|Owner||Federal Government of Somalia|
|Language||Somali, Arabic, English|
Established during the colonial period in Italian Somaliland, Radio Mogadishu initially broadcast news items in both Somali and Italian. Transmissions in Somali at the station first began in 1943, concurrent with the start of Somali language programming in Radio Djibouti. Radio Mogadishu was modernized with Russian assistance following independence in 1960, and began offering home service in Somali, Amharic and Oromo.
After closing down operations due to the civil war that broke out in 1991, the station was officially re-opened in the early 2000s by the Transitional National Government of former President of Somalia, Abdiqasim Salad Hassan.
Prior to the Somali Army's ultimate pacification of the capital in August 2011, Radio Mogadishu operated from a walled compound guarded by armed soldiers. The station's staff routinely broadcast news, talk shows and music despite threats of violence.
- Ahmed Ali Kahiye, director
- Ali Abdulqakir Ali Meykal, reporter
- Mohamed Kaafi Sheikh Abukar Editor 
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- Radio Muqdisho.net Archived 2010-11-27 at the Wayback Machine.
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