Voice of Toro

A Brief Introduction

Voice of Toro (VOT) Ltd is a Ugandan FM radio company started to provide quality and efficient broadcasting services in Western Uganda and neighboring regions. The company is composed of individuals with vast experience in the broadcasting, technical, marketing and other business sectors.

VOT: a Broadcasting Solutions Company

VOT provides modern end-to-end customised communications solutions based on innovative programming that satisfies all age groups. VOT’s mission is to establish itself as the leading broadcasting company in Western Uganda and the neighboring regions in order to meet the ever growing demand for quality service.

VOT History

VOT has been in operation since 1996. In the period that we have been in operation, we have done business, including public awareness campaigns, with very many companies and other organizations, both local and multinational.

VOT was started in 1996 and is the pioneer rural based FM radio station in Uganda. VOT’s broad coverage includes Western, South Western and parts of Central Uganda. Total population in these areas is estimated to be over 15 million people.
VOT’s signal is also received in parts of Northern Rwanda (Nyagatare, Byumba and Ruhengeri); Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and Northern Tanzania (Bukoba).

The main languages which VOT broadcast in include the 4rs which are Rutooro, Runyankole, Runyoro and Rukiga. The station also broadcasts Rukonzho, Rwamba, Kinyarwanda, Lingala, Luganda, Swahili and English.

Awards Won

VOT won an award in promoting the competitiveness of Uganda’s coffee through radio broadcasting.

Station Information

Genres
Christian Contemporary
Affiliate Networks
Voice of America (VOA)
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Telephone Numbers
Studio:
+256 756 000 101
+256 392 857 749
Station:
+256 773 226 822

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