• SUFFERING AND SMILING: Nigerian Radio Broadcasters Live In Professional Dysfunction

    When I started my career in the broadcast media industry over a decade ago, it was with enthusiasm, bright eyed excitement and a conviction that I was finally on my destined path to greatness. I’m still as enthusiastic as before and definitely convinced that I’m exactly where I need to be, but the bright eyes and naivety has been replaced with a shrewd gaze at every so called “opportunity” in the industry. I am currently on a very necessary break from broadcasting and for the last few months, I’ve been trying to get my thoughts together to fully express my concerns about the cesspool of corruption, mismanagement and employee abuse…

  • EVENT: #DigitalMediaTalk With ELSIE GODWIN

    I’m excited to be a panelist at #MeetsMedia’s Digital Media Talk with Elsie Godwin because the event provides a platform for digital media content creators, advertising and marketing professionals to interact, network and learn from industry leaders. The Theme is ‘Blogging As a Tool For Social Change’ and The media chat will be a live broadcast event. Register to attend HERE

  • Broadcasting Is A Privilege

    The media industry has changed over the years. Radio presenters used to be anonymous. We were just voices and with just our voices, we developed our ‘on-air’ personalities. We were not ‘personalities’ because we talked on radio, we became personalities over time,through the things we said and how we said them. When i was in Uni, i learned about the agenda setting function of the media, where in choosing and displaying news, editors, newsroom staff, and broadcasters play an important part in shaping political reality. Readers and listeners learn not only about a given issue, but also how much importance to attach to that issue from the amount of information…