Experts challenge media on migration reporting
Media practitioners have been urged to expand interest, capacity and coverage of migration, which has become a global developmental issue, with Nigeria at the epicentre.
The media as villain in a democracy?
Gentlemen of the press, all ye newsmen, play-wright, video and electronic devices producers, writers, critics the dice is cast.
‘We will do everything possible to sanitise media Industry without gagging the press’
The resolve by the Federal Government to ensure that there is sanity on social media has generated a lot of debates and (mis) interpretations, especially among the critical mainstream media.
New initiative to support local creators launched in Lagos
To encourage local creators, the American video-sharing platform, YouTube, has unveiled two new initiatives to support the growth of content creators in Nigeria.
FG seeks India’s support for Nigeria’s film industry
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has enjoined the Indian Government to support Nigeria’s film industry with the technology that will enhance the quality of films produced in the country.
Media critical to survival of democracy, says cleric
Prelate of the Benin United Baptist Church, Apostle Osama Usunalele, has described the media as critical to the survival of democracy. Usunalele, who spoke at the 2019 Press Week organised by the Nigeria Union of Journalists...
Why newspapers will survive challenge of new media, Chen Yulin
Senior Editor and Deputy General Manager, China’s People’s Daily, Chen Yulin, told The Guardian yesterday that he doesn’t believe Newspapers will die as being speculated by some people as “they will remain to preserve the memories of generations yet unborn.”
The media sons and daughters of July
July, the seventh month of the year, holds a special attraction for quite a number of our media professionals. Journalists and broadcasters, educators and administrators, publishers and entrepreneurs, it is the birth month of at least thirteen Nigerians who have contributed their fair share to the development of the Nigerian media.