Radio Nepal’s trial broadcast begins from Pattale, Solukhumbu

Radio Nepal's trial broadcast begins from Pattale, Solukhumbu



26 September, Kathmandu. Radio Nepal has started trial broadcasting from Pattale in Solukhumbu.

Radio Nepal has started broadcasting from 98 MHz FM band. Simultaneously, according to Radio Nepal, the service has been extended to Solukhumbu, Okhaldhunga, Khotang, Bhojpur, Ramechhap, Sindhuli, Udaipur and other districts of Province No.

According to the technicians involved in the connection, it will now be possible to listen to Radio Nepal Prost in those districts.

Radio Nepal aims to expand the reach of the country to 100% within the period of the 15th Five Year Plan. According to Buddhi Bahadur KC, Executive Director, Radio Nepal, relay broadcasting has been expanded in line with this goal.

The Radio Broadcasting Services Development Committee (Radio Nepal) is functioning under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of Nepal. At present, there are provincial broadcasting offices in all seven states, including three broadcasting centers and FM stations in 25 different locations in the country. Radio Nepal has expanded its broadcasting service across the country through relay stations.

Radio Nepal, which is broadcast 24 hours a day, has been broadcasting news in 21 languages ​​and programs in 20 languages. According to the Economic Survey of Nepal Government 076/77, Radio Nepal has reached 87 percent of the population.


Source: OnlineKhabar

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