ABSTRACT: The objective of this research was to investigate campus broadcast stations in Nigeria: prospects and challenges focusing on UNILAG FM 88.9 FM. Three management theories, including Fredrick Taylor’s Scientific Management Theory, Contingency Theory, and Behavioural and Human Relations Management Theory, served as the study’s theoretical foundations. The study adopted a survey research method and questionnaire was administered to the respondents that were drawn within Unilag Lagos using purposive sampling technique. The data were analyzed using frequency and percentage method while tables were equally used to present the data. The study finds out that fund is the core problem facing Unilag FM while it also lack complete autonomy to operate as it operates as part of the university community. Other problems visible is the problem of staffing as many of the team are students. It was recommended that more fund be allotted while the university should give the radio free hand to operate but in line with the objective in other to achieve success.
Keywords: CAMPUS BROADCAST
“CAMPUS BROADCAST STATIONS IN NIGERIA: PROSPECTS & CHALLENGES”
WHAT TO EXPECT: (Chapter 1-5, Abstract, Table of Contents, Questionnaire and References)