Why media must propagate cross-gender issues
The Board Chair of Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) Prof. Ropo Sekoni has said that because men and women are partners in the enterprise of life, the media needs to further ...
ADVAN president leads Nigeria’s delegation to marketing conference
The President of ADVAN, Mr. David Okeme, Board of Trustees’ Chairman, Aare Fatai Odesile will be leading a-six man delegation to represent Nigeria at the 2016 World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) ...
S&T Media secures seed funding from EchoVC Partners
A digital advertising company, S&T Media has raised a six figure seed from EchoVC Partners, an early stage technology venture capital firm.
Honing the investigative skill of female student journalists
The target audience – female student journalists – of the two-day workshop on Promoting Good Governance and Gender Equality through Investigative Journalism Training...
AXA Mansard launches TVC on benefits of health insurance
As part of efforts aimed at making Nigerians take on health insurance plan, AXA Mansard Health Limited, last week in Lagos launched a television commercial that highlighted the benefits of health insurance plan.
Turtle Taido… to hit screen in 53 African
The Animation Series, Adventures of Turtle Taido is set to start showing across 53 African countries. A syndication agreement has been signed between the owners of the program...
How delivery of STBs lightens digitisation route in Jos
Although, local production of Set Top Boxes (STBs) is preferred to importation, the delivery of the broadcast facility recently in Abuja has rekindle the hope of...
New edition of Safety Guide for Journalists out
ON the occasion of February 5, 2016 conference tagged ‘News Organizations Standing Up for the Safety of Media Professionals’ at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, Reporters Without Borders and UNESCO launched the latest edition of the Safety Guide for Journalists: A Handbook for Reporters in High-risk Environments.