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4 Sep
The evolution of content creation has seen a paradigm shift in the way we consume, and indeed, create content for mass consumption. Just over a decade ago, we relied solely on mainstream media platforms like the radio, televisions, newspapers, magazines, CDs, and cassettes who zealously controlled the flow of information and entertainment, and often for…
7 May
Fast-rising filmmaker, Ekwe Uchenna, professionally known as Fizzyfrosh, has called for the introduction of content creation for social media into the Nigerian education syllabus. Fizzyfrosh explained that the soft-skill is currently one of the major income-earning streams for Nigerian youths, hence the need for it to be taken more seriously. He said: “It would be…
20 Sep 2019
Having listened to a plethora of presentations and read a host of articles and academic writings on how to bridge the existing digital divide on the continent, one marginalised group seems to come to mind.
16 Feb 2019
Women in media have been urged to be willing teachers and students and to ensure they get compensated for the work they put in at the Women in Media hangout organised by the Women In Media Development Initiative. The maiden Lagos edition which held in Ikeja with women from media across the board including print,…


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Following gains recorded by many bluechip stocks, especially BUA Cement and Nigerian Exchange Group (NGXGroup), the equities market reopened in an upbeat yesterday, as market capitalisation
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Chairman of the adhoc committee probing mining industries in the state, Umar Isah Tenimu, gave the directive, yesterday, during the continuation of a public investigative hearing on revenue collection.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has stated that the passage of the Investments and Securities Bill (ISB) 2022 would enhance the performance of the capital market as well as facilitate economic diversification.
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Barely 24 hours after it reeled out shareholders of the new national carrier, the Ministry of Aviation has dramatically delisted the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA)
13 mins ago
Nigeria now retains $7 billion out of about $21 billion spending in the oil and gas industry in the country yearly, the Executive Secretary of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board