Do you have BBC Edo program? the answer is NO, even to allow us support our own Otedo Radio it becomes problem now you need to read below news>>>
BBC launches Hausa TV news programme
The Hausa Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is scheduled to launch TV news bulletins today 10/09/2014 on two Nigerian terrestrial stations and a West-African satellite station.
BBC's TV content in Hausa is going to be a first for any international broadcaster, an official said. The BBC has been broadcasting radio programmes in Hausa since 1957. At present, the Hausa radio programmes run four times a day. The corporation is expected to issue a statement today to give details on the new Hausa TV programming.
Ivbiedo, information is power, we should all stand up and support Otedo Radio the only voice of our people.
Whatever you are doing outside Edo state pls try to come back home to were you started,to see if you can make it bettar to that you see overthere. well thanks to the broadcast works who try to put us into ACTION.WE CAN STILL DO MORE?come & DO YOUR BEST?
Now you can listen to Edo music, inspiring gospel messages, talk shows in Edo language and lots more anywhere and anytime on your mobile phones and Tablets. 9jaStar Radio is Edo's premier online radio station broadcasting 24 hours a day from the UK. The Android mobile application is free to download. CLICK HERE to visit Google Play store and download your free copy.
Thank you, very much! But let’s do it like Pandora which introduces every musician & their songs. In otedoradio’s case, it’s hard to put a name & a face on the music. Next, get rid of these extra-terrestrial, naked, & rock n roll unigerian, unedo, annoyingly provocative dancers on your page too. Just introduce the musicians; add a thin slice of Benin history, stress the prevailing political, military, social, religious, atmosphere which inspired these wonderfully talented Edo singers; including when possible, their autobiographies. If allowed, throw in a few commercials, News from “Edo n’isiagbon”, fashion, restaurants, ethnic businesses, food stores etc. All these are important; so we can begin to tell our children about what it is to be a Benin.
These musics are so incredibly beautiful. They move my spirit and lift my heart so far away from home. Please, we need to know the names of these songs and the names of the singers. When I hear these songs I wonder who it is that sang them and there is no way of me knowing. Please put the track listings with singers' names and song names somewhere. Perhaps it can be included in the music player itself? Thank you and many blessings for all your work keeping our special culture alive and well-known!
Thanks to Mr. L Imasuen for bringing back Edo pride, & for rescuing Edo music from the unrestrained onslaught of this GGGOOODDD music that has taken over the airwaves. What I heard bought back those long lost memories of my youth, the lovely image of my mother of blessed memory. Some of the songs brought me tears! How can we contribute to maintain this station in the air? Wahoo!