On World Communications Day, journalists urged to enhance skills through technology
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS), Awka, Chief Uche Nworah, has said that the technology skill gaps was the reason non-professionals were profiting from a democratized media industry and called on journalists to raise their skills level in order to maximise the opportunities and values offered by technology. Nworah,…
‘How technology, fallen standards, others affect media output’
In the world over, there is a growing narrative around the culture of reading. For many, good reading culture appears to have disappeared or whittled down considerably. This, perhaps, has contributed, albeit, partially, to a drop in print run of newspaper and magazine publications.
Stronger anti- corruption policies needed to end Coronavirus pandemic
Participants at the one day Anti Corruption Situation Room (ACSR) meeting organised by the country’s anti-graft group have said that an intensified fight against corruption at all levels is needed to bring an end to COVID-19 pandemic.
Ufuoma McDermott becomes new face of Friska Herbal Teas
Friska Farms Limited, makers of Friska Herbal teas, recently appointed Ufuoma McDermott, a Nollywood A-lister as its brand ambassador. The appointment, which was signed recently, demonstrates the brand’s vision to be the leading African organic lifestyle
Polo Luxury group provides support to community during COVID-19
Nigeria’s foremost lifestyle and luxury company, Polo Luxury group continues to showcase its commitment to societal development by leading the charge in engaging and supporting households, individuals and frontline workers ...
Journalists decry insufficient protection to cover COVID-19
Journalists covering the Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria have said they lack sufficient protection and are not adequately catered for. They recently lamented the poor attention given to them in a survey conducted by a group of media and civil society groups between ....
Ensuring safety of the watchdog during COVID-19, beyond
The world, today, is in a war situation, with journalists and media practitioners as frontline soldiers, because of their quest to bring information to the people without fear or favour.
‘Why journalists need protection as frontline workers in COVID-19 fight’
Though Nigeria may have moved up five steps in the World Press Freedom ranking, 115 among 180 countries, communication experts believe there are still more to be done.
Agency trains SMEs on how to up productivity during lockdown
Despite the disruption of businesses caused by statewide lockdown order issued by the government to stem the spread of the infectious Coronavirus, small business owners have seized the chance to return to the drawing board to retool and restrategize for more productivity. The opportunity for skill upgraded hosted online was presented by Nixxhash Communications, a…
‘Campus radio must be socially-responsible’
As more campus radio stations continue to spring up in the country, a professor of journalism and mass communication, Ralph Akinfeleye, has insisted that campus radio must not be a PR tool
‘How media partnership can expand advertising landscape post COVID-19’
Though the novel coronavirus is disrupting many areas of the digital industry, including advertising spend, many have argued that partnership would be the only way to survival. MARGARET MWANTOK takes a look at the issue. When The Guardian caught up with Guillaume Coffin, Vice President, Head of Commercial and Business Development Turner France, Africa &…