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WASHINGTON — Research data from the Broadcasting Board of Governors and Gallup shows that the media market in Afghanistan is primarily split between radio and television. While Afghanistan remains one of the few media markets in which shortwave radio use is still in the double digits, presenters at a research briefing today showed that TV use is overtaking radio for the first time in the country.

Nigeria: mobile rises sharply while radio dominates for news


WASHINGTON (May 15, 2014) — While a vast divide remains between “media rich” and “media poor” Nigerians, household mobile ownership has surpassed that of radio and TV in Nigeria, and the use of Internet is trending upward, according to new findings on Nigerian media consumption habits presented today by the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

BBG Research Series: Contemporary media use in Nigeria


Perceptions of media freedom and confidence in elections are falling in the midst of a challenging period in Nigeria. The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and Gallup invite you to attend a research briefing which will discuss this and other findings on media use in Nigeria.