Predictably, as the dust of political contestation is gradually being kicked up, strange things start to occur. This is even when the gladiators are warming up and rehearsing.
The imposition of fines by the Federal Government on three broadcasting stations for the airing of the documentary by the BBC Africa Eye
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.
Gunmen invaded the premises of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS), Awada, and Onitsha station, yesterday, and brutalised some staff members who were on night duty...
16 Nov 2021
Recently, on Tuesday November 2,2021 the entire media community in Nigeria had the opportunity to reflect on its operating environment. It was the commemoration of the UN’s International Day
23 Jun 2021
Stakeholders in the communication and broadcasting industry have advocated improved priority on indigenous languages content to promote better understanding and inclusive audience
4 May 2021
The National Universities Communication (NUC) has assured that unbundling Mass Communication in Nigeria universities and other higher learning institutions is presently at the final review
12 Apr 2021
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed says the amendments made to National Broadcasting Code to reposition the sector have started yielding results.
26 Jun 2020
Operators and experts are expressing anger and frustration over the provisions of the 6th edition of the Broadcasting Code Amendment as issued by National Broadcasting Commission
1 Jun 2019
PROFESSOR LAI OSO is the National President of the Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN). In this interview, he reviews the processes and structures of the government communication and information policies while offering better strategies to be adopted in order to accomplish the desired goals. What is your assessment of the performance…
9 Mar 2019
Professor Ralph Afolabi Akinfeleye bestrides Nigeria’s journalism and communication sphere like a colossus. His impact is indelible both in the classroom and newsroom. An unrepentant apostle of communication for development as well as an advocate of accountable media that is alive to its responsibility of monitoring governance, Akinfeleye, for decades, has remained the iconic bridge…
15 Sep 2018
His footprints in the broadcasting industry have remained evergreen. Mallam Nasir Danladi Bako, Kogunan Sakwatto began to show rare stuff at a tender age of 16 manning the airwaves of then Rima Radio, Sokoto with his masterly delivery of news and different programmes in both Hausa and English languages. The desire to enrich his broadcast…