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New telecom regulation beckons

Danbatta

By Prince Osuagwu, Hi-Tech Editor The Nigerian telecom sector may soon herald fresh transformation as new guiding principles have started to unfold gradually. Barely a month after the current Executive Vice Chairman, EVC of the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Prof Umar Danbatta was reappointed, the man is beginning to give an indication that a new
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Tranter IT, ONGO Framework digitise SMEs operations

Tranter IT, ONGO Framework digitise SMEs operations

By Juliet Umeh Technology service providers, Tranter IT, has inked a partnership deal with ONGO Framework to create robust digital platforms for small and medium scale enterprises, SMEs, in Nigeria to grow. The partnership will introduce latest technologies and services that will provide small and medium scale enterprises, SMEs, with robust portfolios to digitally compete
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Austrialia askk Facebook, Google to pay for content

Google floats tech, grant-based initiative to support Nigerian non profit organisations

By Prince Osuagwu Apparently keeping with its tradition of providing springboard for start-ups and budding organisations with social economic impact, global search engine, Google, has launched a platform to help not-for-profit organisations, NPO scale their objectives past awareness and financial hurdles. Tagged Google for Nonprofits initiative, the tech giant aims to use the platform empower
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A nation in search of cost-based pay-TV model

A nation in search of cost-based pay-TV model

By Okoh Aihe The broadcast industry has been in the news lately. First, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), the regulator of the industry released the 6th Edition of the Nigeria Broadcasting Code which has simmered in cacophonous responses from multi-stakeholder interests in the industry. Then, only last week, the regulator got buttoned in the National
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Google. Youtube, Coronavirus

Google to pay publishers for news content

Google will pay partnered media publishers in three countries and offer some users free access to paywalled news sites, the tech giant said Thursday. The announcement comes after legal battles in France and Australia over Google’s refusal to pay news organizations for content. In a blog post the firm said they would launch “a licensing
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