NBC, broadcasters’ looming showdown over N4.3bn debt
There is a looming showdown between the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and some radio and television broadcasters in Nigeria over the inability of the commission to recover over N4 billion in licensing fees from the licensees.
Hate speech… Experts insist on review of Nigerian Media Code of Election
Media practitioners have canvassed the review of Nigerian Media Code of Election to guide against hate speech. They made the appeal in Lagos at a two-day meeting of International Press Centre...
At The Guardian sessions, experts task traditional media on content
Traditional media platforms have been enjoined to push out contents that are qualitative in order not to be pushed aside by the rising profile of Social Media.
Why state governments may not support Digital Switch Over, by El-Rufai
Following the launch of Digital Switch Over (DSO) from analogue to digital broadcasting yesterday in Kaduna, Governor Nasir El-Rufai, said it would be difficult for state governors to support it.
FATE foundation holds alumni conference
FATE Foundation, a non-profit entrepreneurial organisation, will hold its second annual alumni conference tomorrow at the Shell Hall, MUSON Centre in Lagos at 9am.
New broadcast operators seek tax moratorium to break-even
Mallam Is’haq Modibbo Kawu, talked tough when he recently addressed the media. He spoke on the issue of over 50 broadcast stations across the country, which had outstanding licensing fees to pay.