MEDIA REPORTING, VOTING BEHAVIOUR AND LEADERSHIP ASCENDANCY DURING 2011 AND 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT It is globally accepted that media reporting, to a great extent, influences voters perception of given candidates for public office. The adoption of propaganda in electioneering campaigns including use of hate speeches could make or mar the chances of presidential candidates at leadership ascendancy. Inspite of existing laws regulating reporting of political events, there […]

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MANAGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT MEDIA HOUSES (A STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN TELEVISION AUTHORITY ENUGU AND FEDERAL RADIO CORPORATION OF NIGERIA ENUGU)

ABSTRACT                     This study focused on the organization of government media houses with a view to finding the major problems militating against their performing efficiently using NTA and FRCN Enugu as case studies. It was hoped that when these problems are detected and located, solutions will easy to proffer. The researcher carried out a […]

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