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New news TV station commences operations in Lagos

With head office at Billingsway Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, NN24 is set to fill a void in the broadcast news genre with special dedication to round-the-clock…

With head office at Billingsway Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, NN24 is set to fill a void in the broadcast news genre with special dedication to round-the-clock news updates and Afro centric programming content.

The arrival of this channel in the broadcast media scene heralds a new era in television journalism in Nigeria and the continent at large.

Speaking on the launch of the channel, Founder/Chief Executive, Anthony Dara, says the company, which has an affiliation with CNN and MultiChoice, is set to become the leader in the Nigerian media industry for concise and reliable television news. “We at NN24 believe Africa is ripe for this news revolution hence we are here with a different orientation, style and professionalism that is desirable not just in Nigeria but in Africa.”

Available on channel 414 on DStv, NN24 is accessible to television audience in Nigeria and the West African sub-region and it would be on every day.

 “News and information has become a staple for millions of people across the world; the way people receive and use news and information has changed, so also have the methods of news gathering and dissemination on the part of the media. From the print to broadcast media, the challenge to deliver news in a timely, comprehensive and factual way is a daily race,” Dara says.

 “With  our core values being innovation and objectivity, we are here to contribute to television; we have balanced cutting edge technology with skilled professionals to create a new breed of journalists with a brief to give the public qualitative, informative and exciting television experience,” he assured.


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