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History of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation

Olu Ladele

History of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation

by Olu Ladele

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Published by Ibadan University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Olu Ladele, V. Olufemi Adefela, (and) Olu Lasekan.
    ContributionsAdefela, V Olufemi., Lasekan, Olu.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21893618M
    ISBN 109781210621

    But the broadcasting industry continues to be regulated and guided to date by a range of laws including the Wireless Telegraphy Act, the National Broadcasting Commission Decree and its Amendment, the Nigerian Television Authority Act, the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria Act, and the Voice of Nigeria Corporation Act and its amendment. History of Broadcasting in Nigeria Broadcasting in Nigeria began in when the British Colonial authorities introduced radio broadcasting. According to Udomisor ( p.1), the introduction of radio broadcasting in Nigeria was an experiment of the empire service of .

    Eminent Nigerians of the nineteenth century, a series of studies originally broadcast by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation. Author: Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation. Educational Broadcasting in Nigeria. Emeka Linus Eze Emekauwa. University of Wisconsin--Madison, - Educational broadcasting - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book Ikejiani improvement Ivory Coast John Tiffin Kaduna Lagos learning lessons Ministry of Education mission missionaries NAEB Journal Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation.

    He served as head of music at the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation for five years. He was a research scholar and artist in residence at IWALEWA House, the African studies center of the University of Bayreuth in Germany between and This was succeeded by Radio Nigeria which was established through Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation {NBC} incorporated and operates under Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation Ordinance of was subsequently divided along with 3 Regions we have in Nigeria then under the control of the concern Region and headquarter remain in Lagos.


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History of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation by Olu Ladele Download PDF EPUB FB2

Achebe grew up in the Igbo (Ibo) town of Ogidi, studying English and literature at University College (now the University of Ibadan), Achebe taught for a short time before joining the staff of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation in Lagos, where he served as director of external broadcasting in –In he cofounded a publishing company at Enugu with the poet Written: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ladele, Olu.

History of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation. Ibadan, Nigeria: Ibadan University. History. Founded inthe Voice of Nigeria began life as the External Service of the then Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (now Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria).Then Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa commissioned the service.

The nation's growing commitment informed the need to have an external channel through which authoritative information about the African situation could Country: Nigeria. History. The Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria was founded in by the British colonial government.

Named the Radio Diffusion Service (RDS), it allowed the public to hear the British Broadcasting Corporation's foreign radio service broadcasts in certain public locations over loudspeakers. In Aprilthe '''RDS''' became the Nigerian Broadcasting Service and introduced.

The Nigerian Broadcasting Commission is the broadcast regulator of the Federal Republic of Commission was set up on Aug by Decree 38 0f History of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation book amended as an Act of the National assembly by Act 55 of and now known as National Broadcasting Commission Laws of the FederationCAP N11 to among other responsibilities, regulate and control the broadcasting.

Chapter HISTORY OF MAGAZINE IN NIGERIA-Newswatch-The News-Tempo-Evening newspaper-P.M. News-Tell Magazine Chapter VERNACULAR NEWSPAPERS IN NIGERIA-Alaroye-Akede Agbaiye-Alaroye Kwara-Iriri Aye-Atoka Alaroye Chapter EMERGENCE OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA-Wireless Broadcasting-The Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC)Pages: Nigeria’s history of broadcasting dates from the 18 th century when “Iwe Iroyin fun Awon Egba ati Yoruba’’ was introduced in the former Southern Protectorate of the country.

Basically, broadcasting is a formal means of sending out information to a massive audience and for this objective to be achieved, media platforms – such as newspapers, radio and TV stations –are always required.

Radio Nigeria was established by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) under the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation Ordinance in The monopoly held by the NBC was broken shortly after in May when the then Western Region’s Western Nigeria Broadcasting Corporation (WNBC) began its commercial radio broadcasts.

Brief History of Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) WNTV began broadcasting on 31 October under the name Western Nigerian Government Broadcasting Corporation (WNTV) with Olapade Obisesan as its first Chairman. The TV station was based in Ibadan and was the first television station in Tropical Africa.

Discover the best Nigeria History in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Radio Broadcasting was introduced to Nigeria by the British inwhen BBC signals were relayed to receivers through the rediffusion system. Inthe Nigerian Broadcasting Service (NBS) was.

Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation and NBC: the successor to NBS, NBC is the radio broadcasting organization that began in and is presently in existence in Nigeria. Nigerian Broadcasting Service and NBS: a broadcast-ing system that began in and ceased in 8.

Nigerianization: a process whereby operational andAuthor: Jonathan Adegoke Adejunmobi. Nigeria: Education, History, Language, & Culture. Chinua Achebe, British Broadcasting Corporation World News Service on Radio in Hausa (and Links to BBC News in English) (wooden sculptures), plus helpful texts on Nigerian history and woodcarving.

Nigeria International Book Fair, 16th Edition, May, UNILAG. Any attempt to write a history book on africa's largest country is always going to be a major undertaken. In the history of Nigeria, Toyin Falola serves us a general sweep of nigeria's storied history beginning from the precolonial times right up to the dawn of the new millenium just as the country was making its second experiment with by: Description: This compassionate book describes the making of enemies in our personal, social, and national lives.

It goes on to outline a nonviolent approach to resolving enmity wherever it arises. It taps the rich resources of Jesus' two-thousand-year-old formula, Love. Systematically, Osita Nweke traces the history of broadcasting in Nigeria dating back to when the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) listening post in Lagos was transformed into what was.

The National Broadcasting Corporation (popularly referred to by its acronym NBC) is the regulatory body governing the Nigerian broadcasting industry. A parastatal of the Federal Government of Nigeria, its duties include, monitoring licensees’ broadcast content; implementing compliance with the Code's provisions; conducting research in the industry to generate reliable data for.

Read more about this on Questia. Nigeria (nījĬr´ēə), officially Federal Republic of Nigeria, republic ( est. pop. ,),sq mi (, sq km), W borders on the Gulf of Guinea (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean) in the south, on Benin in the west, on Niger in the northwest and north, on Chad in the northeast, and on Cameroon in the east.

The Nigerian television authority, proudly the first television station in Africa, started operation formally in as a body owned by the Nigerian government. The station, whose major responsibility is broadcasting in the country, is believed to be the largest TV network in the whole of Africa with its stations widely spread across states in.

A number of issues relating to professionalism in the Nigerian broadcasting industry have been raised, while some argued that professionalism is far from the Nigerian broadcasting industry, others believed that there are professionals in the industry.

A number of factors go into the making of a professional. Upon returning to Nigeria, Achebe rose rapidly within the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation. As founder and director of the Voice of Nigeria inAchebe and his colleagues aimed at developing more national identity and unity through radio programs that highlighted Nigerian affairs and culture.The book compiles the life and times of many Nigerian politicians of the First Republic like Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Chief SLA Akintola, their spouses, life travails and imperishable contributions to South West politics, economy and political values, revealing hardly known details about their governance of the Western Region which the writer said are products of deep : Pmnews.

See Below The History Of Nigeria Mass Media The Nigerian mass media started out with the publication of Iwe Iroyin; that was in It was published by Rev. Henry Townsend, who was a Briton.

It was learnt that the Nigerian newspapers that were available then contributed greatly to the achievement of Nigeria’s independence from [ ].