TV3 was launched on June 1, 1984, with the slogan "Sukaramai Series." Malaysian Television System (STMB) or TV3 was launched as Malaysia's first private television. He is part of Media Prima Bhd. TV3 began broadcasting in the Klang Valley, (around Kuala Lumpur, the largest city in Malaysia) on June 1, 1984.
In July 1984, TV3 organized a direct coverage of the Los Angeles Olympics, the United States, the first channel in the country. This is evidenced by the increase in STMB Shares on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange in April 1988.
Since its launch, TV3 has outperformed other television stations in Malaysia and has twice reached 51% of the audience (January 12-January 18, 2003 and June 29-July 5, 2003), the hottest viewers ever seen by Malaysian television stations. In terms of advertising revenue, the union sets its leadership position and continues to generate steady growth in revenue from advertising. TV3 continues to increase its strengths for expense and delivery, and its staff receive continuous training and surgery in television publications. This helps TV3 to remain a leading private commercial broadcaster.
With Malaysia's economic recovery, there is a general demand for local programs, including news, current affairs, magazines, talks, entertainment, science, drama or films. With a stable foundation, television broadcasting revolutionized domestic content spending for stunning levels in the broadcasting industry.
TV3 station has been a pioneer by producing quality programs and has attracted the attention and loyalty of Malaysian audiences. Believing that placement of broadcasting is a way, TV3 continues to unite employees and equipment to produce quality local content. However, the station also broadcasts quality colorful designs.
TV3 is now broadcast in UHF (ultra high frequency), but also in the Valley of Klang in VHF (higher rate) wave III Channel 12. In the Klang Valley, the UHF channel is 29.