The more you read, the more you know…really
The lazy student’s timetable is simple: never read today what you can read tomorrow. Why? Because the more you read, the more you know. The more you know the more you forget.
The power of marketing and PR professionals
Don't believe all the lies they tell you about PR girls or men, we are very powerful. If you’ve ever had the time to delve into the madness portrayed by the fierce Elizabeth Sloane in the movie
Virus hastens newspapers' slide into shaky digital future
The coronavirus crisis has weighed heavily on print newspapers already battling for survival around the world, with the number of copies sold tumbling while less profitable digital readerships surge.
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.”
‘There is need for more community newspapers in Nigeria’
For the publisher of Oriwu Sun, a 31-year old community-based newspaper in Ikorodu, Lagos, Chief Monzor Olowosago, the importance of community newspapering to national development cannot be over-emphasised. It is at the vanguard of grassroots development and also brings issues of local communities to national attention, especially with the deft deployment of the pervasive influence…
Italy's Di Maio eyes curbs on newspapers' ad revenues
Luigi Di Maio, a key figure in Italy's populist government, has taken aim at the country's newspapers, accusing them of "polluting the debate" and threatening to pull advertising by state-owned companies. "The newspapers... are now polluting the public debate every day and the worst is that they are doing it with public money," the deputy…
‘Using euphemistic photographs in news stories conceal severity of terror acts’
Although Nigerian newspapers attempt to tell news stories with images that depict the social reality reported in the news, a new study has suggested the use of euphemistic photographs to tell stories about terror acts in order to avoid moral panic and continuous feeding of the mass audience with content injurious to their senses and…