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Naij.com

is a Nigerian news and entertainment portal that features aggregated news content.[2][3][4] It is ranked as the 16th overall most visited website in Nigeria by Alexa.[5] Founded in 2012, Naij.com has its headquarters in Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria and launched an editorial hub in Abuja in May 2015. The website’s servers were attacked by hackers in July 2015.[6]

 

Nigerian Monitor

NigerianMonitor was founded in January 2013 as a subsidiary of Iconway Media to deliver news to Nigerians at home and abroad. Our mission is to use today’s fast-paced technology to bring news information to Nigerians anytime and anywhere. In 2014, we reached over 2 million Nigerians and we currently have a monthly active user base of over 700,000. Iconway Media is redefining media in Nigeria and Africa using technology and creativity to create and distribute premium content for young citizens. It owns and operates other leading websites including Stargist.com and KokoFeed.com.

 

Premium Times

is a Nigerian online newspaper based in Abuja. It launched in 2011.

 

Sahara Reporters

is an online news agency based in New York City that focuses on promoting citizen journalism by encouraging everyday people to report stories about corruption, human rights abuses and other political misconduct in Nigeria. A frontier news source for advocacy journalism Sahara Reporters has been referred to as the “Wikileaks of Africa” by The Daily Beast.[1]

 

The Nation

is a daily newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria. According to a 2009 survey it was the second-most-read newspaper in Nigeria. The paper’s website says it stands for Freedom, Justice and the Market Economy. Its target audience is the business and political elite, the affluent, the educated and the upwardly mobile.[1] The Nation has printing plants in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.[2] The newspaper covers business and economy, public policies, the democratic process and institutions of democracy, sports, arts and culture.[3] In April 2010 Edo Ugbagwu, a reporter who covered court cases for The Nation, was killed by gunmen. The reason was not known.[4]

 

The Punch

is a Nigerian daily newspaper. The Punch newspaper was founded by two friends, James Aboderin, an accountant, and Sam Amuka, a columnist and editor at the Daily Times of Nigeria. Amuka became the first editor of the Sunday Punch. In November 1976, a few years after the first print of its Sunday edition, the duo started printing their trademark daily newspaper. Both editions were designed to favour a friendlier apolitical approach to news reporting, combining footage of social events with everyday political news. The paper sustains itself by delving into broad issues that interest myriad people.[2]

 

The Daily Sun

is a Nigerian daily print newspaper founded and published in KiriKiri Industrial Layout, Lagos, Nigeria.[1] As of 2011 The Sun had a daily print run of 130,000 copies, and 135,000 for weekend titles, with an average of 80% sales. This made The Sun the highest selling newspaper in Nigeria.[2] The Daily Sun was incorporated on March 29, 2001. It started production as a weekly on January 18, 2003, and as a daily on June 16, 2003. The target audience is young adults in the 18 – 45 years age bracket and in the B and C social economic class.[2] The paper is similar in format to the popular Sun newspaper of the United Kingdom.[3] The chairman of the publishing house is Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, a former governor of Abia State. The first Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief was Mike Awoyinfa. In January 2010 there was a shake-up in which Tony Onyima succeeded Awoyinfa, and the first Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Dimgba Igwe, was replaced by Femi Adesina.[4] Awoyinfa and Igwe remained as directors on the company’s board. Adesina replaced Onyima in December 2013. In June, 2015, Mr. Eric Osagie succeeded Mr. Femi Adesina as Managing Editor/Editor-in-Chief of The Sun Publishing Limited. Mr Osagie is currently rebranding the Daily, Saturday and Sunday Sun respectively to meet international standards. [5]

 

The Vanguard

is a daily newspaper published by Vanguard Media, based in Lagos, Nigeria. Vanguard Media was established in 1983 by veteran journalist Sam Amuka-Pemu with three friends.[1] The paper has an online edition.[2] The newspaper is one of the few in Nigeria that is considered independent of political control, the others being Thisday, The Punch, The Sun and The Guardian.[3] In June 1990, the paper was briefly suspended by Col. Raji Rasaki, Military Governor of Lagos State.[4]

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