A ‘Captured’ Media in an Insecure Nation: DEMOCRACY AND FREE SPEECH ON TRIAL?

Media Management has been evolving with the advent of new media technology, from printing press to radio, TV to internet. Many profitable and influential media organizations fizzled out due to their inability to adapt their management to the reality of changing media. In this seminar, you will learn how to build a more profitable media enterprise

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Our Resource Person

Meet our team of handpicked resourceful seminar facilitators and moderators

Dr Isah E. Momoh

our facilitator

Dr Isah E. Momoh, (J77), is the current dean of Institute of Management, at the Ed-John Institute of Management and Technology, a new and innovative private Polytechnic in Isiwo, Ikorodu, in the Lagos area of Nigeria, where he supervises the Departments of Business Administration and Mass Communication. A professional mass communicator who prides himself as a media economist, Isah Momoh, after his first degree from Jackson, took an MBA from the University of Lagos, and a PhD in Business Administration from California before returning to an MSc. and PhD in Mass Communication from the University of Lagos from 2006 and 2020. Aside from his role as the poisoner Head of Department, of Mass Communication Department, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos, he was pioneer Editor, NTA Network News, National Assembly and Political Editor, New Nigerian Newspapers, Chief Economist of The Nigerian Guardian, Economist of the Editorial board of the Post Express Newspaper, General Manager, Kogi Newspaper Corporation, COO, Minaj TV Network.

Mayor Ikoroha


Mayor Ikoroha attended the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he was awarded B.A. (Hons) in Mass Communication. He also holds a Master’s Degree (M.Sc) in Mass Communication from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Mr. Ikoroha worked briefly with Hallmark Newspapers Lagos as Deputy Political Editor in 2001, Schlumberger Oilfield Services, Port Harcourt in 2002 as Communications Assistant and Jifeson Books Limited, Lagos as Literary Consultant in 2003. He later joined the banking industry, worked in many banks for 14 years and was at a time Imo State Regional Manager of Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. A creative writer, satirist, freelance journalist, political analyst and social commentator, Mr. Ikoroha is a regular contributor to many online publications in Nigeria and abroad. He is the author of The End of Happiness, a collection of short stories that is available on Amazon.com. Mr. Ikoroha is the editor in-chief of Regina Magazine, a quarterly celebrity publication that is accessed through www.reginadanielsmagazine.com.