 91.5 MHz.
IKIM FM is available nationwide in Malaysia. The station can be heard on FM frequencies in major cities, as well as online at liveonlineradio.net.
Programs on Radio IKIM
The radio broadcasts Islamic shows on topics such as Quran recitation, Islamic lectures, and discussions on various topics related to Islam. It also features Islamic entertainment by broadcasting Islamic music and nasheeds. Its prime vision is to promote the understanding of Islam and its teachings among muslims in Malaysia and its surrounding areas. Radio IKIM has recorded its number of listeners past one million listeners and the loyalty of Radio IKIM listeners is increasing every year.
Some of its popular programs are:
- Kuliah Maghrib
- Zikir Pagi
- Solat Hajat
- Mutiara Hati
- Muhasabah Diri
- Sembang Santai
Ikim FM is a unique radio station in Malaysia that offers Islamic content 24/7. It is a great platform for Muslims to learn more about Islam and its teachings. This radio station can be accessed through various media such as radio, online streaming and mobile applications. Ikim FM is a great example of how technology can be used to spread Islamic knowledge and promote understanding of Islam.
Site Internet: radio.ikim.my
Langue: malais, English and Arabic
Numéro de contact: +60 3-6204 6200
Adresse: No.2 Langgak Tunku off Tuanku Abdul Halim (Jln Duta), Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie.