Watch Voice of Nigeria Live TV from Nigeria



Watch Voice of Nigeria Live TV from Nigeria

General TV Channel / The Voice of Nigeria (VON) is the official international broadcasting station of Nigeria. Founded in 1961, the Voice of Nigeria began life as the External Service of the then Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (now Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria).

Then Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa commissioned the service. The nation’s growing commitment informed the need to have an external channel through which authoritative information about the African situation could be disseminated to the entire world. Even then, its transmission, using a 10 kW HF transmitter, was limited to West Africa for two hours daily in English and French. Broadcast hours increased to six in 1963 with the commissioning of five prototype RCA 100 kW transmitters.

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VOICE OF NIGERIA (VON) came into existence in 1961 as the External Service of the then Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) which later became the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN). Given the importance attached to external broadcasting the late Prime Minister, Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa commissioned a 10KW HF transmitter which broadcast programmes for two hours a day. The broadcast was mainly targeted at West Africa in English and French languages. In 1962, two years into its operation – its relevance became more registered as 40 hectares of land was acquired by the Government at Ipakodo, Ikorodu for a befitting transmitting station for an external broadcasting service. Five prototype RCA 100KW HF transmitters were installed and commissioned in 1963.

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