The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has granted The Polytechnic, Ibadan, a radio station licence. The disclosure was made in a statement signed by the institution’s Registrar, Mrs Modupe Theresa Fawale. According to reports, the institution has been granted permission to operate the Poly Ibadan FM radio station. The right to
Nigeria’s first comedy radio station, 32FM 94.9, in their mandate to fill the world with laughter as a humour themed radio station has commenced a campaign to protect the sweepers. The project, ‘Protect the Sweepers Campaign’ is currently taking shape in Ibadan environs, capital of Oyo state. Speaking with Primus
One of the Ibadan finest Sportscasters, Kenny Ogunmiloro of Fresh 105.9 FM gushed over legendary Edmund Obilo of Splash 105.5 FM after listening to his insightful chat with the first child of Alaafin of Oyo this morning, Saturday, February 12, 2021 on State Affairs program. Kenny’s statement reads; “I am
A member of Staff in one of the newly established radio stations in Ibadan has raised alarm over the failure of the station’s management to pay her staff their monthly salary The frustrated media worker reached out to Primus Media under the condition of anonymity. He lamented continuous owing of
… Olatunbosun, Kareem and Akpan Return Broadcasters to Claassroom The Oyo State Chapter of Freelance and Independent Broadcasters Association of Nigeria (FIBAN) under the leadership of Com. Seun Awodele has organized an executive training workshop for broadcasters in Oyo State to scale up professionalism. According to the release by Amb.
By: Israel Babalola A website is a collection of landing pages and multimedia content that are collated under one domain. Websites are also usually hosted through web hosting services – which allow these pages and contents to be accessible on the World Wide Web. In addition, websites can also be
Thrill 103.5 FM was an indigenous radio station located at White House, Oba Adesoji Aderemi building, Secretariat in Ibadan, Oyo state. The radio platform was among the 72 radio stations that secured its broadcast license in 2015 under the administration of the former President Goodluck Jonathan. Primus Media City gathered from