History of broadcasting in Nigeria began with the introduction of the British Empire service Relay Station in Victoria Island in 1932. The story came unfolding until 1959 when the first indigenous television station in Nigeria (also the first in Africa) was established. That was Western Nigeria Television (WNTV). This marked the beginning of the story of indigenous broadcasting in Nigeria. Watch this video to get the full gist of how broadcasting evolved in Nigeria. The beauty of this video is that the story is very interesting with less rigid dates and more interesting gist about broadcasting in Nigeria.