A new book, ‘Media Practice and Security Challenges in South-East Nigeria’ authored by Dr. Uche Nworah, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) has been published.
According to a release by CEFFO Press, publishers of the book, “This book is an exposition on the security challenges in South – Eastern Nigeria, and how it affects media practice in the region. The author provides some practical suggestions on what the various stakeholders including the government, security agencies, non-state actors, media practitioners and others can do to mitigate the challenges. There are suggestions on what media practitioners can do to protect their staff, and bridge the revenue gaps arising from insecurity and general economic challenges.
The book also contains bonus chapters on:
(1) Issues around internet broadcasting in Nigeria.
(2) Public broadcasting stations and Nigeria media ecosystem.
(3) Covid-19 Educational Intervention In Nigeria: A case study of Anambra – Teaching -On- Air Broadcast On Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS).
Chidorum Nwakanma, a communication consultant, journalist and educator who reviewed the book said, “the compact treatise examines issues of the environment of practice, security considerations, welfare, and professionalism. The book offers survival tips for managers as well as reporters in the various stations and media organs on navigating the current rough waters. It is a moving story and an evolving area. Media Practice and Security Challenges in the South-East should stir robust conversations around both the media and the associated issues of insecurity in the region including leadership, the role of non-state actors, the vision and goal of the region and conflict resolution. A bold start”.
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