Pattaya tv guide, Information about Pattaya TV & radio channels English language radio, television, magazines and newspapers in Pattaya…
There are several English language radio stations and cable television companies based in Pattaya, as well as various local magazines and newspapers.
English Language Radio In Pattaya
The following radio stations broadcast in Pattaya and most are available online:
- Yes2Day: Local information and news in English with easy listening music
- Pattaya 105 FM: 24-hour radio station playing classic hits and latest chart music. International news bulletin every hour.
- 97 Pattaya Tourist Station: Mostly Thai music with some international hits and a little English language
- Pattaya Bay Radio: Multilingual radio station available on 103 FM in Pattaya and the Eastern Seaboard. Mixture of pop music and community news. Programmes are broadcast in English, Swedish, Norwegian, Japanese and Thai
- Kiss FM
- Nova FM
Television – Cable and satellite company’s in Pattaya
In Pattaya and Jomtien there are three main cable companies providing some programmes in the English language including local news, lifestyle features, movies and some sport.
- Sophon Cable TV Pattaya: The schedule is published on the Pattaya Mail website
- Tel: 038 410 591
- Banglamung TV
- Tel: 038 367 497-8
- Jomtien Cable TV
- Tel: 038 232 444
- True Major Sattellite Service Provider
- Tel: 02-725-2525
- TMN – Cable TV
- Tel – 038 249734
Printed Media In Pattaya
The newspapers and magazines listed below are for English readers and can be found at some bookshops in Pattaya. Free magazines and newspapers can be found in tourist shopping centres or pubs. Delivery is available and many of these can be viewed online.
- Explore Pattaya & East Coast: Free magazine issued fortnightly covering restaurants, hotels and useful information for tourists
- Pattaya Grapevine: Free monthly magazine with local news and lifestyle articles published by Pattaya Today. Latest editions can be downloaded from the Pattaya Today website
- Pattaya Trader: Free monthly classifieds magazine distributed in Pattaya and Jomtien
- The Pattaya Guide: Free entertainment and dining lifestyle magazine
- What’s On Pattaya: Fortnightly magazine with information of events and activities for tourists in Pattaya and Jomtien
- Pattaya Daily News: English language newspaper in Pattaya
- Pattaya Mail: Weekly newspaper with local and national news
- Pattaya People: Weekly newspaper available in print and online with local news, classifieds and information
- Pattaya Times: Bi-monthly newspaper with local and national news
- Pattaya Today: Local and Thai news, classifieds and information on the local community, sports and dining out
- Bangkok Post: National English language newspaper in Thailand available throughout Thailand
- The Nation: National newspaper with local and international news in English.
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