From the 26th of September to the 30th of September 2022, Sport Salon in collaboration with Nigeria Info gathered Sports content creators in Lagos to train them in storytelling for audience engagement in digital media.
The week-long training was designed and led by Elizabeth Michael, producer, and presenter of Sport Salon, and also had co-trainers Oludolapo Adewale covering presentation and diction, and Latifat Adebayo covering video content production.
At the ended end of the training, the participants produced digital content; blog, vlog, photo story, and podcast.
At the end of the training, content was viewed by the Nigeria Info management and content team.
Femi Obong-Daniels – General Manager
Sheriff Quadry –
Meet the Trainers
Digital Media Content: Researched, produced and presented by the participants
Video: Proud Nigerians –
Video Team and Photo Story team: Jamiu Adelase, Geraldine Igwe, David Edene, Monsurah Omowunmi Olatunji, Olaonipekun Noah Tosin and Chibuike Enwerem.
Photo Story: The life of a Nigerian football Journalist –
Podcast: Africa at Qatar Preview
Podcast team: Oluwatobi Ayinde, Christopher Emenyonu and Opeyemi Lawal
Blog Story: Typical Nigerians
‘Warri no dey carry last’. A slang that has turned into a motivational anthem for every Nigerian. The typical Nigerian soars high like an Eagle and has the fighting spirit of a Dragon. In defeat, there is always hope for redemption because of the zeal, determination, gusto, and resilience shown at all times.
Despite the socio-economic challenges and misinterpretation on the international stage for crime, fraud and other problems, our athletes have made it a point of duty to redeem our image.
The successful Nigerian athletes like Anthony Joshua, Ese Brume, Tobi Amusan, Victor Osimhen, Asisat Oshoala, Aruna Quadri, and Israel Adesanya help presents us to the world as a people with immense and ever growing talent, will, strength, courage and wealth.
Consequently, their achievements have also ignited hope, joy, pride, and redemption for many who could only identify as one Nigeria irrespective of the demographic of these athletes.
Read full article here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HhxpZBtAIJIK6UknCJU2HOEhE-HDrrvt/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=102021885303476886312&rtpof=true&sd=true
Blog team: Adegboyega Oluwaremilekun Adeleye, Michael Eneji and Mgbechi Josiah.