A 27,918-square-foot television station was added at the Centreville site in 1977 at a cost of $6 million.
ZNS launched an FM radio station (104.5FM) for New Providence in 1988. Currently, ZNS-1 uses a 50KW AM transmitter to distribute its programming to islands of the northwest, central and southeast Bahamas on frequency 1540AM. ZNS-1 also transmits on frequency 104.5FM to the New Providence audience, using a 5KW transmitter. ZNS-2, “The Inspiration Station”, broadcasts via a 10KW transmitter on frequency 107.9FM. ZNS-3 uses a 10KW AM transmitter to broadcast to islands in the Northern Bahamas on frequency 810AM. It also transmits simultaneously on frequency 104.5FM, using a 10KW transmitter.