MiTV is a member of Murhi International Group. The parent company-Murhi International Nigeria Limited was incorporated in 1977 and has since then grown to conglomerates.The Company is a recognized leader in the fields of broadcasting, telecommunications equipment, marketing, sales and installations.
The telecommunication equipment division amongst its services assembles telephone handset, intercoms, door Phones and EPABX locally.The organization is also the proud owners of the wave making broadcast stations – STAR FM 101.5 and MITV Channel 43 UHF.
The company has in its employment seasoned administrators, broadcasters, engineers, and marketers. They are highly skilled with unique corporate culture, a strong sense of integrity, and never-ending creative Instincts.
The directors of the company are high net-worth individuals, with strong commitment to deliver results, and high level integrity, with strong passion for winning.
To be a reputable television station beaming Marketing Oriented entertaining programmes, news, sports, current affairs And culture – A politically unbiased, and self-sustaining station.
Broadcast stations in the prime city of Lagos, with the studios and transmitters co-sited at the central business district, Alausa – Ikeja.
Reputable terrestrial broadcasting outfit providing holistic entertainment programmes, news, sports, and current affairs to the Lagos metropolis, the Southern Western parts of the country, as well as Republic of Benin and Togo across West Africa coasts on DSTV.
Track record of consistent growth in size, viewership, listenership and media ratings, as well as strategic partnering arrangement structure to widen its viewership scope and increased profitably.
Record level of compliance with regulatory requirement, financial stability and stable management. Consistently achieving significant growth yearly, and with well thought-out ambitions expansion programmes well underway. Endowed with competent, and people focused management team that thrives on continuous learning.
Array of entertainment programmes, news, family, business, music, sports, education, health and development issues.Transmitting consistently for 18 hours daily.