Bernice Oluwalanu Sanusi (PhD), Moshood Kayode Suleiman


 In recent years, the Nigerian education system has faced numerous challenges, including inadequate access to quality education, limited educational resources, and a lack of equitable distribution of learning materials. This study aims to investigate the awareness and experience level of Nigerians on broadcasting educational content. It will investigate also through questionnaire method on the challenges and possible recommendations for broadcasting educational content in Nigeria. The significance of this study lies in its potential to address critical issues within the Nigerian education landscape. By investigating the challenges faced by broadcasting educational content, policymakers, educators, and stakeholders can gain insights into designing more effective strategies for content delivery. The study aims to shed light on the benefits and limitations of using broadcasting as an educational tool, considering factors such as language diversity, cultural sensitivity, and technological infrastructure. The study seeks to provide recommendations for improving the accessibility and quality of educational broadcasting in Nigeria. These recommendations may include enhancing collaboration between educational institutions, broadcasters, and technology providers to develop tailored content that caters to the diverse needs of learners. Additionally, the study will underscore the importance of government support in terms of funding, policy formulation, and regulatory frameworks to ensure the sustainability and scalability of educational broadcasting initiatives.


Broadcasting Activity, Educational Content, Challenges, Opportunities, Nigeria.

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