SPH Media Limited manages and operates five radio stations, MONEY FM 89.3, ONE FM 91.3, Kiss92, 96.3好FM and UFM100.3 and the free digital audio streaming app, Awedio.
MONEY FM 89.3 targets English speakers aged 35 years and above who takes an interest in everyday personal finance matters. The station's weekday line-up includes Lynlee Foo, Ryang Huang and Rachel Kelly from 6am to 9am, Michelle Martin from 9am to 12pm, Hongbin Jeong from 1pm to 4pm, and Elliott Danker, Timothy Go and Chua Tian Tian from 4pm to 7pm.
ONE FM 91.3 is an English music station playing all the greatest hits from the 80s’ to now. The fun and dynamic station targets forward-thinking professionals aged 40 and above, appealing to both genders. It’s all about the good times and greatest hits!
Kiss92 gives fans All The Great Songs in One Place. Kiss92 entertains with a team of DJs brimming with fun and energy! Join Glenn, Angel and The Flying Dutchman in the morning from 6-10am, be inspired for workday lunch with Charmaine Phua from 10am-1pm, catch up with all the day's happenings with Charmaine Yee from 1-4pm, before hitting up with Joshua Simon from 4-8pm and wrap up your day with The Owls; Juliana Yeow, Nat Koh, Shawnrick Hu and Daphne Khoo from 8pm till midnight.
96.3好FM, SPH Radio's brand new station, targets bilingual Singaporeans aged 45 years and above. Tune in on weekdays to hear Jing Yun (菁云), De Ming (德明) and Jie Qi (杰奇) from 6am to 10am, Anna Lim (安娜) from 10am to 1pm, Li Yi (丽仪) and Guo Xian (国贤) from 4pm to 8pm.
UFM100.3 is a highly-charged Mandarin music station which targets working professionals aged between 35 – 49 years. The station’s weekday drive-time programmes are anchored by Wenhong (文鸿), Limei (丽梅), Xiaozhu (小猪) & Andrew (靖禾) from 6am to 10am, Kemin (克敏) from 10am to 1pm, Yuling (于玲) from 1pm to 4pm, Cheng Yao (承尧) and Wei Long (伟龙) from 4pm to 8pm and Xinying (欣盈) from 8pm to 12am.
Awedio is SPH’s free digital audio streaming app which provides all-day local entertainment with uninterrupted live streaming of SPH Radio stations, SPH news publications’ audio offerings, and local podcasts.