List of Nigerian TV Channels (2024)

Last updated on August 4th, 2023 at 08:27 pm

Television has become an integral part of our lives, serving as a window to the world and a source of entertainment and information. In Nigeria, the television industry has experienced tremendous growth, offering a diverse range of channels catering to various interests and demographics. Whether you’re a sports enthusiast, a movie buff, or seeking educational content, the television landscape in Nigeria has something for everyone. This article presents a comprehensive guide, providing you with the full list of television channels in Nigeria, ensuring that you stay up-to-date with the abundant choices available at your fingertips. From local to international broadcasters, let’s embark on a journey through the vibrant world of Nigerian television and explore the rich tapestry of channels that adorn our screens.

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FULL LIST OF TELEVISION CHANNELS IN NIGERIA

Below is a comprehensive list of television channels in Nigeria. Please note that this list may not be exhaustive, as new channels continue to emerge in the dynamic broadcasting landscape of the country:

  • Adamawa TV Corporation
  • Akwa-Ibom Broadcasting Corporation (AKBC) TV – 45 UHF
  • Bauchi State TV – 66 UHF
  • Bayelsa State Broadcasting TV – 25 UHF
  • Benue TV – 38 UHF
  • Borno Television Corporation – 38 UHF
  • Broadcasting Corporation of Abia State – 88.1 MHz
  • Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State TV – 28 UHF
  • Cross River State Broadcasting Corporation – 27 UHF
  • Delta Broadcasting Service TV – 31 UHF
  • Delta Broadcasting Service Warri TV – 41 UHF
  • Ebonyi Cable Station TV – UHF 70, 72, 74
  • Ebonyi State Broadcasting Service TV
  • Edo State Broadcasting Corporation TV – 55 UHF
  • Ekiti State Television
  • Enugu Broadcasting Services TV – UHF 50
  • Gombe State Government TV – 91.900 Mhz
  • Imo State Broadcasting Corporation TV
  • Kaduna State Media Corporation TV – UHF 29
  • Kano State Broadcasting Corporation TV – UHF 67
  • Katsina State Broadcasting TV
  • Kebbi State Broadcasting Service
  • Kwara State Broadcasting – 25 UHF
  • Lagos State TV
  • Sokoto State TV – UHF 25
  • Nasarawa State Broadcasting Service TV – UHF 40, Keffi UHF 23
  • Niger State Media Corporation
  • Ogun State Television – UHF 25
  • Ondo Radio Vision Corporation TV – 22 UHF
  • Osun State Broadcasting Corporation TV – 22 UHF, 104.5 FM 88.
  • Oyo State Broadcasting Corporation TV
  • River State Broadcasting Corporation TV – 22 UHF
  • Taraba Television Corporation – 22 UHF, 25 UHF
  • Zamfara State TV – 694-702 Mhz
  • CNBC Africa
  • nickToons
  • MTV Base
  • Wakyo Tv
  • Soundcity TV – 1
  • NTA Aba Channel 6 – 187.75 MHz
  • NTA-Awka and Onitsha – UHF Channel 5
  • ITV – Benin
  • ARTV Kano – Abubakar Rimi Television
  • NTA – Benin – 189.25 MHz
  • PM News TV
  • ACBN TV
  • Redcarpet Tv 84
  • Mercy TV
  • ABS Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) – 39 UHF
  • EBS TV – 12
  • Delta Television Asaba – 10
  • Kingdom Africa TV – 12
  • TVC News – 12
  • Galaxy Television – UHF 27
  • Silverbird Television – channel 23
  • Channels Television – 615.25MHz
  • Africa Independent Television (AIT) – 535.20MHz
  • AIT Sport
  • AIT National
  • AIT International
  • MiTV – UHF 43.
  • Lagos Television (LTV)
  • Galaxy TV
  • Wazobia TV
  • Nigerian Television Network (NTN)
  • Core TV News
  • WAP TV
  • ONTV
  • MITV
  • Nollywood Movies TV
  • Africa Magic
  • EbonyLife TV
  • Rave TV
  • Arewa24
  • Trybe TV
  • Hi-Impact TV
  • TV Continental (TVC)
  • Naija Comedy Channel
  • R2TV
  • OGTV (Ogun State Television)
  • BCOS (Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State)
  • Wazobia Max
  • Superscreen TV
  • Nigerian Television Authority – 567.25 MHz
  • NTA Abakaliki – 43MHz
  • NTA Channel 12 Abeokuta – 224.25 MHz Channel 1
  • NTA Abuja – 567.25 MHz Channel 5
  • NTA Plus – 471 MHz Channel 21
  • NTA Ado-Ekiti – Channel 5
  • NTA Akure – Channel 11 VHF
  • NTA Asaba – Channel II VHF
  • NTA Auchi
  • NTA Bauchi – 208 Mhz
  • NTA Calabar – 203.25 – 208.75 MHz
  • NTA Damaturu – Y175.25 Mhz, S179.75
  • NTA Dutse – Channel 10
  • NTA Enugu Zonal Network Centre – 8 VHF
  • NTA Gombe – Channel 5, MHz 175.2
  • NTA Gusau – Channel 9 VHF 522
  • NTA Ibadan – 108.25 MHz Channel 7
  • NTA Ijebu-Ode – 814.25 MHz Channel 6
  • NTA Ikare
  • NTA Ile-Ife – 622.25 MHz Channel 3
  • NTA Iruekpen – Channel 45 UHF
  • NTA Jalingo – 182 MHz
  • NTA Jos – 189.25 Mhz video, 194
  • NTA Kaduna – CHANNEL 4 & 6
  • NTA Kano – 175.25 Mhz, 180.75 M
  • NTA Katsina – 5 KW Channel 8
  • NTA Kebbi – Channel 39 UHF, 619.
  • NTA 2 Channel 5
  • NTA Lagos – 210.25 Mhz
  • NTA Maiduguri – Channel 10
  • NTA Makurdi – 210.25 Mhz
  • NTA Ogbomosho – 175.25 MHz Channel 5
  • NTA Okitipupa
  • NTA Osogbo – 702.25 MHz Channel 4
  • NTA Owerri – UHF Channel 12
  • NTA Oyo – 606.25 MHz Channel 3
  • NTA Port Harcourt – 210.25 MHz Sound 215
  • NTA Saki – 224.25 MHz Channel 1
  • NTA Sapele
  • NTA Umuahia – 741 Mhz
  • NTA Sokoto – 62.75 MHz, 185 MHz
  • NTA Uyo – 224.25 MHz Channel 1
  • NTA Warri
  • NTA Yenagoa
  • NTA Yola – Channel 8

That’s the full list of television channels in Nigeria. It’s important to note that this list includes a mix of public, private, and satellite television channels, providing a wide range of content spanning news, entertainment, movies, sports, and cultural programming. These channels cater to the diverse tastes and preferences of the Nigerian audience, contributing to the vibrant television landscape in the country.

CONCLUSION

The full list of television channels in Nigeria presents a diverse and extensive range of options for viewers across the country. With a growing number of channels catering to various interests, Nigerians have access to a wide array of entertainment, news, sports, and educational content. The television stations in Nigeria has experienced significant growth and transformation over the years, reflecting the country’s vibrant media landscape. From local stations to international networks, the availability of television channels ensures that viewers have the opportunity to engage with a multitude of perspectives and experiences. As technology continues to evolve and digital platforms expand, the television industry in Nigeria is poised to offer even more choices and enhance the overall viewing experience for audiences. That’s the size of this article. I hope this information is helpful.

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Oluchi Chukwu

Oluchi is a seasoned Information blogger, content developer and the editor of Nigerian Queries. She is a tech enthusiast who loves reading, writing and research

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