Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has advocated stronger ethical standards for advertising agencies, as this would be the yardstick for measuring growth and development of the industry.
Mr Politician, brand yourself!
That is from a cartoon I received on Whatsapp last week and one of hundreds of jokes aimed at politicians. There is a general perception of politicians as a gang of irresponsible, corrupt, inept and addle headed buffoons.
Western Lotto to bring excitement to Nigerians
The Managing Director of Western Lotto Nigeria, Elvis Krivokuca, has said that the newly launched company was entering the Nigerian gaming industry with a different lottery experience that would be fun and exciting.
Subscribers laud GOTV’s ‘WOW Reward Promo’
Subscribers to the GOTV network have commended the service provider for putting in place the ‘WOW Promo,’ which affords them access to multiple entertainment channels, educative and informative programmes, as well as free airtime to call friends and loved ones.
Okoro, at inaugural lecture, seeks branding, diplomacy ministry
Professor of Mass Communication, Department of Mass Communication at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Prof. Nnanyelugo Okoro, gave the advice at the 119th Inaugural Lecture of the university.
‘Branding Nigeria requires professional input’
Recalling that Nigeria has over the years struggled to find a fitting purpose. Okuhu said previous efforts failed because they were based on emotions that were clearly antithetical to the reality of the country.
UNESCO, MAIN reaffirm commitment to community radio operations
Mr. Yao Ydo, reiterated the commitment of UNESCO to supporting sustainable community radio operations in the country, saying, “Community radio is a major participatory medium that engenders inclusive and sustainable development.”
ITS charges NBC to review current business model in DSO
The General Manager of Integrated Television Services, ITS, Musbau Rotimi Salami has called for the review of the current business model arrangement put in place by the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission, NBC, to allow...
Branding Made In Aba
Finally, “Made in Aba” is looking like a brand. How reassuring! We are told Aba produces 800,000 shoes and 90,000 bags per day. I have seen the advert on CNN and I am quite impressed. I have known “Aba Made” since my childhood days.