Intro. to Media Regulating Laws

5,000 3,000 + 7.5% VAT

Course Benefits

Participants of this course will, at the end of it, be able to:

  1. Protect their works with copyright law.
  2. Use copyrighted works without falling prey to the law.
  3. Understand various means by which government regulates the media.
  4. Produce works that will contribute to societal/nation building.
  5. Produce works that protect the children.
  6. Understand the duties of the media toward government, the society and the children.


– Mentorship after the training (all students are to be added into our Telegram Group for the purpose of mentorship and Business Opportunities).

– Certificate of Participation (graded) to be offered after training, in PDF:

  • 100-80 (Excellent).
  • 79-60 (V. Good).
  • 59-45 (Good).
  • 44-39 (Fair).
  • 38 below (Poor).
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Course Contents:

  • Introduction
  • The protection of children
  • Regulating agencies and their duties
  • Copyright issues
  • Referencing for publications
  • Bibliography listings
  • Government control of the media
  • Government control of seditious publications
  • Freedom of information act (FoI)
  • Civil law and criminal law
  • The law of defamation of character
  • Publishing stories from press conferences
  • There are defences to accusation of defamation
  • References

Wants to pay into our account?

You may pay directly into our bank account, following the instructions below.

  • Pay N3,000 N225 (7.5% VAT) directly into our account via Deposit Money BankMobile Banking, USSD CodeInternet BankingATM Transfer or Money Agents.
    Account: 0122436873.
    Bank: WEMA.
  • After payment, then contact with: payees’ name, course(s) paid for, amount paid, date of payment and your contact information.

Once we confirm your payment we will activate your registration. If you were attending more than a course please pay (at the same time) for all the courses of your choice to avoid disjointed data collation.

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