Category: Media Landscape

UNESCO Gives N7 Million Grant To ACSPN

  The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), has given a grant equivalent of $21, 000 (about N7,560,000) to the Association of Communication Scholars & Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN), on Media and Information Literacy Non-Curricula Activities. The print and electronic materials to be developed under the contract, would be used primarily in Nigeria […]

Full Text Of Raymond Dokpesi’s Address To The Press Over NBC Withdrawal of AIT/Raypower License

BEING TEXT OF THE ADDRESS DELIVERED BY HIGH CHIEF ENGR. RAYMOND A.A. DOKPESI, PHD, DSC, OFR, FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN EMERITUS OF DAAR COMMUNICATIONS PLC AT A PRESS CONFERENCE AT THE CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS OF THE DAAR COMMUNCATIONS PLC, KPADUMA HILLS, ASOKORO – ABUJA ON THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 2019. Good morning fellow Nigerians and gentlemen of the […]

Jones Abiri, Weekly Source Newspaper Editor Chargerd For Terrorism By Nigerian Government

Controversial journalisti Jones Abiri, was on Wednesday arraigned by the Nigerian government for alleged economic sabotage and terrorism. Federal prosecutors filed three counts of terrorism, economic sabotage, and fraud against Mr Abiri on Wednesday morning, according to his lawyer, Samuel Ogala, reports Premium Times. Court filing said Mr Abiri sent text messages from his phone […]

Why Channels Television Is Phenomenal In Nigeria’s Media Landscape

Channels Television could be described as one of the leading television stations in Africa. This is in view of its unbelievable achievements in Nigeria’s broadcast media industry. It is one of the independent television stations currently broadcasting in Nigeria, since the Federal Government deregulated the broadcast media in 1992. The Company was licensed in June […]

List of Campus Radio Stations In Enugu

Campus radio is an important educational and social facility for campuses around the world. It prepares students with real-life experience. Most of these stations feature news shows, sports programmes, and public affairs broadcasts, which prepare students for careers in journalism, television, and more. Campus radio station undoubtedly allows students to receive important media experience they […]

Nigeria Among The Worst Places To Practice Journalism In The World

The atmosphere within which the press operate in Nigeria reflects growing incidents of brutality and harassment of journalists and media houses creating a disturbing picture of freedom of the press in Nigeria. The infamous quote of former military ruler of Uganda, Idi Amin “There is freedom of speech, but I cannot guarantee freedom after speech” may […]

See Seven Powerful Courses To Replace Mass Communication Degree In Nigeria

Professors, professionals and practitioners of communication in Nigeria presented new communication curricula to National Universities Commission (NUC). Proponents of the new curricula worked on it for over two years and have been advocating for its acceptance and adoption. They include professors and senior lecturers from the departments of mass communication/communication studies of numerous universities spread […]