The Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria (OMPAN), Oyo State chapter will on Thursday hold a day seminar in Ibadan.
Dare Adeniran, the association’s PRO stated this in a statement signed by state’s Chairman of the group, Remi Oladoye.
According to the release, the seminar titled, ‘Online Journalism and Media Integrity in Nigeria’, is scheduled to take place at Dapo Aderogba Hall, NUJ Press Centre Iyaganku GRA, Ibadan by 10am.
Mr Bisi Oladele, South West Bureau Chief of The Nation Newspaper, is the guest lecturer at the seminar while Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre, Associate Editor Nigerian Tribune would also be speaking on Developmental Journalism.
“Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria (OMPAN), Oyo State chapter is a group of online journalists who have come together to hoist excellence, professionalism, honesty and objectivity as part of the association’s core values.
“Consequent upon the need to improve the skills and knowledge of our members, however, we are organising a periodic seminar/workshop for training and teaching members on how to promote media integrity and enhance a better society through balanced and objective news coverage,” the statement reads.