ABS-CBN radio shows launched in Malaysia

ABS-CBN corporation announced the launch of MYX Radio, MORe, and TeleRadyo on Malaysia's leading digital radio platform, SYOK of Astro Radio, as part of its endeavor to expand its reach across borders and cultures through various media and platforms.

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MYX Radio is a 24/7 radio streaming featuring fresh music around the world and mainstream hits. It is the perfect platform to discover new R&B, hip-hop, pop and dance music across the globe through custom curated programs and podcasts.

MORe is for lovers of Filipino music and celebrities as it not only airs contemporary middle-of-the-road tunes, but also offers talk shows starring the hottest names in showbiz.

TeleRadyo is a Philippine bilingual news channel delivering local and international updates from morning until late night. A mix of young and veteran presenters informs their audience with the latest happenings and bridge people through public service.

Astro Radio, Malaysia’s No. 1 radio network, offers Malaysians access to SYOK, a multi-lingual digital lifestyle and entertainment platform with more than 100 online radio stations, music, podcasts and more.

“ABS-CBN’s premium content and world-class talents have captured the hearts of Malaysians for years. In fact, the Malaysian adaptation of ‘Tayong Dalawa’ titled ‘Angkara Cinta’ ended its run as the most watched show on Astro Prima Channel at the height of the pandemic,” said ABS-CBN Global Managing Director for Asia Pacific Maribel Hernaez.

She added that, “With this partnership with Astro Radio, we hope to reach both Malaysians and Filipinos based in the country through music and news anytime, anywhere.”

“We are excited to welcome MYX Radio, MORe and TeleRadyo on board SYOK as we partner with ABS-CBN,” said Astro Radio and Rocketfuel Entertainment Chief Executive Kenny Ong.

He noted that, “As we continue to widen our reach to more diverse listener groups, we hope all users enjoy their experience on SYOK and the extensive range of music, information and podcasts available locally and abroad.”