‘NBC Code will restore sanity in broadcast space’
Last week, when the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, unveiled the sixth edition of Nigeria Broadcasting Code in Lagos, it was greeted with mixed reactions, as industry players felt bad that government still went ahead to publish...
‘How ineffective communication strategy fuels confusion over COVID-19’
Communication, they say, empowers society when properly used but destroys it when poorly handled: A case study being COVID-19. Nigerians have continued to lament the gaps...
Experts advocate public-private partnerships for nation branding
In view of recent developments and their dramatic political import for the country, it would appear that those saddled with leadership positions have thrown caution to the wind. The recent incident at the National Assembly clearly ridicules the country before the international community.
How IPI World Congress can change Nigeria’s reputation, by Iredia
Nation branding is usually a long-term project that outlives the government of the day, and it is not government’s project alone, hence a strong public-private partnership is key for its success.
Nigeria set to host world press congress, Iredia urges media return to agenda-setting role
Former Director General of Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), Dr. Tonnie Iredia, has called on the Nigerian media to return to its agenda-setting role of being the watchdog of the society, by shunning all political agenda. He also charged the media not to be the megaphone of politicians who merely mouth platitudes....