Newscaster Raymond Goh passed away

Raymond Goh
Malaysian Newscaster Raymond Goh passed away at 62.


Raymond Goh, a former anchor from Malaysia who was best known for hosting TV3’s Nightline newscast, died on Tuesday. Read on to know more about Raymond’s death.

How did Raymond Goh die?

The famous newscaster “Raymond passed away peacefully this morning after bravely battling the effects of a stroke.

“We would like to express our gratitude to his friends and supporters for the outpouring of love and support during this trying period,” his family said in the statement.

Once again, the family of Raymond would like to express our gratitude to his friends and supporters for the outpouring of love and support during this trying period,” the veteran newscaster’s wife Faridah Teh, and family said in the statement

Raymond Goh cause of death:

Raymond Goh passed away after suffering the effects of a stroke. He died at at Assunta Hospital in Petaling Jaya this morning. He had a stroke on August 30. 

Goh has more than 30 years of expertise and is renowned for having a golden voice in the media. He will be missed by many for being down to earth, humble, and easily approachable by many younger professionals in the field. 

About Raymond Goh:

Raymond Goh, the well-known host of TV3’s Nightline newscast, is referred to as “the man with the golden voice.”

He was known for his generosity and kindness. Goh regularly mentored those who wished to improve their speaking skills and presentation quality during a career spanning over three decades.

Netizens expressed their strong resonation with Goh’s latest involvement in the #BacaBeritaChallengeTV3 on TikTok by saying they missed his renowned voice.

Goh, known as “The man with the golden voice” by Tatler Malaysia, has provided his voice for a large number of advertisements, documentaries, and corporate videos.

He has extensive expertise in the field of news reporting, having anchored the now-canceled radio programme ‘Talk Radio’ on Astro before later returning to TV3 to host the Nightline newscast in November 2007.

Tributes to Raymond Goh:

Shuen Shuen posted,

Still in shock over the loss of this esteemed industry veteran. His contributions and legacy in our field are truly remarkable, and his passing leaves a void that will be deeply felt.
A senior who was always so welcoming, so humble and easy going. He was always in the visual editing room before air-time, engaging in small chats with colleagues, cracking some jokes. He even sent me good luck text before my last day at Media Prima.
We recently started training sessions and who would have thought that 29th august has now became our our last session

Raymond Goh TV3 Tribute Page posted,

Dearest Raymond, I am still in a state of shock as you took the transition into the non physical realm. However, I trust you are at peace now at a much better place. I am beyond grateful for your generosity, wisdom and guidance to me on appreciating the beauty of my voice. Thank you for showing up in my Toastmasters International Patricia Yap, DTM’s Passion Leadership Odyssey leadership journey. May you rest in eternal peace.

Sung Hyong-kim posted,

Raymond Goh, a gifted man with a golden voice had passed away. May he rest in peace and may comfort & all affairs be made smoothly for his family.

Sim Wei Lim posted,

I cant imagine this is the first time and also out last time actually meet physically, im glad that you tought me so much on how to speak properly in clubhouse during MCO, staying late all night chit chat be great mentor and friend,
Thank you for all the knowledge as gift to me, will treasure it forever! Rest in Peace Uncle Raymond Goh

Joshua Lim posted,

To a person that I look up to dearly.
To some of us he is called mentor, a friend, the voice, the man but to all us he is a Malaysian!
You will be surely missed, sir!


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