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Channels TV streaming – English

Channels Television is an independent and multiple award winning 24-hour news and mediatelevision channel based in Lagos, Nigeria. The parent company Channels incorporated was founded in 1992, a year before the Nigerian government deregulated the broadcast media and began broadcasting in 1995. Its primary focus is producing news and current affairs programs on Nigerian domestic issues. The Channel’s mission is to act as awatchdog on governmental policies and activities. Operating in Nigeria’s popular broadcast media market, Channels Television is the first and only thriving national TV brand, dedicated solely to the dissemination of news. It is the first Nigerian broadcaster to stream its television programming live for 24 hours.

History

Channels Television was founded in 1995 as a private television station[2] with only 15 employees by Nigerian veteran broadcaster and entrepreneur John Momoh and Sola Momoh, also a broadcaster.[3]The company commenced operations in Lagos, south western Nigeria and has since grown to include three other stations in Abuja, Edo andKano states. It also has bureaus in almost every state in Nigeria, including stringers and affiliates in other parts in Africa, as well as strong relationships with international media organizations which allows access to information around the world.

The channel was licensed in June 1993 and allocated a frequency on UHF (Channel 39). It began transmission two years later under the name, “Channels Television”, and the first terrestrial broadcast was on the 1st of July 1995, with John Momoh reading the first news bulletin. Channels TV currently broadcasts to an audience of over 20 million people.

Channels Television
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Channels Television logo
Launched 1995
Owned by John Momoh (Executive Chairman)[1]
Olusola Momoh (Executive Vice-Chairman)
Slogan Your Home for the News
Country Nigeria
Language English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Website channelstv.com
Availability
Terrestrial
UHF Channel 26 (Benin)
UHF Channel 31 (Abuja)
UHF Channel 39 (Lagos)
UHF Channel 45 (Kano)
Satellite
DSTV Channel 254
GOTV Channel 95
MyTV Channel 7
Startimes Channel 111
Sky Channel 575
IPTV
United Kingdom Thema TV
United States Africa TV
East Africa Lanciea Broadcasting
TalkTalk Plus TV Channel 556
Streaming media
channelstv.com/live Watch live
(Available worldwide)

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Canal de Streaming da Channels – Página Oficial  -inglês

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