• 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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NAIROBI, KENYA—Human Rights Watch is accusing both the Somali government and the militant group al-Shabab of using abusive and violent tactics to intimidate journalists. As the world marks Press Freedom...

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Forced Anal Testing Case to Appear Befor…

May 3, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

NAIROBI—Two Kenyan men allege they were subjected to forced anal examinations at the Mombasa Coast Provincial General Hospital in February 2015 after police took them into custody for alleged homosexual...

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Freedom of Information Under Threat

May 3, 2016 | Hits:3 | African News

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Sailors Pay Price as W. African Pirates …

May 3, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

LAGOS, NIGERIA—West African pirates have turned to hostage-taking as regional navies grow more effective at responding to their crimes, a report from an anti-piracy group said on Tuesday.The Gulf of...

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Drought-hit Zimbabwe sells off wild anim…

May 3, 2016 | Hits:9 | African News

HARARE—Zimbabwe put its wild animals up for sale on Tuesday, saying it needed buyers to step in and save the beasts from a devastating drought.Members of the public "with the capacity to...

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Liberian Opposition Defends Leader

May 2, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

Liberia’s main opposition party, Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), is denying that there is an arrest warrant in the United States for its leader and presumptive candidate for president, George...

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Media Monitors Report Decline in Global …

May 2, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

When journalists and media rights activists gather in Helsinki to mark World Press Freedom day Tuesday, there will be a notable absence: Journalist Khadija Ismayilova, recipient of this year’s UNESCO/Guillermo...

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Journalists Around the World Never in Mo…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

STATE DEPARTMENT—A journalist jailed in Uzbekistan since 1999. A Sudanese editor-in-chief arrested after she criticized official policies. Both are among the journalists whose plights are spotlighted by the U.S. for...

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Key Findings of Freedom of the Press Rep…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

Freedom of the Press is an annual report on media independence around the world, produced by Freedom House, a watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy around...

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What is World Press Freedom Day?

May 2, 2016 | Hits:9 | African News

What is World Press Freedom Day? Global observance that stresses that freedom of information is a fundamental human right, weighs the state of press freedom around the world, and is...

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May 2, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

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Desert Tunes: Meet Niger's Tal National

May 2, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

THE HAGUE—The band Tal National has been touring the deserts of Niger for the past 15 years and making a name for itself on the world stage. But the group...

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Baby Rescued Alive from Ruins of Nairobi…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

Rescue workers in Nairobi, Kenya, have pulled a one-year-old girl out of the rubble of a building that collapsed Friday, killing at least 21 people.The Kenyan Red Cross reported the...

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Elephant Summit Results in $5M in Pledge…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:9 | African News

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Ethiopia's Drought Takes Toll on Childre…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:6 | African News

METAHARA DISTRICT, ETHIOPIA—Ethiopia is dealing with its worst drought in decades. Its crops failed last year, contributing to food shortages affecting at least 10 million of the east African country’s...

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Violence Increases as Burundi Talks Dela…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

NAIROBI, KENYA—There was hope the appointment of a new regional mediator for Burundi, former Tanzanian president Benjamin Mkapa, would jumpstart the peace process; but, talks that were scheduled to start...

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Will Summit Lead to Greater Elephant Pro…

May 2, 2016 | Hits:4 | African News

NAIROBI, KENYA—Elephants are iconic symbols of Africa, but the poaching crisis across the continent has put their existence in jeopardy. Between 2010 and 2012 100,000 African elephants were killed.But conservationists...

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Majority of Traffic Fatalities in South …

May 2, 2016 | Hits:5 | African News

JOHANNESBURG—This is the fifth story in a series on road chaos in South Africa.On Dec. 6, 2005, Brenda Caplen was visiting her brother in Abu Dhabi.She was restless, "tossing and...

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