GM, Premier FM Charges Media on Professionalism
Owners of Online Radio Broadcast Services and their on-air personalities have been challenged to be professional in their operations.
General Manager, Premier FM Ibadan, Rev Niyi Dahunsi gave the advice in Ibadan while presenting a paper at the first anniversary of an Online Radio Service, Maranatha Radio International.
Reverend Dahunsi who recalled the evolution of Radio Broadcasting in Nigeria from analog to digital in recent times explained that anchors of programmes on Maranatha Online Radio must endeavour to prioritize standardization, training and cordial relationship with its target audience to remain relevant.
He identified some of the advantages of Online Radio to include easy accessibility, wider coverage and opportunity for job creation, saying such merits should be leveraged upon to affect people positively.
Earlier, the Chief Executive Officer of Maranatha Online Radio International and presiding bishop, Maranatha Lord Cometh Ministries International, Bishop Samuel Alawode said the service over the last one year had reached 52 nations of the world.