HAZARDS FACING JOURNALISTS IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF NIGERIAN UNION OF JOURNALISTS IN ABUJA

ABSTRACT

Media hazards is one of the major issues in journalism but attracted less attention in the last few decades especially now that democracy is waxing stronger in Nigeria making it appears as if there were no hazard any more. The focus of this research is to examine the hazards (i.e. problems) facing journalism practice in Nigeria particularly in among journalists in Abuja. Media practitioners and media owners face different challenges at one time or the other in the cause of carrying out their official duties and few of such is killing, kidnapping, threaten, accident, embarrassment, humiliation among others. Survey research method was used, of which 200 copies of questionnaires were administered to respondents who were purposively selected among journalists in NUJ chapel in Abuja. Findings shown that killing, threaten and kidnapping are the major hazards to journalism practices in Nigeria in general. It is therefore recommended that further studies on this research, should be extended to the problems and prospects of journalism and the role of broadcast media in preventing media hazards while regular training be organized for the member of the fourth estate of the realm in Nigeria

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ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF KWASU FEMALE MASS COMMUNICATION STUDENTS TOWARDS JOURNALISM AS A CAREER

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On the yearly basis universities, polytechnics, media colleges and institutes are graduating students hopefully to work in form of the media but the reverse appears to the case among the students particularly female ones who prefer other careers. This opinion require the empirical studies to establish its real position; it is on this notion that this paper examines the attitude and perception of female mass communication students of Kwara State University, Malete towards chosen journalism or its related arms like public relations as a career. The research was anchored on individual difference and perception theory. Survey research method was adopted while questions were administered to the respondents within the institution were drawn using multistage sampling procedure from 100-400 level. The data collected were analysed and interpreted using descriptive statistics (frequency percentage and tables). Findings show that majority of the respondents did not wish to practice journalism despite the years spent in learning, stressing that journalism is time consuming job with no time for husband and children coupled with discrimination and other hazards attached to it especially during election, crisis etc. although some still believe that they can practice as either freelance or just as broadcasters. The research recommended that Media houses should make it as a point of duty to employ more of the female Journalists just like they employ the male Journalists. Men who are opportune to marry female Journalists should encourage them to practice their profession as this will broaden their horizon and also help the family to be current on things happening in the world while salaries of working Journalists should be increased so as to motivate and change the Negative Attitude of Female Mass Communication Students Towards Journalism A Career To Positive on one.

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  • USE OF STATE BROADCAST MEDIA AS PROPAGANDA MACHINERY BY STATE GOVERNMENT
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  • IMPACT OF NEW MEDIA ON POLITICAL ADVERTISING IN 2015 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN KWASU STATE
  • RADIO LISTENING HABITS OF STUDENTS IN HIGHER INSTITUTION
  • IMPACT OF GRAPHIC PRESENTATION IN NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION
  • INFLUENCE OF BROADCAST MEDIA ON THE SALES OF FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS IN PORT HARCOURT
  • ROLE OF TELEVISION IN ELECTORAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
  • ROLE OF THE MASS MEDIA IN RE-BRANDING NIGERIA: A STUDY OF NTA
  • CHALLENGES OF THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION BILL TO THE BROADCAST MEDIA:  A STUDY OF NTA
  • ANALYSIS OF CHALLENGES FACING FREEDOM OF INFORMATION IN NIGERIA
  • AN APPRAISAL OF NIGERIA MEDIA AS INSTRUMENT OF ERADICATING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA (CASE STUDY OF NTA EFFECT ON OBASANJO’S ANTI- CORRUPTION CRUSADE)
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  • NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF DRUG ABUSE IN NIGERIA A STUDY THREE SELECTED NEWS PAPERS
  • NEWSPAPER READERSHIP PATTERN AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS. (A CASE STUDY OF IMT STUDENTS)
  • IMPACT OF REPORTORIAL TECHNIQUES ON READING AUDIENCE OF AKWA IBOM BROADCASTING CORPORATION (AKBC) UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE.
  • PRESS IN NIGERIAN POLITICS: ANALYSIS OF ISSUES AND PATTERNS OF NEWS COVERAGE
  • THE ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN CRISIS RESOLUTION
  • CONSTITUTIONAL JUSTIFICATION FOR PRESS FREEDOM IN NIGERIA
  • CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE ROLE OF NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMMISSION (NBC) IN CONTROLLING THE PERFORMANCE OF BROADCAST INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA
  • INFLUENCE OF NEWS COMMERCIALIZATION ON THE CONTENT OF PRIVATE MEDIA
  • EFFECT OF TV ADVERTS ON CHILDREN
  • EFFECTIVENESS OF ADVERTISING TOOLS FOR SUCCESSFUL MARKETING OF MTN PRODUCTS
  • INFLUENCE OF MASS MEDIA ON YORUBA CULTURE AND TRADITION
  • INFLUENCE OF SATELLITE TELEVISION ON THE LIFE PATTERNS OF NIGERIA STUDENTS
  • INFLUENCE OF VIOLENT TELEVISION PROGRAMMES ON NIGERIAN YOUTHS
  • INFLUENCE ON INTERNET ON NEWS MEDIA PROFESSIONALISM#
  • HAZARDS AND PROSPECTS OF JOURNALISM IN NIGERIA
  • IMPACT OF PRINT MEDIA ON SPORTS DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  • EFFECTS OF COMMERCIALIZATION ON THE CONTENTS OF PRIVATE MEDIA
  • IMPACT OF ADVERTISING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MEDIA
  • IMPACT OF THE INTERNET ON THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY
  • CONTRIBUTIONS OF INTERNET TO THE NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION
  • IMPACT OF OPINION LEADERS IN INFORMATION DISSEMINATION IN NIGERIA
  • IMPACT OF PHONE-IN PROGRAMMES IN SENSITIZING THE ELECTORATE
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  • ROLE OF THE RADIO IN PROPAGATING CULTURE IN NIGERIA
  • USE OF PRINT MEDIA AS TOOL FOR PUBLIC RELATION PRACTICE
  • ROLE OF TRADITIONAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA
  • ASSESSMENT OF MASS MEDIA ROLE IN THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUG ABUSE IN NIGERIA
  • IMPORTANCE AND IMPACT OF PHONE-IN PROGRAMMES
  • ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN MOBILIZING WOMEN FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA
  • IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF MEDIA HOUSES ON MEDIA OBJECTIVITY: A CASE STUDY OF NTA
  • ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A Case study of NTA, Enugu)
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  • POSITIVE EFFECTS OF MASS MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY ON THE UPBRINGING OF CHILDREN
  • PROBLEM AND PROSPECT OF MEDIA MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA.
  • PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF ONLINE INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM IN MASS MEDIA 
  • RADIO LISTENERSHIP PATTERN AMONG MARKET WOMEN IN NIGERIA
  • ROLE OF MEDIA IN EMERGING DEMOCRACY
  • ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN NON COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATION
  • TELEVISION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT
  • INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISEMENT ON THE SUCCESS OF A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
  • INFLUENCE OF COMMERCIAL NEWS ON THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM
  • INFLUENCE OF NEW COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON RADIO BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA
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  • INFLUENCE OF AIT COVERAGE ON POST 2011 ELECTION SENTIMENTS AMONG RESIDENTS UYO LGA
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  • TELEVISION AS A TOOL FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION ( A CASE STUDY OF OSBC
  • ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN MOBILIZING WOMEN FOR POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
  • ROLE OF RADIO IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT A CASE STUDY OF RADIO NIGERIA
  • INFLUENCE OF WESTERN TELEVISION PROGRAMMES ON THE CULTURAL VALUES OF NIGERIA YOUTHS
  • IMPACT OF NEWS COMMENTARIES ON RADIO LISTENERS IN NIGERIA
  • A  CRITICAL EVALUATION OF IMPACT OF DIGITAL BROADCASTING ON ELECTRONIC MEDIA. (A STUDY OF AIT)  
  • IMPACT OF  ADVERTISING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE  MEDIA

MEDIA HAZARDS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF JOURNALISTS IN NIGERIA (A Case Study of Tell Magazine and AIT, Lagos)

ABSTRACT

Media hazards is one of the major issues in journalism but attracted less attention in the last few decades especially now that democracy is waxing stronger in Nigeria making it appears as if there were no hazard any more. The focus of this research is to examine media hazards on the performance of journalists in Nigeria. Media practitioners and media owners face different challenges at one time or the other in the cause of carrying out their official duties and few of such as killing, kidnapping, threaten, accident, embarrassment, humiliation among others. Survey research method was used, 100 copies of questionnaires were administered to respondents who were randomly selected among member of Tell magazine and AIT, Lagos) findings shown that killing, threaten and kidnapping are the major hazards to journalism practices in Nigeria.     Continue reading →

HAZARDS AND PROSPECTS OF JOURNALISTS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT

Media hazards is one of the major issues in journalism but attracted less attention in the last few decades especially now that democracy is waxing stronger in Nigeria making it appears as if there were no hazard any more. The focus of this research is to examine media hazards on the performance of journalists in Nigeria. Media practitioners and media owners face different challenges at one time or the other in the cause of carrying out their official duties and few of such as killing, kidnapping, threaten, accident, embarrassment, humiliation among others. Survey research method was used, of which 100 copies of questionnaires were administered to respondents who were randomly selected among member of Tell magazine and AIT, Lagos) findings shown that killing, threaten and kidnapping are the major hazards to journalism practices in Nigeria.     It is therefore recommended that further studies on this research, should be extended to the problems and prospects of journalism and the role of broadcast media in preventing media hazards.

Related: occupational hazards of journalists in Nigeria, coping with hazards of journalism, hazards of journalism, hazards and prospects of journalism in Nigeria, journalists and professional hazard, mass media hazards and prospects in Nigeria

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INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE WRITING AND READING ABILITY OF BOWEN UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES

Abstract

Social media particularly Facebook and Twitter usage can contribute to students positively and negatively depend on the users and the purpose for it use, it is on this thrust that the research examined the influence of social media on the writing and reading ability of Bowen University undergraduates. The research is anchored on Technology Determinism Theory which was explained and related carefully to this result with the aim of given depth to the research. The research also used survey research design coupled with 170 copies of questionnaires that were administered to respondents in Bowen University, Iwo Osun State who were simple randomly selected from which 153 copies were correctly filled and analyzed using frequency and percentage table method with SPSS version 20. Findings show that many of the students use their social media account for chatting, linking up with friends, business and education purposes with the believe that the platforms are doing them more good.  Though, they agreed that their grammar, spelling is gradually being battered out in terms of quality. They also use social media for creating class community, tweeting upcoming due date for events and coordinating assignment or group work. Findings revealed further that negative effect of social media can be curbed if students are using Facebook, Twitter and other platforms for class and outside class engagement as follow up to their studies, class community. Also, when lecturers start penalizing and guiding on on what is expected on them. The research recommends that Twitter and other social media users should have clear purpose for joining any social media in the first place so that they would not be overcome by any negative impacts but rather use these sites for maximum benefit.

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ROLE OF PRINT MEDIA IN SPORT DEVELOPMENT

THE ROLE OF PRINT MEDIA IN SPORT DEVELOPMENT
(A case study of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper. Ibadan)

Abstract
The study examined the role of print media in sport development using Nigerian Tribune newspaper as a case study. Print media especially newspaper capture and report sport activities on a daily basis and cover stories behind stories. The research was divided into five chapters. Chapter one covers the background of the study, statement of the problem, research questions, significance of the study, scope of the study, limitations of the study and definition of the terms. Similarly, chapter two focused on the review of relevant works from different authors. In the third chapter, survey method was adopted in which questionnaires were administered to the selected one hundred (100) sample size of which ninety (90) questionnaires were retrieved. Chapter four based on the data analysis and interpretations of findings with the frequency and percentage method of data analysis was used. Chapter contains the summary, conclusion and recommendations of the study. It is recommended that sport reporters should endeavour ensure accuracy and facts while capturing sporting events.

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ROLE OF PRINT MEDIA IN SPORT DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER ONE

 1.0    Introduction

1.1    Background to the Study

Sports was originally a recreational activity, but with the introduction of financial and material benefits and an attendant honour to it, the number of participants, the number of events and the struggle for victory have introduced high level politics into it. Consequent upon the expected rewards, fraud, irregularities and injustices have overshadowed the system. However, a lot of people and groups are now interested in knowing about sporting events. Fixtures, dates, time and place of such events become matters of interest. They equally raise a question about past ones and even the plans for the future.

Thus, information and mass awareness become primary in solving this quest for information and knowledge. A special unit or field in the world of journalism takes it upon itself to report sporting events to the public.

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INFLUENCE OF VIOLENCE MOVIES ON ADOLESCENT SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

Abstract

The core objective of this research was to examine the influence of violence movies on children and adolescent social behaviour. Gerbner once said that 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. Continue reading →

IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTS ON CHILDREN (A case study of Nestle products)

Abstract

The research examined the effect of television commercials (adverts) on children with a particular focus on Kunike Nursery and Primary School Osogbo, Osun state as a case study. Television being an audiovisual medium that mirrors reality is capable of influencing the psychological perspective of children and adolescents because children tend to cultivate what they watch in television according to Geoge Gerbner.  Also children are influenced by the advertiser’s promise that the product or service will benefit them. Survey research method was adopted with 100 children as sample size that are between the age of 5-15. The results revealed that advertisements played a vital role in introducing a new product in the family list and making better choice during shopping. Similarly, the larger percentage of children watched Nestle advert with Milo, Magi and Golden Morn are the common products that are frequently watched on television stations. The data were analyzed using table, frequency and percentage method. The major factors that influence children in watching advert on television are graphic/image or illustration. It is recommended that advert should be structured in such a way that will not deceive children and it should perform the same functions as advertised to children while APCON should be mindful of the need to protect the public from deceitful and moral advertisements i.e advertisers should have respect for the minors by telling the truth in their message to avoid cheating under age. 

 

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INFLUENCE OF MASS MEDIA IN COVERING GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA

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The study examined the role of mass media in covering government programmes and activities in Nigeria using Osun State Broadcasting Corporation (OSBC) as a case study. Mass media over the years perform a very crucial role in the socio-political and economic development of Nigeria. Mass media are often referred to as the fourth estate of realm because of the power they wield and the oversight function they exercise. The media as a major player in democratic governance and development has been recognized since the late 17th century, and remains a fundamental principle of modern-day democratic theory and practice especially in educating, enlightening, mobilizing the electorates before, during and after elections. Also, mass media for example have exposed mismanagement in high office, resulting in the resignation or toppling of heads of state and in the enactment of governance reforms. The researcher adopted survey research method coupled with 100 copies of questionnaires administered to the selected respondents within OSBC. It is safe to conclude that mass media have impact in disseminating government programmes and policies to the people in society. Mass media serve as an intermediary between the government and the governed. Democracy cannot exist in the absence of the press because democracy is based on popular will and popular opinion depends on the public’s awareness and knowledge, it is the mass media that brings up, promotes and propagates public awareness. It recommended that there should be more mass media especially privately owned media that can criticize government unlike the coward state media that will never bit the hands that feeds it. Newspapers should be free from few influential politicians to avoid turning the paper into tools of propaganda as it is the situation in Nigeria.

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

 

IMPACT OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT ON UNILEVER PLC, LAGOS

 

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ADVERTISING STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN PROMOTING ARIAL DETERGENT IN DELTA STATE

 

THE IMPACT OF DIGITALIZATION ON BROADCASTING MEDIA  (A study of Osun State Broadcast Corporation (OSBC).

 

INFLUENCE OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING ON THE CONSUMERS PATRONAGE OF GOODS AND SERVICES IN…

 

ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BABY FORMULA TV ADVERTISING INFLUENCE ON THE BUYING HABITS OF NURSING MOTHERS IN UYO

ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE IN LAGOS METROPOLIS TOWARDS TRANSIT ADVERTISEMENT

 

ATTITUDE OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS STUDENTS TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING (A Study of Jumia, Konga And Olx)

 

ROLE OF ADVERTISING ON THE PRODUCTION LINE OF AN ORGANIZATION (A study of Cadbury Bournvita).

 

CHALLENGES OF CIRCULATION IN NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA  (A study of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper)

 

CHALLENGES OF CIRCULATION IN NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA  (A study of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper)

 

INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION COMMERCIALS ON THE PRODUCT PROMOTION OF INDOMIE INSTANT NOODLES (A Study of Children in Emene Community)

 

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

 

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

 

IMPACT AND CHALLENGES OF CIRCULATION IN NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA  (A study of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper)

 

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN NEWS PRODUCTION

 

THE EFFECT OF PRODUCT PACKAGING ON SALES VOLUMES OF A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A Study of Global Soaps and Detergent Industry Ilorin Kwara State)

 

SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON AUDIENCE PREFERENCE OF SIMILAR PRODUCT

 

IMPACT OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT ON PRODUCT PROMOTION, A Study Of 7up Bottling Company.

 

IMPACT AND CHALLENGES OF CIRCULATION IN NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA

 

INFLUENCE OF PRODUCT PACKAGING ON CONSUMER PATRONAGE OF INDOMINE NOODLES

 

INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN PROMOTING PRODUCT

 

IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING IN PROMOTING THE SALES OF MTN PRODUCTS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS

 

SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON AUDIENCE PREFERENCE OF SIMILAR PRODUCT (A case study of Cadbury and Nestle)

 

THE ROLE OF GATEKEEPING IN NEWS PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION

(A study of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper Letters to the Editors Column)

 

INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN PROMOTING PRODUCTS: APPRAISAL OF LUX SOAP ON PEDESTRIANS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

 

IMPACT OF TELEVISION ADVERTS ON CHILDREN (A study of Nestle products)

 

THE EFFECT OF PRODUCT PACKAGING ON SALES VOLUMES OF A BUSINESS ORGANIZATION (A Study of Global Soaps and Detergent Industry Ilorin Kwara State)

 

INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING ON CONSUMERS BUYING HABITS OF CIGARETTES IN NIGERIA (A study of Commercial Drivers in Onisha)

 

INFLUENCE OF PACKAGING ON CONSUMERS PURCHASE OF INDONMIE NOODLES

 

INFLUENCE OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING ON THE CONSUMERS PATRONAGE OF GOODS AND SERVICES

 

EFFECTIVENESS OF MUSIC IN INDOMIE NOODLES JINGLE AND COMMERCIAL

 

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ICT ON ONLINE ADVERTISING PRACTICE IN NIGERIA

(A Study of Glo Sim and Borrow Me Credit Service )

 

THE IMPACT OF WOMEN IN ADVERTISEMENT: APPRAISAL OF CONSUMERS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

 

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

 

ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BABY FORMULA TV ADVERTISING INFLUENCE ON THE BUYING HABITS OF NURSING MOTHERS IN UYO

 

INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND CHANGES IN   MASS MEDIA PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION: A Study of TVC Lagos

 

ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE IN LAGOS METROPOLIS TOWARDS TRANSIT ADVERTISEMENT

 

THE IMPACT OF WOMEN IN ADVERTISEMENT: APPRAISAL OF CONSUMERS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

 

INFLUENCE OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF LUX SOAP

TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT AND GUINNESS STOUT BUYING HABITS AMONG IKEJA RESIDENTS

 

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

 

THE EFFECT OF TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT AND ITS USES IN MOVIES ON YOUTH SMOKING HABIT (A study of Osun state Polytechnic Iree.)

 

THE EFFECT OF BILLBOARD ADVERTISEMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF LUX SOAP

 

TELEVISION CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT ON SMOOKING HABITS YOUTH IN NIGERIA (A study of Uniuyo Undergraduates)

 

AUDIENCE PERCEPTION ON LACASERA SOFT DRINK ADVERTISEMENT USING MADONA UNIVERSITY OKIJA, ANAMBRA STATE AS A CASE STUDY

 

THE ROLE OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT IN AN ORGANISATION NASCO FOODS NIGERIA LIMITED, JOS

 

IMPACT OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENT ON UNILEVER PLC, LAGOS

IMPACT OF PROOFREADING AND EDITING IN PRINT MEDIA: A study of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper

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The cost of not proof reading or proper gatekeeping ranges from the death of the print outfit, life of journalists, editor, publisher, jail term or fine. The research therefore, examined the impact of proofreading and editing in print media with a study of Nigerian Tribune. The paper is anchored on gatekeeping theory and libertarian media theory. Cross sectional survey research method was adopted while sample random sampling was used to select 100 respondents within Nigerian Tribune newspaper. Also, the data collection instrument is questionnaire which was administered face to face while the data collected was analyzed using descriptive statistics (frequency percentage and tables). From the finding, it is clear that gatekeeping determines the quality of the media output or messages. If the gatekeepers perform well, the integrity and reputation of the media will be sustained. It is also recommended that media outfit should employed qualified people that will be saddled with the role of opening and closing of information gate. Seminars and workshops should be continuous activities i.e training and retraining of staff is essential. Media library should be updated and upgraded all the time because media practitioners are expected to know everything about something and something about everything.

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INFLUENCE OF GATEKEEPING IN NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

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The cost of not proof reading or proper gatekeeping ranges from the death of the print outfit, life of journalists, editor, publisher, jail term or fine. The research thus influence of gatekeeping in newspaper production in Nigeria: A study of the Punch newspaper. The paper is anchored on gatekeeping theory and libertarian media theory. Cross sectional survey research method was adopted while simple random sampling was used to select 100 respondents within Nigerian Tribune newspaper. Also, the data collection instrument is questionnaire which was administered face to face while the data collected was analyzed using descriptive statistics (frequency percentage and tables). From the finding, it is clear that gatekeeping determines the quality of the media output or messages. If the gatekeepers perform well, the integrity and reputation of the media will be sustained. It is also recommended that media outfit should employed qualified people that will be saddled with the role of opening and closing of information gate. Seminars and workshops should be continuous activities i.e training and retraining of staff is essential. Media library should be updated and upgraded all the time because media practitioners are expected to know everything about something and something about everything.

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IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON MASS MEDIA PERFORMANCE

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The paper examines the contributions of the emerging technology and platforms such as the internet, teleprompter, GSM, Social media, streaming among other on the media production and distribution particularly in TV Continental (TVC) in consonance with Technological Determinism and Diffusion of Innovation Theories. Survey research method was adopted as a quantitative research method with questionnaire used to elicit data from the 150 respondents selected from TVC through simple random sampling technique while the data collected was analyzed using frequency and percentage method. Findings showed that news gathering and dissemination, photo editing, video editing, commercial jingles, cartoons and animations are some of the areas in which the ICTs have been felt in TVC and journalism generally. Also, the findings showed that modern communication technologies have made journalism practice more lively and interactive and more effective. It is recommended that media practitioners should not see Information and Communication Technology as evil but rather as a blessing to journalism while journalists and other staffs be train and retrain to meet up with the emerging technology and platforms.

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Audience Perception of Nigerian Tribune Newspaper’s Cartoons

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Ever since the first appearance of cartoon in newspaper, it has remained one of the most integral parts of newspaper. It plays different role depending on the type of cartoon and caption used. Cartoon, to many is an entertainment and funny graphics, whereas the power and freedom enjoy by cartoon which news, articles and editorial writers lack makes it possible for cartoonists to use cartoon to tell what reporters and feature writers are afraid of writing. The paper buttress its calm with the use of agenda setting theory. The researcher use survey method with questionnaire to elicits response from respondents within Nigerian Tribune, Ibadan who were hundred using a simple random sampling technique. The data collected were analysed using frequency and percentage tables. Findings show that majority of the respondents saw cartoons as message while many saw it as amusement. It is recommends that cartoonist should do away with cartoons that can generate tension and crisis such as the one published about Prophet Muhammad.

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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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