18May/24

AFYMP commences Campus Journalism Fellowship 2024

Africa Foundation for Young Media Professionals(AFYMP) has commenced Campus Journalism fellowship 2024 project. The campus journalism fellowship this year selected about 19 African Campus journalists, broadcasters who are majorly next generation or

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14Dec/23

AFYMP Impact stories- 2023

This year, 2023 has been a good one for us as we celebrate milestones some of our project beneficiaries had achieved AFYMP in 2023 ran 3 workshops in Zimbabwe with a total

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12Nov/23

Call for Application: Africa Change narrative storytellers’ fellowship

African Change Narrative Storytellers’ Fellowship Africa is not only about wars, famine and disease. There are great things happening across Africa which are under reported: Life is full of its ‘huuhs and

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13Oct/23

Media students, Journalism is evolving, so should you.

On a recent casual visit to a university that offers Mass Communication somewhere in Nigeria, we could not but leave the institution with a mixed feeling. The feelings were a bit of

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11Aug/23

Can media facilitate inclusion in a diverse society like Nigeria?

Media function has grown more imperatively than ever in the world of today, which is evolving at a rapid pace. The media has the ability to influence public opinion, dispel misconceptions and

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16Jul/23

Journalists should not leave anyone behind

Journalists, broadcasters are the eyes through which society sees. When the eyes are partially blurred, the whole body will suffer untold calamity. Inclusive society requires carrying everyone along. Media must continuously raise

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19Mar/23

Zimbabwe media Immersion (3), Cyber security and Online reputation are real, be wise -experts warned.

We live in a changing world, what we do today, intentional or unintended may hunt us tomorrow. This is equally so whether you are a pro or amateur in the trade. With

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05Aug/21

Media Industry: relevance of positive illusion to technology adaptation

The study of positive Illusion (PI) has its deep root in psychology. Its, PI’s influence, though majorly focused on individuals has implications for every industry. This is especially so for the media

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05Nov/18
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How to change Nigeria, Africa’s media narratives: challenges

Africa’s media landscape has come of age. Given where it all began, we cannot but say there have been a couple of improvements when compared to what obtains today. The only challenge

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