THE IMPACT OF AUDIENCE TOWARDS YORUBA NEWS PRESENTATION ON TELEVISION (A CASE STUDY OF BROADCASTING CORPORATION OF OYO STATE {BCOS} )


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ABSTRACT
The project work centered on attitudes of audience towards Yoruba news presentation on television in selected areas in Ibadan. In the study the researcher first, identified possible ways through which standard Yoruba language can be portrayed to the public.
In the first chapter the project pin points the introduction of Yoruba language, the background of the study, the statement of the problem of the study, the purpose of the limitations of the study, aims and significance of the study e.t.c.
More so, chapter two of this study covers the review of related literature on the use of Yoruba language on television stations. In addition Methodology and design, where questionnaire and data collect are equally analyzed and correlated with findings.
In the end, it was found that standard Yoruba language on television programmes actually had impact on viewers and so it is capable of positively changing the audience.


TABLE OF CONTENT
TITLE PAGES--------------------------------------------
CERTIFICATION---------------------------------------
DEDICATION-------------------------------------------
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT-------------------------------
ABSTRACT-----------------------------------------------
TABLE OF CONTENT----------------------------------
PROPOSAL----------------------------------------------

CHAPTER ONE
1.1   INTRODUCTION---------------------------------------
1.2   BACKGROUND OF STUDY---------------------------
1.3   STATEMENT OF PROBLEM--------------------------
1.4   SCOPE OF STUDY--------------------------------------
1.5   PURPOSE OF THE STUDY-----------------------------
1.6   SIFNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY-----------------------
1.7   RESEARCH QUESTION--------------------------------

CHAPTER TWO
2.0   LITERATURE REVIEW----------------------------------
2.1   BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA-------------------------
2.2     HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTOF TELEVISION
          PROGRAMMES IN NIGERIA------------------------------
2.3   PROBLEM OF NATIONAL BROADCASTING
SYSTEMS IN NIGERIA---------------------------
2.4   EFFECT OF YORUBA NEWS PRESENTATION-------
2.5   AUDIENCE ATTITUDE----------------------------------
2.6   HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF TELEVISION------

CHAPTER THREE
3.1   INTRODUCTION-------------------------------------------
3.2   STUDY AREA------------------------------------------------
3.3   POPULATION-----------------------------------------------
3.4   SAMPLING TECHNIQUES--------------------------------
3.5   SAMPLE------------------------------------------------------
3.6   RESEARCH INSTRUMENT--------------------------------
3.7   DATA ANALYSIS METHOD-----------------------

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1   PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA-----------
4.2   SELECTED CHARACTERRISTICS OF
THE RESPONDENTS----------------------------------------

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION-
APPENDIX-----------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE----------------------------------------------------
 
CHAPTER ONE
1.1            INTRODUCTION
Television and radio are the electronic vehicles that transport million of persons each day to far away laces. They are the present day technological revolution that has been transforming much of the worlds for the past two centuries and their impact on our social, political and cultural life has been profound. The media also have tremendous impact on world civilization. Broadcasting started in Nigeria with the inception of wired broadcasting known as radio distribution service or reinfusion, developed in Great Britain by the British broadcasting corporation (BBC ).
Broadcasting came to Nigeria in pursuit of its colonial interest, Britain found if convenient to set-up an experimental radio receiving station in Lagos. This was done in December 1932 to pick up short wave transmissions of the British broadcasting corporation empire service in 1974. Three years later the receiving station became a radio distribution station that is, a reinfusion centre extending beyond Lagos to London and Kaduna respectively, such that broadcasting wired service was taken gradually to other population centers.
Broadcasting came to Nigeria in 1949. Interestingly, Nigerian broadcasting service was inaugurated in 1957, accordingly, under the statutory corporation act (NBC NO 39 OF 1957) having fully achieved an independent status as a district government development. Broadcasting is defined as primarily, a medium for prompt delivery of information through carefully designed and selected programmes such as, cover news, music, drama and information. It is essential to inform and entertain and educate to protect culture, break down barriers and reduce the world to a global village.
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