Former NTA newscaster joins Benue governorship race
Dr. Sam Abah, a former newscaster with the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), on Friday joined the race for the Benue governorship seat in the 2019 general elections. Abah, who also worked with the Adamawa State Radio Corporation, is seeking the seat on the platform of the United Progressives Party (UPP). Speaking to the News Agency…
When Mrs Adedoja Allen was appointed as the managing director of City 105.1 FM in February 2012, it was a first in many ways. First, the appointment made her the first Chief Executive of an electronic...
A time to restructure NTA, FRCN, and VON
As the President’s men and the ruling party’s operatives are still celebrating their last week’s strategic political gain for releasing their report on the expediency of restructuring the troubled federation, I would like to suggest to the celebrators a low hanging fruit they should pluck immediately as an icing on their new cake. Before our…
NTA’s Cyril Stober takes a shot at marriage again
Veteran Nigerian broadcaster, Cyril Stober, who retired from the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in 2015, last Saturday, January 13, married another NTA broadcaster, Elizabeth Banu, in Abuja. The happy couple had their traditional wedding earlier at Elizabeth’s hometown, Garkida in Adamawa State. At the occasion, many colleagues, NTA staff, friends and family members were present to…
Can NTA help the NPFL grow in 2018?
The long-awaited return of the Nigeria Professional Football League is upon us. The 2018 season resumes this weekend across 10 cities. Plateau United will return to defend the title they won last year against all early season permutations.
NTA reporter shot dead in Edo
He was shot dead on Saturday night shortly after he was dropped off around Oguola Junction, off Siluko Road after leaving the office and he was to trek some few metres from there to his house.
NTA Benin versus Hotel De Jordan : Endless intrigues
I don’t really know what hurdles Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) is facing that it cannot rebrand and make itself more popular amongst its viewers, with a programme that set it apart in the past.
Kwese partners NTA to bring matches to Nigerians
The latest pan-African broadcast network, Kwese TV has partnered with the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) to bring the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 to Nigerians audiences for free on the broadcaster’s free-to-air (FTA) channel Kwesé Free Sports.