ASSESSING THE OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS OF PRIVATE BROADCASTING MEDIA IN NIGERIA [CASE STUDY OF VISION AFRICA 104.1FM AND FAMILY LOVE 103.9FM] UMUAHIA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ABIA STATE

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ABSTRACT

The topic of this research work, assessing the operational problems of private broadcasting media in Nigeria is self emphatic and the research focus on the private broadcasting media of Umuahia North, Abia State Nigeria. Private broadcasting media depends to a large extent on the government and the private media owners reason that the government who deregulated broadcasting media  and set up (NBC) in decree 38 of 1992 who are in-charge of the private broadcasting media licensing renewal, and revocation should endavour to see that it thrives well also the private media owners should make efforts to see they avoid any form of operational problem. So in order for there to be progressive operation in private broadcasting media there is need to identify and curb various operational problems militating against private broadcasting media organizations in the country. 


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Table of content
Abstract
CHAPTER ONE
1.0   Introduction
1.1      Background of the study
1.2      Statement of problems
1.3      Objective of the study
1.4      Significant of the study
1.5      Research questions
1.6      Limitation of the  study
1.7      Scope of the Study
1.8      Definition of Terms
CHAPTER  TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1   Literature Review
2.2   Trends in Newspaper Coverage of Sports in Nigeria
2.3   An overview of Nigeria Sports
2.4   Problems of Nigerian Sports
2.5   Roles of the Press in Tackling the Problem
2.6   Theoretical Framework
2.7   Summary of literature review
CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOOGY
Introduction
3.1      Research design and Method of study
3.2            Population of the study
3.3            Design of the study
3.4            Sampling techniques
3.5            Instrument for Data collection
3.6            Validation and reliability of Data Source
3.7            Method of Data analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
Data Presentation, Analysis and discussion
4.1   Data presentation and analysis
4.2   Discussion of findings
CHAPTER FIVE
Summary, conclusion and Recommendations
5.1      Summary of findings
5.2            Conclusion
5.3            Recommendations
5.4            Area of further study
References 


CHAPTER ONE

1.0                                   INTRODUCTION

1.1   Background of the Study

        Broadcasting is a global phenomenon. As an essential aspect of any nation’s social and cultural life, its significance cannot be over emphasized. Combining audio, vision and motion the broadcast media effectiveness in communicating information with speed and accuracy to heterogeneous audience has been proven over the years. However, in Nigeria for several decades following the inception  of broadcasting in 1957 (Obazele, 1996), the industry led a sheltered life shielded from the winds, the free market forces as successive regimes ensured that the sector remained an exclusive monopoly of the central government. Even the 1979 constitutional provision for the establishment of private electronic media could not change the trend.
        Heralding the emergence of private broadcasting in Nigeria, to be or not to be generated diverse opinions. Some is of the thought that the best way to use the broadcast media as a facilitator of development is to have them owned and controlled by the government, others opined that the best result will be achieved by the private sector.
        Against the background of the Nigeria public yearning for a greater variety in programming as well as alternative sources of information to the mainstream government controlled stations, the federal government during Babangida’s regime promulgated decree N0. 38 which liberalized the industry and also established the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC). This decree (38) of August 24 (1992) empowered the NBC to regulate the entire broadcast industry, both public and private.
        This singular act by the Babangida’s military presidency eclipsed the over 50 years of sole government domination of the sector in Nigeria. The NBC’s major responsibilities are, insurance, renewal and revocation of licenses as well as setting and enforcement of standard in context and quality of programmes on Radio and Television etc.
        As excepted the NBC has recorded some achievements, some of the first set of private broadcasting organization whose presidential approval secured by the NBC, had already begun full operation. These includes clapper board television..... 


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