Radio in Namibia
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HITRADIO NAMIBIA was established in May 2012 by entrepreneurs Wilfried Hähner and Sybille Rothkegel. Their VISION was to become the leading empowerment platform in the German-Namibian community.
Attainment of our empowerment vision rests on three
PILLARS OR PURPOSES
HELPING TO MAINTAIN GERMAN CULTURE IN NAMIBIA
The second pillar rests on empowering our listeners. We are here to provide an informative entertainment medium primarily for the German speaking community and German-speaking tourist market. Hitradio plays an integral role in maintaining the German culture in Namibia.
UNLEASHING OUR PEOPLE’S POTENTIAL
The third pillar rests in our team. Hitradio Namibia is a truly people orientated business that aims to unleash the potential of each team member to ultimately make a difference in their lives.
Hitradio Namibia reaches 90% of the German-speaking community in Namibia as well as many German-speaking tourists and other Namibians.
We target the 25-44 age group and our listeners are 52.1% male and 47.9% female mainly from the LSM 10 group. Our reach is truly international with over 33,000 monthly website page views. We average hundreds of live stream listeners from various locations worldwide and have a 37% international Facebook user participation rate.
Hitradio Namibia currently reaches about 80% of the German population in Namibia via FM stereo (Erongo region on 97.5 FM and Khomas region on 99.5 FM). The FM network was expanded to Lüderitz (97.5FM), Otjiwarongo (90.0 FM) and Tsumeb (90.4 FM) during 2013 and to Oshakati on 101.1FM in 2018.
Hitradio Namibia can also be heard worldwide through Internet Livestream as well as via Satellite (through the German Pay-TV Satelio.TV, which focusses on Southern Africa).
Arandis, Aris, Daan Viljoen, Dordabis, Groot Aub, Gros Barmen, Henties Bay, Hochfeld, Hosea Kutako International Airport, Karibib, Kobos, Lüderitz, Okahandja, Omitara, Oshakati, Otjiwarongo, Rehoboth, Uhlenhorst, Seeis, Steinhausen, Swakopmund, Tsumeb, Usakos, Von Bach Dam, Walvis Bay, Wilhelmstal, Windhoek, Witvlei, Wlotzkasbaken