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...

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...

Memorandum on the Broadcasting Regulatory Framework in Nigeria

A strong and effective regulatory framework is crucial for the proper functioning of the broadcast media in Nigeria's democratic and electoral processes. The aim...
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Public Enlightenment Series No. 3- Vesting The Broadcast Industry Regulator With Full Powers Nigeria

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) is the regulatory body responsible for broadcasting in Nigeria. It was established under the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) Act...
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Public Enlightenment Series No 2- Secure Leadership an Essential for Broadcast Regulators Effectiveness

The media sector reform in Nigeria is progressing, with the government actively working to modify various aspects of the media landscape. One area of...

Broadcast Media Coverage of 2019 Edition – Oct-Dec 2018

In 2018, the Institute for Media and Society (IMS) established a Media Monitoring activity as part of the European Union Support to Democratic Governance...

Conducting Media Audience Research

The publication "Audience Research Methods for Campus Radio Stations" was released ten years ago, and since then, valuable lessons have been learned about the...
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Newspapers and Magazines in Nigeria

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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%...

JOB VACANCIES

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...

World Press Freedom Day 2024: Outcome Document from Commemoration Activity

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