• Radio LIB Annual Jamboree

    Recognizing the needs for Liberians in the Diaspora to reunite and reflect on childhood experiences as well as identifying with cultural activities, RadioLIB organizes a Jamboree every year.

  • Radio LIB welcomes the general public.

    We are more than Entertainment

    Not only do we entertain, RadioLIB also broadcasts news and programs relevant to the daily lives of Liberian citizens in Liberia and the Liberian Diaspora..

  • Promoting sport at our annual Jamboree

    Radio Lib promote sports as a major activity at our jamboree.

  • Community Involvement

    Whenever we can, we try our best to involve our community in our activities.

Radio LIB is the first Liberian online radio station broadcasting in the United States. most

Listeners have the opportunity to participate in live interviews with Liberian personalities and artists and also send shout out to their family and friends in Liberia and the around the world.

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HIV-positive Teens Demand More Support

July 21, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA—Nompumelelo Simelane sees herself as an average teenager. She loves to cook, and spend time with her family and girlfriend. She also has HIV.The virus makes her a...

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Faith Is Friend in AIDS Battle, Some Cle…

July 21, 2016 | Hits:9 | African News

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA—The Reverend Amin Sandewa says his faith has been repeatedly tested.It was pushed to the limit when his wife and two daughters died, one after another, the youngest...

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New HIV Tests Emphasize Rapid Results

July 21, 2016 | Hits:8 | African News

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African Youth with HIV Urge More Support

July 21, 2016 | Hits:9 | African News

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Malaria Mosquitoes Repelled by Chickens

July 21, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

If you live in sub-Saharian Africa in a malaria endemic area, it might not be such a crazy idea to sleep next to a chicken. It turns out some mosquitoes...

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Malawi Convicts 3 in Conspiracy to Kill …

July 21, 2016 | Hits:8 | African News

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Zimbabwe to Pay Army Next Week, Teachers…

July 21, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

Zimbabwe will pay July salaries for the army on Monday, more than a week late, but teachers will only receive their wages next month, a union official said, asthe government...

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Mali Extends State of Emergency for 10 D…

July 21, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

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Prosecutors to Appeal Pistorius' 'Lenien…

July 21, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

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AIDS Scientists Hail Promising Preventio…

July 21, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

DURBAN—It is not a cure, nor a vaccine, but experts at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa are optimistic about a pill that could prevent the spread of...

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Fighting HIV by Talking About Sex

July 21, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

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Displaced Abuja Natives Want 'What Belon…

July 20, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

ABUJA, NIGERIA—In 1976, Nigeria’s military ruler declared the nation's capital would move from Lagos to Abuja. With the fastest growth rate in Africa, Lagos was becoming overcrowded and difficult to...

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Cholera Outbreak Suspected in Beleaguere…

July 20, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

Dozens of people have fallen ill with suspected cholera in South Sudan, a nation already beseiged by civil unrest, the United Nations said.UNICEF said the main hospital in Juba, admitted...

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World Sees Hope in Ending Mother-to-chil…

July 20, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

AIDS looks vastly different today than it did the last time the International AIDS Conference was held in South Africa 16 years ago. For one thing, while new infections continue...

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MSF Reports Humanitarian Catastrophe in …

July 20, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières, or MSF) is calling for a major aid response to a humanitarian catastrophe in northeastern Nigeria's war-torn Borno state, where at least 500,000 people...

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17 Malian Soldiers Killed as Conflict in…

July 20, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

BAMAKO, MALI—Suspected Islamist militants have attacked an army base in central Mali, killing 17 soldiers.Thirty-five soldiers were wounded in Tuesday's raid, which occurred in Nampala, in central Mali, just a...

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About Radio Lib

Radio LIB is the first and only Liberian online radio station broadcasting in the United States. Our listeners enjoy live music from various genres including African, Reggae, Hip Hop, R & B and Soul. Songs composed and performed by artists from Liberian, Ghana, Ivory Coast and the rest of Africa are also featured on the station.

Listeners have the opportunity to participate in live interviews with Liberian personalities and artists and also send shout out to their family and friends in Liberia and the around the world.

Not only do we entertain, RadioLIB also broadcasts news and programs relevant to the daily lives of Liberian citizens in Liberia and the Liberian Diaspora. RadioLIB welcomes the general public.

We value our audience feedback and will love to hear from you!
Please contact us, if you are interested in advertising with RadioLIB.

  • Heinz J. Johnson

    The Gola King, Dj Ryhem
  • Cecelia Walker- Lutta

    Marketing Director of RadioLib
  • Gracie Brownell-Vinton

    CEO of Radio Lib
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