‘Campus radio must be socially-responsible’
As more campus radio stations continue to spring up in the country, a professor of journalism and mass communication, Ralph Akinfeleye, has insisted that campus radio must not be a PR tool
Use radio school programme to bridge learning gaps caused by COVID-19, group urges government
A non-governmental organisation, the South Saharan Social Development Organisation (SSSDO) has urged the government to use radio school programmes to reduce the impact of the education
Coronavirus: Can the government survive the infodemic?
Unexpected crises, especially critical ones are capable of breaking an individual as much as a government of the nation. Years ago, President Muhammadu Buhari promised to eradicate corruption
Fire razes Kaduna radio offices
Five offices at Freedom Radio in Kaduna State got burnt at the weekend with properties worth huge amounts of money destroyed. The Head of Operations, Abubakar Jiddah Usman, who confirmed the incident said the fire started around 2:30 am
CHI Hollandia Evap milk inspires consumers in new promo
Nigeria’s leading evaporated milk brand, Hollandia Evap Milk, has launched a new marketing communication campaign. Aimed at inspiring and enabling consumers to achieve their daily goals
Why government must take advantage of radio
The Nigerian broadcasting industry, especially radio, has evolved following its deregulation in 1992 with the establishment of the NBC act 38 of 1992 and 55 of 1999 as amended, providing the platform for more engagement with the public.
Nigeria, not the first to regulate online TV, radio operation
The news of Federal Government’s plan to license online TV and radio stations last Friday has generated mixed feeling among Nigerians. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, had stated in Abuja that President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the licensing of WebTVs and radio stations...
Radio talk and common sense in Nigeria
The Yoruba say if a proverb is targeted at you and you cannot respond in kind, you are only afraid of confrontation. If a pot was taken to the forest by a human being and the pot became a divinity exerting sacrifice, it will not be out of place to ask whether the pot asked to be taken to the forest in the first instance and whether it knew the purpose for which it was taken to the forest.
NAMA plans to upgrade airspace radio equipment
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) says it has put machinery in place to accelerate the total upgrade of its radio communication infrastructure across the country. The agency said this was to ensure that communication challenges experienced by pilots in some parts of the airspace were eliminated. According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN),…
Booming season for the media as election campaigns start Sunday
As 2019 election campaigns kick off on Sunday, November 18, it is yet another competitive season for the media, as politicians will deploy their campaign messages in the various platforms to impress voters. It has also been argued that the print and broadcast mediums would enjoy hefty chunks of the freebies riding on their credibility…