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Need for a more responsive media industry

Need for a more responsive media industry

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe  / Lagos Journalism, as far as Nigeria is concerned has come a long way. And coming a long way, it has passed through thick and thin to get…

Celebrating Veteran Broadcasters in Ekiti

Celebrating Veteran Broadcasters in Ekiti

By Yaqoub   Popoola /Ado-Ekiti  Recently, the immediate past Director General of the Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State (BSES) Barrister Sina Awelewa acknowledged the immense contributions of his predecessors in office,…

Rivers Deputy Speaker charges media on professionalism

By Daniel Abia, P/H   The Deputy Speaker of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Leyii Kwanee, has called on the media professionals to always display social responsibility and professional integrity…

I want to rival Facebook – Chukwu

I want to rival Facebook – Chukwu

`Terrence Benjamin Chukwu is young but very dynamic. He runs the T.Ben Media Network. In this interview with our Reporter, Lucy Eazee, he talks about his other passion; to develop…

Digital switchover: The continuing concerns

Digital switchover: The continuing concerns

It was interesting watching the glee on the face of a certain Nigerian young man, as he heaved his newly bought analogue television set and his video player along a…

INL Press Week comes alive

By Emma Maduabuchi, Assistant Features Editor This year’s Independent Newspapers Limited (INL) Press Week starts with a two-day seminar on Wednesday, December 12, to be anchored by two frontline lawyers Nigerian…

2012 Media awards: three gone; two to go

2012 Media awards: three gone; two to go

Issues surrounding five currently prominent media awards in the country are still the prime subject of discussion amongst Nigerian media persons at the moment. The five awards are: Nigeria Media…

The entrance of a Political Economist

The entrance of a Political Economist

Though it crept subtly into the market, yet it had not escaped notice. Without the razzmatazz and the advertisement blitz often noticed in the introduction …

Media Awards 2012

By Emma Maduabuchi, Assistant Features Editor December is here again. December is the month and season when many serious journalists and media houses look forward to awards for works done in…

Use of the media and journalists’ fate

Use of the media and journalists’ fate

Discussions among Nigerian elites, politicians and political office holders alike, often reveal a level of displeasure with the way the media has operated in the country. Ruing the power of…

CNN/MultiChoice awards and Nigerian journalism

Penultimate week, in faraway Zambian capital, Lusaka, some internationally successful corporate organisations gathered to make a huge success of this year’s Multichoice/CNN awards.…

As NUJ rejects Channels TV slavery plot

Media at different times in the history of Nigeria have championed several causes that served as turning points of liberation in several sectors. …

Nigerian press commendable but… – Chijioke Odom

I will say the media is a very strategic complement in the building of the democratic infrastructure in the country; the hard weapon and essential perception of the democratic process…

2012 media awards and journalists

The wheel of awards for media practitioners and institutions, both locally and internationally, go on strong in Nigeria. Current findings revealed that many more journalists are becoming interested and putting…

Dana crash and media coverage

The media in Nigeria has played many important roles in the country’s history that many Nigerians have come to expect so much from it. Even the practitioners in the country,…