15Apr/24

AFYMP kick-starts 3 media fellowships’ call for applications

Africa Foundation for Young Media Professionals(AFYMP) has commenced its call for application for its yearly fellowships which usually run for between 4-6 months. Unlike previous years, only three are open now (Media

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18Mar/24

Prioritise Professionalism- LASUSTECH ACJ charged

Lagos state University of Science and Technology Association of Campus Journalists had been charged to prioritise professionalism over commercialism. While Journalism business must be sustainable in this period, over commercialization of news

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06Mar/24

AFYMP organizes Disability and Inclusion Reporting for Journalists

Media continues to be a vital force in shaping the direction the society will go. If the media does not play its roles as a catalyst for progress, change the nation and

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26Feb/24

Report for impact training for OOU Campus Mirror journalists

There are no significant changes except there is a deliberate and intention investment in such desire. Every object remains in its static form until a higher force is applied is a popular

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10Feb/24

Infusing your opinions, biases in a story is unethical- Yinka Olaito charged ACJ, EKSU member

A journalist must be professional enough with the ability to remove his/her biases and opinions from the story no matter the level of their personal pain. Journalism demands objectivism and neutrality. Whenever

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01Feb/24

Journalists’ safety knowledge is crucial- Afymp tells OAU, ACJ members   

It is no lie that journalists, broadcasters at any level are catalysts of information and conversation building. This conversation enhances democracy and the wellbeing of the society at large. For next generation

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