Radio Lagos began operation in 1977 as an off-shoot of the old Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC). At its inception, the station operated on two A. M. Frequencies (990khz. 303mtrs and 918khz. 32. 7mtrs). The need to repackage and assume a new station led to the birth of the new Radio Lagos 107. 5 Fm (Tiwa n'Tiwa) under the control of the Lagos State Radio Service in 2001. Radio Lagos enjoys a unique status as the first predominantly specialized, language station with over 98% of its transmission in Yoruba and Ogu, and just about 2% for English bulletins. The programmes serving in the process as a vehicle for your advertising needs and awareness prompters. Its audiences enjoy a large span of identifiable classifications. Target audience: General Yoruba speaking listener (Nigeria/Diaspora). Coverage: Lagos, Ogun, Parts of Osun, Oyo and Ekiti States.