Members of the Guild of Corporate Online Publishers (GOCOP) have expressed concern over the National Information Technology Development Agency’s (NITDA) Practice Code, describing it as a baseless
The Guardian correspondent in Abuja, Tina Abeku, has won the first prize for the Most Outstanding Newspaper article on Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) in Nigeria. Her report also beat 11 other contenders to clinch the prize for the overall best-written WEE article at the competition, which aims to promote WEE reporting in Nigeria. The award…
Blackhouse Media (BHM) has received a coveted badge of honour as the third-ranked agency in the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa region (APMEA) on PRovoke’s 2022 Global PR Agency ‘Fast Mover’ Rankings.
In commemoration of the maiden edition of International Day to Counter hate speech, United Nations (UN) has cautioned against trampling on freedom of speech and expression,
Lagos State Traffic Radio, at its 10th anniversary gala night, honoured staff and stakeholders that have contributed to the station’s success.
Speaking on the significance of investigative journalism and the safety of journalists, the Vice-Chancellor, Federal University Kashere, Gombe State, Professor Umaru Pate canvassed safety
A veteran broadcaster, Mr. Yemi Sonde, has charged young professional broadcasters not to use shortcuts to achieve success but embrace hard work, dedication and prayers.
The Network of Advocates for Digital Reporting (NADIR) has lauded the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) for drafting a 'Code of Practice for Interactive Computer Service Platforms/Internet Internet Intermediaries'. At a press conference in Kano, the group said the code will not only strengthen press freedom and maintain the dignity of information but will…
Dateline: Monday, May 30, 2022. The conference of International Communication Association (ICA), a global body of communication scholars, teachers and practitioners, who had gathered in Paris, France, for five days to deliberate on global communication scholarship ended on a satisfactory note.
Twenty-three years after the return to civil rule, communication scholars, journalists and media practitioners have described the nation’s media as pivotal to the sustenance
Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education (Nuffic) Global Development is offering scholarships to media makers in restrictive settings who use media for social change
Members of the Heads of Advertising Sectoral Group (HASG) have condemned the onslaught by Lagos and Kaduna States against Out-of-Home Advertising media, insisting that the development can strangulate business.