Madagascar profile - Media
The media are highly-politicised and vulnerable to influence from their business and politics-linked owners, says Reporters Without Borders.
Although nationwide broadcasting remains a state monopoly, there are hundreds of private local radio and TV stations. Radio is the main medium for news.
BBC World Service radio is available on FM in Antananarivo (96.2), and Fianarantsoa and Toamasina (89.8). Radio France Internationale (RFI) is also carried by FM relays.
There were 2.6 million internet users by June 2019, 9.8% of the population (InternetWorldStats.com).
- Midi-Madagasikara - private daily
- Madagascar-Tribune - private daily
- La Gazette de la Grande Ile - private daily
- L'Express de Madagascar - private daily
- Lakroa (Cross) - Catholic weekly
- Television Malagasy (TVM) - state-owned
- Radio-Television Analamanga (RTA) - private
- Madagascar TV (MATV) - private
- Malagasy National Radio (RNM) - state-owned
- Radio Don Bosco - Catholic
- Radio Laza Iarivo (RLI) - private
- Radio Antsiva - private