Nigerian Press Council, code of ethics, journalism, fake jurnalists

Fake journalists giving journalism a bad name ― Nigerian Press Council

To tackle the pervasiveness of fake news and fake journalists, the Nigerian Press Council (NPC) has tasked journalists and media owners on ethical best practices and enhanced professionalism. Lamenting that fake journalists were giving journalism […]

training on trafficking and modern day slavery

​J​ournalists ​trained ​on reporting human trafficking​, modern-day ​slavery

A group of 17 journalists from Port Harcourt, the capital city of Rivers State, Nigeria, have benefited from the step-down training from one of the participants of the Thomson Reuters Foundation training on Reporting Human […]

vacancy, content creator, social media manager, videographer, Thecable, business, internship, young graduates, media

VACANCY: Business Editor, finance, energy correspondents needed at TheCable

DEADLINE: MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2020. TheCable, Nigeria’s independent online newspaper, is hiring young, highly skilled and well-motivated team players who are keen on having challenging and rewarding careers. The newspaper is based in Lagos. BUSINESS […]

Africa Media

Three journalists, others honoured by Africa Media Development Foundation

Africa Media Development Foundation (AMDF) has honoured three journalists, a media veteran and Pathfinder International at the 3rd AMDF Journalist of the Year presentation. The even held at the just concluded Africa Conference on Development […]

Professor Lai Oso, Hate Speech Bill

Why Nigerian media is afraid about Hate Speech Bill ― Lai Oso 

Professor Lai Oso is one of Nigeria’s most widely published communication researchers. A former Dean, School of Communication, Lagos State University, LASU, he is the national president of the Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals […]