Radio Marshalls V7AB was established on or about 1960 when the country was still administered by the United States under a mandate from the United Nations.
National radio broadcasting is provided by Radio Marshalls V7AB to approximately 55,000 residents who live on 24 scattered and isolated atolls in an area of 750,000 square miles of the central Pacific.
A public service broadcaster located under the Ministry of Internal Affairs and licensed to broadcast on FM, AM and SW bands, its mission is to inform, educate and entertain the people of the Marshall Islands by fulfilling the role of public service broadcasting and delivering community service obligations and commitments of government to the people.
Radio Marshalls V7AB is 100% government-funded public service broadcaster with a total of 12 full-time employees. Programmes are delivered in both Marshallese (local language) and English, which is the second language used on the Marshall Islands.