FIFA on Wednesday decided to ask national broadcasters and its own television production team to start showing fewer images of attractive women in World Cup stadiums on future broadcasts. FIFA diversity chief, Federico Addiechi, said the subject came up on Wednesday in a review of FIFA’s anti-discrimination programme in Russia, reports USA Today. Monitors identified sexist […]
Ecuador’s congress on Tuesday named a 35-year-old radio broadcaster and economist as the country’s new vice president, a week after his predecessor resigned amid an investigation into payments she received as a legislator years ago. Otto Sonnenholzner became the third person
Veteran actor Sadiq Daba has been honoured as “Garkuwan Nollywood,” Hausa translation for “Shield of Nollywood,” by stakeholders in the motion picture industry. The actor and former broadcaster received the honour at the 2018 Nollywood New Yam Festival Awards held on Thursday night in Abuja. Daba, who many in the industry look up to as
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday 5th December 2018, felicitated with veteran broadcaster, columnist and media consultant, Chief Timawus Mathias, as he turns 70. President Buhari hailed the media personality in a statement issued through his Special Adviser on Media & Publicity Femi Adesina in Abuja. The President joined the media world in celebrating veteran journalist
The International Committee of All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, and The African Union Commission, AUC, have announced the programme for the biggest music event in Africa, the 5th AFRIMA-Ghana 2018 holding in Accra, Ghana in November. The event will begin from Wednesday, November 21 and end Saturday, November 24 under the theme ‘Africa is Gold’.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, will on Oct. 8 at NTA Star times, feature in the inaugural broadcast of a national patriotism programme, `HIYA Nigeria’, aimed at educating Nigerians using local languages and Pidgin English. HIYA Nigeria is an acronym for H-Hausa, Igbo-I, Y-Yoruba and A-All Nigerian language. HIYA Nigeria Project Convener, Oluwadamilola Oni, who briefed