Monthly Archives: March 2011

H.E LAUNCHES ITS REBRANDED TRAINING FACILITY

The Human Edge learning center, located at 10/12 Adenubi close off Toyin Street, Ikeja Lagos is now available to interested training facilitators and meeting organizers. The Center is sited in a serene environment to avoid distractions and disturbances with a … Continue reading

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IVY COLLEGE STUDENTS RESCUED FROM BURNING HOSTEL

An early morning fire on Tuesday, March 15 2011, razed the store house of The Ivy College’s boy’s hostel, at 4, Owodunni Street, Off Toyin Street Ikeja Lagos, destroying materials kept in the store like bed, chairs and files. It … Continue reading

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ONGOING CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSED – MAN SAVED AFTER 24 HOURS

ONGOING CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSED – MAN SAVED AFTER 24 HOURS A five-storey building under construction in Ikeja, Lagos state collapsed on Sunday at around 4pm. The building, which collapsed around 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, trapped eight workers in which seven people … Continue reading

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HOW APPROPRIATE ARE THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM IN NIGERIA?

HOW APPROPRIATE ARE THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM IN NIGERIA? Firstly, there is a need to highlight the code of ethics of Journalism in Nigeria.  The Code of ethics is a collective effort of Nigerian journalists represented by the Nigeria Press … Continue reading

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EXAMINING MEDIA CONVERGENCE: THE NIGERIAN CONTEXT

CONVERGENCE Convergence is a very polysemous (several meanings for a word) concept that has been used to describe various trends in journalism that have something in common: the blurring of the limits between different media, professional skills and roles strategies … Continue reading

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