The Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) is a Nigerian government-owned and partly commercial broadcaster that was inaugurated in 1977. At inauguration, it had monopoly on television broadcasting in the country. The NTA runs the biggest television network in Nigeria with stations in several parts of Nigeria. Formerly known as Nigerian Television (NTV), the network began with a takeover of regional television stations in 1976 by the then Nigerian military authorities, and is widely viewed as the authentic voice of the Nigerian government. NTA’s monopoly was broken in the 1990s.
Today, it has stormed its audience with a grand 40th anniversary celebration , asking them to comment on their memorable moments.