Kachikwu to deliver Leadership and Style magazine anniversary lecture
THE Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and ministerial nominee, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu on November 18, 2015 will deliver a lecture at the Nigeria Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Lagos, to mark one-year celebration of Leadership and Style magazine.
DMO trains online journalists in Lagos
TO ensure that new media journalists are equipped with in-depth knowledge of debt management in Nigeria, the Debt Management Office (DMO) organised training for online reporters and publishers in Lagos recently.
Stakeholders list benefits of second ACSPN conference
THE second annual conference of Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals (ACSPN) held in Lagos, September 2 through 3, with the theme, “Communication Education and Practice in the Age of New Media” had participants from across the country.
At RED Summit Gala, rain of encomiums for Chude Jideowno, Adebola Wiliams
THE Habour Point, Victoria Island, Lagos, was the place to be recently, as media icons, politicians, captains of industries, celebrities and entertainers converged for the inaugural edition of The Red Summit Gala.
Agbese tasks journalists on ethics
Mr. Dan Agbese has said that for the media to demand integrity from Nigerians then they must take issues of ethics and objectivity very seriously.
MIPCOM 2015… turning Nigeria into Africa’s broadcasting hub
With a total of 4449 exhibiting and visiting companies as well as 36 sponsors and 171 press organisations (print, electronic and online), MIPCOM 2015 lived up to expectation as the yearly most anticipated global market for entertainment content across all platforms. The city of Cannes, France once again, from October 5 to 8, 2015 hosted…
Promotional Products specialists inaugurate body
Finally, a formal body for one of Nigeria and indeed the world’s biggest industry, Promotional Products Specialists (APPSON), was inaugurated last week at Commerce House, Lagos. The promotional products and business gifts business, considered to be contributing enormously to the economy, is said to be as old as Nigeria or even older. According to its…
Institute begins consumer research consultancy
In order to provide platforms for insight into consumer behaviours and trends, the Nigeria Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) has announced it has set up a committee within the body to be engaging in consumer research on consultancy basis. Intimating the media of the new development in Lagos last week, the President of NIMN,…
Think Big Campiagn… to drive entry into Nigeria’s market
The Country Manager of Ajeast Nigeria, the producer of Big Cola, Mr. Theo Williams has said that its entry into the Nigeria market will be driven by the Think Big Campaign, a communication campaign that will be pan-Nigeria. According to him, this will include savvy radio commercials, outdoor billboards, in-store promotions and major events, among…
OAAN appoints ambode as patron
…pleads for rates review THE Outdoor Advertising Association of Nigeria (OAAN) has appointed Governor Akinwumi Ambode of Lagos State as its patron. OAAN, however, appealed to the state government to further create an enabling business environment for its members to operate through a review of the high tariffs being charged its members by the Lagos…
Osoba, Ofeimun, Sulaiman lament lack of investigative journalism
The absence of investigative journalism has been blamed for the rising cases of corruption in the country in high and low places. This was the view of former Ogun State governor Chief Segun Osoba, a former minister in the past administration, Dr. Abubakar Sulaiman and prominent poet, Mr. Odia Ofeimun. They made the pronouncement last…
Lai Oso… 60 cheers for communication scholar
It was a torrent of encomiums for Professor Lai Oso, the immediate past Dean of the School of Communication, Lagos State University at a lecture to celebrate his 60th birthday held in Lagos last week. On hand to celebrate with him were family members, friends, colleagues and church members, who came from different parts of…