THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PRIVATE TELEVISION BROADCAST MEDIA (A CASE STUDY OF GALAXY TELEVISION CHANNEL 53, UHF OKE-ARE IBADAN)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement

CHAPTER ONE
 1.1 Introduction.
I .2       Emergence of television Broadcasting in Nigeria.
I .3       Objective of the study
I .4       Significance of the study
1.5       Statement of problem
1.6       Research question/ hypothesis.
I .7       Scope of the study.
1.8       Limitations of the study.
I. 9       Definition of operational terms.
1.10     Brief history of Galaxy Television channel 53.

CHAPTER TWO
2.1       Literature Review.
2.2       Method of Application and term for issuance of television broadcasting licences.

CHAPTER THREE
3.0       Research methodology.
3.1       Population of the study.
3.2       Selection of sample
3.3       Data collection instrument.
3.4       Procedure for data collection.
3.5       level of significance.
3.6       Limitation of the methodology.

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0       Demographic data.
4.1       Testing the validity of the research question.
4.2       Result of the finding.
4.3       Problem and prospect of television broadcasting.
4.4       Problem solving reform.

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0       Conclusion
5.1       Recommendation
Bibliography

CHAPTER THREE
3.0 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1 Population of the Study
3.2 Selection of Sample.
3.3 Data collection instrument
3.4 Procedure for data collection
3.5 Level of significant
3.6 Limitation of the methodology
           
CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 Demographic data
4.1 Testing the validity of the research question
4.2 Result of the finding
4.3 Problem and prospect of television broadcasting
4.4 Problem solving reform

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 Conclusion
5.1 Recommendation
Bibliography





CHAPTER ONE
1.1 INTRODUCTION
            In Nigeria, it has been discovered that broadcasting is going through sporadic changes one of such changes is the establishment of private electronic media ownership. This however, has brought about more public participation in the broadcasting activities, creativities, competition and national interest.
            The federal military government issued decree No 38 which established the national broadcasting commission NBC on the 24 of August 1992 which was fifty years after the advent of broadcasting in Nigeria. This piece of legislation deregulated the ownership of Radio and Television stations.
            The problem and prospects of private television stations using Galaxy television as a case study, is a research topic chosen to give the exact picture of the operation of private television station which particular reference to Galaxy Television.
            This will definitely help to make helpful recommendation to different operations of television broadcasting and how to avoid pitfall of private own television stations.
            Private television stations serves as alternative to Government owned television stations and the former is the most effective means of passing information to the general public because it tends to check the excesses of our government.

1.2 EMERGENCE OF I l-I.EVISION BROADCASTING IN NIGERIA
            The broadcasting media in Nigeria have come a long way and have gone through a lot of changes, in an attempt to keep pace with intricacies of ever changing society.
            The real beginning of broadcasting in Nigeria was in 1932, as Empire Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Lagos was chosen as one of the centers around the world, to receive and transmit British Empire Service Signal from Daventary England. Then the Lagos station began to experiment with rediffusion service, under the supervisor of engineers and technicians at the post and telegraphs department, who were also mandated to major population Centre across the country. Thus system of BBC, was replicated in mainly English speaking countries across the globe........


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