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According to information from www.nigerianidol.com, the show airs on Fridays and Sundays on the following stations.
AIT : Fridays 7-7.30 pm, Sundays 5.30-7pm
NTA:Saturdays 6:30pm-7pm; Sundays 3:30-5pm
DBN(Lagos): Fridays 9-9:30pm; Sundays 5:30-7pm
Silverbird TV (Lagos): Fridays 8:30-9pm; Sundays 8:30-10pm
GALAXY TV( Lagos/Ibadan): Fridays 7:10-7:40pm; Sundays 7:10- 9pm
SUPERSCREEN TV: Saturdays 2:30-3pm; Sundays 9:30-11pm
SALT TV(Ebonyi); Fridays 5-5:30pm; Sundays 5:30-7pm
PRTV(Jos):Fridays 7-7:30pm; Sundays2:30-4pm
DBS(Asaba): Fridays 7:30-8pm; Sundays 6:30-8pm
ESBS(Enugu) Fridays 7:30-8pm; Sundays 10-11:30pm
IMOTV: Fridays 8:30-9pm; Sundays 7:30-9pm
DITV(Kaduna): Fridays 8:30-9pm; Sundays 8-9:30pm
On DSTV, Nigerian Idol can be watched on AIT, NTA and Silverbird TV
On Infinity TV, Nigerian Idol can be watched on Galaxy Television at the same time as local stations
On Star Times, Nigerian Idol can be watched on Silverbird TV, NTA, AIT and DBN, at the same time as local stations
The show is currently in the top 30 elimination stage and the voting lines are now open. A winner will emerge finally on April 1 at a grand gala. The winner of Nigerian Idol goes home with a car, $100, 000 dollar worth of prizes and other prizes. All top 10 finalists on the show also go home with different prizes.
To vote for your favourite contestants and to win tickets to the studio recording and other giveaways, please log on to www.nigerianidol.com for more details.
Nigerian Idol is proudly brought to you by Etisalat in association with Pepsi and Sony. It is supported by Air Nigeria, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Megalectrics (owners of Beat FM, Classic FM and Naija FM).