In defence of Nigerian broadcasting

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StatementYemi Farounbi.
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The purpose of this study is to set forth the history of radio in Nigeria. Chapters explore the history of Nigeria, the history of Nigerian radio, and the present structure of Nigerian radio. In a final chapter, specific historical factors are isolated that have made Nigerian radio what it is today.

The study concludes that the present structure of Nigerian radio is a direct product of the Author: Jonathan Adegoke Adejunmobi. Celestine Oyom Bassey is a Visiting Fulbright Scholar at William Penn University, Iowa, United States of America.

He was a Directing Staff and Sabbatical Fellow at the National Defence College, Abuja, Nigeria.

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He is the author of Contemporary Strategy and African Condition (Macmillan, ) and Co-Editor of Conflict Resolution, Identity Crisis, and Development in Africa (Malthouse, Pages: BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA Barnabas, N.

Gbam(PhD). NTA Television College, Jos. Plateau State. Nigeria. + ABSTRACT: The advent of broadcasting in Nigeria has brought a new lease of life to the communication sphere in Nigeria as it ushered in a new medium of expression and communication for the people of Size: KB.

relationship between Britain and its colonies. The outfit became Nigeria Broadcasting service, NBS, in Furthermore, ordinance No.

39 of enabled the conversion of NBS to Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation NBC, in April 1, The same act provided for the external service of NBC, the In defence of Nigerian broadcasting book of Nigeria, which beganCited by: 2.

digitalization of the broadcasting media in Nigeria as the deadline for approaches. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (OMAN Chapter) Vol.

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3, No.5; Dec. 89 Theoretical Framework Much of the research on digitalization of communication has been. Radio Nigeria was established by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) under the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation Ordinance in The monopoly held by the NBC was broken shortly after in May when the then Western Region’s Western Nigeria Broadcasting Corporation (WNBC) began its commercial radio broadcasts.

The Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) is a broad coalition of public and private broadcasters as the nation’s umbrella Union of Terrestrial Radio Television (Tv) Direct-To-Home (DTH) Digital Terrestial Television (DTT) Multimedia Distribution System (MMDS)Established inthe Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria is today comprised of over members and they.

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Where a Defence is served late, unless and until an extension has been granted, a document purporting to be a Defence is not in fact a Defence for the purposes of CPR (2)(a).

To this extent, the note at of the edition of the White Book is, in my judgment, wrong.”. 7 The Code represents the minimum standard for broadcasting in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Code shall be applied in the spirit as well as in the letter, in accordance with the professional ideals of broadcasting.

GENERAL PRINCIPLES Character of Broadcasting Broadcasting is a creative medium, characterized by professionalism. Sani Abacha GCFR (pronunciation (help info); 20 September – 8 June ) was a Nigerian military general who served as the military head of state of Nigeria from until his death in He was also Chief of Army Staff between to ; Chief of Defence Staff between to ; and Minister ofAbacha became the first Nigerian soldier to attain the rank of.

Nigerian Customs Floats Broadcasting Network. NEWS DIGEST – In line with the ongoing reform of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), the agency is set to float Nigeria Customs Broadcasting Network NCBN for FM Radio and Television stations in the six geopolitical zones of the Country. PRNigeria gathered that the media outfits will strengthen the resolve of the institution to engender voluntary.

The Nigerian mass media started out with the publication of Iwe Iroyin; that was in It was published by Rev. Henry Townsend, who was a Briton.

This represents the very first news media that was published in Nigeria and it was published in the southwest. The publication was in Yoruba language. The Nigerian Broadcasting Commission is the broadcast regulator of the Federal Republic of Commission was set up on Aug by Decree 38 0f later amended as an Act of the National assembly by Act 55 of and now known as National Broadcasting Commission Laws of the FederationCAP N11 to among other responsibilities, regulate and control the broadcasting.

PROECT TOPIC: THE CHALLENGES FACING NIGERIAN BROADCAST MEDIA IN THE NEW MILLENIUM includes abstract and chapter one, complete project material available THE CHALLENGES FACING NIGERIAN BROADCAST MEDIA IN THE NEW MILLENIUM.

A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL RADIO COROPRATION OF NIGERIA (FRCN)ABSTRACTThis research work dealt on the challenges facing Nigeria broadcast. Then came the establishment of the Nigerian Broadcasting Service (NBS) inas an arm of the Ministry of Information.

It was a relay station, served and worked intimately with the BBC, relaying national news and many other programmes from London. Further, inradio broadcasting in Nigeria assumed. African Agency areas assistance Attendance authorities beginning Board Books British broad Broadcasting Corporation broadcasting in Nigeria Church classroom colonial complete concern continued curriculum Department discussed Eastern educa education in Nigeria educational broadcasting educational programs effective English English language.

National Defense Policy: The National Defense Policy of Nigeria emanates from the National Security Strategy, which focuses on the preservation of the safety of Nigerian at home and abroad and the protection of the sovereignty of the country and the integrity of the assets.

A constitutional provision is made for the Armed Forces of the. Defence Policy of Nigeria. and intractable areas of public policy in Nigeria since the Civil War concerns the development of a professional defence establishment adequate to meet the challenges arising from the altered parameters of iour security environment.

The correction of this condition is the primary motivation of the Armed Forces.

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Nigeria's Defence and National Security Linkages A Framework of Analysis by Thomas A. Imobighe. Defence and national security in Africa are relatively neglected areas of study, especially by Nigerian scholars, although research in these areas appears to be on the increase in some Nigerian universities.

The book is organised into four main. Tomorrow – 28 November – marks the th birthday of Friedrich Engels. Rob Sewell commemorates this bicentenary by looking at the vital contribution that Engels made to developing the ideas of Marxism, for which we owe him an enormous debt of gratitude.

However, television broadcasting in Nigeria since inception has been transmitting through analogue television which use complete waves to transmit pictures and sounds. The major drawback of this is that location plays an integral factor, disabling, distorting images and audio on Television in rural areas (Kombol:P.

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Early attempts at bridging the gap of broadcast facilities between the urban and the rural commwlities and stimulating social change in Nigeria, were made in the s by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation. The corporation established Provincial Broadcasting Stations to take broadcasting.

Books shelved as nigerian: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Brief History Of Broadcasting In Nigeria.

Broadcasting is an essential act of sending out information through TV or radio stations to a huge audience. The concept of broadcasting primarily covers radio and TV channels but many observers have asserted that newspapers also serve as realistic platforms through which information can be transmitted to a massive audience [ ].

The History of Nigeria can be traced to settlers trading across the middle East and Africa as early as BC. Numerous ancient African civilizations settled in the region that is known today as Nigeria, such as the Kingdom of Nri, the Benin Empire, and the Oyo Empire.

Islam reached Nigeria through the Borno Empire between ( AD) and Hausa States around ( AD) during the 11th century. Opinion - BROADCASTING is a complex profession demanding special attention.

It has surpassed its traditional role of informing, educating and entertaining. In fact it is a mobilizer and a. Try the new Google Books.

Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features military government missionaries MKO Abiola National Concord nationalist newspaper in Nigeria newspaper published Newswatch Nigerian Broadcasting Nigerian press Nigerian Tribune Nnamdi Azikiwe NNDP Northern Obafemi Awolowo Obasanjo Olusegun.

The Nigeria Broadcasting Service (NBS) which was established in inherited limited educational programmes. This was the situation until when the Nigeria Broadcasting Corporation was established.

Another significant year in the history of broadcasting in Nigeria is According to Olushola (), television in this country. Chapter HISTORY OF MAGAZINE IN NIGERIA-Newswatch-The News-Tempo-Evening newspaper-P.M.

News-Tell Magazine Chapter VERNACULAR NEWSPAPERS IN NIGERIA-Alaroye-Akede Agbaiye-Alaroye Kwara-Iriri Aye-Atoka Alaroye Chapter EMERGENCE OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA-Wireless Broadcasting-The Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC).This report on the broadcast media in Nigeria finds that liberalisation efforts in the broadcasting sector have only been partially achieved.

More than a decade after military rule, the nation still has not managed to enact media legislation that is in line with continental standards, particularly the Declaration on Freedom of Expression in Africa.Nigerian Armed Forces Index 1.

Order of battle 2. Overview 3. Defence economics 4. Nigeria threat report 5. External deployments 1. Order of Battle Total force strength Army: Air Force: 13 Navy: 15 Paramilitary: 82 Army Armour Vickers Mk 3 T 5: Scimitar AMX Reconnaissance AML [ ].