FACTORS AFFECTING THE QUALITY OF ‘FAMILY FORUM’- A RADIO PROGRAMME OF ANAMBRA BROADCASTING SERVICE, AWKA

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Dedication
Acknowledgements
Table of contents
Abstract
CHAPTER ONE
Introduction        
1.1     Background of the study
1.2    Statement of the research problems
1.3    Objectives of the study
1.4    Significance of the study
1.5    Research Questions
1.6    Research Hypotheses
1.7    Conceptual and Operational Definition of Terms
1.8    Assumptions of the study
1.9    Limitation of the study        
          References        
CHAPTER TWO
REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
2.1    Sources of literature
2.2    Review of relevant literature
2.2.1 Definition and meaning of Broadcasting
2.2.2 Characteristics of Broadcasting
2.2.3           Kinds of Broadcasting
2.2.4            Roles of Broadcasting
2.2.5 Factors affecting he quality of Broadcasting
2.3     Theoretical Framework
2.4    Summary of literature
          References        
CHAPTER THREE
METHODOLOGY

3.1    Research Design
3.2    Area of study
3.3.   Population of the study
3.4    Research sample and  sampling Technique
3.5    Instruments for data collection
3.6    Validity of the Instrument
3,7    Method of Data Collection
3.8    Method of Data Analysis
          References
CHAPTER FOUR
PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA  
4.1         Data presentation and Analysis
4.2         Hypotheses Testing
4.3         Discussion on Findings
Reference
CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY
5.1         Summary
5.2         Conclusion
5.3         Recommendations
            Bibliography
Appendixes

ABSTRACT

This research is on “Factors Affecting the Quality of Family Forum-A Programme of Anambra Broadcasting Service, Awka”. The desire for this study was informed of the need for better family planning and moral upbringing of the children, now difficulties are abound and mortality is steadily in the decline. Therefore, the researcher decided to evaluate this ABS radio programme to find out its contributions towards solving the identified social problem. To execute the job, survey research design was used since the study was to solicit people’s opinion of the performance of this radio programme. Questionnaire copies were prepared and distributed to the sample population (respondents) and data generated showed a lot of things. Among the findings was that language used in presenting the programme has hindered better understanding of the intention of the programme by the audience. So, for effective understandable message delivery, the researcher made a lot of suggestions which include use of indigenous language in the presentation of the programme.


CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND OF STUDY
“The lesson to be learned is that the future belongs to the station to the extent that the station that produces and controls programming well will be successful”. Fepper (1995).
Programming as the bedrock and mainstay of broadcasting involves a long-term calculated planned policy expressed in predetermined executable action, which if appropriately implemented and executed as individual programme operations, wins maximum success for station. Dunu (2002). Furthermore...

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