RTM to air educational shows


PETALING JAYA: Starting tomorrow, national broadcasting station RTM will air educational programmes on a special channel called TV Okey during the movement control order (MCO).

The Educational TV programme slot aims to provide students with learning materials through alternative platforms besides online learning, the Education Ministry said.

It is an effort by the ministry and the Communications and Multimedia Ministry.

“Broadcast will start tomorrow for two hours daily between 9am and 10am, and 1pm and 2pm.

“This way, students without Internet access will not miss out on teaching and learning.

“They can still follow it at home through their television,” the ministry said in a statement yesterday.

The programme can be viewed for free through MyFreeview channel 110 and is available on Astro channel 146 and Astro NJOI.

Students with Internet access can visit https://myklik.rtm.gov.my/ “We hope this effort will be fully utilised by students, teachers and parents to ensure that students’ learning process will continue effectively even under these challenging conditions,” the ministry said.

The schedule is available at the Education Ministry’s official portal at www.moe.gov.my or on their social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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