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New Life Post
New Life Post is a bi-weekly newspaper which is circulated every Wednesday and Saturday. It was first published in 1972 and currently a member of Media Chinese International Limited. The editorial encompasses a wide range of sections such as Personalities, Crime Cases, Gambling, Investigative Serial...
Circulation: 113,397 Readership: 255,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 4,368
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New Sabah Times
New Sabah Times is the first established paper with the widest coverage in Sabah Region published in 1953, previously known as North Borneo News or Kinabalu Sabah Times. It is owned by Innna Kinabalu Sdn Bhd, provides local and foreign news in English, Malay and Kadazan Dusun.
Circulation: 16,084 Readership: 134,550 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,016
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New Sarawak Tribune
Sarawak Tribune, Sarawak's oldest and first newspaper started publication in 1945 in Kuching. Renamed New Sarawak Tribune in May 2010, the newspaper remains the foremost title in the city of Kuching and is particularly popular among employees of the Sarawak state government and professionals. P...
Circulation: 47,380 Readership: 142,140 Cost (FPBW): RM 6,912
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New Straits Times
The oldest newspaper in Malaysia traces its roots back to a weekly journal printed in 1845. The Straits Times has gone through several transformations most significantly, the name change to New Straits Times and downsize from a broadsheet to a compact version. Its strong conviction for a stable, pro...
Circulation: 55,886 Readership: 261,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 15,576
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Oriental Daily News
Oriental Daily News is a newspaper with quality content that is distributed in West Malaysia. The paper was launched on 1 January 2003 in Broadsheet format by KTS Group. On 1 July 2007, Oriental Daily News had a new facelift into a compact-size Chinese Newspaper. Today, the paper has established a ...
Circulation: 85,616 Readership: 317,160 Cost (FPBW): RM 8,800
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Overseas Chinese Daily News
Overseas Chinese Daily (OCDN) hit the streets of Jesselton (now, Kota Kinabalu) on March 1, 1936 as a mimeo single sheet paper. It was the first daily in Sabah (formerly, North Borneo) and was published on irregular basis and only became the 7-day publication in 1972. The impartial commentaries, acc...
Circulation: 13,045 Readership: 63,216 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,295
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See Hua Daily News
See Hua Daily News is the largest and best selling Chinese language daily newspaper on the island of Borneo. It is widely circulated in the Sarawak and Sabah including Labuan & Brunei. The newspaper first hit the newsstand in 1952 and is a member of KTS Media Berhad which is part of the KTS Group. ...
Circulation: 95,541 Readership: 237,720 Cost (FPBW): RM 10,908
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Sin Chew Daily
Sin Chew Daily represents the most widely circulated Malaysian Chinese newspapers which were founded in 1929. It has become a highly influential part of media landscape in Malaysia and achieve huge number of readership, making it not only the largest circulating Chinese newspaper in Southeast Asia, ...
Circulation: 364,739 Readership: 1,390,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 43,460
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Sinar Harian
Sinar Harian is a 100% regional newspaper in the Peninsula which was first published in 2006 by Kumpulan Karangkraf Sdn Bhd. Created to cater to the needs of readers according to their individual state. The uniqueness of this newspaper is that each district within the state is allocated with a mobil...
Circulation: 160,000 Readership: 509,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 7,168
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SME Connect is the Malaysia’s first Chinese SMEs (Small & Medium Enterprise) business newspaper. The objective of this newspaper is act as an intermediary to disseminate important policy information and messages from Government to bosses of SMEs directly
Circulation: 30,000 Readership: 90,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 12,210
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