Educationist Advocates Regular Training Of Broadcasters
Training and retraining has been reaffirmed as an essential need for broadcasters to attain professionalism in their career.
A lecturer at the Department of Communication and Language Arts, University of Ibadan, Doctor Francis Amenaghawon emphasized this while delivering a lecture at the 2nd Diet Graduation of Yemi Sonde Media Academy, Ibadan.
Doctor Amenaghawon stressed that broadcasters must understand Nigerian Broadcasting Codes, media law, concise language and research for effective performance.
In a remark, the Founder and Group Managing Director, YESMA, Mr. Yemi Sonde expressed confidence that the graduands have been equipped to excel in broadcast industry.
In a welcome address, the Head of Academy, Mr. Kayode Joseph said the graduands were taught the rudiments in all aspects of broadcasting.
In a goodwill message, the General Manager Premier FM, Alhaji Bashir Omotoso, who was a special guest on the occasion expressed hope that YESMA would become a university that would build a better society, urging the graduands to be good ambassadors by utilizing knowledge acquired from the academy.
Dignitaries at the event included the Deputy Director Programmes, FRCN Ibadan national station, Mrs Bolatito Joseph.