Founded in 1975, the Voice of Lebanon was then the first commercial radio to ever broadcast in Lebanon. Drawing on its tank of highly qualified personnel, it has always given the best in the fields of news, political forums, interviews, music, social issues, sketches, culture, games, and even broadcast theater.

The Voice of Lebanon currently broadcasts on the following FM wavelengths:
Beirut: 93.3 MHz.
Northern and Southern Lebanon: 93.6 MHz.
Beqaa: 93.5 MHz.
A transmitter located in Deir el-Achaer and broadcasting on 93.1 MHz covers Damascus and its large vicinity.
In addition to its online presence, VDL is being relayed in Canada by the Middle East Radio, and by several other ethnic radios throughout the world.

In Beirut, the Voice of Lebanon retransmits live, the Arabic news of Radio Canada International “RCI”, Deutsche Welle (DW), and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) through a partnership agreement with the three stations. Through another agreement, the Voice of Lebanon broadcasts programs and music produced by Radio France International “RFI”.

In Lebanon we say that “Radio Voice of Lebanon broadcast the event before it even happens!”
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