News companies are struggling to drive revenue. People aren’t paying for news, but it costs money to maintain quality newsrooms.
Stears, the Nigerian media company that operates Stears Business, has raised $600,000 seed round funding to grow its team and information products.
Google is putting its weight against global coronavirus misinformation by offering a $6.5 million funding package to fact-checkers and non-profit media outlets. The internet search company set up the Google News Initiative (GNI) to “help journalism thrive in the digital age.” Through the initiative, the company hopes to direct internet news readers to accurate information […]
for many Nigerians, it’s okay to buy discs containing films and music, the hard copy of books and newspapers but weird to exchange money for a digital copy that’ll live on their phone or some virtual account.
Multichoice is officially launching a localized version of its video on-demand service, Showmax for the Nigerian market.
Here is a video trailer we have created to give you a glimpse into some of the things to expect from the Tech Women Lagos portrait series and exhibition event: