Radio Sarika began in October of 2008, after taking over the management of Star FM. Radio Sarika features a wide variety of content, mainly split up into shows which run for an hour or more. Up-to-the-minute news reports are broadcast hourly. Show topics include youth and teens, women, traffic, requests, the environment, human rights, news and current affairs, employment, life and leisure, Western music, Khmer music, and more.
Beginning of 2009, Sarika FM continued its broadcast with regular programming of news and educational radio programs. Today, Sarika FM is slowly accumulating its market share in the airwaves based on the participation of listeners in its radio programs. At the end of the first quarter of 2009, CCIM operated another radio station in Siem Reap province with a power of 5 kilowatt through a leased agreement for 12 hour airtime. During the year, Sarika FM has a coverage area, by both stations, of 14 provinces out of 24 provinces and municipalities.
Radio Sarika is the official station broadcasting the Radio Voice of Democracy (VOD) programs which broadcast fresh, fair, and independent news and information on current affairs in Cambodia, and provides the opportunity to participate in listener discussions through its interactive radio programs.