Category: Media Landscape

Traditional Communication Career Options In Nigeria

  Indigenous Communication as a discipline offers many different career options. A career in the traditional media environment will provide an expert with specialist knowledge with which he can effectively reach the audience with any particular message through the traditional media. This further means that such practices as advertising, marketing and public relations practitioners could […]

2019 Elections: NBC Sanctions NTA, AIT, Channels, 42 Others For Breach Of Ethical Codes

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has sanctioned 45 broadcast stations, including NTA, AIT, Channels and TVC News, for alleged ethical infractions in relation to the 2019 general elections. Director-General of the commission, Is’haq Modibbo Kawu, disclosed this at a news conference in Abuja on Friday. Mr Kawu said the erring stations, which cut across the […]

10 Discouraging Facts You Shouldn’t Know About Journalism Practice In Nigeria

Mass communication is an exciting profession with various branches, one of which is journalism. Be it print, broadcast or online journalism, this branch of the profession is regarded as rugged, intriguing and tasking. Studies have shown that women dominate journalism schools while men dominate the newsrooms. Despite this skewed gender representation in journalism practice, students […]

Top 15 Film Production Studios In Nigeria

The film production industry in Nigeria is impressively competing with others across the world. Nollywood which is the third largest film industry in the world (after Hollywood and Bollywood) is benefiting immensely from the good quality film production studios scattered across the country. These studios offer both real life and animation production services, some also […]

List Of Oldest Yoruba Language Newspapers In Nigerian Press History

  Yoruba language newspapers constitute a major pillar in the development of newspapers in Nigeria. The first Nigerian newspaper was a Yoruba language newspaper, Iwe Irohin, which was also the first indigenous language newspaper in Africa. It was established in 1859. The media landscape of Nigeria has a number of indigenous language newspapers which shared […]