Ogbebo: Why I embarked on online tv

Joy Ogbebo popularly known as MamaJ has opened up on reasons she embarked on online television, saying it was a vision that she had nursed for three years.

Speaking on the launch of her project, Mamaj Aviation Television, Ogbebo stated that over time, it’s been observed that most media misrepresentations, conflict, and issues between customers and service providers in the Aviation and Tourism industries were largely due to a lack of knowledge and the right information.

 

Director General of NCAA representative Mrs. Ikwo Ilo- GM, Consumer Protection

She said, “This is a gap we have identified. As aviation professionals, with decades of experience in aviation, we are determined to join other media stakeholders in the industry to change the narrative. At this time of gross ignorance and misinformation about the aviation and tourism industry, there is no better time to curate content and create a dedicated channel that will inform and properly educate society about the industry in a holistic manner.”

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Mamaj Aviation and Tourism TV according to her is a platform that had been created to close this gap, adding that, “We are excited to join the many Aviation media professionals to promote these industries positively.”

“We are happy to tell our stories from within. The world should not hear about the industry only when there’s negative news, incident, or accident.  This industry should not only trend for negative reasons. We want to be able to also showcase and highlight the many positives as well.”

“As a matter of fact, the world around us is changing at a rapid pace, and technology has become an integral part of our daily lives. We are witnessing a paradigm shift in the way we consume content, particularly in the realm of television. Gone are the days when we were limited to a handful of channels and constrained by fixed schedules. Today, with the advent of the internet, we are entering a new era of entertainment, one where choice, convenience, and customization take center stage,” she added.

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Online television she reiterated is the culmination of this digital revolution, noting that it represents the fusion of television and the internet, bringing together the best of both worlds.

“With just a few clicks or taps, we can access an unimaginable array of content from across the globe, transcending geographical boundaries and time zones. The power to choose what we want to watch when we want to watch it is now firmly in our hands.”

From left: Kingsley Wokoma, President, AFARN, Mrs. Ikwo Ilo, GM Consumer Protection, representative of DG, NCAA, Joy Ogbebo, the convener, Mrs. Nkechi Onyeso, CEO/MD, Pathfinders international, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu, former MD, NAMA, and Percival Uwechue, Managing Partner, Uwechue, aether Consulting

“Imagine having access to an extensive library of movies, TV shows, documentaries, and sports events at any time, all available at the touch of a button. Online television has made this a reality, empowering us with the freedom to curate our own entertainment experience. Whether we seek the latest blockbuster, a classic film, a thrilling series, or educational programs, the world is now our oyster.”

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