Salient Contemporary Issues in Broadcasting: Legislative/Regulatory Reforms in Nigeria

Salient Contemporary Issues in Broadcasting: Legislative/Regulatory Reforms in Nigeria highlight the urgent need for reform in Nigeria's broadcasting sector and proposes comprehensive solutions. The 1992...
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Conversation Between Industry Stakeholders on Issues in Broadcasting Legislative/Regulatory Frameworks

Communique Conversation Between Industry Stakeholders on Issues in Broadcasting Legislative/Regulatory Frameworks, held in Abuja, On Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3, 2023 Preamble A two-day meeting, under the...

Guidelines For Digital Rights and Saftey Best Practices

Digital technologies used in information and communication fields emerged as boosters of democracy. They came with the promise of democratising access to information, thereby...

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CENTRE FOR MEDIA AND SOCIETY Date: 14  October, 2022 JOB OPPORTUNITIES The Centre for Media and Society invites applications from interested persons to the following...

IMS Digital Rights and Information Integrity Threat Report in Nigeria 2022

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STAKEHOLDERS’ PRIORITIES IN THE AMENDMENT OF THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMMISSION (NBC) ACT.

The Nigerian government is actively involved in reforming the media sector, primarily through the amendment of broadcasting legislation. The Institute for Media and Society...
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Public Enlightenment Series No 6- Protection of Media Freedom and Expression in Broadcast Industry...

The protection of freedom of expression and media rights is crucial for the proper functioning of a broadcast media system, encompassing industry practices and...

Public Enlightenment Series No. 5- Accountability Mechanism in Regulation

Nigeria is currently undergoing media industry reform, with a particular focus on the broadcasting sector. The government has been actively making changes to regulatory...
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Public Enlightenment Series No. 4- Secure Funding For The Regulator in Charge Of Broadcasting

Funding is crucial for the operation and effectiveness of a regulatory body, as it is essential for its existence and functioning. Adequate and secure...

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May 2024 MEiN Report

The MEiN's analysis for May 2024 highlights a troubling trend of assaults on the media, with security agencies responsible for 37.5% of these attacks....
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IPC, CEMESO Host Experts Forum and Dialogue on Building Electoral Trust and Addressing Contemporary...

Lagos, Nigeria - June 24, 2024 The International Press Centre (IPC) and the Centre for Media and Society (CEMESO), will this week host concurrent events...

NBC/CEMESO Set Agenda for Community broadcasters on Civic Voter Education, Professionalism, and Sustainability

The Director-General of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), Mr. Charles Ebuebu, has called on community broadcasters, including Community Radio and Campus Radio Practitioners, to...

APRIL 2024 MEiN Report

in April 2024, MEiN's analysis revealed a worrying trend of attacks on the media. Non-state actors were the most frequent attackers, responsible for 43%...

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The Centre for Media and Society (CEMESO) invites applications from interested persons for available positions within our organization. CEMESO is an independent, non-governmental organization based...

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