Buhari wants me to always tell him the truth, says Adesina
A thanksgiving service was held recently at the Foursquare Church, Sabo-Yaba in honour of the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina.
Channels TV, Deutsche Welle partner for better, balanced reporting on Africa
THE Director General of Germany’s public broadcasting station Deutsche Welle, Mr. Peter Limbourg, last week said that his station’s strategic partnership with Lagos-based broadcasting station Channels Television is principally aimed at bringing a new picture for Africa to the world. On his part, Chairman of Channels TV, Mr. John Momoh, maintained that the partnership, from…
Training for newly licensed community broadcasters
The National Broadcasting Commission will, this week, hold a two-day workshop for the newly licensed Community Broadcasting Organizations. The workshop, which holds in Kaduna on July 23 and 24, is aimed at giving the CB organizations an orientation of the parameters of this third tier of broadcasting. CB operation is different from commercial or government…
Google@mediaReach OMD… Elevating traditional online practice through partnership
The Chief Executive Officer of the West and Central Africa’s number one independent media specialist, mediaReach OMD, Mr. Tolu Ogunkoya, has said that the partnership between his company and Google Nigeria has been taken to a new level with the recent hosting of Google@mediaReach OMD. Ogunkoya said the recent event titled: Google@mediaReach OMD, was unique…
CPJ rues worsening climate for journalists in Kenya
A combination of legal and physical harassment, as well as concentration in media ownership, makes it increasingly difficult for journalists to work freely in Kenya, according to “Broken promises: How Kenya is failing to uphold its commitment to a free press,” a report released last Wednesday by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). The restrictions…
How journalists’ union shapes history of press in Nigeria
The Nigerian media has come a long way and a critical ingredient in that journey is the journalist. So a book that provides an historical insight into the activities of the union that journalists belong to, no doubt, would be exciting and revealing for any reader and researcher. The book, NUJ: A history of Nigeria…
Why we are passionate about our identity as corporate citizen - Rahul Colaco
The equity increase to nearly 68 per cent in FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria PLC undertaken recently by its parent company, Royal FrieslandCampina, has been regarded as another demonstration of commitment to serve, especially loyal consumers better, and Nigerians in general.
Why monopoly still rules Pay TV market
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of African Cable Television (ACTV), Mr. Godfrey Orkeh has called on the federal government to create enabling environment for other operators to thrive in the pay TV industry arguing there is a monopolistic tendency in the market, as the existing structure allows a dominant player to take advantage of the environment.
OAAN Awards: Grenadines Homes Wins Outdoor Creative Excellence
One of the leading real estate development companies in Nigeria, Grenadines Homes has been crowned as the winner of the OAAN ‘Outdoor Creative Excellence’ of the year 2015 with its ‘Shoe and the Watch’ creative outdoor advert in the category for Public Services/Real Estate
Okhma Global wins marketing rights for The Calabar Carnival
After a series of presentations by several marketing companies seeking to handle The Calabar Carnival account, the Cross River State carnival commission, the agency responsible for overseeing the annual event have announced Okhma Global Limited – a marketing consulting firm based in Lagos as the Lead Marketing company for the carnival.
Media Perspectives associates represent Nigeria at Cannes
Media Perspectives has yet again proven its hallmark for success as the agency produced the Cannes Young Lions who represented Nigeria at the just concluded 2015 Cannes Young Lions Festival in France.
Airtel partners The Journalism Clinic to train Nigerian Journalists
In order to expose some journalists to tools and techniques to make their content more compelling to the vast audiences who now, more than ever before, consume news and other content on digital platforms, Airtel Nigeria, has partnered with The Journalism Clinic to host a four-city-four-week multimedia journalism training/road show for 100 Nigerian journalists.