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In Brief: Hang Meas radio

In Brief: Hang Meas radio

A new radio

station belonging to the Hang Meas Production Company is to begin

broadcasting in Phnom Penh this month, station staff said Wednesday.

Hang Meas Radio, which will feature songs produced exclusively by its

parent company, will broadcast at 104.5 FM from 6:00am to midnight

seven days a week. "We set up this radio station to expand the business

[of our] production company," said one staff member, who did not wish

to be named. "I really believe that our radio station can be

competitive."

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