By Lukman Omikunle
Orisile said the 2022 Media and Communication Conference was engaging, interactive, and entertaining
Popular on-air personality, Alhaja Adeola Orisile, represented RadioLagos 107.5FM and Eko 89.7Fm at the just concluded second edition of the World Conference on Media and Communication, held at Murray Edwards College, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge United Kingdom.
The 2022 edition of the conference, which was held from 26th to 28th August 2022, was set to bring together members of academia from around the world for three days of intense learning, discussions, and networking.
The conference mainly borders on issues relating to the media and interpersonal communication, use of new media, censorship of social media content, and use of digital tools among others.
Speaking to our reporter from the United Kingdom about her experience at the event, Orisile said the Media and communication conference was engaging, interactive, and entertaining adding that participants connected and exchanged pleasantries.
In her words; “It was a great delight to participate at the 2nd World Conference on Media and Communication as a representative of RadioLagos 107.5FM and Eko 89.7Fm that held at Murray Edwards College, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom from the 26th to 28th August 2022.
“The first day of the hybrid session was a delight as we had participants from diverse cultures, ethnicity, color, and religion.”
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Speaking on activities of participants from across the world, Orisile said they had Academics and researchers who delivered papers brilliantly on salient issues relating to the media and interpersonal communication.
According to her, there was a discourse on the use of new media, censorship of social media content, use of digital tools, and lots more.
“The Media and communication conference was engaging, interactive and entertaining. Participants networked and exchanged pleasantries.
“There was a walking tour of some of the historic sites in central Cambridge. Listeners and speakers were awarded certificates of participation. Indeed it was a worthwhile experience,” She said.
Orisile, while expressing gratitude to all that concern extended special appreciation to the UK mission in Nigeria and the organizers of the conference, “Many thanks to UK mission in Nigeria and the organizers of the event.”