The Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Lagos Channel 10, originated as the Nigeria Television Service (NTS) Lagos. Later, it was renamed NBC TV Lagos in October 1976 and in April 1977, it was again renamed NTV, Lagos and there after NTA Lagos under the defunct NTA Zone.

In January, 1978 the station was renamed NTA Channel 10, Lagos. In the year 2007, the station assumed the current name NTA Lagos under the Lagos Zonal Centre; it is presently located at Tejuosho Avenue, Yaba. NTA Lagos Channel 10, the station for excellence is unique in the broadcast of consistently clean signals over a wide coverage area of metropolitan Lagos, parts of Ogun, Oyo, Edo, Delta, Rivers, kwara, Osun, Ondo States and the Republic of Benin.

Beaming quality news and programmes, on the most powerful VHF Band III, NTA Lagos provides the viable medium for products and corporate promotions to organizations and individuals.

For effective, efficient and dynamic operations, NTA Lagos Channel 10 is headed by a General Manager and Assisted by a team of Managers heading the six divisions, namely Administration and Training, programmes, News and Current Affairs, marketing, Finance and Engineering and also supported by Assistant Managers.

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