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Radio listening habits of Nigerian students - case study of Institution of Management and Technology (IMT) Enugu

 Department: Mass Communication  
 By: usericon GodFirst  

 Project ID: 6091
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Abstract
Radio is one of the viable media of mass communication. Just as communication is the transfer of information from the source to a destination. Presently, for any thing to be called communication it must efficiently reach to the source, passing through the specified channel. Undoutfully, there is no way communication could be completed without feedback. It is on this background, that the research deemed it necessary to have a look at the listening habit of students in higher institution of learning particularly the students of the institute of management and technology (IMT), Enugu. The researcher went further to find out what could entire students to listening to the radio programme. In the world today and in Enugu, precisely, different radio stations exist, but ability to attract audience listening is what matters, and when this happened they will tune the station off. What I am saying is that a successful media house should have the mass before planning their programmes. Any time it encounters this, the audience interest will wear away as the image of the station will be at stake. That is why due to the heterogeneous nature of the students population in the institute of management and technology which formed my case study, I decided to use random sampling method.  This method gave every student an equal chance of being selected and for the reason students tend to listen more of entertainment programmes than other programmes like the talks, religious, and news commentaries, especially when they are free or chanced from academic activities. ...
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