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883JiaFM

883 JIA FM
Broadcast area Singapore
Slogan Your Music, Your Station (你的音乐,你的电台)
Frequency 88.3 MHz
First air date 24 November 1997
Format Contemporary hits, English and Chinese
Owner SAFRA Radio
Fox Entertainment Group
21st Century Fox
Fox Radio Asia
Sister stations One FM 91.3
LiteFM
Power98FM
942WarnaFM (Coming Soon on 8 January 2016)
Webcast
  • *Web Player
  • *HLS stream URL (20 Kbps AAC+)
  • *DASH stream URL (20 Kbps AAC+)
Website 883jia.com.sg

88.3Jia FM (88.3 家 FM) is a Chinese radio station of SAFRA Radio and 21st Century Fox (Fox Radio) in Singapore. 88.3Jia FM is the only bilingual station in Singapore that plays both Mandarin and English all-time favorite ballads from the 1980s to current hits. Re-launched in 2007, 88.3Jia FM has since built a strong and loyal following with the 25 to 44-year-olds. The unique blend of 88.3Jia FM caters to the changing lifestyle of Singaporeans who are increasingly conversant in both Mandarin and English.

The station engages its listeners through various activities such as food tasting, leading travel tours, outdoor broadcasts as well as online through Facebook, Twitter, Weibo, WhatsApp and their very own website www.883jia.com.sg.

See also

External links

  • 883JiaFM Official Website
  • 883JiaFM Listen Live


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