TV and radio channels Botswana

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BTV -Botswana TV Channel
Botswana TV aspires to produce work to the highest standards of professionalism. Programmes must be impartial and informative. BTV will attempt to cover most genres, but the emphasis at first must be on sports, news music and talk shows.

Botswana Radio - Botswana TV Channel
Botswana has a large land mass. As a result, in sparsely populated areas of the country, it is not possible to provide a regular supply of newspapers and other publications. Telephone service may also not exist. Radio broadcasting has become the only regular link connecting some of these areas to the rest of the country. There are now two state radio channels providing radio service to the public. These are Radio Botswana 1 (RB1) and Radio Botswana 2 (RB2)

Gabz FM - Botswana TV Channel
Gabz FM is a commercial radio station on the FM frequency 96. (Dot) 2. English is the principal medium of broadcast. Gabz FM is an adult contemporary radio station format with 80% music and 20% talk.

RB2-FM 103 - Botswana TV Channel
The first commercial radio channel - RB2- started operating in April 1992 as a government pilot project to find ways to offset increasing expenditure through advertising. It initially utilised a 100-watt transmitter, whose coverage extended 50 km around the capital city, Gaborone, however, the radio, dubbed "FM 103" (from its initial Gaborone reception frequency), can now be tuned to across the country.

Yarona FM -Botswana TV Channel
Yarona FM. Botswana TV Channel.