Some of you might already know of its existence but to those who don’t, yup, make no mistake.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has launched its multilingual portal as well as an online radio, MACC.FM.

MACC FM

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From what we know, MACC.FM launched a little earlier this month and its purpose is to “educate the public on corruption issues and improve the confidence of the public in the commission”.

Its tagline is “My Anti-Corruption Channel”.

All at the same time, MACC also launched its new official portal, which has been “beefed up” to become more user-friendly as it is now accessible in 3 languages – Malay, English, and Mandarin. But we digress.

MACC’s deputy chief commissioner (Prevention) Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said that he was confident that MACC.FM would empower MACC’s efforts to spread the anti-corruption messages to the public through announcements, advertisements and interviews with relevant individuals.

MACC fm
Source: macc.fm

He added that the medium was created following the MACC Action Effectiveness Perception Survey 2015 which revealed that 70% of the respondents understood anti-corruption message spread through radio.

Internet users can listen to MACC.FM online via their website. And that’s not all. There’s even a MACC.FM app available via the Google Playstore and Appstore.

Go ahead, tune in. Let us know what you think.

Source: Bernama via TMI.

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