Radio Lagos

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Radio Lagos
CityLagos
Broadcast areaLagos State
Frequency107.5 MHz FM
Language(s)Mixed indigenous and English
Transmitter coordinates6°37′10.767″N 3°21′12.719″E / 6.61965750°N 3.35353306°E / 6.61965750; 3.35353306Coordinates: 6°37′10.767″N 3°21′12.719″E / 6.61965750°N 3.35353306°E / 6.61965750; 3.35353306
OwnerLagos State Radio Corporation

Radio Lagos 107.5 FM (also known as Tiwa n' Tiwa) began operations in 1977 as an offshoot of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation. It is the first state-owned FM radio station in Lagos State

The station originally operated on two A.M. Frequencies (990 kHz.303mtrs and 918 kHz.327mtrs). The need for transformation produced Radio Lagos 107.5 FM (Tiwa n'Tiwa) under the control of the Lagos State Radio Service in 2001.

Radio Lagos is the first predominantly specialized, language station with over 98% of its transmission in Yoruba and Egun, and approximately 2% for English bulletins. The station target audience includes Yoruba speaking listeners in Lagos and Nigerian diaspora.[1]

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  1. ^ Haris Aslam (20 November 2014). "Radio Lagos 107.5 Online". RadioAfrican.

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