Communications in Liberia include the press, radio, television, fixed and mobile telephones, and the Internet.


The main newspapers are:
The Analyst
Daily Observer, private.
The Daily Talk
FrontPage Africa, private.
The Inquirer, private daily.
National Chronicle
The New Dawn, private daily.
New Democrat
The New Republic


Radio stations: 1 state-owned radio station, but no national public service broadcaster; about 15 independent radio stations broadcasting in Monrovia, with another 25 local stations operating in other areas; transmissions of 2 international broadcasters are available (2007).

BBC World Service 103 FM.
ELBC FM, public.[
ELWA FM and SW, private, religious-Christian.
LUX 106.6 FM, University of Liberia.
Radio Liberia FM, operated by the state-run Liberian Broadcasting System (LBS).
Radio Veritas FM and SW, religious-Catholic.
RFI English FM, the English service of Radio France Internationale.
Sky FM
STAR Radio FM and SW, operated in partnership with Swiss-based Hirondelle Foundation.
Truth FM
UNMIL Radio FM, operated by the United Nations mission.
Voice of Firestone Liberia 89.5 FM


Television stations: 4 private TV stations, none with national reach; satellite TV service available (2007).

Clar TV, private.
DC TV, private.
Power TV, private.
Real TV, private.
Liberia Broadcasting System: Government owned LNTV.


Top-level domain: .lr

Internet users:
147,510 users, 162nd in the world; 3.8% of the population, 193rd in the world (2012).
20,000 users, 194th in the world (2009).
Fixed broadband: 78 subscriptions, 193rd in the world; less than 0.05% of the population, 192nd in the world (2012).
Wireless broadband: Unknown (2012).
Internet hosts: 7 hosts, 228th in the world (2012).
IPv4: 13,312 addresses allocated, less than 0.05% of the world total, 3.4 addresses per 1000 people (2012).

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