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BROADCASTING ORGANISATIONS OF NIGERIA

The Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) is a broad coalition of public and private broadcasters as the nation’s umbrella Union of Terrestrial Radio Television (Tv) Direct-To-Home (DTH) Digital Terrestial Television (DTT) Multimedia Distribution System (MMDS)

Established in 1973, the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria is today comprised of over 100 members and they collectively own over 250 radio and television stations. BON’s vision is to foster a future-proof environment for radio, TV and new media broadcasters to serve their audiences and contribute to the development of our society.

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Sport Events:

-FIFA U-17 World Cup 2019 (Commences 26th October to 17th November, 2019)

-FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2019 (Commences 21st November to 1st December, 2019)

-FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

-FIFA U-20 World Cup 2019

Obituary Announcement

The Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria commiserates with the Management and staff of Channels Group on the demise of Mr. Precious Owolabi whose sad event occurred yesterday, July 22, 2019. He was a young man serving his father land as a Youth corper and ready to give his best to the nation. His demise will leave a great vacuum in his family, Channels Group and the broadcast family.

The Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria regrets to announce the sudden demise of a veteran Broadcasting Journalist, Mallam Umar Sai’du Tudunwada, whose sad event occurred on Sunday, June 30, 2019 in a road accident outside Kano city. See full detail

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