GOtv promises more exciting, innovative programmes
“Top content that are not within the reach of average Nigerians are now available on GOtv. For instance, for the first time our reality TV show, BBNaija was aired on GOtv and it was exceedingly successful, not just in Nigeria, but across Africa.
Ambode to regulate newspapers, magazines, online media
To keep track of media publications, print and online, the Lagos State Government has commenced the process of reviewing the existing Newspaper Law Cap No 2 of 2003, with a view to making it more effective and in tune with modern day reality.
Radio station demolition… Nasarawa government says no compensation
Nasarawa State Government has maintained its resolution not to compensate Breeze 99.9 FM radio station despite pressure from stakeholders. The decision of the state government was conveyed through the Commissioner of Information, Culture and Tourism, Absulhamid Kwara....
SERAs 2017 calls for entry
Organisers of the Sustainability, Enterprise and Responsibility Awards, also known as SERAs CSR Awards has announced the commencement of submission of entries for the 2017 edition.
Book on Fashina@70 for presentation
Perspectives of Dipo Fashina’s Scholarship, Activism and Ideology will form a major part of the 70th birthday celebration of Dr. Oladipo Fashina, a senior lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State.
The Guardian Manufacturing Excellence Awards 2017: Nominees
The Guardian, Nigeria’s most trusted and credible newspaper in collaboration with Africa Development Studies Centre Inc. (ADSC) would recognise distinguished sector players in the manufacturing industry (true heroes of the Nigerian economy) who have consistently outperformed in spite of prevailing economic circumstances. This Award event is a great opportunity for deserving firms in the Nigerian…
‘Government needs to provide journalists with more information’
Chairman Unilag Radio, Centre of Excellence, Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye, said the media may have done well in certain areas; a lot is still needed to be done. “I will say that the government, on its own part, has...
Honourable Minister, this is bad PR
But rather than own up to this error and apologise to Nigerians, the ministry released a statement trying to justify what is an unforgivable blunder.
Brother launches range of products into Nigeria market
Brother International officially launched its print, scan, and copy technology solutions products into the Nigerian Market on Tuesday at Sheraton Hotel and towers Lagos