NAIJ.com invites aspiring journalists, bloggers to maiden digital media camp

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NAIJ.com is inviting aspiring Nigerian journalists to a two-day digital media camp scheduled to hold in Lagos, Nigeria, from July 23-24.

NAIJ.com Digital Media Camp is a brand new education effort by NAIJ.com to bring together the leading Nigerian digital media innovators and share their success stories and best practices with an audience of aspiring journalists, bloggers and anyone interested in the digital.

The two-day programme will include presentations and QAs by our guest speakers as well as practical workshops by NAIJ.com editors.

Speakers include Bayo Olupohunda, award-winning journalist, editor-in-chief, NAIJ.com

Aderonke Bello, award-winning journalist, managing editor for features, NAIJ.com

Damilare Okunola, editor, NAIJ.com

Japheth Omojuwa, blogger, public speaker, omojuwa.com

Perez Tigidam, digital content strategist, publisher of The Nerve Africa

Bankole Oluwafemi, founder and editor of TechCabal.com

Yemisi Ilo, director, Battabox, among others.

Who should apply?

Due to space limitations preference will be given to people with experience in journalism and digital media.

Updates on this event will be made before the scheduled dates.

Applicants can start applying from July 20, 2016 via a form that will be made available in the coming weeks.

Is it free?

Yes, participation is completely free.

It is also important to inform our readers that NAIJ.com is a leading Nigerian news portal with three million Facebook users (3 million) and counting.

This is a first in the Nigerian news media, and an indication that the news portal is preferred by more Nigerians on a daily and regular basis.

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