Voice of Ho Chi Minh City

Voice of Ho Chi Minh City, officially Voice of Ho Chi Minh City's People is the official broadcasting station of Ho Chi Minh City. The station is located on Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Voice of Ho Chi Minh City is under the administration of Ho Chi Minh City Service of Culture and Communication and Ho Chi Minh City Communist Party Commission. The station broadcasts separate services on AM 610 kHz and FM 99.9 MHz, both of which can be heard throughout southern Vietnam.

Official website at http://www.voh.com.vn/news/default.aspx

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