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July 06,1995 Obtained its broadcasting license from the Ministry of Information, Royal Government of Cambodia under the umbrella of the Cambodian Association for Economic Development (C A f E D).
August 06,1996 Beehive Radio (SAMBOK KHMUM RADIO) FM105 MHz started broadcasting its programs in the first time.
September 15, 1996 Spun off the C A f E D to become SONANDO CO., TLD CO-2376/96P, a private entity.
 May 07, 1997 Beehive Radio was plagued by harassment from weapon wielding thugs dispatched by authorities that shall remain nameless.  Individuals dressed in police and military uniform looted the home of the station owner, Mr. Mam Sonando, the Beehive Radio Station itself and offices at the following address: China Town Hotel No. 46, St. 214, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In the aftermath, the  Royal Government promised to compensate Mam Sonando for the damage incurred during the incident in the amount of $70,000  USD. But to date no one penny has been received.
September 07, 1998 The Royal Government took action to suspend the license of Beehive Radio and forced it to shut down its operations and cease its  broadcasts due to its report of spontaneous mass popular demonstrations taking place after the announcement of the results of the 1998 national elections. The Royal Government accused Mam Sonando of causing insurrection.
March 01,1999 SAMBOK KHMUM RADIO Restarted its operation after new government had been established.
September 01, 1999 Beehive Radio started its broadcasts of programs from the Voice of America and Radio Free Asia.
October 24, 2002 The Royal Government stopped Beehive Radio's Voice of America and Radio Free Asia live broadcast programs.
July 11, 2003 Beehive Radio Station restarted its news broadcasts from the Voice of America and Radio Free Asia.
 July 26, 2003 Beehive Radio's airwaves were boosted from 1 KW to 5 KW in spite of the Cambodian government's conserted efforts to prevent  this from occurring. Beehive Radio now reaches a much wider audience in Cambodia.
 .................... Beehive Radio's airwaves were boosted from 1 KW to 10 KW.