Archive for November, 2011

Raising Standards Through Media Awards

Raising Standards Through Media Awards

Media awards for journalists have become a ritual on both the local and international scene, with laurels being given annually to winners in the print and electronic media. As the 2011 edition of the Nigerian Media Merit Award looms, Raheem Akingbolu writes on how the exercise has helped in sustaining standards in the industry In […]

NIPR and the Growth of Public Relations in Nigeria

NIPR and the Growth of Public Relations in Nigeria

The Lagos chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) recently held the second edition of the Golden Eagle Award, through which it rated some outstanding agencies and professionals. Raheem Akingbolu takes a cursory look at the industry, especially the role being played by the Institute Public relations practice has come a long way […]

Rage as Nigerians fuel protests on social media

Rage as Nigerians fuel protests on social media

Following the use of social networks in the ongoing protests for restoration of fuel subsidy, EVEREST AMAEFULE reports that the Internet has transformed and sustained the quest for social change in the country When a young Tunisian, Mohammed Bouaziz, burnt himself on December 10, 2010 as a result of economic hardship, little did he know […]

NIPR and the Growth of Public Relations in Nigeria

NIPR and the Growth of Public Relations in Nigeria

The Lagos chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) recently held the second edition of the Golden Eagle Award, through which it rated some outstanding agencies and professionals. Raheem Akingbolu takes a cursory look at the industry, especially the role being played by the Institute Public relations practice has come a long way […]