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John Momoh Channels TV boss emerges BON Chairman

Momoh's emergence as the newly elected Chairman has put him on a class of his own as he becomes the first private media owner to lead BON.

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The Chairman and CEO of Channels TV, John Momoh has reportedly emerged the chairman of the Broadcast Organisation of Nigeria (BON) after a keenly contested election.

According to a report by Financial Watch, Momoh's emergence has put him on a class of his own as he becomes the first private media owner to lead BON.

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John Momoh

(Channels TV)


Widely referred to as an industry pioneer with a 37-year-long career, Momoh will lead BON's over 100 members and over 250 radio and television stations.

Aged 59, Momoh is an alumnus of the UK’s Thomson Foundation, University of Lagos, Lagos Business School, and Harvard Business School.

After its establishment in 1973, BON currently has 14 members as its Central Working Committee (CWC) and they include Nigerian Television Authority (1), Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (1)Voice of Nigeria (1), DAAR Communications (1), Silverbird Communications (1), Chair from the North West, North East, North Central, South South, South West,South East regions (6), Independent Broadcasters Association of Nigeria (2) and Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer (1).


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