A free-to-air television network in Ethiopia is called Ethiopian Broadcasting Service (EBS TV). The network was established in 2008 and has reporters in both the United States and Ethiopia at its headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. The majority of the programming on EBS TV is in Amharic. The first private channel to air in Ethiopia is EBS TV.
Talk shows, game shows, movies, dramas, and other entertainment-related topics are a focus of EBS TV. The first local late-night chat show, Seifu on EBS, presented by Seifu Fantahun, was produced by EBS TV. Since March 2017, the channel has also been broadcast on DStv in addition to being accessible via Nilesat’s 7°W location. The first privately owned television network in Ethiopia is EBS TV.
Additionally, it runs the stations EBS Musika and EBS Cinema, both of which can be available with EBS TV on Roku TV and NSS 12 Satellite 11105 V 45000. 2018 saw the successful acquisition of a local broadcasting license for EBS TV. For the corporation to get the local broadcasting license, it had to be divided into two distinct organizations, EBS Television Ethiopia Plc and EBS Television Global. At its present headquarters, the Bawa Building, near Unity University in Gerji, EBS has live broadcast studios set up for its news and sports programs as of April 2018.