AM Radio Now Fiji-Wide Again Following Rehabilitation Of The Country's Radio Infrastructure

 Japanese government provided $US7 million for the rehabilitation which took over 18 months to complete

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, August 11, 2017) – Fiji's prime minister says all Fijians can now tune in to the 'national dialogue' following the rehabilitation of the country's medium wave radio infrastructure.

The Japanese government provided $US7 million for the rehabilitation which took over 18 months to complete.

It included the installation of a 60 metre antenna with two AM transmitters.

Prime minister Frank Bainimarama said villages in the most remote pockets of the interior and in the furthest reaches of the outer islands could now tune into the AM signal managed by the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation.

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