RNK AM918-, which is also called Radio Cambodge, has a long and interesting history. It was founded in 1946 in Phnom Penh, which was then a part of French Indochina. The station was first set up with Japanese equipment. After Cambodia got its independence, it became known as Radio Diffusion Nationale Khmère (National Khmer Radio).
In 1961, TV started sending out test signals, and on February 2, 1966, it started sending out real signals. Over the years, the station has had many different names. In 1975, it was called the Voice/TV Station of the National United Front of Cambodia, and in 1976, it was called the Voice of the Kampuchean People (VOKP, 1979).
In 1983, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was set up. This helped regulate the broadcasting industry in Cambodia. In 1994, state television and radio were put under the Ministry of Information and split into separate companies so that the public could get better service.
Today, RNK AM918- still gives Cambodians news and entertainment shows. The station is committed to giving accurate and reliable news coverage as well as a variety of entertainment programs that appeal to a wide audience.
Overall, RNK AM918- has been an important part of Cambodia’s history of radio and television. Cambodians trust it as a source of news and entertainment because it is dedicated to serving the public and putting on high-quality shows.