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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05Sep/23

AFYMP organizes mentoring session for all its 2023 Fellows

Continuous development is a virtue any professional who wants to remain relevant must embrace.  As part of the fellowship requirement for all the 2023 fellows, Africa Foundation for Young Media Professionals  organized

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23Jul/23

Innovate or Die, Media entrepreneurs warned

Media business in the age of technology is becoming volatile. Media revenues had been diverted to technology-driven platforms and companies. Couple with these challenges is the public interest angle of the media.

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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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07Jan/19
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The business of transforming Africa’s media landscape

The business of transforming  Africa’s media landscape will be a long walk to freedom. But the truth is  once the mind is made up, the impossible becomes possible. The future we see

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22Nov/18
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World Television Day 2018: The Nigerian Story

Every 21st November had been declared as World Television day by the United Nations.  This year’s celebration is no difference. The essence is to give adequate recognition to the increasing role of

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