, formerly known as Radio Malaysia Johor
and Radio 3 Johor Bahru
is a Johor
operated by Radio Televisyen Malaysia
out of the Johor state capital Johor Bahru
. It broadcasts in Malay and features local news and Malaysian music, 18 hours a day from 06:00 to 00:00. Johor FM was one of the first regional radio stations in Malaysia.
- November 7th 1963 - Stesen Johor Bahru went on air for the first time on AM
- June 4th 1966 - the station was officiated by the then Sultan of Johor, Sultan Sir Ismail Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ibrahim.
- August 30th 1988 - Radio Malaysia Johor Bahru went FM Stereo
- October 20th 1988 - Radio Malaysia Johor Bahru was split into two - its FM stereo transmitter was taken over by a new station called FM Stereo Johor Bahru (FMJB) and RMJB went back to old AM 521 kHz.
- August 31st 1989 - RMJB changed its name to Radio 3 Johor Bahru.
- January 1 1992 - Radio 3 Johor Bahru went back to FM broadcasting.
- January 1 1993 - Radio 3 Johor Bahru started broadcasting 18 hours a day, from 06:00 to 00:00 daily.
- 1994 - Radio 3 Johor Bahru and FMJB moved to the brand new Kompleks Penyiaran Sultan Iskandar (Sultan Iskandar Broadcasting Complex).
- 31 August 1998 - Radio 3 Johor Bahru changed its name to Radio Malaysia Johor (RMJ).
- 2 June 2005 - Radio Malaysia Johor came to be known by its current name Johor FM.
- September 2006- The RTM Tower, the 317 meter high transmitting mast at the Johor Bahru station was dismantled.
- FM 101.9 MHz from Gunung Pulai transmitter site covering South Johor and Singapore
- FM 92.1 MHz from Bukit Tinggi transmitter site covering East Johor
- FM 105.3 MHz from Gunung Ledang transmitter site covering North Johor and Melaka
- AM 1053 kHz in East Johor
- AM 576 kHz in South Johor and Singapore