Blogs have proven to be a very effective means of sharing our ideas with the world. There are millions of voices struggling to be heard across these platforms; for the sake of debates, education and most recently, advocacy. Since blogs have evolved into one of the most critical tools used in media to address a range of personal and policy issues, they are very instrumental to creating social impact in our communities.
It is in light of this, we are excited to announce the maiden edition of Digital Media Talk with Elsie Godwin on MeetsMedia which is scheduled to hold on 27th September, 2018. This is an offshoot of her book “Oya Start Blogging” which was written to correct ill-perceptions about blogging and to inspire creativity among individuals who want to start blogging or writing as a career.
MeetsMedia is aimed at providing a platform for communications and marketing professionals to get educated by renowned media organizations and individuals on how their respective companies work. Also gives opportunity for brands, and individual to interact and share information with the media on their respective projects, achievements, ambitions, and other topical issues.
Digital Media Talk with Elsie Godwin will take place at the banquet hall, BWC, Victoria Island Lagos. The theme is ‘Blogging as a Tool for Social Change’.
This media chat will be a live broadcast event which will serve as awareness on how blogs can be a wonderful means to attract attention to oneself, a cause, an idea or a policy. It also creates opportunity for interaction with the media, in which will go a long way to interface and promote brand and organization.
A line of professionals will be available to share from their wealth of knowledge and experience Sega Awosanya, Franklin Ozekhome, Japheth Omojuwa, Tiwalola Olanubi Jnr, Juliet Ahigo, Folaranmi Folayan, Anderson Paul, Tosyn Bucknor, Tosin Ajibade, Akinlabi Jimoh, Moji Delano, Laila Ijeoma, and others.
It is hoped that at the end of the event, individuals will be spurred to make their blogs more beneficial to their communities and to also inspire those who are yet to take on blogging, to do so.