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Television: Time for Pay-per-View?

Just before the House of Representatives wenton the break enforced by the fury of the novel Corona Virus Disease AKACOVID-19, I was looking in the direction of the National Assembly’s lowerchamber to see what it would make of its desire to get pay television operatorsin the country to adopt a pay-as-you-go (PAYG) billing system. I bet there werethousands of Nigerians waiting-expecting, actually-to see the House compel theabolition of the monthly contract billing model for the a la carte-likePAYSG.  Following the adoption of amotion by Hon. Unyime Idem from Akwa Ibom State, the House resolved tointerface with MultiChoice, the biggest of the pay television serviceoperators, and its competitors to bring about the envisaged PAYG model, asubscriber’s wet dream for as long as I can remember.

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Dividends of 1st African Catholic Television

Lumen Christi Television is the first African Catholic Television Network with operational base in Lagos Nigeria. It celebrated her first anniversary in May, 2015 having started a year ago. In a chart with Vanguard, the founder, Prince Robert-Joseph Soji Olagunju, spoke on the idea behind establishing a Catholic Broadcasting station, first of its kind in Africa.

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