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Media of Burundi by Kenyans247(1): Sat 18, April, 2020 05:56pm
Telephone
Main article: Communications in Burundi
In 2003 in Burundi, there were an estimated three mainline telephones for every 1,000 people; about 4,700 people were on a waiting list for telephone service installation. The same year, there were approximately nine mobile phones in use for every 1,000 people.

Radio
See also: List of radio stations in Africa: Burundi and List of radio stations in Burundi [fr]
In 2001, there were four FM radio stations, two of which were owned by the government, including the Voice of the Revolution, broadcasting in Rundi, Swahili, French, and English. There were eight privately owned radio stations in 2004, including Radio Isanganiro, Bonesha FM, and African Public Radio (RPA); all of these are broadcast in French, Rundi, and Swahili. Some stations receive funding from international donors. Transmissions can be received from British Broadcasting and Radio France Internationale.

Television
Television in Burundi was introduced in 1984, and began colour transmission in 1985. As of 2004 there was still only one television service, the Télévision Nationale du Burundi. This was owned by the government. In 2003, there were an estimated 220 radios and 35 television sets for every 1,000 people.

Main channels
Name Owner Type Launched
RTNB Government of Burundi State-owned 1975
Télé Renaissance Bernard Henri Levy[1] Private-owned 2008
Héritage TV ?
TV Salama
BeTV ? Private 2017
Internet
Main article: Communications in Burundi
Burundi has launched a $25 million investment project in a fibre-optic cable network to widen access to broadband Internet and cut costs.[2]

The main Internet publications in Burundi are

Ikiriho Groupe Iwacu RegionWeek Igihe burundisports

Print
The government issues a French-language daily, Le Renouveau du Burundi, with a circulation of 20,000 in 2002, and several periodicals, including a weekly newspaper, Ubumwe, published in Kirundi, with a 1999 circulation of 20,000, and Burundi Chrétien. There were five private weekly papers as of 2004 and eight private Internet and fax news sheets.

Arc-en-Ciel
Burundi Chrétien
Burundi Tribune
Le Renouwveau du Burundi
Ubumwe
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