Full list of Malaysia online news media 2022
Online News and Newspapers have combined to create this new page. Many newspapers didn’t have an online presence when the two pages were first featured in 1999, and even those that had didn’t post the most recent news there out of concern that it would hurt print sales. Well. All of that has changed with the times.
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- Berita Harian – National Malay newspaper, BH Online
The New Straits Times Press owns the Malay-language daily newspaper BH, which is published in Malaysia. As Malaysia’s first major newspaper, it was originally published on July 1st, 1957. Its Sunday Edition, BH Ahad, was launched on 10 July 1960.
- Bernama – Malaysian National News Agency
The Malaysian National News Agency, sometimes known as Right Now, is a news organisation run by the Malaysian government. It is an independent organisation that reports to the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia. Berita Nasional Malaysia is known by the acronym Bernama, which also means named or titled in Malay.
- Borneo Post – Sabah, Sarawak, East Malaysia newspaper, Utusan Borneo
The Borneo Post, which was founded in 1978, is East Malaysia’s most popular and widely read English-language daily newspaper.
- China Press 中國報 – National Chinese newspaper
Henry Lee Hau Shik founded the Malaysian daily China Press, which made its debut in Kuala Lumpur on February 1 of that year. Following the publishing of a court news article on May 13, 1969, China Press was placed on administrative leave for one month.
- Daily Express Sabah – East Malaysian newspaper
The Daily Express is a sister publication of the Overseas Chinese Daily News and is published in Sabah, Malaysia. With an average daily circulation of 33,790 copies, it is the largest daily newspaper in Sabah.
- Digital News Asia – Technology & IT industry news, DNA
The ICT ecosystem is covered by the independent news portal Digital News Asia (DNA), as well as business trends, entrepreneurs, startups, industry movers and shakers, and the impact of digital disruption on conventional industries.
It began live in May 2012 and has full-time editors and journalists covering Kuala Lumpur, Singapore (as of September 2014), and Jakarta (as of September 2015).
- Free Malaysia Today – Online news portal, FMT
Since 2009, Free Malaysia Today has been an independent, bilingual news website providing information in both English and Bahasa Malaysia that focuses on Malaysian current events. With 11.83 million hits per month, it is one of Malaysia’s most frequently visited news websites.
- Guang Ming Daily 光明日報 – National Chinese newspaper
A Chinese-language newspaper called Guang Ming Daily is printed in Malaysia. It was formed by Aw Boon Haw, who also launched the Sin Chew Daily, and was formerly known as Sin Pin Jit Poh or Sin Pin Daily. Penang served as the home base for Sin Pin Daily. In 1986, it stopped publishing as a result of significant managerial changes.
- Harian Metro – National Malay newspaper, myMetro
The New Straits Times Press owns the daily newspaper Harian Metro in Malaysia. The Klang Valley’s first Malay daily afternoon tabloid was launched on March 25, 1991, whereas morning tabloids had already been created in other parts of Malaysia. It is now the most widely read newspaper in Malaysia, regardless of language.
- Ipoh Echo – Ipoh community news
- Malay Mail Online – Online news portal with sister newspaper
The oldest newspaper in Malaysia, founded in 1896, has developed into a dependable digital source for news that matters to Malaysians on a local and global scale.
Since 1896, Malay Mail has been doing that, but by being digital first, we can offer you the news as it happens.
- Malaysia Chronicle – Online news portal
- Malaysiakini – Online news portal, Mkini, malaysiakiniTV
Online news source Malaysiakini is available in Malay, English, Chinese, and Tamil. On desktop and mobile devices, Malaysiakini receives more than 2.3 million page views per day. Malaysiakini.com was listed as the 13th most popular website in Malaysia by Alexa in 2015.
- MyCen News – Aggregated Malaysian, regional and world news, also science, health, lifestyle & tech
An aggregration of breaking news, local news, world news, tech news, lifestyle news, science news, health news, entertainment news and more.
- Nanyang Siang Pau 南洋网 – National Chinese newspaper, 南洋商报
- New Sarawak Tribune – Sarawak daily
The New Sarawak Tribune was suspended when the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons were published, and the Sarawak Tribune was later revived. It is an English-language Malaysian daily that is published in Kuching, Sibu, and Bintulu in Sarawak.
- New Straits Times – National English newspaper, NST
An English-language newspaper called New Straits Times is produced in Malaysia. It was established as The Straits Times in Singapore on July 15, 1845, making it the oldest newspaper currently in publication in Malaysia. On August 13, 1974, it was relaunched as the New Straits Times at the direction of the Malaysian government.
- Oriental Daily 马来西亚东方日报 – National Chinese newspaper
- Overseas Chinese Daily News 华侨日报 – Sabah Chinese newspaper, OCDN
Overseas Chinese Daily News is a Chinese language newspaper in Malaysia.
- Sin Chew 星洲网 – National Chinese newspaper, mySinChew
Website: http://www.sinchew.com.my/ or http://www.mysinchew.com/ (English)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SinChewDaily or https://www.facebook.com/mysinchew (English)
- Tamil Nesan – Tamil newspaper
A newspaper in Tamil produced in Malaysia was called The Tamil Nesan. It was founded in 1924 and, until its dissolution in 2019, the nation’s longest-running Tamil newspaper.
- The Ant Daily – Online news & commentary
- The Edge Markets – Business, share market & financial news
With headquarters in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, The Edge Media Group is a publisher of business and financial magazines in both Malaysia and Singapore.
- The Heat Online – Online news & commentary
- The Malaysian Insider – Online news portal, TMI
The Malaysian Insider was a multilingual news website in Malaysia. It routinely placed among the top 100 websites in the nation when it was at its busiest. According to Alexa, it was Malaysia’s 57th most visited website in June 2009. In April 2009, Compete.com calculated that it received over 19,000 unique visitors.
- The Rakyat Post – Online news portal
A digital media organisation in Malaysia is called The Rakyat Post. Although it was established in 2013, it stopped being a news platform in 2016. It was resurrected in April 2019 as a non-news media organisation under new ownership and management.
- The Star – National English newspaper, Staronline
The Star is an English-language newspaper in Malaysia. It was started in 1971 as a local newspaper in Penang and is now based in Petaling Jaya. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has the greatest paid English newspaper readership in Malaysia.
As a local publication located in Penang, the daily newspaper debuted on September 9th, 1971. When The STAR established its new office in Kuala Lumpur on January 3, 1976, it began to be distributed throughout the country. The newspaper’s main office was moved to Kuala Lumpur in 1978. Over time, the Star’s wings have been growing. It relocated its corporate headquarters from Kuala Lumpur to Petaling Jaya in 1981, where it still resides today, in order to house an expanding workforce and technological equipment.
- The Sun Daily – National English newspaper, theSundaily
The Sun is the first national free daily tabloid newspaper published in Malaysia. Available Monday through Friday, excluding public holidays, and geared for white-collar employees and young urban adults. Sun Media Corporation Sdn Bhd, a division of the Berjaya Media Group, is the publisher.
Under the Act, Sun Media Corporation Sdn Bhd (SMCSB) was established on July 19, 1991, as a private limited company under the name Fikiran Abadi Sdn Bhd. Its name was changed to Sun Media Group Sdn Bhd on December 8 of that year, and on August 22, 1998, company adopted its current name.
The Sun newspaper, an English-language national daily that was first published in 1993, is the primary operation of SMCSB. The Sun newspaper was revived as a free national daily on April 8, 2002.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Thesundaily/ *
- Utusan Malaysia – National Malay newspaper, Utusan Online
Utusan Malaysia is a Malaysian Malay-language daily newspaper. The newspaper is currently owned by Media Mulia, having formerly been held by the Utusan Group.