One Africa launches news bulletins

One Africa launches news bulletins

ONE Africa Television started with their first 30-minute local news bulletin last Friday, signalling the start of daily, local news from Mondays to Fridays at 19h30.

News on One Bureau Chief Rene Loetter said the company had selected the “best news crew to ensure the highest quality news reporting”. The News on One anchors are Liberty Lister-Verbaan, Strauss Lunyangwe, Botha Ellis and Nina Katangana.One Africa Television Director of Operations Waldheim Shiluwa said: “The start of News on One is a significant milestone in the growth of One Africa Television.”One Africa Television is a 100 per cent Namibian-owned commercial free-to-air television station that was launched in November 2003.It currently transmits to Windhoek, Rehoboth, Okahandja, Grootfontein, Gobabis, Keetmanshoop, Luederitz, Outjo, Otjiwarongo, Tsumeb, Ondangwa, Oshakati, Rundu, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay.Shiluwa said by end of June, One Africa Television would be broadcasting to more than 90 per cent of Namibia’s urban population.The News on One anchors are Liberty Lister-Verbaan, Strauss Lunyangwe, Botha Ellis and Nina Katangana.One Africa Television Director of Operations Waldheim Shiluwa said: “The start of News on One is a significant milestone in the growth of One Africa Television.”One Africa Television is a 100 per cent Namibian-owned commercial free-to-air television station that was launched in November 2003.It currently transmits to Windhoek, Rehoboth, Okahandja, Grootfontein, Gobabis, Keetmanshoop, Luederitz, Outjo, Otjiwarongo, Tsumeb, Ondangwa, Oshakati, Rundu, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay.Shiluwa said by end of June, One Africa Television would be broadcasting to more than 90 per cent of Namibia’s urban population.

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