Nigeria’s TVC News Is Awarded Best TV Station Of The Year
Because of its invaluable contribution to Nigeria’s broadcasting industry, TVC News, an entity of TVC Communications, has won the NBC award for the “Best Television Station of the Year” at the prestige 26th Nigerian Media Merit Awards (NMMA).
To grab this award, TVC News had to beat a healthy selection of competitors with its highly acclaimed innovation, professionalism and customer-centricity.
The NMMA is the leading media excellence award event and also the biggest annual celebration of the best in the Nigerian media sector. As usual, the award ceremony attracted a large audience of PR practitioners, journalists and media from new and traditional media platforms.
Stella Din-Jacob, the Director of News at TVC News, received the award on behalf of TVC Communication.
She said that TVC News was delighted to be the winner of the Best Television Station of the Year award. She declared that she was happy that the news station’s hard work had been recognised and that this award would be a big motivation to work harder to prove to Nigerians that TVC News both innovative and dynamic. Din-Jacob said that going forward, her team would step up the tempo to ensure that the high standard becomes second nature.
She added that TVC News viewers should expect even more professionalism, excellence, professionalism and innovation this year.
TVC News is a 24-hour news channel that offers a fresh take on African and global affairs.
The channel broadcasts from Lagos but has offices and correspondents all across Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa. TVC News brings its audience the latest news 24 hours a day, with reporting that is fearless and highly informative. Installing state-of-the-art equipment and utilising a network of bureau across Nigeria, TVC & its very dynamic news team keeps the viewers up-to-date with accurate, fast and relevant information.
The 24-hour news channel makes an effort to meet the needs of its audience with consistent, objective and reliable news.
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