Founded on June 29,2000
The First Oromo Independent Television
Oromo TV seeks to offer thought-provoking, contextual, and nuanced coverage of critical public interest issues thereby bringing much needed attention to underreported stories in the region.
Our goal is to create a strong and sustainable multilingual newsroom that will serve as a reliable source of information about the Oromo people, in Oromia and the greater Horn of Africa region. We hold ourselves to the highest journalistic standards but unabashedly and proudly offer a uniquely Oromo perspective.
We also aim to connect the growing Oromo diaspora to its homeland Oromia using innovative digital tools and people-centered storytelling techniques. Our high quality, high-impact multimedia content will be available in easily accessible formats including on the web, mobile devices, social media television.
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