Online Television

Online Television

 

There is a growing communication mix with the dawn of the internet in Nigeria through online television and radio. A growing number of young men and women are beginning to follow television and radio through the internet due to its interactive nature.

News and lifestyle gist are followed more online by teenagers than in main stream media, in spite of the fact that the nation accounts of many television and FM radio channels. The societal websites has made it simpler for individuals to watch videos through Facebook, and YouTube. Several millions of individuals around the world have been attained through online television and radio platforms.

The simple fact is that young men and women are drawn to online television and radio because they’re a computer savvy generation. More so because societal interactions have moved to space. The internet gives them the opportunity to connect with like minds with little or no limitations.

Interestingly, agenda setting is being tailored through net communication, from audio to amusement. Live and real time upgrades has made the internet a place to be for several musicians, musicians and media analysts. An internet television and radio presenter, Mr. Barry Nwibira of all AKPO’s online TV/Radio said that his station enjoys a huge followership from young people, the future is here using the world wide web. He said that the programme that he currently mimicked ‘Campus Matters’ is trending one of the youth population. The response was the Exact Same for online Television Nijiezie and Kemdrex TV.

A number of the conventional Project Free Tv and FM radio channels are beginning to learn more about the internet to reach out to their followers, so not to be left in an ever-changing globe.

On the other hand, the high price of information and internet service disruption is still a challenge to the entire use of the internet as a medium of television and radio communication in Nigeria.

It’s hoped that with the attraction of more investment in the information and communication sector in Nigeria, the online radio and television could witnessed a huge shift.

The advantages of internet communication are so many, thinking about the multiplier effects it would have in agriculture, commerce, education, science and technology, sports and entertainment. More frontiers of development would be started as many start-ups by young individuals would be eased through the internet radio and television communication. A major fall from the change could be the integration of economies of developing nations such as Nigeria via Information Communication and Technology (ICT).