Journalists deserve better welfare package, says Duyile
Veteran journalist and former Director of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Dayo Duyile, has said that for journalists to discharge their duties effectively, media owners must improve their welfare packages.
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 operating adulterated democracy’
A Mass Communication don from University of Lagos (UNILAG), Professor Ralph Akinfeleye, has joined those calling for urgent restructuring of Nigeria to true federalism before it is late.The don also said the media, as the ‘watchdog’ has a great role to play to drive the goal.
UNILAG commissions first campus TV station
Speaking at the official commissioning, yesterday, at the institution, Bello said he was happy and fulfilled that the television station started operation under his watch, which no doubt is part of his success story.
What media can offer to get out of recession
The workshop attracted journalists from the print, electronic, online media and the academia, with resource persons such as Dr. Yemi Faroubi, Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye, Mrs. Ifeyinwa Omowole among others.
Award promoter laments sponsorship drought, journalists’ apathy
Also speaking, Chairman, Panel of Assessors, Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye, who gave the breakdown of entries and categories, said, “We have a total of 886 entries from 648 entrants. For print, we have 772 entries from 558 entrants with 32 categories.