PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF GOVERNMENT OWNED BROADCASTING MEDIA IN NIGERIA


PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF GOVERNMENT OWNED BROADCASTING MEDIA IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT

This study is titled problems and prospects of government owned broadcasting media in Nigeria. For the purpose of this study, total questionnaires of Four Hundred (400) were distributed and were returned. The research work is made of five chapters. Chapter one deals with introductions, which discusses the purpose of the study, statement of the problem and objectives of the study. Chapter two focuses on the literature review and which present the theoretical review on the project topic. Chapter three also deals with research methodology, research design, characteristics of the study population, sample size, data collection instrument and data analysis procedure. Chapter four based on analysis, demography of respondents, responses of respondent and analysis. Chapter five, which is the concluding chapter, will be summary of findings, recommendation and conclusion.

attention to the message being disseminated. Indeed, it is generally accepted that people live in a modern world of communication where one cannot exist without sharing ideas and information for the benefit of the society, be it traditional motion or modern. The current trends of social and political awareness throughout the globe and especially in Nigeria; the radio has become a vital instrument conveying the elements for reconstruction. For instance, during the struggle for Nigeria’s independence, the mass media especially, that of radio was the organ through which the nationalist dreams and
aspirations were actualized. This is apparent to the fact that, Nigeria did not achieve independence through the barrels of the gun compared to most African countries viz

 

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