Sukan RTM

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Sukan RTM
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Country Malaysia
Broadcast area
Headquarters Angkasapuri, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Language(s) Malay
Picture format 1080i HDTV
Owner Radio Televisyen Malaysia
Sister channels
Launched13 July 2018;4 years ago (2018-07-13) (trial broadcast)
1 April 2021;2 years ago (2021-04-01) (official broadcast)
Former namesRTM HD Sports
RTM Sports
Flag of Malaysia.svg myFreeview Channel 111 (HD)
Streaming media
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Sukan RTM (lit.'RTM Sports', formerly known as RTM HD, RTM HD Sports and RTM Sports, stylised as SUKAN rtm) is a Malaysian sports channel provided by RTM. The service was initially run as a trial from 2008, when it started during the Beijing Olympic Games and ended after the Summer Olympics finished. 10 years later, on 13 June 2018, RTM HD was officially launched as a trial broadcast exclusively on MYTV Broadcasting on channel 111. On 13 July 2018, RTM HD changed its name to RTM HD Sports as a free-to-air all-sports channel still in tests. [1] On 1 April 2021, RTM Sports was officially rebranded and launched with the name 'Sukan RTM' during the 75th anniversary of RTM along with 60th anniversary of RTM Orchestra. [2]


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