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Nigeria okays frequency spectrum trading among operators

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has approved frequency spectrum trading among telecoms operators under a plan to grow investment in the sector and boost economic growth of Nigeria, Professor Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman at the telecoms regulatory agency says. Danbatta disclosed this while presenting his scorecard to media executives in Lagos and says the […]

NIMC ‘officially’ moves to Communications and Digital Economy Ministry

Watch | Smartphones changing Nigerian journalism industry, Guardian Editor-in-Chief says

Mr Debo Adesina, Editor-in-Chief, The Guardian Newspapers, speaks at Technology Times Outlook Summit 2017 organised in Lagos on how technology and smartphones are changing the face of contemporary newspaper and media industry in Nigeria and across the world. “If there is something we need to do, it is for us to appreciate the fact that […]

NIMC ‘officially’ moves to Communications and Digital Economy Ministry

Watch | GSMA’s Goodluck on dangers of digital exclusion in Nigeria

Mr Wale Gooduck, Head of the GSM Association (GSMA) in Sub-Saharan Africa tells attendees at Technology Times Outlook 2017 Summit organised by Technology Times that Nigeria faces the risk of digital exclusion. Goodluck analyses key issues of affordability, content and its relevance and the key steps to promote a digitally inclusive population across Nigeria and […]

NIMC ‘officially’ moves to Communications and Digital Economy Ministry

Watch | Regulation of Online Media in Nigeria | To Be Or Not?

Mr Eric Osagie, Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief of The Sun Newspapers says it is time to regulate the online media space in Nigeria, to restore some measure of sanity in the practice and business of journalism in the country. The Technology Times TV video explains The Sun Newspaper’s chief’s position:

Watch | Buhari’s fresh term for regulator who fined MTN | Nigeria Technology News

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