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Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has solicited continued partnership with the media to help government and citizens realise that Nigeria
International Press Centre (IPC), Media Rights Agenda (MRA) and League of Nigerian Columnists (LNC) have expressed dissatisfaction with National Broadcasting Commission’s (NBC) recent N20 million
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, will declare open a two-day workshop on Good Corporate Governance in the media, organised by the Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) on Thursday.
Northern Islamic cleric, Sheikh Abubakar Ahmad Gumi, has advised the Federal Government not to use its failure to end the insecurity in the country to blackmail the media.
For Chidinma Nwankwo, Head of Media Buying at All Seasons Zenith, one of Nigeria’s largest media independent agencies, the journey up the professional ladder has been challenging but ultimately rewarding.
The Presidency has urged the media to increase its support for the fight against the exploitation of the internet and social media for terrorist purposes to address security challenges in the country.
Newspaper and Magazine Distributors’ Association of Nigeria (NDAN) has appealed to the government at all levels, private sector, groups and advertisers to urgently address the neglect
Professionals, yesterday, harped on the need for the traditional media to reposition itself and embrace multimedia platforms with a view to weathering the challenges posed by technology and new media.
As part of its 10th-year anniversary celebration, the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) will on Wednesday, June 22, hold a media event on Media Sustainability
African Democratic Congress (ADC) presidential aspirant, Chukwuka Monye, has called on the media to encourage young people aspiring to political offices, rather than shut them down due to some factors.
Top government officials, renowned scholars, leaders of ethnic nationalities, members of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), traditional/religious leaders, members of civil society groups
The Nasru-Lahi-l-Fatih Society (NASFAT) Worldwide has called on the media to give an accurate account of Islamic related activities without fear or favour.