I-79 Media Consults, OPINION ARTICLES

In today’s world, the Nigerian media is plagued with different issues that influence its operations and development, particularly, in the ever-changing world of technological advancements.

I-79 Media is pleased to inform you that we are accepting opinion pieces and articles from journalists, freelancers, media scholars, students and enthusiasts about issues relating to the operation and development of the media and journalism space in the country.

Articles are expected to be objective and fact-based opinions that characterise the peculiarities of the first, the Nigerian media space and the rest of the continent and the world.

Kindly send all articles to, accompanied by full names and contact details of the writers/contributors.




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