Volume 5 Number 1

Volume 5 Number 1

Journal of Communication and Media Technology
Vol. 5, No. 1


Flattening the Curve of Fake News in the Epoch of Infodemic in the Nigerian News Media Industry
Desmond Onyemechi OKOCHA, PhD & Maureen CHIGBO

Religious Conflicts and Conflict Sensitive Journalism in Nigeria: A Review
Margaret Damola JESUMINURE, Charles M. EKEH & Lai OSO

Values of Egungun and Gelede/Efe Festivals as Development Communication Strategies in Isaga, Abeokuta of Ogun State
Babatunde Opeolu TELLA, PhD 

Perception of Lead City University Students on the Prevention of Diabetes Using Health Media Campaign Strategies
Kenneth O. UMEZURIKE, Ph.D 

Assessment of In-house Public Relations Departments and Enrolment of Students' in Private Universities in Southwest, Nigeria.
Taiwo Olayinka ABODUNRIN 

Personal Factors as Predictors of Online Customer Engagement of Millennials in Ibadan Metropolis
Clementina EDEMA 

Influencer Marketing, Purchase Intention and Buying Behaviour of Pepsi Brand among Undergraduate Students of Lead City University, Ibadan, Nigeria
Beatrice Oluwatobi OLALEKAN & Abigail Olubukola IRELE, Ph.D 

Creativity Techniques in Contemporary Advertising in Nigeria
Babatunde Opeolu TELLA, Ph.D

#EndSARS Protest Reportage by The Punch, The Guardian and The Nation Newspapers
Vincent Oke AKINDELE & Lambert A. IHEBUZOR, Ph.D

Influence of Social Media Campaigns on Knowledge of Lead City University Undergraduates towards Mental Health Disorder.
Ifejesutomi Elizabeth IBEUN & Kenneth Oluchi UMEZURIKE, Ph.D 

Communication Media Used by Two Major Political Parties and Voter Participation during the 2019 Presidential Election in Oyo State, Nigeria
Adebayo ALADE, PhD 

Influence of Digital Media Platforms on Customer Relations of United Bank for Africa Plc
Ayomide Temiloluwa ALAKE & Kenneth Oluchi UMEZURIKE Ph.D 

Web Analytics of Topical Diversities and Medical Specialties Classification of Health Information Contents of Channels Television's Health Matters on YouTube.
Adekunle Olusola OTUNLA & Oluwole Folaranmi ALABI 

Influence of Social Media Advocacy Campaigns on Awareness of Sickle Cell Disorder among Undergraduates of Two Private Universities in Ibadan, Oyo State
Adekunle Olusola OTUNLA& Aisha Ahmad MUHAMMAD 



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