Inferno has gutted some parts of the Ondo State Radiovision Corporation OSRC Complex in Akure, the state capital.
The fire which started early on Sunday affected some offices at the first floor.
The timely arrival of men of the Ondo State Fire Service who succeeded in putting out the fire that saved the equipment of the broadcast station.
The complex which houses the three stations of the media group did not have any of its studios affected.
The Chairman of the station, Adekunle Adebayo, in a press release confirmed there was a fire incident at the administrative section of the headquarters of the state government owned broadcast media, OSRC.
However, he said no human casualty was recorded, and the operational facilities including transmitters and studio equipment at our three services, OSRC TV, ORANGE FM and ALALAYE FM which now operate from the same premises are intact.
“Following a comprehensive review which certified that the transmission operations of the stations of the Ondo State Radiovision Corporation can recommence after the unfortunate fire incident of the early hours of today Sunday, November 27, the Management of Ondo State Radiovision Corporation has directed a gradual resumption of transmission for the three services.
“In this regard, the Sunshine 96.5FM Alalaye will resume at exactly 12pm today. This is to be followed in sequence by Orange 94.5FM and the Television services respectively.”