Prior to 1945, the Vietnamese were banned from owning radio receivers, and broadcasting was under control of the French colonial government, which established the first radio station in Vietnam, Radio Saigon, in the late 1920s.
Vietnam's national radio station, now called the Voice of Vietnam, started broadcasting from Hanoi the just a week after declaration of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam with the declaration "This is the Voice of Vietnam, broadcasting from Hanoi, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.” During the Vietnam War, Radio Hanoi operated as a propaganda tool of North Vietnam. In August 1968, Voice of Vietnam commenced shortwave broadcasts for Vietnamese living abroad.
VOV). Vietnam's national radio broadcaster VOV has held a range of events to mark International Women's Day 2023 on 8 March ... VOV has more than 2,500 reporters and editors working in 32 departments and channels and 13 overseas bureaus.
The President of Vietnam's national radio broadcaster, VOV, has said it will continue to innovate in the year ahead to be worthy of the trust and love of its domestic and foreign listeners ... for VOV.