Reports & Publications
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A “Captured” Media in an Insecure Nation
A Professor at the Institute of African Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, Dr. Nduka Otiono, has declared that the media cannot be caged or arrested. He stated this while delivering the keynote speech at the maiden edition of the Jacksonites Professional Development Series, organized by the alumni association of the Mass Communication Department of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
Crisis Survival in Today's Viral World
Delivering the lecture titled: “Crisis Survival in Today’s Viral World: The Communications Conundrum,” The President, Delreeve Konsult Limited and the former Director and Global Head of Communications and Events Management at Afreximbank Obi Emekekwue, who graduated from the Department in 1982, explained that during crisis situations, crisis communication should come from every party impacted by the incident base on their own role.
Fundraising Campaigns for Higher Institution in Nigeria
Donors and partner agencies for Nigerian higher institutions abound; unfortunately, many schools and researchers fail to attract these funds due to ineffective fundraiser campaigns. In this 3rd edition of Jacksonites Professional Development Series Seminar, you will learn from experts who have attracted millions for their institutions.
Better Media Enterprise Management and Performance
The fourth edition of the Jacksonites Professional Development Series (JPDS) seminar tagged, Better Media Enterprise Management and Performance had as the keynote speaker, Dr Isah Emmanel Mommoh, who was the former Chief Operating Officer of Minaj TV and pioneer Head of Department, Mass Communication and Media Enterprise Department, Pan Atlantic University, Lagos. Meyor Ikoroha, a Management and Media/Public Relations Consultant based in Delta state, moderated the event.