Presently, Nigeria has about sixty radio stations and seventy federal controlled television stations. In Nigeria, media houses have not totally embraced digital broadcasting despite the obvious benefits. Digital broadcasting is still the least developed sector in Nigeria. These and other problems of broadcasting in Nigeria will be discussed below BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA Barnabas, N. Gbam(PhD). NTA Television College, Jos. Plateau State. Nigeria. +2347037681520 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 Nigeria RADIO BROADCASTING AND COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES DURING PHONE-IN PROGRAMMES . ABSTRACT. Phone-in programmes serve as a means of getting feedback from media audiences. The study examines the various challenges faced by radio stations in Nigeria when receiving feedback from their listerners via phone calls The major problem with radio and the media generally in Nigeria is funding, most stations work on a very slim budget as that sector has been poorly funded. In the last 20 to 30 years, if you must run a radio station in Nigeria, you must rely on diesel, imagine running a station on a daily basis for between 18 to 20 hours on generators. The coming of BBC Empire service in 1932 marked the beginning of broadcasting in Nigeria. The Empire service which utilized radio signal Re-diffusion Service, RDS, was designed to enhance economic, political and cultural relationship between Britain and its colonies. The outfit became Nigeria Broadcasting service, NBS, in 1951
Although the National broadcasting Commission the regulatory body claims thatthe campus radio stations are community radios. The operation of those stationsstill reflect top-to-bottom communication model because, the stations are mostly education curricular-based. Severalbottlenecks exist that deter campus broadcasting in Nigeria The evolution of television in Nigeria followed a similar pattern as that of radio. The irony here is that while the federal government started Radio broadcasting in Nigeria, It was a regional government that first ventured into television broadcast. On 11 October 1959, the then western region established Wester Nigerian Television (WNTV) Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) was established in 1956. The NBC took up the responsibilities of radio broadcast in Nigeria. The Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) was established in 1978. The Voice of Nigeria (VON) which served as the external service was established in 1990 Facsimile broadcasting, which at some future date may transmit printed bulletins by radio, will draw closer together the interests of newspapers and radio. It will present new possibilities and new problems in the control and communication of news. Facsimile will also make it possible to deliver magazines and books to our homes by radio
Abstract PIP: Questionnaires completed by 45 female employees from 8 broadcast stations in Nigeria revealed that, despite some growth in female employment in areas such as programming, the status of women in this sector reproduces women's subordinate status in the broader society. For every 1 woman employed in the state radio stations and state and federal television stations represented in. NBC implored broadcast stations to be guided by provisions of sections 5.4.1(f) and 5.4.3 of the NBC Code which stipulates that the broadcaster shall not transmit divisive materials that may threaten or compromise the divisibility and indissolubility of Nigeria as a sovereign state
Nigeria has directed all TV and radio stations to suspend the patronage of Twitter immediately and described its use as unpatriotic, the country's National Broadcasting Commission (NBC. The prevailing culture of African radio is that of the live broadcast, rather than pre-prepared programmes (e.g. dramas, magazines, talk-shows involving experts) - although there are many excellent examples in the latter categories
Nigeria's broadcast regulator, the National Broadcasting Commission, has ordered all broadcasting stations in the country to suspend their use of Twitter. The directive was issued Monday morning. radio listenership pattern among market women in nigeria : 90. mass19: problems and prospects of government owned broadcasting media in nigeria : 91. mass18: problems and prospect of online investigative journalism in mass media : 92. mass17: problem and prospect of media management in nigeria. 93. mass16: mass media and the coverage of human. Access to broadcast infrastructure is vital for community radio services, however the switch-over from analogue to digital, as envisaged by European policy-makers, creates challenges for such stations. In this article, we will set out the general environment within which the transition to digital is occurring, illustrate the current state of.
However, in Nigeria it appears that radio drama is gradually fading out of the airwaves, with live programming dominating most of the broadcast fare, as noted by veteran radio dramatist and. broadcast media is also restricted, resulting in very little foreign investment in the Nigerian media. 4. PROBLEMS OF MEDIA CONTROL At one time or another in the history of most countries, media and information control has been a source of problem for governments around the world. Generally, according to Omu (2000), th
Nigeria's broadcast regulator, the National Broadcasting Commission, has ordered all broadcasting stations in the country to suspend their use of Twitter. The directive was issued Monday morning. broadcast media from the viewpoint of African media stakeholders and, especially, community radio stations. It aims to correct widespread misconceptions that analogue radio will have to be switched off in the next five years as part of digital migration. At the same time, it warns that the digitisation of broadcast televisio Access to broadcast infrastructure is vital for community radio services, however the switch-over from analogue to digital, as envisaged by European policy-makers, creates challenges for such stations. In this article, we will set out the general environment within which the transition to digital is occurring, illustrate the current state of. Specifically, radio broadcasting should satisfy the needs of external audiences in accordance with Nigeria's foreign policy. 2. The provision of a professional and comprehensive coverage of Nigerian culture in terms of promoting the cultural development and growth through constructive, result oriented research, and to publicise the results of.
. Mass media/radio and television broadcasting industries have been spreading very tastly, motivated by 2 main factors: politics and education. Technical and technological reasons should be added as these enabled a very fast proliferation of radio and TV stations in Nigeria during the last about thirty years These two services broadcast an average of 250 hours per week in six Ghanaian languages and English. Radio Two broadcasts only in English while Radio One handles all the local languages, (Akan, Ewe, Ga, Nzema, Dagbani, and Hausa) and translates news in addition to producing local programs The purpose of this study is to show how television has affected the politics, education, economy, and religions of Nigeria. The background of each area is outlined to lay the groundwork for showing the influence of television on these aspects of the lives of Nigerians. A brief history of the development of radio and television in Nigeria is presented Nigeria orders broadcasters to delete 'unpatriotic' Twitter. Source: Aljazeera. 8 June 2021 2:07pm. Nigerian television and radio stations should not use Twitter to gather information and they.
problems and prospects of government owned broadcasting media in nigeria : mass68516: radio listenership pattern among market women in nigeria : mass54124: role of media in emerging democracy : mass86782: the comparative analysis of osun state braodcasting corporation, osbc osogbo and gold fm ilesa programmes: mass82628: the effect of. 6 planning. Kelu Sakhi has provided an opportunity for rural women to listen to their own voices on this radio broadcast, meant for education and entertainment. Kelu Sakhi was perceived as a programme meant for Mahila Samakhya women and not for other women of the community (Raghaviah 2007:25) radio broadcasting being used by a sector of society to improve its socio-economic status. Since the early 1980s, UNESCO has been actively promoting com-munity radio as an important agent for change and development. Its activities in many countries have often been financially supported by DANIDA (Danish Agency for Development Assistance) multiliguality of farm broadcast if the purpose of increasing agricultural information access will be achieved. Table 1 presents the farm broadcast programmes on radio and television in Nigeria. The use of local languages and English for the programmes were examined. The dominance of English language is not so prominent in the far
April - 2003 Bridges to Effective Learning Through Radio. Usha Chandar and Ramesh Sharma Indira Gandhi National Open University India Abstract. Indira Gandhi National Open University has been allotted 40 FM radio stations from which to broadcast educational programmes for the benefit of students and general public in India . 8 of... 1978 of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, decentralized radio broadcasting and restructured the nation's broadcast industry with a mandate to provide effective broadcasting services to Nigeria and to external audiences in accordance with Nigerian foreign policy. - Dr. Olufemi Onabajo See
FRCN Ibadan, Radio Nigeria 2 MW 6570- Radio Nigeria Ibadan RN2- The Friend of the People- Broadcasting House, 1 Oba Adebimpe Road, Dugbe, Ibadan, Oyo State. FRCN Kaduna AM 1107 - Radio Nigeria Kaduna- 7 Yakubu Gowon Way, P.O Box 250, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria EandE Broadcast TV Radio Solutions Nigeria. About US. You are welcome to Eyes & Ears solutions. At EandE we deal in Television and Radio broadcast equipment, offering a complete range of products for the production and post production industries radio broadcast for public enlightenment campaigns, news and educational programmes. FM transmitter has also attracted the attempting to engage in electronic media. Despite its lofty qualities and the rapidly growing desire for broadcast is bedeviled by some of the major problems that afflict all other transmitters Even electricity is not a necessity for battery operated and hand-cranked radios. Radio Free Europe (RFE) was originally started during the Cold War with a single broadcast to communist Czechoslovakia out of New York City in 1950. Now, 60 years later, they broadcast in 21 countries using 28 different languages . Listen to your favorite Nigeria music for free without registering at Onlineradiobox.com Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other Nigeria stations.
Also speaking, Modibbo explained that the proposed Fulani radio station would not have deviated from broadcasting purely educational, programmes designed to cater for the interest of itinerant. . Jeff Bezos is going to space. Dow's 89-point fall led by losses for shares of Merck, Dow Inc. Nigerian television and radio. It is important to note that the decision to ban Twitter, as well as to order that all over-the-top (OTT) internet services such as Net ix, Skype, WhatsApp, Zoom, etc., must obtain licenses from the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) before operating in Nigeria, is not backed by any known law, policy, regulation or administrative directive (which requires the approval of the Federal.
. Ahmed Isah, owner and popular host of Brekete family programmme on the Human Rights Radio on Tuesday 26th of May 2021 July 11, 2021. By. Ripples Nigeria. The proscribed Igbo separatist group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has named a Finland-based Immigration lawyer, Simon Ekpa, as the new Director of Radio. From then on, privately owned television and radio stations were established. The first privately owned radio station in Nigeria was Ray Power 100.5 FM. It started broadcasting in 1993. As at today, more than 25 privately owed radio stations are operating in Lagos state alone
Rural broadcasting is one of the most important aspects of broadcasting in Ghana, in view of the fact that the rural people who form the greater part of the country's population are mainly engaged in agriculture; the backbone of the country's economy. Broadcasting-radio and television is a vital medium of public information 25 Columbia Broadcast System, Inc. v. Democratic National Committee, 412 U.S. 94 (1973). 26. 26 In the Matter of The Mayflower Broadcasting Corporation and The Yankee Network, Inc. (WAAB), 8 FCC 333 (January 16, 1941). 27. 27 113 FCC 1246, 1248-9. 28. 28 The Cullman Doctrine was set forth in a letter decision in 1963
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) is the policeman for broadcasting in Nigeria.As a regulator, it is supposed to be a moderator and an arbiter of good taste in broadcasting. This is an. The station commenced full broadcast on April 01, 2013 starting each day by 5.30am and closing at midnight except on Fridays and Saturdays when the station closes by 1am. 1.2 Statement of the Problem . It is obvious that music programme is a moving force that can move listeners from one mood to another (e.g sorrowful mood to the mood of happiness) Nigeria's Disinformation Landscape. The increasing threat to democratic institutions posed by disinformation is a global phenomenon. Yet, as Idayat Hassan and Jamie Hitchen reveal in this case study of Nigeria, the local effects of disinformation are shaped as much by offline conventions and institutions as by online interactions. by Idayat.
Foster, an American radio personality based in Nigeria, known as Big Dawg, died on June 17 at a hospital in Lagos, Nigeria after testing positive for the coronavirus. (Foster family via The New York Times) Dan Foster had a big voice, a love of giving away gifts and a light touch with a story. And when he arrived in Nigeria to work in. The box on the right-hand side shows the currently broadcast tracks. You can switch between stations simply by clicking on the tracks you want to hear. And most importantly — if you like our site, please tell your friends about it in one of the social networks, and listen to the online radio together with us
Radio Continental 102.3fm is a radio station owned and managed by Central Broadcasting Services. The station offers different programmes surrounding news, current affairs, features, documentaries, sports and music. At the head of its organisational structure is the Director Radio Service, Richie Dayo Johnson late 1990s. Private and public radio broadcasting exists in at least 39 countries with eight countries having only state-owned radio. Four other countries have partially privatised their television markets. Radio is still the most popular source for news and information for a very large part of the population in the continent Community radio services in the UK are operated on a not- for-profit basis with community ownership and control built in to their structures. Following an experiment started in 2001 by the former UK broadcast regulator The Radio Authority, since 2005 some 200 such stations have been licensed by the UK broadcasting regulator (Ofcom) The Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) is Nigeria's publicly funded radio broadcasting organization. Its subsidiary is the domestic radio network known as Radio Nigeria, with FM stations across the 36 states and Zonal station in the 6 geopolitical zones that broadcast on the SW. Source. View People. Contact Information
Dozens of Christians, including children, are dead after multiple attacks on villages in Nigeria. Fulani herdsmen are alleged to be responsible for the violent attacks. Several villages, all located in Nigeria's Plateau State, experienced armed jihadist herdsmen attacking believers in recent weeks, CBN News reports. Solomon Mandiks, an area resident and Christian rights activist, told Morning. In the developing countries of the world, Nigeria and Ghana especially have consistently been battling with large enrollment of students into the institutions of higher learning. The attendant problem of the traditional instructional delivery system that poses a serious challenge to the 21st century educational development therefore needs innovation Aminci Radio 103.9 FM. Aminci Radio is a newly established radio station in Kano, Nigeria broadcasting on 103.9FM. It has a slogan as Domin Cigaban Al'umma. The radio has its own very talented broadcasting team who produces some of the best radio in their class. Aminci Radio 103.9 FM official website address is www.aminciradio.com
The best of the BBC, with the latest news and sport headlines, weather, TV & radio highlights and much more from across the whole of BBC Onlin THE USE OF RADIO BROADCASTING IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study To say that rural dwellers constitute the majority of mankind tantamount to stating the obvious. The picture as it exists Nigeria, cuts across the entire developing countries of Africa, Latin America and Asia. Ruralism, one may be tempted to hurriedly conclude, is synonymous. Reports that Nigeria has two sets of broadcasting systems, one run by the federal government and the other by the states. Discusses various problems with the systems. (FL Hausa is the dominant language and Islam the primary religion in the region. Radio is the optimal channel for FP messages for several reasons. It is the most widely consumed media in Nigeria, and almost 3 in 4 (74%) households in Nigeria own a radio . Further, it has the widest reach across the country and is more accessible and affordable than. Radio as a means of communication relies on the use of electro-magnetic waves propagated through space at the speed of light, radio messages were first received in Nigeria through the empire service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in 1932, At this time, Prospective owners of radio had their transmission through their sets which. The prospects and problems of private radio broadcast media in Nigeria (A case study of Splash F.M 105.5, Ibadan) Audience Perception Of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Programme On Nigerian Television (A Case Study Of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree). Impact Of Satellite Television On The Youths Of Oriade Local Governmen