Opinion

Media Analysis as Peace Building, By Tunde Akanni

Introduction The idea of content analysis is well steeped in media studies and adjudged to be particularly rewarding when working with data from media and related sources. On account of the duality of its functionality manifesting in both quantitative and qualitative approaches as deployed here, it often avails researchers the…
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How Foreign Aid Fuels African Media’s Payola Problem, By Prue Clarke

NEW YORK – At a recent press conference, a small group of Liberian journalists made a courageous admission: they confessed they were all “on the take.” To supplement salaries as low as $40 a month, the journalists said they often rely on payments from the very people they write about.…
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What Facebook Instant Articles mean for Nigerian media organizations, By Funmilayo Ajala

The digital space of media organisations in Nigeria has been a great challenge. Media houses still depend on adverts to run their papers, which makes them very sceptical about moving online as the strategy and formula to survive fully online has not yet been devised. The people of the fourth…
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