VOV5 FM reforms to cater to audience's taste

VOV5 FM reforms to cater to audience's taste

(VOVWORLD) - The Voice of Vietnam launched a new channel named VOV5, broadcasting on frequencies 105.5FM and 105.7FM on September 3rd, 1998. The programs in English, French, Russian, Japanese and...
VOV, Lao National Radio strengthen cooperation

VOV, Lao National Radio strengthen cooperation

(VOVworld) – Voice of Vietnam President Nguyen The Ky has called for closer cooperation in radio broadcasting between Vietnam and Laos in line with the two countries’ intergovernmental cooperation agreement
1st anniversary of VOV English 24/7

1st anniversary of VOV English 24/7

(VOVworld)- Today, November 6th marks the first anniversary of the official launch of VOV 24/7 English Channel. First broadcast on October 1st, this is the first 24/7 English...
VOV launches “Advancing Vietnam” program

VOV launches “Advancing Vietnam” program

(VOVworld) – On Monday, the Voice of Vietnam and Hoa Sen group launched the program “Advancing Vietnam” to promote creativity, and innovation for Vietnam’s development in the context of integration process...
VOV raises fund for flood victims

VOV raises fund for flood victims

(VOVworl) - On October 18, at the National Radio Centre in Hanoi, Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) launched a campaign called “For our beloved central region.”
VOV’s leaders pay tribute to the Thai King

VOV’s leaders pay tribute to the Thai King

(VOVworld) – A Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) delegation led by Vice President, Vu Hai, paid tribute to Thailand’s late King Bhumibol Adulyadej at the Thai Embassy in Hanoi...
VOVworld celerbates 71st founding anniversary

VOVworld celerbates 71st founding anniversary

(VOVworld) – The Voice of Vietnam’s world service (VOV5) broadcasts in twelve languages: English, French, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, German, Thai, Lao, Cambodian, Indonesian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Since the first broadcast on September 7...
VOV’s art program on National Day

VOV’s art program on National Day

(VOVworld) – Voice of Vietnam Radio hosted an art program in Hanoi on Thursday night to mark the 71st anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day, on September 2