Postal and telephone service are under the direction of the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications.
There are direct telephone connections between N’Djamena and Paris and several African capitals.
"He's a guy's guy," says Jeff Miller, who oversees sales for 92.3.
"Rover will belly up to the bar with you," adds Program Director Kim Monroe.
After being driven from Gasheger, some Boko Haram fighters fled across the Komadougou River into the town of Guesseri in Niger where soldiers from Niger's elite American-trained anti-terrorist unit pursued them."More than 100 fighters were in Gasheger.
Other publications include the weekly N’Djamena Hebdo (1999 circulation 9,500), and the monthly Tchad Et Culture (3,500).
The Constitution of Chad and Transitional Charter ensure freedom of speech and the press, and the government is said to respect these rights.
In 2003, there were an estimated 2 mainline telephones for every 1,000 people.
The same year, there were approximately 8 mobile phones in use for every 1,000 people.