Want the latest Fiji news? Want to tune into the radio? Find it all out here from paper newspapers, to online news, to radio stations across Fiji.
The Fiji news & radio contents:
Fiji TV is a publicly traded company and operates a free-to-air channel as well as Sky Fiji and Sky Pacific multi-channel pay-TV services.
The state-owned Fiji Broadcasting Corporation Ltd (FBC) started its first free-to-air television FBC TV on 25 November 2011.
There are 2 national daily newspapers in English currently in circulation.
Fiji Times is Fiji's largest and oldest newspaper in circulation. The daily newspaper has been operating since 1869 and has since moved it's operations to
Suva from Levuka.
Fiji Sun is the other national daily newspaper, and has been publishing since September 1999.
Fiji's Daily Post was a major independent newspaper which operated from 1987 to 2010. Daily Post had newspapers published in several languages across various ethnic groups in Fiji including: English, Fijian, Hindi, Rotuman, and two Chinese newspapers.
Both the Fiji Times and Fiji Sun have online editions which can be accessed by following the links, above, to it's sections. Other online news outlets are:
Fiji Village is an online news service covering a range
of topics. It's also affliated with Radio Sargam.
Fiji Live is one of Fiji's largest websites and is an online newspaper and information portal. Fijilive has shifted
it's focus towards infotainment. Amongst others, it has Fijilive Dating, Fijilive Jobs, and Fijilive Real Estate. Fijilive is in English and Fijian.
Intelligentsiya is a blog by Fijian journalists reporting
on the human rights situation in Fiji.
FBC has the following stations:
Communications Fiji Ltd (CFM), which owns Fiji Village, is the largest radio broadcasting company in the South Pacific operating 5 radio stations in Fiji: