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The present volume is an attempt to give expression to some of the burning issues in contemporary broadcasting in Nigeria and Africa.
These issues range from the relative vulnerability of the broadcast media of the Third World countries, as exemplified by Nigeria, to the industrialized nations in terms of the manufacture, procurement, installation and servicing of unsuitable broadcast hardware up to linguistic and grammatical infelicities committed by the fairly unschooled broadcaster.
Such issues as concern the deployment of tradotronic media towards conflict resolution in Nigeria's Niger Delta as well as the fervency of the call for the implementation of community broadcasting in Nigeria are also given attention.
It is my hope that this book is an important first step in the effort to unravel the critical shortcomings of contemporary broadcasting in the Nigerian, nay African, environment with a view to finding remedies to them.
Students of Mass Communication everywhere as well as the general reader are, therefore, strongly invited to receive this volume and internalize the issues raised in it.
Konkwo is the founding Head of the Department of Mass Communication at Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria.
He took the Doctorate in Mass Communication from the University of Vienna.
He has pioneered and assisted in the establishment of Mass Communication programs at universities in Nigeria, Uganda & Botswana.
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