TVS’ Sarawak Decides programme to be aired daily


KUCHING: The ‘Sarawak Decides’ (SD) programme on TVS will be on air everyday at 9am, discussing various topics from politics, economy to social issues, as Sarawak heads to the polls on Dec 18.

According to a statement on Monday (Nov 29), the programme consists of live news, info capsules of the 82 state constituencies and live crossovers with TVS reporters statewide.

“On top of that, it also features analysts like Dr Jeniri Amir, Datuk Dr Madeline Berma, Dr Arnold Puyok and many more.”

For the record, the programme first went on air a week after the dissolution of the Sarawak Legislative Assembly, and has received positive feedback from viewers.

“At TVS, we believe in ‘informing, educating and entertaining’. As such, facts, data and information are presented in an engaging way using 3D animated graphics.

“Discussions on nation building issues should never be dry and boring. That is why our team uses state-of-the-art graphics technology to present the information for our audiences,” said TVS chief executive officer Suhaimi Sulaiman.

Sarawak Decides is on TVS channel 122 Astro and MyTV. It is also available on TVS social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok.

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