• 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.

Senate to Mediate Quagmire in Liberia’s …

August 29, 2016 | Hits:5 | African News

The President Pro Tempore of the Liberian Senate said his legislative body has set up a peace committee to try to resolve the stalemate in the House of Representatives.The House...

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Building Pipeline of Tomorrow's Female T…

August 28, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

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Gabon Leaders Both Claiming Victory in P…

August 28, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

Supporters of Gabon President Ali Bongo and his chief rival, Jean Ping, are both claiming victory - and alleging fraud - in the central African nation's presidential election.The official results...

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From Dog Owners to Journalists, Free Exp…

August 28, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

LAGOS, NIGERIA — A series of arrests of bloggers, newspaper reporters and even a dog owner has advocates worried about a chill on freedom of expression in Nigeria.While the constitution of...

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Sierra Leone Lacks Medical Facilities to…

August 28, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE — People are dying in Sierra Leone of kidney disease, due to the lack of available treatment. Patients have to fly to other countries and many cannot afford...

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Gender Inequality Hampers African Human …

August 28, 2016 | Hits:5 | African News

GENEVA — A new report finds economic and social discrimination against women is costing Africa more than $100 billion a year. The U.N. Development Program’s 2016 Africa Human Development Report argues...

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Mauritania Anti-Slavery Activists Appeal…

August 27, 2016 | Hits:5 | African News

A group of Mauritanian anti-slavery activists who were sentenced to up to 15 years in prison are appealing, but fear a system they believe is rigged against them.On August 19...

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Lynching of 2 Women in DRC Fuels Worries…

August 27, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

GOMA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO — Two women traveling in a minibus were dragged out and burned by a mob this week in the town of Butembo in eastern Congo where...

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Zimbabwe Protests Intensify, But Will It…

August 27, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

HARARE/JOHANNESBURG — The grievances of the opposition protesters who marched in Zimbabwe’s capital Friday can be summed up in one word: In the Shona language, zvakwana, in Ndebele, sokwanele, and in...

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Voters in Gabon Head to Polls After Tens…

August 27, 2016 | Hits:5 | African News

ACCRA, GHANA — In Gabon, more than half a million voters are expected to go to the polls today (Saturday) to pick their next president in a one-round election.Eleven candidates are...

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Congo to Free Five Activists to Smooth E…

August 26, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

KINSHASA — Democratic Republic of Congo will free five pro-democracy activists in the next few days, the justice minister said on Friday, to try to appease the opposition and ease negotiations...

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African-Japanese Trade Deals Expected Fr…

August 26, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

NAIROBI, KENYA — African heads of state and VIPs from around the world have converged in this Kenyan capital for the sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development, expected to foster...

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Zambia Main Opposition Welcomes Calls fo…

August 26, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

Zambia’s main opposition party, the United Party for National Development (UPND), has called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to send a team to the Southern African country to investigate...

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Zimbabwe Police Fire Tear Gas, Clash Wit…

August 26, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

Zimbabwe police fired tear gas and water cannons to break up an opposition protest in the capital Harare, despite a court order not to interfere with the demonstration.The police action...

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S. African Judge Denies Appeal for Harsh…

August 26, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

JOHANNESBURG — A South African judge on Friday dismissed an appeal by prosecutors for a harsher against Oscar Pistorius who was found guilty of murder for killing his girlfriend in 2013.Judge...

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Somali Forces End Deadly Restaurant Sieg…

August 25, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

Somali security forces say they have ended a deadly siege of a beach-front restaurant in the capital, with at least seven people killed in the attack along with two assailants.Mogadishu's...

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Olympics Marathon Medalist's Protest Shi…

August 25, 2016 | Hits:5 | African News

LONDON — When marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa crossed the finish line at the Rio Olympics, he crossed his arms above his head in an "X", a sign of protest against...

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Somali Refugees Leaving Kenya Due to Thr…

August 25, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) says Somali refugees in Kenya are leaving the country due to threats and pressure from security officials.More than 300,000 Somalis reside in Dadaab, the...

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Burundian Panel Set to Submit Findings t…

August 25, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

A Burundian panel tasked with finding ways to resolve the nation's political and security crisis says it will soon present its findings to parliament, which will include a proposal to...

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50,000 Flee South Sudan's Instability fo…

August 25, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN — The U.N. humanitarian office says more than 50,000 South Sudanese have fled into the troubled Darfur region in neighboring Sudan this year.OCHA's statement on Thursday highlights the...

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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.

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    The Gola King, Dj Ryhem
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    Marketing Director of RadioLib
  • Gracie Brownell-Vinton

    CEO of Radio Lib
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