Media practitioners, communication scholars and editors, yesterday, at the World Journalism Education Council (WJEC) roundtable, re-emphasised the need for training and re-training of journalists...
By October, all broadcasting transmissions in Lagos are expected to have gone digital to ensure full activation of the Digital Switch Over (DSO) programme in the state.
In preparation to fully transit Lagos from analogue to digital terrestrial broadcasting on April 29, Acting Director-General of National Broadcasting Commission, Prof. Armstrong Idachaba, has inspected the equipment on ground in the state.
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) says the Digital Switch Over (DSO) project will be completed by middle of 2022 when the country will fully transit from analogue to digital terrestrial broadcasting.
20 Oct 2020
The Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) and National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), the two government agencies regulating advertising practice and the broadcast media...
14 Aug 2020
The crisis rocking the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) appears far from being over, as the board, yesterday, declared the adoption of the 2020 broadcasting code illegal.
22 May 2018
The Guardian recently spoke with Director, Broadcast Monitoring at NBC, Dr. Armstrong Idachaba, on the issue, who said by law, once a license was issued and failed to put to use within 24 months, “it is deemed to have elapsed, the frequency returns to government and the Federal Government can re-issue it to any other interested party. [ad]