World Radio Day is an observance day held annually on 13 February to celebrate radio as a medium. It was proclaimed on 3 November 2011 by UNESCO's 36th General Conference after originally being proposed by the Kingdom of Spain.
World Radio Day 2020: Theme
The theme of this year’s World Radio Day is ‘Radio and Diversity’. It brings the focus on diversity, linguistic tolerance and plurilingualism
. Radio is a crucial medium to celebrate humanity, intercultural competence and democratic citizenship.
My favourite radio stations in Lagos are: Smooth FM, Nigeria Info & Classic FM
Below are my top 3 radio stations
Smooth 98.1Fm is my best radio station in Lagos because of their style of music and programming. If you don't like noisy music or Nigeria hip hop music, then Smooth FM is recommended for you as they only play R&B, Blues and Soul. I listen to Smooth FM everyday. Smooth 98.1FM hit the airwaves on November 14, 2009 as the first digital equipped radio station in Lagos, Nigeria. Habeeb Fasinro, a former member of the House of Representatives
, Fashinro is the proprietor of the Lagos-based Smooth 98.1FM, a hit urban radio station.
2. Nigeria Info FM Lagos.
Nigeria Info is the number 1 Talk, News & Sports Station. As a blogger, I listen to Nigeria Info to know the latest trends in politics, sports, entertainment etc. My favourite programmes on Nigeria Info is "Who Cares by Femi Ubong Daniels", Love & Life Loudge by Daniel Akpa, I Beg To Differ by Chukwudi & Nkwubi. etc. The owner of Cool FM is Amin Moussalli, a Lebanese businessman. Mr Amin Mousalli is the wealthy founder of Nigeria's leading radio stations Cool FM, Nigeria Info 99.3 FM and Wazobia FM, popular confectionery company, Chocolat Royal
3. Classic FM 7.3
If you like old skool music, Classic FM is recommended for you. The station has lots of educative and political programmes such as Books on Reviews, and The Discourse by Jimi Disu. Chris Ubosi is the founder and CEO of Megalectrics Limited. Megalectrics Limited comprises of 12 radio stations with branches across Lagos, Port Harcourt and London, namely The Beat 99.9 FM, Classic FM 97.3, Lagos Talks 91.3 FM, and Naija FM 102.7.
GUYS, WHAT ARW YOUR BEST RADIO STATIONS AND WHY?