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KBS 1Radio
KBS Radio One
Type Radio networks
Country Phinbella
Availability AM/FM: Phinbella
Satellite: Phinbella and neighbouring
Owner Keopuchean Broadcasting System
Launch date -28BP
Former names KBS Radio (-28BP--20BP)
KBS 1Radio
KBSOneRadio.png
Broadcast area Phinbella
– near national coverage
Frequency TQ711-AK: AM 711 kHz ...more
TQ92.3-AK-SFM: FM: 92.3 MHz ...more
Programming
Format News, Talk, Culture, Sports
Ownership
Owner Keopuchean Broadcasting System
KBS 2Radio,
KBS 3Radio,
KBS Classic FM,
KBS Pelangi FM,
KBS Pilihan FM,
KBS Cartoon FM
History
First air date
TQ711-AK:
10 January -28BP (-28BP-01-10)
TQ92.3-AK-SFM: December 1, -12BP (-12BP-12-01)
Call sign meaning
TQ
AM 711 kHz or FM 92.3 MHz
A
KBS
Links
Website phinfanmade/broadcasting/kbs/radiokbs

KBS One Radio or known as KBS 1Radio and KBS Radio 1, is a news, talk, entertainment and information radio network owned by Phinbellan public broadcaster, Keopuchean Broadcasting System. It is a radio network that has less commercial advertising and offers local and national programming. The network is available via AM and FM and it can be heard nationwide.

KBS 1Radio broadcasts 24 hours a day in national programming from Negara Awan, while local stations broadcast with a number of regional programming (including local identification at the top of the clock and at 04:53 NAT/06:13 PPT daily, the stations at the Straits Settlements, Yapreayan settlements (including Cyborges), dependent territories and Tampines at 05:53 NAT and PPT daily and closing transmission at 20:00 NAT or 21:00 PPT daily) to all listeners.

Summary

The main slogans for KBS 1Radio are "Phinbellan Main Channel" (Saluran Utama Untuk Rakyat Phinbella), "Phinbellan Awesome Channel" (Saluran Terbaik Untuk Rakyat Phinbella) and "Spread Information, Generate Inspiration" (Menyebar Informasi, Menjana Inspirasi). The tagline for all the local stations of the KBS 1Radio network is different, as is the tagline for the National Network or National Broadcast which is "Always in the Heart" (Sentiasa Di Hati). Its main programming is news and current affairs, in accordance with its three main slogans, among other programming is entertainment such as music, sketches and radio dramas, as well as sports coverage and social education and various other information.

It also broadcasts weather information three times a day which is in the morning for the daytime forecast, in the evening for the evening forecast and at night for the next day's forecast. It also provides weather warnings at 05:55 NAT, 14:55 NAT and 23:55 NAT, and fishing weather warnings at 03:00 NAT (for the start of local broadcasts in the eastern area) and 04:30 NAT (for the start of broadcasts local in the western region).

In the past, social education programs (now known as KBS Phinminjok) were retransmitted at dawn and midnight, and programs produced by the Phinbellan Forces Broadcasting System and programs for the disabled (transferred to KBS 3Radio) were also broadcast. Most local radio stations, especially AM stations, broadcast regional and foreign language broadcasts at certain times, and they continue to this day. Meanwhile, local stations in the Taemhwanian Sangunese-speaking area broadcast broadcasts in Sangunese and it's creoles in the afternoon.

Most local stations start broadcasting at 04:50 until 02:00 the next day, with a tie-in from the National Network to take over its late night broadcasts. And there are some local stations (especially in Phinbellan dependent territories (Tanah Tōnán'hyôrï, Permata Mutiara and Ross Dependency) and remote areas either in the Free area of the Federation and in Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan) that start their local broadcasts starting at 05:50 in the morning and ending at 18:00 in the evening without continuing to broadcast from the National Network. Test tone broadcasts for technical maintenance take place at 04:40 am for ten minutes before starting the broadcast and at 02:03 for 10~17 minutes before switching to the National Network, and most local stations broadcast test broadcasts before and after the local broadcast on at 05:20 and 18:03 for 30 minutes.

All AM broadcasts are received well subject to technical maintenance at the transmitting station, except for coverage areas that receive full Standard FM broadcasts in either stereo or mono, which includes the Phinbellan Unincorporated Territory.

History

The beginning of KBS radio began in -54BP when a foreign engineer brought the first radio set into the Permata Islands (Phinbella) on January 10, -54BP. With the entry of the radio, the Permata Islands Regional Wireless Association was established which started broadcasting with 300 meter waves. This was followed by the establishment of the Hebrides Base Wireless Association in -50BP as well as the Phinean Republic District Wireless Association in -44BP. In -37BP, the first license was issued on August 1 in the name of the head of the Phinean Republic District Wireless Association named Kim Joo-se.

On January 10, -28BP, a week after the celebration of Maal Hijrah, the Radio Broadcasting Department was established under the name of Community Broadcasting Corporation and started radio broadcasting on the same day, with a recording of Maal Hijrah celebration and a speech from the Ruler of the State of Forajasaki representing the kings and the head of the princely state in the Phineonesian region, it broadcasts with a wave of 300 meters at a broadcast frequency of 711KHz. There is a studio located in Tampines broadcasting for forty five minutes starting at 20:00 NAT to 20:45 NAT. The range of the single 1.2Kw transmitter is only five miles around Tampines and surrounding areas.

In recent years, several radio stations have been established in several different places such as in Batu Sepoy, Pos Pamekasan, Pulau Rintis, Rimba Raya, Springwind Islands and several other places, and all of them are affiliated with the Community Broadcasting Corporation but broadcast local programming by broadcasting headquarters broadcast for two to three hours. And from there, CBC operates two networks namely Tampines Central Network and Dominion Network, privately owned affiliates which are local radio stations affiliated with CBC are Dominion Network stations and broadcast local content.

Following that, the CBC until changing to KBS in -17BP was the main broadcaster and regulator of broadcasting in Phinbella until -10BP. It used these roles to take most of the clear channel frequencies on the AM band.

In -22BP, the CBC Radio Network began broadcasting commercial adveristing as an one way to generate radio revenue. In -21BP, CBC radio operations moved to Tampines Federal Building replacing its temporary studio in Kruchong. In the same year, the CBC started running different programming on the four existing FM stations in Tampines, Springwind Islands, Pulau Rintis and Rimba Raya, which has provided simulcast programming on the AM frequencies of the four stations. It broadcasts monaural FM signals. The programming on all four of its FM stations consists of presenting the songs of its time. In -17BP, following the merger of the radio and television services and the rebranding of the CBC as the Keopuchean Broadcasting System, the radio service was known as Radio Keopuchean and the local service was known as Radio Keopuchean Dominion Network. Since then, social education broadcasts (before moving to the KBS Phinminjok network) as well as defense broadcasts and programs for the elderly and disabled (before moving to KBS 3Radio) were broadcast on Radio Keopuchean and the Dominion Network.

In -12BP, the local broadcast service known as the Dominion Network was discontinued and the Dominion Network was disbanded, but local broadcast service was resumed four years later in stereo and also returned to broadcasting in AM. On 1 December -12BP, KBS Radio began broadcasting through the Standard FM frequency of 100.2MHz transmitted from the Santa Maria transmitter station, Tampines. On November 10 of the same year, Radio Keopuchean changed its name to Radio KBS or KBS 1 Radio. Radio KBS local service is gradually broadcast in Standard FM frequencies but in mono waves, whereas AM frequencies are broadcast in stereo waves.

Starting January 1, -10BP, the main station of Radio KBS broadcast from Tampines was renamed as Radio KBS Siaran Nasional. Since -10BP, Radio KBS began to increase its current affairs and documentary content, using live news and current affairs coverage that delivers accurate information to listeners, but it does not neglect to deliver entertainment and songs according to listeners' tastes. The change in the Radio KBS network or KBS 1Radio started with an interview show that was broadcast on the national network known as Sawancara where it was broadcast in the evening. Soon after, the change began to spread to regional or local broadcasts of KBS 1Radio including a segment of the morning show that develops live radio for three to four hours, it combines "survival information" on news, weather forecasts and traffic reports, with interviews and documentaries on local, regional and national affairs, as well as radio drama and entertainment such as comedy and songs.

Until -6BP, the KBS 1Radio network was signed off the air between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. every day after the extension of its broadcast time. However, on September 20, -6BP, Rangkaian Nasional or Siaran Nasional began broadcasting 24 hours a day by launching an overnight program slot, Radio One Di Sepanjang Malam, which broadcasts national and international news, as well as documentary programs, radio dramas and non-stop entertainment.

Starting on 28 February -2BP, the National Network was broadcast on Standard FM 92.3MHz from the Menorah Transmitter Station, Tampines with a power of 10kW, replacing its previous frequency which was closed a day later.

Since the -10BPs, some of KBS 1Radio's local stations switched to the Standard FM frequency in response to public complaints about poor AM reception, it also included the National Network frequency, most of the stations that switched to SFM broadcast in mono only. Therefore, in RP 2600 to the end of the RP 2600s, the local station frequencies in the existing SFM switched to Stereo and some mono SFM frequencies were added. Although there are a few local KBS 1Radio stations still broadcasting on AM waves, due to AM radio signal reception issues in urban areas, most of the remaining AM stations have added FM rebroadcasts in major urban centers within their broadcast area.

In RP 2601, when KBS moved its headquarters to Hulu Teming, the transmitting station in Tampines ended its national broadcast with the SFM frequency of 92.3MHz and was replaced by a new frequency for local broadcasts, also moved to the transmitting station in Hulu Teming, then broadcast with the same frequency.

In RP 2606, defense and military programs and programming were discontinued, and programming for the elderly and disabled was transferred to KBS 3Radio, rural programs still continue on some local stations.

Starting January 1, RP 2609, the National Network or Siaran Nasional was branded as Nasional FM, but the terms "National Network" and "Siaran Nasional" are still maintained until now.

In RP 2614, when Bandar Baru Fatin became the capital of Phinbella, a frequency that was broadcast for the National Network was SFM 93.8MHz. On August 1, RP 2616, when KBS moved its headquarters to Negara Awan, the National Network's main frequencies of AM 711kHz and SFM 92.3MHz were moved from Hulu Teming to the transmitter station in Bukit Berawan (near its new headquarters) on August 8, while the National Network's frequencies in Hulu Teming was maintained to operate same as in Negara Awan plus a local broadcast frequency.

KBS 1Radio stations

National Network (Nasional FM)

Callsign Frequency Power Transmitter location Coverage area
TQ711-AK-AM AM 711㎑ 500 kW Tanjong Piandon
TQ92.3-AK-SFM FM 92.3㎒ 10 kW Bukit Berawan Negara Awan, New Territories (Phinbella)
10 kW Hulu Teming
FM 93.8㎒ 10 kW Padang Penghujung Dunia Territory of Flower
FM 88.5㎒ Tampines
Territory of Hōkaïdán, Judea and Nán'yō Islands
FM 95.3㎒ 100 kW Maritime Kachi Kochi
FM 98.1㎒ 100 kW Bukit Mas Territory of Soccsksargen, Pinnacle Strip and SSS Islands
FM 107.1㎒ 5 kW Tamar Transmitter Straits Settlements
FM 100.5㎒ 50 kW Qyzylorda-Sud Transmitter Oriental Digital Sebelah, Kamoveropo, Libertador General Bernard O'Higgins
FM 90.9㎒ 1 kW Balor Puang Transmitter Westorney
50 kW Gunung Lavin Orange Free State
FM 91.7㎒ 50 kW Gunung Kledang Cyberaya
1 kW Kampung Logit Politama
FM 96.6㎒ 1 kW Kota Hilir
FM 88.9㎒ 50 kW Gunung Lutong Danville-Providenciales-Kota Iskandar Metropolitan Region
FM 101.9㎒ 50 kW Western Nijima
FM 105.7㎒ Plazas de Irian
FM 101.9㎒ Sixty-Four Villages Eastern Islands
Halim
FM 88.1㎒ Niuē i Taman Lawang
FM 92.1㎒ 50 kW Gunung Semersak Phinéas Padolski and Paju Cantonment
20 kW Penarik Exchange CNNPT
20 kW Bukit Serapi Islands of Dong Ping
FM 92.7㎒ 100 kW Chugowaken-yama Taemhwanian Mainlands
FM 95.3㎒ Kaki Shinjuku Territory of Taemhwanian Frontier Settlements Area
FM 100.3㎒ Spitsbergen and Islas Kelvina

Other stations

Call sign Regional markets Territory Frequencies
TQ1230-SP-AM San Fransōkyō-Ume Momo-Rintis Island Maritime Kachi Kochi AM 1230㎑ FM 91.1㎒ FM 90.1㎒
TQ96.1-KF-SFM Drumsite, Phosphate Hill, Rocky Point FM 96.1㎒ FM 88.7㎒ FM 91.9㎒ FM 88.3㎒ AM 567㎑
TQ99.1-CF-SFM Yapreayan settlements and Cyborges FM 99.1㎒ FM 95.3㎒ FM 103.7㎒ AM 621㎑ AM 963㎑
TQ88.5-VK-SFM Springwind Islands Straits Settlements FM 88.5㎒ FM 104.7㎒ AM 1152㎑
TQ89.4-TP-SFM Providenciales Bonin Islands and Seberang Pyojin FM 89.4㎒ FM 102.9㎒
TQ91.3-PT-SFM Tannyeugwa Square and Phinéas Padolski Territory of E.A. of the Refugee Camp and Immigrant Settlements Area FM 91.3㎒ FM 103.7㎒ AM 891㎑
TQ105.1-TG-SFM Mount Gambier FM 105.1㎒
TQ1323-FP-AM Phinéas Padolski outlying islands AM 1323㎑ AM 1161㎑ AM 1584㎑ AM 1341㎑ AM 1368㎑ AM 1026㎑
TQ96.3-AY-SFM Negara Awan and New Territories Federal Special Capital Territory FM 96.3㎒ FM 90.3㎒
TQ540-KA-AM Tampines and Konohagakure Phinbellan Unincorporated Territory AM 540㎑ AM 774㎑ FM 97.1㎒ FM 97.9㎒ FM 106.5㎒
TQ88.9-AI-SFM North Point FM 88.9㎒ FM 88.1㎒ FM 89.9㎒ FM 94.7㎒ FM 107.3㎒ AM 882㎑
TQ104.7-FG-SFM Channel Islands FM 104.7㎒
TQ1400-CS-AM Pantai Palau-Bassas da Cheju-Hyulwon AM 1400㎑ AM 750㎑ FM 92.5㎒ FM 101.5㎒
TQxx Padang Polo Exchange
TQ104.8-xx-SFM Melekeok-Fica i Fedja-Laila FM 104.8㎒ FM 87.5㎒
TQ1098-CJ-AM Permata Mutiara Permata Mutiara AM 1098㎑ FM 90.3㎒ FM 103.3㎒ FM 97.1㎒
TQ990-SJ-AM Lojing Ross Dependency AM 990㎑ FM 93.7㎒
TQ747-QV-AM Tanah Tōnán'hyôrï Tanah Tōnán'hyôrï AM 747㎑ FM 100.1㎒ FM 93.6㎒ FM 99.1㎒ FM 88.3㎒
TQ99.9-DK-SFM Tri-State Area Tri-State Area FM 99.9㎒ FM 99.5㎒
TQ990-IG-AM Kota Iskandar Province Wellesley and Suyaj-Ardab AM 990㎑ FM 89.3㎒ FM 95.7㎒
TQ90.7-QT-SFM Batu Balik Plazas de Irian FM 90.7㎒
TQ90.5-CV-SFM Saint Martin FM 90.5㎒ FM 99.5㎒ FM 92.3㎒
TQxx Irianlander Islands
TQ94.5-KH-SFM Islands of Dong Ping Islands of Dong Ping FM 94.5㎒
TQ104.8-KQ-SFM Politama Politama FM 104.8㎒ FM 87.5㎒
TQ100.9-KI-SFM Cyberaya Cyberaya FM 100.9㎒ FM 88.7㎒ FM 90.7㎒ AM 738㎑
TQ1188-KP-AM Kampung Raja Kelavit Highlands AM 1188㎑ FM 88.3㎒
TQ102.3-HA-SFM Kota Hilio Kota Hilir FM 97.5㎒ FM 91.9㎒ FM 90.3㎒ FM 88.1㎒ FM 102.3㎒
TQ1152-CW-AM Orange Free State Orange Free State AM 1152㎑ FM 97.1㎒ FM 95.5㎒ FM 100.7㎒
TQ94.1-QB-SFM Penarik CNNPT FM 94.1㎒ FM 90.7㎒ AM 1449㎑
TQ104.9-BP-SFM Liancourt Rocks Pinnacle Strip and SSS Islands FM 104.9㎒
TQ105.9-EP-SFM Sunshine Coast and coastal part of Dunkinopol Island Territory of Soccsksargen FM 105.9㎒
TQ860-KG-AM Regional Dunkinopol Island AM 860㎑
TQ963-ZK-AM Spencer Gulf and Naborstadt Nabor Klafterschft AM 963㎑
TQ675-IE-AM Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area AM 675㎑ FM 89.9㎒ FM 100.5㎒ FM 102.7㎒
TQ95.7-IN-SFM Iñderaqonır Oriental Digital Sebelah FM 95.7㎒
TQ99.5-KM-SFM Southern Oriental Digital Sebelah FM 99.5㎒ FM 97.5㎒ AM 657㎑
TQCY Halim Halim
TQ98.9-KK-SFM Sixty-Four Villages Eastern Islands Sixty-Four Villages Eastern Islands FM 98.9㎒
TQ91.5-WN-SFM Western Nijima Western Nijima FM 91.5㎒
TQQK Ҭvuҟovarь Oriental Hispanioéire Taemhwan
TQ675-xx-AM Kéijō-Martin-de-Viviès-Tanah Commodore AM 675㎑ FM 89.9㎒
TQ89.5-xx-SFM Charlotte Amalie FM 89.5㎒
TQxx Spitsbergen Islands
TQ94.7-IQ-SFM Toyohara FM 94.7㎒ FM 98.4㎒
TQ106.1-HG-SFM Niuē i Taman Lawang Niuē i Taman Lawang FM 106.1㎒

KBS 1Radio schedule

KBS 1Radio local programming

See also