Previously known as National Radio, National FM was established shortly after Namibia’s independence in 1992 and it broadcasts in the official language, English. It covers 98 percent of the country on varying frequencies for different areas.
Radio became the first station to broadcast in stereo in 1994. The station prides itself of not only being the voice of the nation but also as a player in the process of nation building. Through programmes such as the popular “People’s Parliament”, a phone-in programme where listeners call in with their concerns and opinions about any issue, National Radio has played a key role in promoting the democratic principles of free speech and expression. National Radio is on air 24/7 with a variety of programmes catering for all sections of the Namibian population.
Presently National Radio’s programme schedule starts at 06hrs to 24 hrs. and stays on air with automated music till 06:00 the next morning.
Location and Frequency Broadcast from Windhoek on 92.6
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