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The VOA Hausa (www.voa hausa.com) Muryar Amurka (Voice of America) Hausa Service Radio News
The voice of america (VOA) Hausa or VOA Hausa (www.voa hausa com) muryar amurka service news hausa radio
is a website of International news across all subjects.
Every day VOA’s Africa division broadcast for you international and regional news in English and eleven other languages, which includes
VOA has correspondents in Abidjan, Cairo, Johannesburg, Nigeria hausa news and Nairobi, as well
as a network of over one hundred journalism throughout the continent.
It has a clear signals and very easy to access when compare to BBC Hausa. It broadcasts on AM (Attitude Modulation).
Voa Hausa News
The voa hausa news or Voice of America (VOA) Hausa Service broadcasts for two hours per day
on Short Wave at the following local hausa news times:
06.00 – 06.30
08.00 - 08.30
16.00 – 16.30
21.30 – 22.00
For voa hausa service, check your local listings for times or look on VOA News website www.VOANews.com/TVToAfrica
for stations in your area.
Africa News Now - Top news stories from Africa and around the world
Daybreak Africa - Get your day off to a fresh start with the Daybreak team as they present news, interviews, sports and
live weather forecasts.
FOCUS - Commentators provide thought provoking analysis to clarify complex issues in the
news as well as historical and cultural topics.
Africa World Tonight - Kim Lewis hosts this evening program bringing you the
latest news, sports and music developments in Africa, the United States (US) and around the world.
Opinion Roundup - U.S. and world media opinion, expert discussion and VOA listener letters.
Talk to America - An international call-in program broadcast live on radio and the Internet.
Host Doug Bernard engages the world wide audience in a daily dialogue with a variety of American decision-makers,
personalities and experts on far ranging subjects. Call collect to join the discussion – 1-202-619-3111.
Talk to America Africa-New! - Host Doug Bernard and the Africa Division's
Shaka Ssali or Vincent Makori, as well as other Africa Division personalities, discuss African and world issues
with international callers in a recorded version of the weekday program.
World of Music - Join Rita Rochelle for the world’s best music and guest interviews,
including artists from the African Diaspora.
Music Mix - Enjoy a variety of American and international music, as well as up-to-date music
industry news and live performances. See program clock for specific kinds of music on each day.
MONDAY ~ New American Voices - Hear the stories of immigrants living and making new lives in
the United States.
TUESDAY ~ Global College Forum-New! - Each week, host Marsha James speaks with students
from around the world who are studying in the United States.
HousecallChinedu Offor hosts this live call-in health program that puts listeners directly
in touch with medical professionals.
WEDNESDAY ~ Wordmaster - VOA's Avi Arditti brings you the fascinating stories of words and phrases
found in today's English language.
Straight Talk Africa - This call-in program examines topics of special interest to Africans, including politics,
health, social issues and conflict resolution. Shaka Ssali hosts this program, which is broadcast on radio, television and the web.
THURSDAY ~ International Press Club-New! - Judith Latham talks with editors of English-language newspapers around the world as they
discuss major topics of global importance.
FRIDAY ~ Sonny Side of Sports-New! - VOA's Sonny Young opens the phone lines for his listeners to call in with questions and
comments on the African sports scene and an occasional interview with African sports stars. Call collect 1-202-619-2077.
Hollywood Highlights-New! - Alan Silverman brings you a weekly look at the American movie industry from Hollywood.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY ~ Point of View - This weekend program looks at an important issue of the day,
from both sides, with Marsha James and Yeheyes Wuhib.
Its true that you can get your voa hausa news via your smart mobile phone or
hausa.voa.mobi/ hausa.voa mobile or hausa.voa mobi/
voa hausa.com/mobile/ voa hausa mobile websites. VOA news are from the American angle and does give a US propaganda,
only partially objective.
Voice of America VOA which broadcast or airs its news at 6 am. VOA tell you this is an editorial hausa news,
they’ll tell you this is their opinion so that you don’t have a problem.
Voa news hausa or VOA programmes are also relayed on FM in Niamey, Maradi and Zinder through partnerships with Radio Tenere,
Radio Anfani and Radio Sarraounia.
Much of the Hausa service programme content is produced at studios at Abuja and Kano in Nigeria. The VOA Hausa Service
has been broadcasting continuously since 1979.
The aim of VOA Hausa.com (www.voa.hausa.com) staff/ mp3/
live/ mobile/ facebook/ labarai/ shrin dare/ listen online/ audio is to
encourage unity amongst hausa speaking people via its website voa hausa.com news radio service.
The voa hausa labarai or hausa voa first went on the air in 1942, is an international multimedia broadcasting
service funded by the United States of American government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors.
Voice of America hausa (or voa hausa online) broadcasts to approximately 1500 hours of news, information, educational
and cultural programming every week to an estimated worldwide audience of 125 million people.
There is a new expanded programming voa hausa radio includes five hours of morning broadcasting and six hours of
evening broadcasting which can be heard throughout Africa on shortwave frequencies 15240 and 13710 kHz, and on 24/7
FM stations in Sierra Leone (102.4 FM), Kenya (107.5 FM) and Ghana.
For more information, please visit voanews website at: www.VOANews.com/EnglishtoAfrica
Voahausa or Voa Hausa Radio
Voahausa (voa hausa radio) - Listening to Voice of America was more widespread.
Hausa VOA listeners are generally seemed to accept that the broadcast was the point of view of America and that it helped them
to build an all round understanding of issues. It’s like voa are trying to sell America.
Don karin bayani, ku duba shafinmu ahanyar "Duniyar Gizo" ta komputa awannan adereshi: www.VOAHausa.com kokumawww.sashenhausa.com.
For more information, find voahausa on the web at www.VOAhausa.com and www.sashenhausa.com
Noma Tushen Arziki 0500Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
Ilmi Garkuwar Dan Adam 1500 UTC
Gani Ya Kori Ji 0500 UTC
Kimiyya da Fasaha 1500 UTC
Sharhin Jaridun Amurka 0500 UTC
Mu Kewaya Duniya 1500 UTC
Domin Iyali 0500 UTC
Lafiya Uwar Jiki 0500 UTC
Addini A Amurka 1500 UTC
Sai Bango Ya Tsage 2030 UTC
A Bari Ya Huce 0500 UTC
Labaran Wassanni 1500 UTC
Karamin Sani Kukumi Ne 1800 UTC
Amsoshin Tambayoyinku 0500 UTC
Ra’ayoyin Masu Sauraro 0500 UTC
Hira da Baki 1500 UTC
Sakonmu Na Mako 1500 UTC
VOA Hausa Service: Monday–Friday at 0500-0530, 1500-1530 and 2030-2100 UTC, on Saturday at 0500-0530,
1500-1530 and 1800-1830 UTC and Sunday at 0500-0530 and 1500-1530 UTC.
These half-hour news, information and entertainment programs include the following features:-
Monday: Agriculture 0500 UTC, Education 1500 UTC;
Tuesday: Immigrant Voices 0500 UTC, Science and Technology 1500 UTC;
Friday: Health Magazine 0500 UTC, Religion in the U.S. 1500 UTC, Democracy Call-in Program 2030 UTC;
Saturday: Music Express 0500 UTC, Sports 1500 UTC, Youth Forum 1800 UTC; Sunday: Listeners’ Questions
and Listeners’ Forum 0500 UTC, Guest of the Week and Message from Washington 1500 UTC
The Voahausa.com Muryar Amurka is the Jaddawalin Shirye-shirye. You can easily listen to daily VOAHausa broadcasts
Shirin Hantsi/ Shirin Safe/ Shirin Dare/ Shirin Rana
to keep in touch with what's happening in the world in Hausa people and hausa language.
The Voahausa service is one of the most reliable source of current Hausa news service. Below is the voa hausa service staff
Here are the voa hausa staff pictures photos
VOA Hausa staff:
Above from right; Halima Djimrao-Kane, Salihu Garba, Ibrahim Alfa Ahmed, Maryam Dauda
and Bello Habeeb Galadanchi.
Middle from right: Aliyu Mustapha Sokoto, Leo Keyen and Sahabo Imam Aliyu.
Below from right: Jummai Ali Maiduguri, Ibrahim Ka'almasih Garba, Julie Gresham, Kabiru Fagge
and Grace Abdu Alheri.