THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON MODERN JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN NIGERIA WITH A FOCUS ON JOURNALISTS WITHIN LAGOS METROPOLIS

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The aim of this study was to determine the impact of social media on modern journalism practices in Nigerian with a focus on journalists within Lagos metropolis. As the inception of information communication technology such as the internet has made it possible to find out about events without actually being there. Journalists can report news across the world over the internet. Throughout history, developments in technology and communication have gone hand-in-hand, and the latest technological developments such as the internet have resulted in the advancement of the science of communication to a new level. The process of human communication has evolved over the years, with many path-breaking inventions and discoveries heralding revolutions. The invention of pictographs or the first written communication in the ancient world brought about written communication. These writings were on stone, and remained immobile. To achieve this aim, a critical review to related literature was made. Relevant theory which was used to gratify the study was the social responsibility theory. Quantitative research design was used in which cross-sectional survey method was adopted while the data collection instrument was questionnaire. chi-square were used. Subjects were drawn from journalists in Lagos metropolis in Lagos State, using the purposive sampling technique. Three research questions and one alternative hypothesis guided the study. Research findings showed that social media have enhanced the productivity of journalists in Lagos state and a great number of journalists use them to source for news among other things. To this end, the researcher recommended that journalists should carry out a research on the available social media tools in order to identify reliable and trustworthy social networking sites and use them to discharge their journalistic duties. The researcher suggested that further studies should be carried out on the role of social media in sustaining democracy, advertising, public relations and public opinion polls.

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THE USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIAN TELEVISION DRAMA (A case study of NTA Drama)

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 Language is one of the powerful tools in conveying message to the targeted audience including drama messages. In fact, drama language to some extent determines its audience. Although, action and subtitle do lots in passing dramatic message. Survey research method was used with 150 copies of questionnaires were administered to 150 selected respondents in which 145 copies of questionnaires were returned and analysed. The frequency and percentage method of data analysis was used coupled with table. Findings show that that English language influenced their viewing habit averagely while people still prefer, understand and satisfy with drama message in non-English language such as in Pidgin English and indigenous language but Multi-ethnic nature of Nigeria warranted the use of English as official language. It was recommended that NTA should as a matter of fact need to cater for local audience by creating more community NTA stations where the drama and other programme in English can be converted into indigenous language of the people in the area.

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INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING ON DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA: AN OVERVIEW OF 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AMONG STUDENTS

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The emergency and proliferation of social media otherwise known as citizen media has reshaped political education and mobilization in Nigeria. It offers platform for political debates, cyber activism, political campaign and political mobilization. It is against this backdrop that this paper examines the Influence of Social networking on Democracy in Nigeria: An Overview of 2015 Presidential Election among students. The study is anchored on McLuhan theory on New Media. Quantitative research design was used in which cross-sectional survey method was adopted while the data collection instrument was questionnaire. 300 copies of questionnaires that were administered to the three tertiary institutions from Ogun state i.e   Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Babcock University,, Ileshan and Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ojere. Findings have shown that as a result of the political dispensation, political office holders, politicians, including president and governors now have and manage social media account such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram among others. Political leaders and political candidate now share their political agenda and mobilize people towards it propagation. It is recommended that, social media can be improved to enhance better public mobilization, sensitization and true democracy in Nigeria through citizen sensitization programmes, registration that involve national identity card among other steps.

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AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF PIDGIN ENGLISH USAGE IN BROADCAST MEDIA (STUDY OF WASOBIA TV AND WASOBIA FM)

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Pidgin English otherwise known as broken English is a genre of English Language with mixture of Native language with English Language believed to be street and uneducated language which has continued to gain more popularity in Nigeria particularly in Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja, Aba, Onisha, Enugu, Owerri, Uyo, Edo and most of the cities in Nigeria as a means of communication. Although, Pidgin English is still considered as a language of the uneducated with the view that there will be decline in pure English language if Pidgin English continues to thrill in the society particularly in broadcast media. This assertion requires further empirical proof especially on audience perception of Pidgin English usage in Broadcast Media with a careful look at WASOBIA TV and WASOBIA FM since Pidgin is being used in both formal and informal setting to include radio programme. Survey research method was used in this study, questionnaire was administered to selected respondents who were purposively selected while 90 copies of questionnaires were returned for analysis. However, descriptive statistics method (frequency and percentage) was used in analysing the collected data. Findings show that people especially in the cities both the elites and less educated enjoy programmes anchored in pidgin English language as it offers quick understanding of the issue deliberating. Although, it makes serious issue less serious sometimes. Language planners in Nigeria should work towards improving the status of pidgin by borrowing from the experience of Papua New Guinea and Tanzania where Pidgin has become the official language used in parliament. Even in Cameroon, pidgin language is very popular, though it is not an official language. 

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ROLE OF RADIO IN MOBILIZING ELECTORATE FOR THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION

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 Several efforts and empirical researches have shown that mass media most especially radio plays a significant role in educating, enlightening, sensitizing and mobilizing the electorate for electioneering. It is on this believe that the study examines the role of radio in mobilizing electorates for the 2015 General Elections with a particular focus on Ogbia Local Government of Balyesa. Radio is the most effective channels of political education because it offers signal to every nooks and crannies of society and it is very rich in educating, enlightening, mobilizing the electorates for political participation. Quantitative research design was used in which cross-sectional survey method was adopted while the data collection instrument was questionnaire. However, out of 100 copies of questionnaire that were administered, 90 copies were returned for analysis. The Agenda Setting theory was used to explain and linked the research with what radio does in our society by telling us what to think about via repeated news coverage. The research recommended that journalists should see their role in community especially during election as vital which they must not toy with while government should provide more freedom and security for the press to act without fair or favour.

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THE IMPACT OF BILLBOARD POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS ON THE ELECTORATE VOTING BEHAVIOUR IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN OSUN STATE

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The study is on the thrust to examine the impact of billboard political campaigns on the electorate voting behaviour in the 2015 general election in Osun State. Billboard as one of the outdoor media was extensively used in the just concluded 2015 presidential election in Osun state with direct communication, persuasion, mobilization and influence on voters. Electorates have direct knowledge of contested candidates aspiring for elective positions, party and manifestoes. Critical reviews to related literature were made. Relevant theories were used to gratify the study. Quantitative research design was used in which cross-sectional survey method was adopted while the data collection instrument was questionnaire.  One hundred and fifty (150) respondents were drawn from the three senatorial districts of the state. One hundred (100) respondents were selected each from Osun Central, Osun West and Osun East Senatorial Districts respectively using non-probability sampling technique (accidental sampling method) in selecting respondents. However, one hundred and fifty (130) copies of questionnaires were returned out of the 150 copies that were administered which were analysed and interpreted using frequency and percentage table. It was inferred that billboard cached and arrested voters’ attentions easily due to its permanency and interpersonal nature. Finally, it was recommended that political billboard should be strategically located in such as manner that it will not destruct environment while the billboard should be well erected to withstand winds and other environmental factor that can put it down untimely.

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PERCEPTION OF UNILAG STUDENTS TOWARDS SOCIAL MEDIA AS MARKETING TOOLS: AN APPRAISAL OF FACEBOOK

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The main aim of this study was to investigate the perception of UNILAG students towards social media as marketing tools: An appraisal of Facebook. It was established that companies are promoting their products and services on social media especially facebook while many students patronise the products/services. Respondents admitted that very often they clicked like, share, comment and view advert on social media to the extent of navigating the sponsors webpage. The challenges facing social media users in patronizing goods and services online were attributed to fear of been duped, poor browsing data and service to stay long on a social media and blogs. Survey research design was adopted using questionnaire for data gathering. Two hundred (200) respondents were drawn among the students using non-probability sampling method (purposive sampling technique) to pick the respondents. However, out of 200 copies of the administered questionnaires one hundred and eighty nine (189) copies were retried upon which the analysis was based. Frequency and percentage with tables was used in data analysed. It was recommended that companies and individuals should watch over some sites that may be using their name or related to dupe people online. All effort should be developed to ensure that fraud is minimized to the barest minimum, so that people especially, the internet users can have a rest of mind to shop online and receive their products and services.

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INFLUENCE OF VIOLENCE MOVIES ON ADOLESCENT SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

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The core objective of this research was to examine the influence of violence movies on children and adolescent social behaviour. According to Gerbner, et. al. (1976) says heavy Tv viewers will cultivate the perception of reality portrayed by the television i.e Heavy viewing of violence movies among children and adolescent tend to arouse violence behaviour or attitude in children. Other theories used include but not limited to the cultivation theory, learning theory, aggressive cue theory, catharsis theory and behaviour theory was used to substantiate the conceptual and empirical studies. Survey research method was adopted in which 200 respondents majorly children in primary 3 – 6 were drawn using accidental sampling technique. 200 copies of questionnaires were administered and 193 copies were retrieved upon which the analysis revolved. The data collected was analysed and interpreted using frequency and percentage method with tables. It was recommended that parents should as a matter of fact monitor the television viewing habits of their children and determine their watching hour and contents.

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  1. PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE IN LAGOS METROPOLIS TOWARDS TRANSIT ADVERTISEMENT
  2. INFLUENCE OF FAMILY PLANNING RADIO PROGRAMME ON YOUNG COUPLES IN LAGOS
  3. ONLINE SHOPPING HABITS OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS STUDENTS  ON JUMIA, KONGA AND OLX    PAYMENT
  4. INFLUENCE OF NOLLYWOOD ON DRESSING PATTERN OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIA TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS
  5. INFLUENCE OF MAGGI STAR KITCHEN FAMILY SHOW IN EDUCATING WOMEN IN LAGOS ON THEIR FOOD PREPARATION
  6. SOCIAL MEDIA AS EMERGING TOOLS FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN NIGERIA
  7. INFLUENCE OF ONLINE NEWS ON THE TRADITIONAL NEWSPAPER PATRONAGE AMONG UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN STUDENTS AND LECTURERS
  8. INFLUENCE OF VIOLENCE MOVIES ON ADOLESCENT SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR.
  9. PERCEPTION OF UNILAG STUDENTS TOWARDS FACEBOOK AS A MARKETING PLATFORM.
  10. IMPACT OF BILLBOARD POLITICAL CAMPAIGN ON THE ELECTORATEs VOTING BEHAVIOUR IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN FCT
  11. ROLE OF RADIO IN MOBILIZING ELECTORATE FOR THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION
  12. AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF PIDGIN ENGLISH USAGE IN BROADCAST MEDIA
  13. SOCIAL MEDIA AND DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM: AN APPRAISAL OF 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AMONG UNILORIN STUDENTS.
  14. FACTORS NECESSITATE THE USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIAN TELEVISION DRAMA
  15. CHALLENGES OF NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION  IN  NIGERIA
  16. NEWSPAPER AS ELECTIONEERING TOOL IN NIGERIA DURING GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN LAGOS STATE
  17. INFLUENCE OF ABULE OLOKE MERIN AUDIO DRAMA IN EDUCATING YOUTHS ON HIV: STUDY OF OAU UNDERGRADUATES
  18. INFLUENCE OF GRAPHICS IN NEWSPAPER  PUBLICATION: ASSESSMENT OF THE  PUNCH NEWSPAPER
  19. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND CHANGES IN MASS MEDIA PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION: .A STUDY OF TVC LAGOS
  20. BROADCAST MEDIA AND  CRUSADE AGAINST BOKO HARAM : A STUDY OF NTA  LAGOS
  21. STUDENTS AWARENESS, ACCESSIBILITY AND PATRONAGE OF ONLINE NEWSPAPERS AMONG UNIVERSITY OF UYO UNDERGRADUATES
  22. CHALLENGES FACING JOURNALISTS IN POST FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT IN NIGERIA
  23. ASSESSMENT OF INTERNET COMPETENCY AMONG STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA:A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE

POLY AND LEED CITY.UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

  1. AUDIENCE PERCEPTION AND PATRONAGE  OF COMMERCIALS ON OSUN STATE BROADCASTING CORPORATION
  2. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF VIEWERSHIP PREFERENCE OF FOREIGN & LOCAL TELEVISION AMONG AL-HIKMAH UNIVERSITY, ILORIN.
  3. CONTRIBUTIONS OF DRAMA PROGRAMME TO THE PREVENTION OF EBOLA DISEASE AMONG UNILAG STUDENTS
  4. WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE TELEVISION PROGRAMME AND INFLUENCE ON SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY
  5. GENDER INEQUALITY IN THE PRACTICE OF JOURNALISM: STUDY OF NUJ ANAMBRA STATE.
  6. AGOGO EEWO MOVIE AND CORRUPTION CONTROL TECHNIQUE: APPLICATION IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA SOCIETY CULTURE
  7. INFLUENCE ADVERTISEMENT PALACEMENT  ON THE SUCCESS OF PRIVATE RADIO STATIONS IN NIGERIA
  8. INFLUENCE OF DEREGULATION OF RADIO&TELEVISION ON THE RESIDENT OFAROCHUKWU LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  9. IMPACT OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT ON UNILEVER PLC ADVERT CAMPAIGN.
  10. RADIO AND THE VOTING BEHAVIOUR OF ELECTORATE IN THE 2014 EKITI GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN IKOLE-EKITI
  11. IMPACT OF PHOTOGRAPHS ON MAGAZINE COVER PAGE
  12. SOCIAL MEDIA AS EMERGING TOO L IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION INALIMOSHO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS
  13. SOCIAL NETWORK PLATFORM AND EBOLA CAMPAIGN  EFFORTS  AMONG STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
  14. INFLUENCE OF GRAPHICAL CARTOONS ON NEWSPAPERS’ READERS
  15. INFLUENCE OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE ON ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN : AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF MTN AND GLO
  16. INFLUENCE OF PACKAGING ON CONSUMERS’ PURCHASE OF INDONMIE NOODLES
  17. TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT AND  CONSUMERS BUYING HABITS OF CIGARETTES  AMONG YOUTH IN IREPODUN  L.G, OSUN STATE.
  18. MASS MEDIA AS TOOL FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY AKBC)
  19. PERCEPTION OF LAGOSIANS ON MEDIA COVERAGE OF BOKO-HARAM INSURGENCY IN NIGERIA
  20. BROADCAST MEDIA AND ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION AWARENESS AMONG ONISHA TRADERS.
  21. PLACE OF FEMALE JOURNALISTS AS A DECISION MAKERS IN BROADCAST MEDIA: A STUDY OF BCOS & NTA, OGUN STATE
  22. ROLE OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNICATION IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: IRAGBIJI BORIPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT, OSUN STATE
  23. MASS MEDIA AS VANGUARDS FOR ELECTORAL PROCESS AND COVERAGE OF POLITICAL PARTIES’ ACTIVITIES IN 2015 ELECTION  IN LAGOS
  24. COPYRIGHT LAW AWARENESS ON INTERNET PUBLICATION AMONG STUDENTS AND LECTURERS IN KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY
  25. FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LAW: ANALYSIS OF CHALLENGES FACING JOURNALISTS IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF JOURNALISTS IN OSUN STATE
  26. ADVERTISING STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN PROMOTING ARIAL DETERGENT IN DELTA STATE
  27. MASS MEDIA EFFORTS IN ERADICATING MATERNAL DEATH AMONG WOMEN IN ILESA LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  28. ANALYSIS OF CHALLENGES FACING JOURNALISTS ON FREEDOM OF INFORMATION:A CASE STUDY OF AKWA IBOM STATE NEWSPAPER

CORRESPONDENTS, UYO)

  1. USE OF STATE BROADCAST MEDIA AS PROPAGANDA MACHINERY BY STATE GOVERNMENT: A STUDY OF LAGOS STATE TELEVISION, LAGOS.
  2. INFLUENCE OF MEDIA ETHICS ON NEWS GATHERING AND DISSEMINATION: STUDY OF NIGERIA UNION OF JOURNALISTS IN UYO    PAYMENT
  3. APPLICATION AND KNOWLEDGE OF COPYRIGHT LAW ON THE INTERNET MATERIALS AMONG STUDENTS AND LECTURERS OF UNIVERSITY OF

LAGOS

  1. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AS A STRATEGY FOR INCREASING ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY
  2. MASS MEDIA IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION:A STUDY OF BROADCASTING CORPORATION OF OYO STATE COVERAGE OF NURTW CRISIS IN OYO

STATE

  1. CONTRIBUTIONS OF DRAMA PROGRAMME IN PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF EBOLA DISEASE IN LAGOS NIGERIA
  2. ROLE OF RADIO IN PRESERVING AND MAINTAINING GBAGI CULTURAL VALUES
  3. MASS MEDIA AS TOOLS FOR CAMPAIGNING AGAINST THE MENACE OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF NTA, OSOGBO
  4. INFLUENCE OF MASS MEDIA IN CREATING AWARENESS ON HIV/AIDS AMONG YOUTH IN ABAK LOCAL GOVERNMENT. AKWA IBOM STATE 61.  ADULTS ATTITUDE TOWARDS MASS MEDIA MESSAGES IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF SELECTED ADULTS IN NASARAWA STATE
  5. INFLUENCE OF COMMERCIAL NEWS ON JOURNALISM PROFESSION IN NIGERIA:NTA AND LTV
  6. CONTRIBUTION OF CARTOONS IN AS TOOLS FOR DIRECT DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION TO NEWSPAPERS’ READERS.
  7. MEDIA IMBALANCE: BETWEEN COMMERCIAL INTEREST AND ETHICS OF JOURNALISM.
  8. IMPACT OF BROADCAST MEDIA ON ECONOMY AND SOCIAL LIVES OF RURAL WOMEN IN EGBEDORE LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
  9. INFLUENCE OF COLOUR ON NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES READERS.
  10. CONTRIBUTION OF DEREGULATION AND PRIVATIZATION OF BROADCASTING MEDIA ON THE PEOPLE OF OGUN STATE
  11. INTERNET AS A RESEARCH TOOL FOR STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF UNILAG AND LASPOTECH FINAL

YEARS STUDENTS

  1. INFLUENCE OF PHOTOGRAPHS ON NEWSPAPERS’ READERS
  2. OUTSIDE BROADCASTING LINK   (OB-VAN) AS AN EFFECTIVE MEANS FOR LIVE COVERAGE OF POLITICAL ACTIVITIES.
  3. INFLUENCE OF NEW MEDIA ON THE  TRADITIONAL MASS MEDIA PERFORMANCE : PERCEPTION OF JOURNALISTS IN ABUJA
  4. ASSESSMENT OF REALITY TV SHOWS ON TELEVISION VIEWERS: A CASE STUDY OF AFRICAN INDEPENDENT TELEVISION AUDIENCE
  5. SOCIAL MEDIA AS PLATFORMS FOR POLITICAL COMMUNICATION AND DEBATES AMONG YOUTHS IN 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
  6. PROOFREADING AND EDITING AS VERITABLE INGREDIENTS IN NEWSPAPERS PRODUCTION AND REPUTATION.
  7. THE PLACEMENT OF ADVERTISEMENT MESSAGES DURING MOVIE ON AUDIENCE BUYING HABIT.
  8. AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF POLITICAL NEWS REPORTS IN 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN IMO STATE.
  9. RIVERS STATE RADIO LOCAL NEWS PROGRAMME AS A TOOL FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT: a study of some selected villages in river state
  10. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AUDIENCE PREFERENCE OF BROADCASTING IN PIDGIN ENGLISH AND STANDARD ENGLISH: A study WAZOBIA TV

AND STV

  1. AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF AFRICA INDEPENDENT TELEVISION (AIT) COVERAGE OF POLITICAL NEWS PROGRAMMES IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

DURING 2015 ELECTION

  1. BRANDING AS A TOOL FOR INCREASING SALES VOLUME OF A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION A STUDY OF CADBURY NIGERIA PLC, LAGOS
  2. BROADCAST MEDIA AS PROPAGANDA MACHINERY BY STATE GOVERNMENT A study of Lagos State Television, Lagos.
  3. BROADCASTING MEDIA AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL CHANGE AMONG RESIDENTS OF AJEROMI IFELODUN L.G. AREA OF LAGOS STATE
  4. BROADCASTING MEDIA AS MEANS OF DISSEMINATING AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION FARMERS IN KABA, KOGI STATE
  5. CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF MEDIA PRACTICES UNDER DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM IN NIGERIA.
  6. CHALLENGES OF TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN A DEMOCRATIC DISPENSATION: A SURVEY OF NUJ in OSOGBO

86   COMMUNICATION AS A TOOL FOR ENHANCING ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE

  1. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCES OF GOVERNMENT OWNED AND PRIVATELY OWNED BROADCASTING MEDIA ORGANIZATION

(A study of OSBC and Raypower Fm OSHOGBO)

  1. CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF MEDIA PRACTICES UNDER MILITARY REGIME IN NIGERIA
  2. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE PERFORMANCE OF GOVERNMENT OWNED AND PRIVATELY OWNED BROADCASTING MEDIA ORGANIZATION
  3. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS OF LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY NEWS PREFERENCE ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND RADIO STATION
  4. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AND MEDIA PRACTICE IN NIGERIA.
  5. DRAMA AS A TOOL FOR PROMOTING AWARENESS ON AND EDUCATION EBOLA VIRUS
  6. CONTRIBUTIONS OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN CURBING EBOLA VIRUS IN NIGERIA.
  7. DRAMA AS AN EFFECTIVE TOOL IN PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF EBOLA VIRUS IN PORT HARCOURT
  8. INFLUENCE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON ORGANIZATIONS SUSTAINABILITY
  9. INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN PROMOTING PRODUCTS.
  10. FOREIGN FILMS INFLUENCE ON SOCIAL TEENAGERS BEHAVIOUR IN AMONG GWAGBALADA TEENAGERS
  11. ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO ON AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ILERO COMMUNITY.
  12. INFLUENCE OF FREE READERS’ ACTIVITIES ON THE REVENUE GENERATION OF PUNCH NEWSPAPERS IN NIGERIA
  13. CHALLENGES OF FREE-READERS ACTIVITIES ON THE NEWSPAPERS SALES VOLUME IN NIGERIA.
  14. INFLUENCE OF HYPO TELEVISION ADVERT ON STUDENTS S’ CHOICE OF BLEACH
  15. INFLUENCE OF ICT ON MODERN DAY PRACTICE OF BROADCAST JOURNALISM

103    INFLUENCE OF TELEPROMPTER ON BROADCAST MEDIA NEWS & PROGRAMME  PRESENTATION

104    EFFECT OF MEDIA HAZARDS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF JOURNALISTS IN NIGERIA

105    INFLUENCE  OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

106    INFLUENCE OF DIGITIZATION ON BROADCAST MEDIA PERFORMANCE    PAYMENT

107    INFLUENCE  TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT ON THE BUYING HABIT OF SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN IN IKEJA LAGOS

108    INFLUENCE OF WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE TELEVISION PROGRAMME ON SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE YOUTHS IN URBAN AREA

109    MEDIA ETHICS AND THE 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

110    EFFECTIVENESS OF RADIO AS A TOOL FOR PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT ON HIV

111    FOREIGN TELEVISION STATIONS AND CULTURAL IMPERIALISM  AMONG DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE.

112    INFLUENCE OF OWNERSHIP POLICIES ON THE  EDITORIAL CONTENTS OF NIGERIA MEDIA

113    ROLE OF TELEVISION HEALTH  PROGRAMME IN CURBING UNPLANNED PREGNANCY AMONG FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

114    INFLUENCE PHOTOGRAPH IN NEWSPAPER COVER PAGE : AN APPRAISAL OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

115    IMPACT OF CARTOONS ON NEWSPAPER READERS

116    PLACE OF FREELANCE PRESENTERS  IN BROADCAST STATIONS PERFORMACE  FIBAN, LAGOS.

117    ASSESSMENT OF THE MEDIA IN REPORTING THE ACTIVITIES OF  ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIME COMMISSION : A STUDY OF AIT

118    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN ON THE COVERAGING GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES IN OSUN STATE

119    INFLUENCE OF FEEDBACK AS IN TELEVISION AND RADIO PROGRAMMES: TVC LAGOS.

120    PLACE OF MEDIA ETHICS IN NEWS GATHERING AND DISSEMINATION: A STUDY OF NUJ

121    INFLUENCE OF NOLLYWOOD ON THE DRESSING PATTERN OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIA, TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS: UNIVERSITY OF  UYO.

122    GOVERNMENT MEDIA AND BIAS IN  INFORMATION DISSEMINATION:OSRC

123    MEDIA HAZARDS AND  JOURNALISTS PERFORMANCE  IN NIGERIA

124    FEEDBACK AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE RADIO AND TELEVISION PROGRAMMES

125    IMPACT OF THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT on practicing Nigerian journalists

126    INFLUENCE  OF ADVERTISEMENT  ON UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA STUDENTS BUYING SMARTPHONES AND DATA.

127    IMPACT OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT ON  PROMOTING,DRINKS.

128    IMPACT OF STV & MTV BASE  PROGRAMMES ON THE CULTURAL BEHAVIOR OF RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY

130    SIGNIFICANCE OF COLOUR ADVERTISEMENT IN ENTICING NEWSPAPERS READERS

131    IMPACT OF FACEBOOK AND WHATSAPP AS AN EFFECTIVE INTERPERSONAL MEDIA OF COMMUNICATION AMONG BOWEN UNIVERSITY

132    PLACE OF GATEKEEPER ON NEWS CREDIBILITY OF A BROADCAST STATION CHANNELS

133    INFLUENCE  OF FOREIGN TELEVISION CHANNELS IN ENCODING THE CULTURAL VALUES OF ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

134    IMPACT OF NIGERIA HOME MOVIE IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

135    IMPACT OF ON-LINE NEWS ON THE READERSHIP OF HARDCOPY NEWSPAPERS ; SURVEY OF ABIA STATE UNDERGRADUATE

136    IMPACT OF OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE ON THE OBJECTIVITY OF PRIVATE BROADCASTING STATIONS IN NIGERIA ASSESS OF AIT

137    IMPACT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS ON A CORPORATE ORGANISATION: A STUDY OF FIRST BANK

138     IMPACT OF RADIO BROADCASTING ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ANAYE COMMUNITY.

139    IMPACT OF RADIO ON MOBILIZATION OF THE ELECTORATE IN 2015 ELECTION.

140    IMPACT OF RADIO ON THE VOTING BEHAVIOUR OF ELECTORATE IN THE 2014 EKITI GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN IKOLE-EKITI

141    SOCIAL MEDIA AS TOOLS FOR POLITICAL EDUCATION: A STUDY OF FACEBOOK AND TWITTER IN THE 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

AMONG UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA UNDERGRADUATE.

142    IMPACT OF RADIO POLITICAL ADVERTISING ON THE VOTING BEHAVIOUR OF THE RURAL DWELLERS  DURING ELECTIONS IN LAGOS

143    A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AUDIENCE PERCEPTION OF NTA AND BRTV  AMONG UNIMAID UNDERGRADUATE.

144    IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTS ON CHILDREN BUYING AND DEMAND HABIT

145    IMPACT OF TELEVISION PROGRAMME ON ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGNS

146    IMPLICATION OF NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMMISSION CODE ON BROADCAST MEDIA PERFORMANCE: NUJ DELTA STATE.

147    IMPORTANCE OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE IN BROADCASTING MEDIA : ORISUN TV

148    IMPACT OF PORNOGRAPHY FILMS ON NIGERIAN UNDERGRADUATES SOCIAL LIFE

149    IMPORTANCE OF POLITICAL CARTOONS ON ELECTORATE VOTING CHOICE IN 2015ELECTION.

150    INFLUENCE OF BROADCAST MEDIA PROGRAMME ON CHILD-SPACING CAMPAIGNS AMONG COUPLES IN ETINA L.G AREA IN AKWA IBOM

151    IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ON RADIO NEWS REPORTING.

152    IMPACT OF TELEVISION IN CREATING AWARENESS ON GLOBAL WARMING AND SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT

153    INFLUENCE OF ICTS ON  GATHERING AND REPORTING NEWS, A STUDY OF JOURNALISTS IN LAGOS.

154    INFLUENCE OF DIGITIZATION ON BROADCAST MEDIA PERFORMANCE.

155    INFLUENCE OF DRTV ON THE VOTING PATTERN OF ASABA RESIDENTS IN THE 2015  GENERAL ELECTION.

156    IMPACT OF FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT ON JOURNALISM PRACTICE: SURVEY OF JOURNALIST IN AWKA.

157    INFLUENCE OF INDIGENOUS SOAP OPERA ON ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

158    INFLUENCE OF MEDIA OWNERSHIP ON THE PERFORMANCE  NIGERIAN  TELEVISION AUTHORITY AND AFRICAN INDEPENDENT TELEVISION

159    INFLUENCE OF NEW MEDIA ON INFORMATION ACQUISITION AMONG UNDERGRADUATES IN LEAD CITY.

159    INFLUENCE OF OWNERSHIP IN RADIO NEWS COVERAGE: STUDY OF AIT

160    INFLUENCE OF PACKAGING ON CONSUMERS PURCHASE OF INDOMIE NOODLES

161    PLACE OF INFLUENCE OF PHOTOGRAPHS IN ENHANCING MESSAGE

162    INFLUENCE OF PHOTOGRAPHS ON THE READERS OF THE NIGERIAN OBSERVER NEWSPAPER IN BENIN CITY

163    IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING IN PROMOTING THE SALE OF MTN PRODUCTS IN ONISHA  METROPOLIS

164    IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT CAMPAIGN IN INCREASING ETISALAT PATRONAGE AMONG STUDENT

165    INFLUENCE OF PRODUCT PACKAGING ON CONSUMER PATRONAGE OF SOAPS

167    INFLUENCE OF SMARTPHONE USAGE ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF AMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY ZARIA

168    IMPACT OF RADIO STATION ON POLITICAL MOBILIZATION AND EDUCATION AMONG  PEOPLE’ IN UKANAFUN L.G, AKWA IBOM STATE

169    INFLUENCE OF PRINT MEDIA IN  CURBING MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE AMONG IBADAN NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

170    CONTRIBUTION OF FEMALE JOURNALISTS IN SPORT JOURNALISM

171       IMPACT OF PORNOGRAPHY FILMS ON NIGERIAN YOUTHS

172       IMPORTANCE OF POLITICAL CARTOONS TO NEWSPAPERS

173       INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN PROMOTING PRODUCT.

174       INFLUENCE OF CHILD-SPACING CAMPAIGNS ON THE KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES AMONG RURAL WOMEN.

175      IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ON RADIO NEWS REPORTING.

176      IMPACT OF RADIO NIGERIA ENUGU AWARENESS CAMPAIGN ON GLOBAL WARMING.

177      INFLUENCE OF ICTS ON NEWS WRITING, A STUDY OF PRACTICING JOURNALISTS IN OWERRI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

178      INFLUENCE OF DIGITIZATION ON BROADCAST MEDIA.

179      INFLUENCE OF DRTV ON THE VOTING PATTERN OF ASABA RESIDENTS IN THE 2015 ELECTION.

180      INFLUENCE OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA ON THE VOTING PATTERN OF ELECTORATE IN NIGERIA.

181      IMPACT OF FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT ON JOURNALISM PRACTICE.

182      INFLUENCE OF INDIGENOUS SOAP OPERA ON CARITAS UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.

183      INFLUENCE OF MEDIA OWNERSHIP ON NIGERIAN TELEVISION AUTHORITY AND AFRICAN INDEPENDENT TELEVISION.

184      INFLUENCE OF NEW MEDIA ON INFORMATION ACQUISITION BY UNDERGRADUATES.

185      INFLUENCE OF ONLINE NEWS ON THE TRADITIONAL NEWSPAPER PATRONAGE AMONG UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN

186      IMPACT OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE (E.S.B.S) RADIO ON VOTERS MOBILIZATION DURING ELECTION

187      INFLUENCE OF OWNERSHIP IN RADIO NEWS COVERAGE.

188      INFLUENCE OF PACKAGING ON CONSUMERS PURCHASE OF INDOMIE NOODLES.

189      INFLUENCE OF PHOTOGRAPHS IN GRAPHICAL REPORTING OF EVENTS.

190      INFLUENCE OF PHOTOGRAPHS ON THE READERS OF THE NIGERIAN OBSERVER NEWSPAPER IN BENIN CITY.

191      IMPACT OF BREATH AWAY PROGRAMME CROSS RIVER TELEVISION PROGRAMME ON CHILDREN’S SOCIAL BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS.

192      IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING IN PROMOTING THE SALE OF MTN PRODUCTS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS.

193      IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING ON ETISALAT PATRONAGE AMONG AUDIENCE.

194      INFLUENCE OF PRODUCT PACKAGING ON CONSUMER PATRONAGE OF INDOMIE NOODLES.

195      INFLUENCE OF SMARTPHONE USAGE ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.

196      IMPACT OF RADIO STATION ON POLITICAL MOBILIZATION AND EDUCATION ON THE PEOPLE’ VOTING HABITS IN UKANAFUN L G.

197      INFLUENCE OF PRINT MEDIA ON MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE IN IBADAN NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT

198      CONTRIBUTION OF FEMALE JOURNALISTS IN SPORT JOURNALISM

199      INFLUENCE OF REALITY TV SHOW ON BRAND IMAGE.

200      IMPACT OF RADIO CAMPAIGN AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

201    BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF NEW FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LAW ON JOURNALISTS PERFORMANCE:A STUDY OF NUJ, IBADAN

202    APPRAISAL OF GENDER INEQUALITY IN THE PRACTICE OF JOURNALISM: A study of Oyo State National Association of Women Journalists

203    INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON MASS MEDIA PERFORMANCE: ASSESSMENT OF STV.

204    ASSESSMENT OF AUDIENCE AWARENESS, ACCESSIBILITY AND PATRONAGE OF ONLINE NEWS AMONG UNIVERSITY OF JOS STUDENTS.

205    EFFECTIVENESS OF MUSIC IN INDOMIE NOODLES JINGLE AND COMMERCIAL ON CHILDREN BUYING HABIT IN LAGOS.

206    INFLUENCE OF ONLINE NEWS ON THE TRADITIONAL NEWSPAPER PATRONAGE AMONG UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN COMMUNITY.

207    CONTRIBUTION OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN CREATING AWARENESS ON THE USAGE OF CONTRACEPTIVES AMONG RURAL WOMEN ETINA

208    SOCIAL MEDIA AS AGENDA SETTERS IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN NIGERIA: A SURVEY OF ELECTORATE IN OBUBRA L.G.

209    TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT OF MILO BEVERAGE ON CONSUMERS’ PURCHASING HABIT AMONG RESIDENTS IN UYO

210    PERCEPTION OF OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ON MTN PROJECT FAME AS A TOOL FOR AWARENESS AND PATRONAGE

211    INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISEMENT ON STUDENTS’ PATRONAGE OF GOOD MORNING CORNFLAKES

212    TELEVISION AS A WATCHDOG AGAINST CHILD ABUSE, LABOUR AND CHILD TRAFFICKING

213    INFLUENCE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AMONG FARMERS IN OJO TOWN, EGBEDORE L.G, OSUN STATE

214    PERCEPTION OF LAGOSIANS ON MEDIA COVERAGE OF BOKO-HARAM INSURGENCY IN NIGERIA.

215    INFLUENCE OF HOME VIDEO ON THE MORAL BEHAVIOUR OF LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.

216    SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION: AN ASSESSMENT OF FACEBOOK USERS AMONG OAU STUDENTS.

217    INFLUENCE OF CARTOON IN EFFECTIVENESS COMMUNICATION: A STUDY OF NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER.

218    IMPACT OF CULTURAL ON WOMEN EDUCATION IN SOME SELECTED COMMUNITIES IN AROCHUKWU L.G AREA OF ABIA STATE

219    INFLUENCE OF CABLE TELEVISION ON CULTURAL VALUES AND IMPERIALISM.

220    INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT S.

221    TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT AND GUINNESS STOUT BUYING HABITS AMONG IKEJA RESIDENTS

222    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN ACHIEVING MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGS).

223    LEVEL OF AWARENESS OF THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT AMONG JOURNALISTS IN LAGOS.

224    MASS MEDIA AS TOOL FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF NTA KNOWLEDGE CHANNELS.

225    ROLE OF RADIO IN MOBILISING ELECTORATE TOWARDS PARTICIPATING IN 2016 ONDO STATE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN AKURE.

226    MULTI NATIONAL COMPANIES AND THEIR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN THEIR HOST COMMUNITIES: A  STUDY OF SHELL COMPANY

PORT-HARCOURT, RIVER STATE

227    NEWSPAPERS’ READERSHIP IN OWERI: PATTERNS AND CHALLENGES.

228    NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER AND THE COVERAGE OF BOKO HARAM: A STUDY OF DAILY TRUST AND NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPERS.

229    NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS AND COVERAGE OF HUMAN RIGHT ISSUES: A STUDY OF THE PUNCH AND NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPERS

230    PERCEPTION OF IGBENEDION UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ON REALITY TELEVISION SHOW: A STUDY OF BIG BROTHER AFRICA.

231    PERCEPTION OF LAGOSIANS ON MEDIA COVERAGE OF BOKO-HARAM INSURGENCY IN NIGERIA.

232    PERCEPTION OF MARRIED MAN TOWARD FAMILY PLANNING MEDIA CAMPAIGN: SURVEY OF ONITSHA RESIDENTS.

233    INFLUENCE OF SMARTPHONE ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.

234    PLACE OF DIGITAL CAMERA ON THE PRACTICE OF MODERN PHOTOJOURNALISM: A STUDY OF PRINT JOURNALISTS IN LAGOS.

235    PLACE OF TELEPROMPTER IN ENHANCING EYE CONTACT OF NEWSCASTERS: A STUDY OF NTA NETWORK NEWS.

236    PRESS AND SENSITIZATION OF THE PUBLIC ON FAKE DRUGS IN NIGERIA: STUDY OF NTA.

237    INFLUENCE OF NEW MEDIA ON PUBLIC OPINION AND CYBER ACTIVISM: A STUDY OF SELECTED SOCIAL MEDIA GROUPS AND BLOGS

238    PROLIFERATION OF RADIO STATIONS AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR MEDIA PERFORMANCE.

239    PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS OF PRIVATE MEDIA MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF AFRICA INDEPENDENT TELEVISION.

240    PUBLIC RELATIONS AS A VERITABLE TOOL FOR ERADICATING CULTISM IN NIGERIAN’S TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS.

241    ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN A MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATION.

242    PUBLIC RELATIONS AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE PUBLIC MANAGEMENT IN THE NIGERIAN POLICE: OSUN STATE COMMAND.

243    RADIO LISTENERSHIP PATTERN AMONG MARKET WOMEN (A STUDY OF ORISUMIBARE MARKET, OSOGBO AND AJE MARKET, OSOGBO).

244    THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN CRISIS RESOLUTION (A STUDY OF IFE- MODAKEKE CRISIS)

245    RISING TREND IN THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS BY STUDENTS IN SEEKING INFORMATION (A STUDY OF KADUNA STATE

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS)

246    ROLE MASS MEDIA IN ERADICATING ELECTION VIOLENCE IN OSUN STATE (A STUDY OF OSBC, GOLD F.M, UNIQUE F.M).

247    ROLE OF ADVERTISING ON THE PRODUCTION LINE OF AN ORGANIZATION (A STUDY OF CADBURY BOURNVITA)

248    ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN ERADICATING ELECTION VIOLENCE IN OSUN STATE (A STUDY OF OSBC, GOLD F.M, UNIQUE F.M)

249    ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF MADONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS)

250    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN PROMOTING MODERN AGRICULTURAL PROCESS IN ESE-ODO LOCAL OF ONDO STATE

251    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS ON THE CORPORATE IMAGE OF SPDC

252    ROLE OF FEMALE JOURNALISTS ON NIGERIAN BROADCAST MEDIA (A STUDY OF BCOS AND NTA IBADAN)

253    ROLE OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNICATION IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (A STUDY OF IJAIYE LOCAL GOVERNMENT, LAGOS STATE)

254    ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT USING IBADAN SOUTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF OYO STATE.

255    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN CREATING AWARENESS ABOUT DRUG ABUSE (A STUDY OF NTA AND OSBC)

256    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN ELECTORAL PROCESS AND COVERAGE OF POLITICAL PARTIES ACTIVITIES IN 2015 ELECTION.

257    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN REBRANDING OF NIGERIA: NTA

258    ROLE OF MEDIA IN MOBILIZING NIGERIA WOMEN FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITH A FOCUS ON PATIENCE JONATHAN WOMEN FOR

CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (WCDI).

259    THE ROLE OF PRINT MEDIA IN THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A NATION (A CASE STUDY OF THE NATION NEWSPAPER, LAGOS

260    IMPACT OF RADIO ON MOBILIZATION OF ELECTORATE FOR ELECTIONS: (A  study of Ibadan North-East Local Government)

261    ROLE OF RADIO AND INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION IN THE ERADICATION OF MALARIA IN OSUN STATE.

262    ROLE OF RADIO IN MOBILIZING ELECTORATE FOR THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION: STUDY OF OGBIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF BALYESA

263    RADIO AS A TOOL FOR MOBILIZING ELECTORATES TOWARDS PARTICIPATING IN 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS OF OSUN STATE.

264    ROLE OF RADIO IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA: A STUDY FEDERAL RADIO CORPORATION OF NIGERIA (FRCN, IBADAN).

265    PROMOTING IGBO CULTURAL HERITAGE: AN AUDIENCE EVALUATION OF ABS TELEVISION CHANNELS.

266    ROLE OF TELEVISION IN PROMOTING ELECTORAL EDUCATION IN RIVER STATE.

267    ROLE OF TELEVISION IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: NIGERIA TELEVISION AUTHORITY, ASABA.

268    ROLE OF TELEVISION IN UPLIFTING EDUCATIONAL STANDARD IN NIGERIA: STUDY OF NTA KNOWLEDGE CHANNEL

269    ROLE OF ENUGU STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION (A STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH)

270    ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN PROPAGATING AND PROMOTING CULTURE IN NIGERIA :A STUDY OF OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL.

271    THE ROLE OF NTA KNOWLEDGE IN RURAL EDUCATIONAL.

272    ROLE OF TVC IN POLITICAL MOBILIZATION OF RESIDENTS IN IKEJA.

273    ROLE OF NIGERIAN TELEVISION AUTHORITY IN THE MOBILIZATION  OF THE ELECTORATE FOR POLITICAL ELECTIONS

274    ROLE OF THE TRADITIONAL TOWN CRIER IN MOBILIZING ADAZI NNUKWU COMMUNITY IN ANAOCHA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA FOR

DEVELOPMENT.

275    ROLE OF FRCN ON POLITICAL MOBILIZATION OF RURAL DWELLERS IN EGBEDORE L.G.

276    THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON MODERN JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN NIGERIAN: JOURNALISTS WITHIN LAGOS METROPOLIS.

277    SOCIAL MEDIA AND VOTING PATTERN OF YOUTH: A STUDY OF 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN FEDERAL CAPITAL TERTIARY.

278    TELEVISION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT IN KOGI STATE (A STUDY OF KOGI STATE POLYTECHNIC, LOKOJA)

279    TELEVISION AS TOOL FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (A STUDY OF IGBAJO COMMUNITY).

280    TELEVISION TOBACCO ADVERTS AND TEENAGE SMOKING HABIT (A STUDY OF YOUTHS IN OSOGBO).

281    INFLUENCE OF SMS AS TOOL FOR POLITICAL NEWS DISSEMINATION TO ELECTORATE IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION.

283    CHALLENGES OF DIGITAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF STATE MEDIA.

284    CHALLENGES OF INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF THE PUNCH.

285    INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON UNDERGRADUATES ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND SPELLING: UNIVERSITY OF KADUNA.

286    EFFECT OF AUDIO DRAMA ON RADIO STATION IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF ABULE OLOKE MERIN

287    INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF LUX SOAP.

288    INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISING MESSAGE ON CONSUMERS’ BUYING BEHAVIOUR IN LAGOS

289    INFLUENCE OF GRAPHICS ON NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES READERS IN IKOYI, LAGOS

290    MEDIA CREDIBILITY ON NEWS CONSUMPTION AMONG CIVIL SERVANTS IN OSOGBO

291    CONTRIBUTIONS OF INTERNET ON RADIO STATIONS IN NIGERIA: FRCN

292    INFLUENCE OF PRIVATIZATION OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA ON THE AUDIENCE IN KADUNA.

293    PRIVATIZATION ON BROADCAST INDUSTRY AND MEDIA PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF SPLASH F.M AND AIT

294    INFLUENCE OF PRODUCT PACKAGING ON SALES VOLUMES OF SELECTED SOAPS.

295    IMPACT OF PROMOTIONAL SMS ON THE PURCHASING HABIT OF STUDENTS OF UNILAG.

296    SOCIAL MEDIA AS EMERGING TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTICES:A STUDY OF PRs PRACTITIONERS IN ABUJA

297    PERCEPTIONS OF GSM USERS IN LAGOS TOWARDS SIM PORTING INTRODUCED BY TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE PROVIDERS.

298    INFLUENCE OF TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT AND ITS USES IN MOVIES ON YOUTH SMOKING HABIT IN JOS.

299    INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION CARTOON NETWORK ON THE AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR OF PRIMARY SCHOOL IN LAGOS.

300    PUBLIC RELATIONS AS TOOL FOR ENHANCING PEACE IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS: A STUDY OF OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY.

301    2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS AND HATE CAMPAIGNS PHENOMENON:A STUDY OF THE REAL BUHARI INFLUENCE ON VOTERS.

302    EFFECTIVENESS OF RADIO AS A TOOL FOR PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT ON HIV/AIDS: (A STUDY OF GOLD F.M ILESHA, OSUN STATE)

303    EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN NEWS GATHERING AND DISSEMINATION.

304    INFLUENCE OF NEWS COMMERCIALIZATION ON THE CONTENTS OF PRIVATE MEDIA (A STUDY OF AIT AND CHANNELS TELEVISION, LAGOS)

305    INFLUENCE OF CABLE TELEVISION ON THE LIFE PATTERN OF REDEEMER’S UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF GOTV

306    IMPACT OF “BENUE THIS WEEK” A RADIO BENUE PROGRAMME ON THE RURAL DEVELOPMENT OF KATSINA-ALA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA.

307    IMPACT OF ADVERTISING IN SUSTAINING MASS MEDIA INDUSTRY: A STUDY OF STV AND LIV    PAYMENT

  1. IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON MODERN JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN NIGERIAN WITH A FOCUS ON JOURNALISTS WITHIN LAGOS

METROPOLIS.

309    IMPACT OF ADVERTISEMENT ON THE GROWTH OF THE MEDIA (A STUDY OF WAP TV).

310    IMPACT OF BILLBOARD ADVERT CAMPAIGNS IN ERADICATING CAMPUS CULTISM AMONG STUDENTS OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, EDE.

311    IMPACT OF BILLBOARD POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS ON THE ELECTORATE VOTING BEHAVIOUR IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN OSUN STATE.

312    IMPACT OF CARTOONS ON NEWSPAPER SALES WITH A SPECIFIC FOCUS ON THE NATION NEWSPAPER, LAGOS.

313    IMPACT OF COLOUR COMBINATION IN NEWSPAPER DESIGN AND MAKEUP (A STUDY OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER).

314    IMPACT OF COMMUNITY RADIO STATION ON GRASSROOTS DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF GOLD F.M 95.5, ILESHA

315    CONTRIBUTIONS OF COMPUTER AND INTERNET ON THE PRACTICE OF MODERN JOURNALISM: A STUDY OF NTA CHANNELS AND TVC.

316    IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON THE GOAL ATTAINMENT OF A MTN.

317    IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON BROADCASTING MEDIA INDUSTRY: A STUDY OF SELECTED STATE MEDIA.

318    MEDIA ETHICS AND THE PUNCH NEWSPAPERS EDITORIAL PHILOSOPHY

319    THE IMPACT OF GOLD 95.5 F.M ILESA ON GRASSROOT DEVELOPMENT  (A  STUDY OF ILESA TOWN).

320    THE IMPACT OF GRAPHIC ARTS IN NEWSPAPER PUBLICATIONS: OVERVIEW OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

321    CONSUMERS BELIEVABILITY OF TV COMMERCIALS CLAIMS: A STUDY OF DETTOL COMMERCIAL

322    IMPACT OF GRAPHICS IN THE PRINT MEDIA: A STUDY OF NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER

323    IMPACT OF ICT ON ADVERTISING PRACTICE IN NIGERIA: AN EVALUATION OF GLOBACOM PRODUCTS

324    IMPACT OF INTERNET ON READABILITY OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS STUDENTS, AKOKA LAGOS).

326    IMPACT OF INTERNET ON READING AND RESEARCH HABITS STUDENTS  OF KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY.

327    IMPACT OF INTERNET TECHNOLOGY ON JOURNALISM PRACTICE IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF AIT, LAGOS.

328    IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA CAMPAIGN IN REDUCING THE SPEED OF MALARIA IN ETIM LOCAL GOVERNMENT, AKWA-IBOM.

329    THE IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA IN PROMOTING POLITICAL PARTIES ACTIVITIES AND MANIFESTATION IN KADUNA STATE.

330    MASS MEDIA AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR ACHIEVING FREE AND FAIR 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS: TVC & CHANNEL.

331    MASS MEDIA AS A TOOL FOR PROMOTING UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION IN ETINA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AKWA-IBOM STATE.

332    BROADCAST MEDIA AS A PLATFORM FOR MOBILIZING WOMEN FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION (A STUDY OF WOMEN IN EGBEDORE L.G).

333    INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE PRACTICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS:A CASE STUDY OF GLOBAL COMMUNICATION NIGERIA LIMITED

334    MODERN INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK MECHANISM IN TVC AND STV.

335    NEWSCASTER ATTIRE ON AUDIENCE INTEREST TOWARD NEWS MESSAGES: SURVEY OF IKORODU RESIDENTS

336    INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN PROMOTING DARK AND LOVELY HAIR RELAXER TO PEDESTRIANS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

337    INFLUENCE OF POLITICAL CONFLICTS REPORTING ON ELECTORATE PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS.

338    INFLUENCE OF MOVIE VIOLENCE AND CRIMINAL SCENES ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF YOUTH IN AJEGUNLE, LAGOS.

339    THE IMPACT OF OWNERSHIP ON THE OBJECTIVITY OF PRIVATE STATIONS IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF STV & RAY POWER).

340    THE IMPACT OF PROOFREADING AND EDITING ON THE SUCCESS OF NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA.

341    IMPACT OF PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT PROGRAMME ON THE AUDIENCE (A STUDY OF SATURDAY SPECIAL ON BROADCASTING CORPORATION

OF OYO STATE BCOS, IBADAN)

342    THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS ON MEDIA ORGANISATION: A STUDY OF NIPR, LAGOS.

343    PLACE OF NEWS IN THE SOCIETY: APPRAISAL OF WHAT PEOPLE DO WITH THE NEWS IN ABUJA METROPOLIS.

344    IMPACT OF RADIO ON AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AMONG RURAL FARMERS: A STUDY OF IREE FARMERS, OSUN STATE.

345    IMPACT OF RADIO IN PARTICIPATION AMONG ELECTORATE INUYO METROPOLIS

346    IMPACT OF SATELLITE TELEVISION ON STUDENTS OF DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY

347    IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA MALARIA CAMPAIGN ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER: A STUDY OF OSUN STATE POLYTECHNIC, IREE.

348    NEGATIVE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE.

349    THE IMPACT OF TELEVISION ON YOUTHS’ EDUCATION IN OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY.

350     IMPACT OF NTA KNOWLEDGE CHANNEL ON EDUCATIONAL ADVERTISEMENT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS.

351    IMPACT OF WOMEN IN ADVERTISEMENT: APPRAISAL OF CONSUMERS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS.

352    PLACE OF  WOMEN JOURNALISTS IN NIGERIA BROADCAST MEDIA: A STUDY OF NTA ABUJA.

353    THE INFLUENCE OF ABULE OLOKE MERIN AUDIO DRAMA IN EDUCATING YOUTHS ON HIV/AIDS: A STUDY OF OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY.

354    THE INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISING ON CONSUMER BUYING HABITS OF COMPETING BRANDS IN IKEJA AND IKORODU COMMUNITY OF LAGOS

STATE (A STUDY OF ORIJIN AND ALOMO BITTERS).

355    INFLUENCE OF ANIMATED CARTOONS ON THE BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN IN IKEJA CITY MALL.

356    INFLUENCE OF CARTOONS ON  CHANNEL CHILDREN IN SOME SELECTED NURSERY & PRIMARY.

357    INFLUENCE OF COLOUR MAGAZINES AND WEBPAGES ON READERS IN MADONA UNIVERSITY COMBINATION IN BEAUTIFICATION OF

MAGAZINE PAGES: A STUDY OF TELL MAGAZINE.

358    INFLUENCE OF  SMS ADVERT AS DIRECT MARKETING PLATFORM  ON THE PURCHASING HABIT OF STUDENT IN SOME SELECTED

UNIVERSITY IN DELTA STATE.

359    THE INFLUENCE OF SMS POLITICAL ADVERTISING (MESSAGES) ON VOTING PATTERN OF ELECTORATES IN THE 2015 GOVERNORSHIP

ELECTION IN ABIA STATE.

360    NIGERIA PRESS AND ETHICS OF JOURNALISM PROFESSION (A STUDY OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER REGULAR WARNING TO MEMBERS OF THE

PUBLIC NOT TO OFFER BRIBES TO ITS JOURNALISTS.

361    PLACE OF CARTOONS IN NEWSPAPER PUBLICATION IN NIGERIA A STUDY OF THE NATION NEWSPAPER.

362    EMAIL AND SOCIAL MEDIA AS EMERGED TOOLS  FOR JOURNALISM PROFESSIONAL NUJ IN PORTHACOURT.

363    PLACE OF GATEKEEPERS ON THE SUCCESS OF A NEWSPAPER OUTFIT IN THE EMERGING CITIZENS JOURNALISM: A STUDY NUJ YOLA

364    PLACE OF NAUGHTY BY NATURE CARTOON IN NEWSPAPER AS AN ENTERTAINMENT WORK OF ART: A STUDY OF PUNCH NEWSPAPER,

LAGOS

365    PLACE OF OSUN DEFENDER NEWSPAPER IN SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF OSUN STATE

366    PLACE OF TWITTER AS A RESPONSIVE AND INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIA: A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF CROSS RIVERS

367    TELEPROMPTER AS TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE MASSGE DELIVERY AMONG NEWSCASTERS IN  NTA TVC LAGOS.

368    NEWSPAPER AND NIGERIAN POLITICS: ANALYSIS OF ISSUES AND PATTERNS OF NEWS COVERAGE BY THE NATION AND NIGERIAN TRIBUNE

NEWSPAPERS

369    ROLE OF CONTINUITY ANNOUNCER ON SUCCESS OF BROADCASTING STATION : A STUDY OF OSBC, OSOGBO.

370    PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS OF PRIVATE MEDIA MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA: (A STUDY OF AFRICA INDEPENDENT TELEVISION (AIT)

371    RELEVANCE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN HEALTH INSTITUTIONS: A STUDY OF EKITI STATE TEACHING HOSPITAL, ADO-EKITI.

372    ROLE OF BROADCASTING STATIONS AGAINST DRUG ABUSE (A STUDY OF SELECTED PROGRAMMES ON HEARTLAND AND HOT FM STATIONS

OWERRI).

373    THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS IN POLITICAL AWARENESS: A STUDY OF BORIPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

374    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO ON THE  HEALTH DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA.

375    ROLE OF GATEKEEPING IN NEWS PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION: A STUDY OF NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER LETTERS TO THE

EDITORS COLUMN.

376    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN ACHIEVING MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGS)

377    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN CREATING AWARENESS AGAINST DRUG ABUSE (A STUDY OF OSBC AND NTA)

378    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA SATIRICAL IN CRIME REDUCTION (AMONG  IBADAN SOUTH WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT RESIDENTS.

379    MASS MEDIA EFFORTS IN ERADICATING MATERNAL DEATH AMONG WOMEN IN ILESA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

380    THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN PREVENTING ELECTION RIGGING AND VIOLENCE SURVEY OF JOURNALISTS IN RIVER STATE

381    THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN CAMPAIGN BOOK HARAM  IBADAN AND NTA, CHANNEL 5 IKEJA).

382    THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN WAR AGAINST INSURGENCY AND TERRORISM IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF NIGERIAN TRIBUNE, IBADAN AND NTA,

CHANNEL 5 IKEJA).

383    THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA ON THE SPATE OF CHILD ABUSE IN NIGERIA.

384    THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA TOWARDS THE ERADICATION OF CHILD TRAFFICKING IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF KWARA STATE).

385    THE ROLE OF MEDIA IN PROMOTING POVERTY ALLEVIATION  PROGRAMMES IN NIGERIA.

386    MOBILE PHONE AS EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK: DEVICE IN RADIO NIGERIA POLICE DAIRY PROGRAMME.

387    THE ROLE OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN ACHIEVING COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY IN BROADCAST MEDIA CHANNELS.

388    THE ROLE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT ON ORGANISATION NASCO FOODS NIGERIA LIMITED, JOS.

389    THE ROLE OF NEWSPAPER IN THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (A STUDY OF THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER).

390    ROLE OF NOLLYWOOD IN  PROMOTING NATIONAL UNITY & DEVELOPMENT.

391    THE ROLE OF PRINT MEDIA IN SPORT DEVELOPMENT: COMPLETE FOOTBALL, COMPLETE SPORT.

392    THE ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN BUILDING CORPORATE IMAGE CIVIL DEFENSE.

392    ROLE OF RADIO IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: A SURVEY OF OJO TOWN IN EGBEDORE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, OSUN STATE

393    ROLE OF RADIO IN POLITICAL PARTICIPATION AND MOBILIZATION IN UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE IN 2015 ELECTION (A STUDY OF PLANET

101.1 FM, ATLANTIC 104.5 FM AND AKBC 90.5 FM).

394    ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN CURBING THE SPREAD OF EBOLA VIRUS AMONG UNILAG STUDENTS.

  1. MEDIA PREFERENCE OF KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE TRADITIONAL MASS MEDIA AND SOCIAL

MEDIA

  1. NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF WOMEN AND THEIR IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN PERSPECTIVE
  2. INFLUENCE OF TWITTER ON THE SOCIAL AND READING ABILITY OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
  3. INFLUENCE OF MTN WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE AS TOOL OF SOCIALIZATION AMONG STUDENTS IN TERTAIRY INSTITUTIONS
  4. COMPUTER AS TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE PAGE PLANNING AND DESIGN

400    ROLE OF TELEVISION IN CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE SPREAD OF EBOLA VIRUS IN LAGOS STATE

401    ROLES OF MASS MEDIA IN SOCIETAL INTEGRATION PROMOTING COMMUNAL

402    INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISING ON BUYING HABIT OF LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY

403    THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AS CHANNEL OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION AMONG KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS)

404    SOCIAL MEDIA MANIFESTATION OF FREEDOM INFORMATION IN NIGERIA.

405    USE OF STATE BROADCAST MEDIA AS PROPAGANDA MACHINERY BY STATE GOVERNMENT (A STUDY OF LAGOS STATE TELEVISION, LAGOS)

406    TRENDS AND EFFECTS OF NEGATIVE THEMES IN NIGERIAN HOME MOVIES (A STUDY OF FOUR HOME MOVIES).

407    SOCIAL MEDIA AS TOOLS FOR ENHANCING INFORMATION SHARING AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN GOVERNANCE.

408    GENDER IN EQUALITY AND WOMEN ROLE IN DECISION MAKING IN NIGERIA.

409    IMPACT OF TELEVISION ON THE LIVE COVERAGE OF ELECTORAL TRIBUNAL JUDGMENT IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF OSUN TRIBUNAL

2007-2009.

410    PRONUNCIATION AND INTONATION OF ENGLISH NEWSCASTERS AS A VERITABLE TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE  NEWS AND PROGRAMME

DELIVERY.

411    IMPACT OF HEADLINES ON NEWSPAPER READERSHIP ( A SURVEY OF NEWSPAPERS STAND,IN OSHODI LAGOS.

412    ABUJA CARNIVAL AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL MOBILIZATION AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION.

413    INFLUENCE OF ONLINE NEWS ON HARDCOPY NEWSPAPER BUYING HABIT AMONG UNILAG STUDENTS.

414    EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATIONAL BROADCASTING ON THE ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS OF ADO GIRLS AND CREATIVE

SECONDARY SCHOOL ONISHA.

415    ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF UNDERGRADUATES TOWARDS FILM ADVERTISEMENT: A STUDY OF CRAWFORD UNIVERSITY.

416    AUDIENCE PREFERENCE OF TELEVISION STATIONS: A STUDY OF AIT AND NTA.

417    CHALLENGES OF TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN A DEMOCRATIC DISPENSATION: A STUDY OF NTA, JOS.

418    PERCEPTION OF JOURNALISTS IN AKWA IBOM  ON DIGITALIZATION OF BROADCASTING INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA.

419    ASSESSMENT OF NEWSPAPER READERSHIP OF FASHION PAGES IN SUNDAY PUNCH, SUNDAY VANGUARD AND SUNDAY SUN AMONG UNILAG

STUDENTS.

420    IMPACT OF CORELDRAW AND PHOTOSHOP ON NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE PAGE PLANNING AND DESIGN NEWS MAGAZINE AND THE PUNCH

NEWSPAPER.

421    INFLUENCE OF SMS POLITICAL ADVERTISING (MESSAGES) ON VOTING PATTERN OF ELECTORATES IN THE 2015 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION

IN ABIA STATE.

422    SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON AUDIENCE PREFERENCE OF SIMILAR PRODUCT (A STUDY OF CADBURY & NESTLE)

423    AUDIENCE PERCEPTION ON LACASERA SOFT DRINK ADVERTISEMENT ON KASITINA STATE UNIVERSITY.

424    INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON NIGERIAN UNDERGRADUATES DRESSING HABIT (A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

(UNILAG), LAGOS AND WESLEY UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, (WUST) ONDO

425    ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF BOWEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS).

426    IMPACT OF SPONSORED REALITY TELEVISION SHOW ON BRAND AWARENESS AND PATRONAGE (A STUDY OF MTN PROJECT FAME AND

NIGERIAN IDOL)

427    RADIO LISTENERSHIP PATTERN AMONG THE PEOPLE IN ILORIN METROPOLIS.

428    THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN ACHIEVING VISION 20:2020.

429    SOCIAL MEDIA AS AN EFFECTIVE INSTRUMENT FOR CULTURAL PROPAGATION IN NIGERIA

430    INFLUENCE OF MTV SHUGA NAIJA ON SELECTED FEMALE YOUTHS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA.

431    ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NEWSPAPER AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR POLITICAL EDUCATION.

432    EFFECTIVENESS OF RADIO IN PROMOTING FAMILY VALUES AND NORMS (A STUDY OF OKPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT DELTA STATE).

433    SOCIAL MEDIA AS TOOL FOR PROMOTING POLITICAL ASPIRATION AND MOBILIZATION FOR 2015 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN: FEDERAL

UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, ABEOKUTA, BABCOCK UNIVERSITY,, ILESHAN AND MOSHOOD ABIOLA POLYTECHNIC, OJERE)

434    RELEVANCE OF BULLET THEORY IN MODERN DAY PREPOSITION A STUDY OF THE EBOLA VIRUS DISEASES.

435    INFLUENCE OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISEMENT  ON PEDESTRIAN AND VISITORS  OF IKEJA CITY MALL AREA OF LAGOS STATE

436    INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT ON THE CHOICE OF HAIR RELAXER AMONG FEMALE UNDERGRADUATES.

437    IMPACT OF OUTSIDE BROADCASTING (OB-LINK) ON THE TELEVISION COVERAGE OF LIVE POLITICAL ACTIVITIES IN 2015 ELECTIONS: A

STUDY OF KARU COMMUNITY.

438    TELEVISION VIEWERSHIP AMONG STUDENTS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL (A STUDY OF KIDVAC NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL, IREE)

499    SOCIAL MEDIA AS AGENDA SETTERS IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN NIGERIA (A OF SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE BY ELECTORATE IN

OBUBRA)

440    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN ACHIEVING A SUSTAINBLE HEALTH CARE IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF OSUN STATE BROADCASTING CORPORATION)

441    EXAMINATION OF THE IMPACT OF INTERNET ON RADIOBROADCASTING IN BAUCHI STATE.

442    PRINT MEDIA AS TOOL FOR POLITICAL EDUCATION IN GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN LAGOS STATE.

443    INFLUENCE OF PRINT MEDIA ON MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE IN IBADAN NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT SURVEY AND FOCUS GROUP.

444    A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON THE WORKERS OF PAJODA CONSTRUCTION CO. NIG. LTD ABUJA.

445    INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON CHOICE OF CANDIDATE IN THE 2015 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION A STUDY OF KWARA STATE.

446    PERCEPTION OF KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS IN

KWARA STATE

447    INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISING ON THE CONSUMERS PATRONAGE OF GOODS AND SERVICES IN LAGOS

  1. 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS AND HATE CAMPAIGNS PHENOMENON: A STUDY OF THE REAL BUHARI INFLUENCE ON VOTERS

490    NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMODU BUHARI 100 DAYS IN OFFICE: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THE DAILY TRUST, DAILY

SUN, GUARDIAN AND LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPER

491    PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF MEDIA MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF OSUN STATE BROADCASTING CORPORATION (OSBC)    492    IMPACT OF NTA ENUGU IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF COAL CAMP COMMUNITY OF ENUGU SOUTH L.G. AREA OF ENUGU STATE

493    IMPACT OF CABLE TELEVISION ON THE LIFE PATTERN OF REDEEMER’S UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (A STUDY OF GOTV)

494    AWARENESS AND PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS TOWARDS HOMOSEXUALITY AND ITS EFFECT ON SOCIAL VALUES: UNIPORT STUDENTS.    495    SOCIAL MEDIA AN END TO INFORMATION CONSOLING AND MONOPOLY

496    IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT ON THE POPULARITY OF MTN SERVICES & PRODUCT AMONG STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF UYO

497    INFLUENCE OF ONLINE NEWS ON THE TRADITIONAL NEWSPAPER PATRONAGE AMONG UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN  COMMUNITY

498    IMPACT OF ATLANTIC FM MOBILIZING ELECTORATE GOVERNMENT ELECTION IN RIVERS STATE  (E.S.B.S) RADIO ON VOTERS

MOBILIZATION DURING ELECTION.

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INFLUENCE OF ONLINE NEWS ON THE TRADITIONAL NEWSPAPER PATRONAGE AMONG UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN COMMUNITY

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The core objective of this research was to examine the influence of online news on the traditional newspaper patronage among University of Ibadan Community which includes students and staffs. Reading from online news websites, blogs, social media including Youtube are on the increase among students as information and communication technology advanced to the extent that students and lecturers can access news online using their computer, Smartphone and other internet enabling phone therefore, led to the sales of few copies of newspaper due to the fact that people read news as it breaks not necessarily waiting till another day to read from newspaper stands. Survey research method was adopted coupled with 200 copies of questionnaires that were administered within the University of Ibadan community with 100 university staffs and another 100 students were drawn as sample size using non-probability method (purposive technique.) Frequency and percentage method of data analysis was used to analyze data. From the findings, it was clear that there will continuous be less hardcopy of newspapers in circulation as many students’ even lecturers prefer online news. It was evidence that larger percentage of the respondents visit online for news regularly especially students who cannot do without surfing net. It was recommended that media outfits should be diversify in their production by means of convergent i.e integrating the new media with traditional mass media.

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SOCIAL MEDIA AS EMERGING TOOLS FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA (A study of 2015 Presidential Election)

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The study examined the influence of social media as emerging tool for political participation in Nigeria with a study of 2015 Presidential Election. The emergency and proliferation of social media otherwise known as citizen media has reshaped political education and mobilization in Nigeria. It offers platform for political debates, cyber activism, political campaign and political mobilization. A critical review to related literature was made. Relevant theory which was used to gratify the study was McLuhan theory on new media. Quantitative research design was used in which cross-sectional survey method was adopted while the data collection instrument was questionnaire. 300 copies of questionnaires that were administered to the three tertiary institutions from Ogun state i.e   Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Babcock University,, Ileshan and Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ojere. Findings have shown that as a result of the political dispensation, political office holders, politicians, including president and governors now have and manage social media account such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram among others. Political leaders and political candidate now share their political agenda and mobilize people towards it propagation. It is recommended that, social media can be improved to enhance better public mobilization, sensitization and true democracy in Nigeria through citizen sensitization programmes, registration that involve national identity card among other steps.

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INFLUENCE OF MAGGI STAR KITCHEN FAMILY SHOW IN EDUCATING WOMEN IN LAGOS ON THEIR FOOD PREPARATION

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Cooking is one of the human activities because man must eat and as a result of this, Maggi Star Kitchen programme is designed by a seasoning producer with the view to make its products an household ingredient while preparing foods, it also offers platform to teach women on various food preparation. It is on this background that the research investigates the Influence of Maggi Star Kitchen Family Show in educating women in Lagos on their food preparation and food menu. Therefore, one hundred (100) women both young and old were purposively selected using non-probability technique and out of 100 copies of   questionnaires distributed, nine (90) copies were retrieved upon which the anyalysis was based. It was established that majority of the respondents admitted that Maggi Star Kitchen has enhanced their cooking and food preparation. While many respondents submitted that they have learnt new approach to some food preparation via Maggi Star Kitchen but the major challenge facing women in Lagos in translating what they watch in Maggi Star Kitchen into their daily food preparation or menu was as a result of the level of income, hustle and bustle nature of the city, little or no access to some of ingredients used on the show within their localities etc. it was recommended that 24 hours private television station should be established to dwell only on cooking, food, menu and other related aspect alone rather than all-in- one channels we are having in Nigeria, good examples of such television station are MasalaTV, ZaiqaTV, and ZaukTV. The Hum Network Limited (HNL) just like that of Pakistan because it is a human interest show.

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INFLUENCE OF NOLLYWOOD DRESSING ON THE DRESSING PATTERN OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIA TERTIARY INSTITUTION (A study of Lagos State University)

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The research is thrust to examine the influence of Nollywood dressing on the dressing pattern of students in Nigeria tertiary institution using Lagos State University students, Ojo, Lagos State. The primary motive of carrying out this research is to know the extent at which Nollywood movies have affected the dressing pattern of youth in our society. Without mincing words, Nollywood has falling in promoting Nigeria values and dignity by throwing decency away in showcasing indecent scenes.   Survey research method was adopted coupled with questionnaires were administered to the selected respondents of 373 while 360 copies of questionnaires were returned and analysed. Respondents were picked using simple random sampling method (probability). The data collected were analysed and interpreted using frequency and percentage method. Promotion of our rich cultural heritage and social cultural value of Nigeria is a core objective of Nigeria Movies in order to resist Western influx but today the opposite is the case as semi-porn scenes now a common things on our Nollywood. It is of note that the imitation of Nollywood pattern of dress has led to indecent dressing and decline in Nigeria cultural values and norms. It is recommended that the Nigerian films censors commission should scrutinise films before they are sent out for viewing by the larger audience while script writers and directors should always have at the back of their minds that Nigeria cultural heritage and national unity should be foremost on their minds when they are writing any script.

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ATTITUDE OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS STUDENTS TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING (STUDY OF JUMIA, KONGA AND OLX)

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The research examines the attitude of University of Lagos students towards online shopping with case study of Jumia, Konga and Olx respectively. Survey research method was used coupled with 200 respondents that were drawn among the students of Unilag, Akoka Lagos of which 193 copies were returned. Findings show that with advancement in technology particularly social networking and online stores, it has facilitated online shopping among the youth whereas, Lack of trust, absent of physical interaction and fair of being deceived and duped have been identified as some of the challenges facing online shopping all over the world especially in Africa and Nigeria in particular because it is relatively new to them. Probability sampling technique through multi stage sampling was used to select 5 faculties out of 12 faculties in Unilag using simple random selection and in each faculty selected, 1 department was drawn and in each department selected 200 level and 400 level students were chosen. Therefore 20 respondents were drawn from 200 level and another 20 respondents from 400 level making 40 respondents that were drawn from each department using systematic sampling technique. The data collected were analysed and interpreted using Descriptive Statistics particularly frequency percentage table with the aids of SPSS. It was recommended that Online payment for products and services such as money perfect, credit card, debit card, online signed cheque and other should be protected while many easier payment options should be designed to make online payment easier, effective and fraudulent free.

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INFLUENCE OF FAMILY PLANNING RADIO PROGRAMME ON YOUNG COUPLES IN OSOGBO

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Radio is one of the means to get information across the length and breath of the society because of its flexibility in presenting health matters, no wonder this research examines the influence of family planning radio programme on young couples in Osogbo metropolis to know if programmes on family planning actually tells on their re-procreation arrangement. Survey research method was adopted in this research coupled with 200 copies of questionnaires that were administered to the selected couples in Osogbo, the capital of Osun state, Southwest Nigeria in which 192 copies were returned for anlaysis. The result shows that mass media especially radio and television played crucial roles in creating, informing, educating and sensitizing couples on child spacing, family planning, maternal mortality, and infant mortality among others via special programmes that are designed and dedicated to achieve such goal. It was evident that (Ifeto-Somo bibi) Child-spacing or family planning reduces stress in the family, promote healthy children, promote healthy mother and safe cost of living in the family. Similarly, larger percentage of the couples use 2 years age gap between their children. It is recommended that waiting at least 2–3 years between pregnancies to reduce infant and child mortality, and also to benefit maternal health is a good practice.

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INFLUENCE OF NOLLYWOOD ON THE DRESSING PATTERN OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIA TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS (A study of Lagos State University)

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The research examines the influence of Nollywood on the dressing pattern of students in Nigeria tertiary institutions using Lagos State University students, Ojo, Lagos State to know the extent at which Nollywood movie stars have influenced the dressing pattern of youth in our society. Survey research method was adopted coupled with copies of questionnaires that were administered to the selected respondents who were 373 while 360 copies were returned and analysed. Respondents were picked using simple random sampling method (probability). The data collected were analysed and interpreted using frequency and percentage method. Promotion of our rich cultural heritage and social cultural value of Nigeria is a core objective of Nigeria Movies in order to resist Western influx but today the opposite is the case as semi-porn scenes now become common things on Nollywood. It is of note that the imitation of Nollywood pattern of dress has led to indecent dressing and decline in Nigeria cultural values and norms. It is recommended that the Nigerian films censors commission should placed serious efforts in scrutinizing films before they are approved for viewing by the larger audience while script writers and directors should always have at the back of their minds that Nigeria cultural heritage and national unity should be foremost in their minds when they are writing any script.

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ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE IN LAGOS METROPOLIS TOWARDS TRANSIT ADVERTISEMENT

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The study examines the attitude and perception of people living in Lagos Metropolis towards transit advertisement which is an outdoor medium of advertising especially in the cities like Lagos, Abuja and Porthacourt. The research is anchored on Perception Theory, Diffusion of Innovation Theory and Recency Theory. Survey research method as a quantitative method was adopted for this study. Questionnaire was used to elicit responses from the respondents that were drawn. The research use Probability and Non-probability sampling techniques. Probability gives every member of the population or sampling fame equal chance of been selected. However, two local governments were simple randomly selected i.e Ikeja and Ikorodu local government after which respondents were chosen in each locations base on convenience while 150 female and another 150 male respondents making 300 respondents that were selected. The number of retrieved copies of questionnaire was 252, representing 84% response rate. Findings show that people in Lagos metropolis attach great importance to transit advertisement; hence influences their perception and attitude in the way they responds to the advertisement placed in and outside buses and other mobile means of transportation. The researcher recommends that since the primary aim of advertisement is to promote and sell goods and services. Advertisers should ensure that the ultimate aim of their products be indicated so that the target audience will need no further explanation of the benefits inherent in the particular goods and services.

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6 INFLUENCE OF MAGGI STAR KITCHEN FAMILY SHOW IN EDUCATING WOMEN IN LAGOS ON THEIR FOOD PREPARATION AND FOOD MENU PAYMENT
6 SOCIAL MEDIA AS EMERGING TOOLS FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA (A study of 2015 Presidential Election) PAYMENT
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IMPACT OF BILLBOARD POLITICAL CAMPAIGN ON THE ELECTORATES VOTING BEHAVIOUR IN THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION IN OSUN STATE PAYMENT
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ROLE OF RADIO IN MOBILIZING ELECTORATE FOR THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTION PAYMENT
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13 EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN NIGERIA DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM: AN APPRAISAL OF 2015 GENERAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AMONG LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS. PAYMENT
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15 CHALLENGES OF NEWSPAPERS’ CIRCULATION IN NIGERIA PAYMENT
16 NEWSPAPER  AS ELECTIONEERING TOOL IN NIGERIA IN THE 2015 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN LAGOS STATE PAYMENT
17 INFLUENCE OF ABULE OLOKE MERIN AUDIO DRAMA IN EDUCATING YOUTHS ON HIV PAYMENT
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19 INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND CHANGES IN   MASS MEDIA PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION: .A STUDY OF TVC LAGOS PAYMENT
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BROADCAST  MEDIA AND  CRUSADE AGAINST BOKO HARAM : A STUDY OF NTA  LAGOS PAYMENT

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THE INFLUENCE OF SMS ADVERT/ PROMO ON THE PURCHASING HABIT OF MASS COMMUNICATION STUDENTS OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC,

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The research study the Influence of SMS Advert/Promo on the Purchasing Habit of Mass Communication students of Federal Polytechnic, Offa. The research adopted the use of survey method with questionnaires in gathering the necessary data from the selected respondents within mass communication department of Federal polytechnic, Offa, Kwara State. Without doubt the use of SMS in advertising or promoting goods, services, ideas, concepts among others has become one of the effective and easy ways of reaching out to the GSM users most especially students. Table, frequency and percentage statistics was adopted in analyzing collected data.  It is recommended that telecommunication industries should strategies ways to curb illegal use of the service to dupe people or exploit them.

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