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16 Nov
Stakeholders in the media industry, last week, stressed the need for training and retraining of journalists for optimum performance.
13 Apr 2021
For the nation’s broadcast industry to be globally competitive, one of the first female broadcasters in the country, Chief Julie Coker, has stressed the need for total overhaul of the space.
23 Feb 2021
Broadcasters, presenters, commentators and other stakeholders in the media space, on World Radio Day 2021, restated the need to use radio to sensitise citizens on observing COVID-19 protocols
26 Jul 2020
Veteran broadcasters have urged young ones in the profession and others to emulate the excellent and passionate disposition of the renowned icon of television broadcasting
NBC
5 Jul 2020
I recently heard a presenter sign off on a programme on a radio station in Lagos metropolis with the phrase, “mind your damn business.” Damn? Damn.

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16 mins ago
On December 21, 2021, President Muhammadu Buhari alarmingly declined assent to the long-awaited Electoral Act Amendment Bill through a letter to the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan and his counterpart at the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila.
19 mins ago
Absa, a pan-Africa financial institution, has reiterated its commitment to driving trade financing across Africa by providing digital solutions that would remove impediments to accessing finance, especially by SMEs.
28 mins ago
The Nasarawa State Police Command has confirmed the arrest of Mr Dan’asabe Eddo, a 43-year-old man, for allegedly raping an 80-year-old woman in the state.
36 mins ago
A father and his son have died after inhaling kerosene fumes while trying to manually drain a filled septic tank at Road Five in Rumuekini Community, Obio-Akpor Council, Rivers State.
42 mins ago
There are a great number of Nigerian graduates out there, still seeking white collar jobs (WCJs), despite the fact that their arrow has not hit the target, which is the job of their dream. Frankly speaking, these youths have a share of the blame, as well as the Nigerian society.