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Sunday, June 03, 2012

Radio Free Sarawak

I post this article after reading zorro's post about a  Radio Free Sarawak anchorman, Peter John Jaban, abducted by Malaysian security forces – Police deny knowledge on the whereabouts of the popular indigenous radio presenter. 

Radio Free Sarawak is a an independent radio station broadcasting news for Sarawak’s indigenous communities and brings you the news you want to hear, not what the BN government wants you to hear. No one controls us, except you, the listeners of Sarawak . So tune in and get the information, news, interviews, reports and comment that you could never hope to hear on any of the government-controlled radio stations in Malaysia.

With the internet age, this free radio broadcast one have the option to listen on multiple platforms and all over the world and below, how to do it.

How To Listen to RFS (copied from their website)
You can listen to the show online in a multitude of ways:
  1. Website: On radiofreesarawak.org you can listen to the show. They are posted daily between 4-7pm. If the audio player doesn’t work you probably don’t have Adobe Flash installed. Go to Adobe’s website to install the Flash player. It’s free.
  2. Download: Download the show as an MP3 file – the link can be found next to each show. One episode is around 110 megabytes in size and may take some time to download depending on your internet connection.
  3. iTunes: Subscribe on iTunes using this link. You must have iTunes installed. You can download iTunes for freehere.
  4. RSS: Subscribe via our RSS feed using a RSS reader. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and allows you to automatically receive notifications when new shows come available. Recommended RSS programs are Google Reader (Browser based), Reeder (MAC) and Newz Crawler (Windows).
  5. On your mobile: You can listen to the show on your mobilephone. With Apple iPhone you can subscribe with iTunes and on Android devices you can install gReader, which is  free download from the Android Market.
  6. Social media: Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter to receive instant notifications when new shows are posted online.

RFS is also running a donation to support their campaign to buy and distribute more radio sets to be distributed to the indigenous communities in Sarawak. With Just £10, can buy a radio set that can be listened by several families in the longhouses.

These people have been deprived of real news about Malaysia and especially what is actually happening in Sarawak. 


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