deborah movoria

Journalist (Television News Producer)


I like to think of Journalism as a patient craft, burning with a sense of urgency at its core. Whether you are in front of the camera as a Reporter, an Anchor, or you are behind the scenes as a Producer like myself, the craft requires an utmost understanding of each task and an appreciation of the demands by each as they unfold. This in itself requires patience and continuous improvement of the relevant skill set amid the need to quickly deliver unbiased and accurate information in a fast-paced society as News never waits for anyone.

The urge to disseminate objective information in a society where the freedom of the press is heavily debated and the love for pedagogy has taken me through degrees in Political Science and Education, a Masters in Media and Communication and a career as a Television News Producer with a leaning towards financial literacy education and reportage.


Sample of Produced Reports - Television

Weighing the impact of Lagos State's restriction on motorcycles & rickshaws

It is now seven days since the Lagos government state began reinforcing restrictions on the commercial use of motorcycles and rickshaws in certain areas of the state. As commuters groan from the attendant inconvenience and affected investors explore downsizing. Lagos insists it will see the enforcement through, citing security concerns among others.

CNBC Africa
Promoting local language content in Africa's movie industry - CNBC Africa

Nollywood Actress and Producer, Rekiya Ibrahim Atta says local language content is getting more investment and there are still gaps that present opportunities for investors looking to plow money into the movie industry in Africa. She joins CNBC Africa on the side-lines of the 7th Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards for more....

Print Publication

LadiesInBusiness Magazine
INSIDE A CATERER’S WORLD Oluwatoyin Oyeniran’s Journey

Ladiesinbusiness Magazine is bringing out and showcasing small scale business owners in a Big way. As a freelance, I interviewed the cover person - Oluwatoyin Oyeniran - of the first edition of the Magazine.

Sexuality education - an unending debate | TheCable

The move to inculcate sex education in school curriculums all over the world has been met with controversial extremism. Opinions are either strongly against or in favour. Those in support believe it will reduce the dangers associated with the natural biological human desire - sex. The opposition describes it as a stimulant of promiscuity.