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May 20, 2013
I am in the middle of seeking respondents for my research; like Alice in Wonderland, it's led me into the territory of checking out Nigerian newspaper houses and their Twitter follower counts.
Vaguely, I am assuming this is indicative of popularity, at least online (you never know what their sales figures are).
|Newspaper||Twitter Following||Twitter Followers|
|The Guardian||7||79, 986|
|ThisDay Live||1||77, 513|
|Punch||2, 548||176, 055|
|The Sun||60||324, 597|
|Nigerian Tribune||31||9, 698|
|The Nation||569||42, 131|
|Daily Trust||19||67, 803|
|Daily Times(0 Tweets)||84||100|
April 18, 2013
The Committee for Protecting Journalists (CPJ), an international organisation committed to protecting the freedom of journalists worldwide, recently condemnedthe decision made by the Nigerian Government to ban the airing and distribution of a 30-minute documentary film on Nigeria's oil wealth, corruption and the state's management of funds. The documentary is titled, Fuelling Poverty. It was directed by award-winning Ishaya Bako (see interview with him on Diary of a Media Junkie).
highly provocative and likely to incite or encourage public disorder and undermine national security
that's why the producer can release in on YouTube if the govt vex make dem ban goggle so what?
Let's see them 'ban' the internet, youtube, etc, then i'll know they're serious
What do you think of the Federal Government's claim that the documentary is Provocative, likely to Incite, and UNDERMINE national security? Please share your comments.
February 06, 2013