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.
Hanoi is scheduled to host the GermanFestival Kulturfest 2020 between October 2 and October 4 to celebrate the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Germany, reported the Voice of Vietnam (VOV). Representatives of the organisers, including the VOV, the ...
Ngo Minh Hien, Vice President of VOV) ... This announcement- kicking off VOV's radio programs, has become familiar with Vietnamese audiences of many generations both in Vietnam and abroad ... At present, VOV operates 8 radio channels, 17 television channels, 2 online newspapers, a printed newspaper and a monthly magazine.
A conference was held in Hanoi on June 13 to gather and honour outstanding journalists as part of activities to mark the 95th anniversary of VietnamRevolutionaryPress Day (June 21, 1925-2020). The event was attended Politburo members ...Disclaimer ... (noodl.