“Lagos Talks on 91.3 FM”, is a radio station, operating the TALK Format. It is focused on creating and encouraging conversations about issues that affect all residents of Lagos.
Conversations will be moderated by seasoned qualified professionals and subject matter experts, to ensure that all view-points are articulated, and all sides of the discussion are heard. Topics will range from Politics and Current affairs to Sports, News, Business, Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Parenting, Relationships, Health and other areas of public interest. These will be interspersed with Music that relates to the subjects being discussed and the demographics it affects.
The station is targeted at demographics of between 18-45 years, and the entire spectrum of the socio – economic strata. “Lagos Talks on 91.3 FM” operates 24 hours daily and is an official partner of the National Professional Football League, and also holds the Audio rights for the English Premier League.
Lagos Talks on 91.3 FM, is operated by Megalectrics Ltd, who also operate Classic FM, The Beat FM and Naija FM.
Lagos talks on 91.3 FM, …Great Conversations, Great Music
MEGALECTRICS LIMITED is a reputable and wholly owned indigenous company with its headquarters in Lagos. The company was registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in July of 2001. Megalectrics has been a consistent player in the broadcasting and telecommunications industry with various landmark projects that have been the envy of our competitors; our unique and proprietary approach to projects ensures that we continue to remain the number one choice for clients when it comes to broadcasting and telecommunication projects. Megalectrics has since 2005, managed and operated the radio arm of the Delta State Broadcasting Services, in all aspects of Radio Broadcasting. This includes programming, training and day-to-day management.
Lagos Talks on 91.3 FM, is a radio station, operating the TALK Format. It is focused on creating and encouraging conversations about issues that affect all residents of Lagos. The conversations will be moderated by seasoned qualified professionals and subject matter experts, to ensure that all viewpoints are articulated, and all sides of the discussion are heard.