Etiquette In Media Reporting
Training by Media Hangoutng and Poise

Training details

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Industry:

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MediaHangoutng and Poise

Media

November 2016

Mediahangoutng in partnership with Poise Nigeria affirmed its commitment to promoting professionalism in the media industry by training 30 media personalities across all media platforms (TV, print, radio and online) on etiquette in media reporting on the 22nd of November at the Poise Training School Jankande, Lekki Lagos

The Group Managing Director, Poise Nigeria. Mrs. Mavi Isibor whom welcomed the participants stated that Poise Nigeria was an institution certified by the Protocol School of Washington and was excited to be part of an initiative pushing to promote professionalism in the industry through training as the role of knowledge in Journalism cannot be overemphasized.

The coordinator of the mediahangoutng, Miss Rosemary Egabor stated that there is a need to restore dignity and professionalism to journalism in Nigeria and so etiquette will help professionals in the media industry reflect confidence, build inter-personal skills, strong relationships and prevent misgivings with important stakeholders. Considering that media practitioners are called in for both local and international events that are very important, the training will help enhance their cross cultural sensitivity and professionalism.

Training details

Partners: Mediahangout & Poise Nigeria

Industry: Media

Period: November 2016

Mediahangoutng in partnership with Poise Nigeria affirmed its commitment to promoting professionalism in the media industry by training 30 media personalities across all media platforms (TV, print, radio and online) on etiquette in media reporting on the 22nd of November at the Poise Training School Jankande, Lekki Lagos

The Group Managing Director, Poise Nigeria. Mrs. Mavi Isibor whom welcomed the participants stated that Poise Nigeria was an institution certified by the Protocol School of Washington and was excited to be part of an initiative pushing to promote professionalism in the industry through training as the role of knowledge in Journalism cannot be overemphasized.

The coordinator of the mediahangoutng, Miss Rosemary Egabor stated that there is a need to restore dignity and professionalism to journalism in Nigeria and so etiquette will help professionals in the media industry reflect confidence, build inter-personal skills, strong relationships and prevent misgivings with important stakeholders. Considering that media practitioners are called in for both local and international events that are very important, the training will help enhance their cross cultural sensitivity and professionalism.

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