Oluwaseyi Ogunmoyela, Senior Media Executive.
She graduated from Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State in 2002 with a Higher National Diploma, HND, in Mass Communications. A self motivated and versatile professional, Seyi started her journalism career at the Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, Ibadan and Ondo State Radio Corporation, OSRC, Akure, where she did four months and one year industrial attachment respectively as part of the requirements for the award of Ordinary National Diploma, OND obtained from The Polytechnic, Ibadan in 1999. Notwithstanding the brevity of her stay in the two stations, she exhibited great passion for hard work and gratifying promises of an enduring romance with journalism. She was posted to the Federal Government College, Maiduguri, Borno for the compulsory one year National Youth Service Corps, NYSC in 2003. In April 2005, she joined Independent Television, ITV and Radio, Benin City, as a Reporter. She was later redeployed to Akure, Ondo State as Government House Correspondent. After five years of eventful sojourn in the bureau, she was brought back to the head office in Benin with a specific mandate to beef up the station’s reportorial beat. She voluntarily resigned from ITV in February 2011 after about six years of unblemished career in the Nigeria’s premier private TV station. She joined Red Carpet Communications Limited in April 2011 as a Senior Media Executive.

Editorial and Presentation


Ayodele Adegbehingbe ,Media Executive (Presentation and Corporate Services), is a 2006 graduate of Mass Communication from Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye. Ayo, as she is simply called, started her journalism career after obtaining a National Diploma in Journalism from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Lagos in year 2000. She cut her teeth as a freelance reporter at the Ondo State Radio Vision Corporation, OSRC, Akure. But she was an unusual freelance reporter, who on account of punctuality and reliability got saddled with enormous responsibilities. Even when she enrolled for a degree course in Mass Communication; she did not call it quits with media practice. Rather, she shuttled between classroom and newsroom, acquiring knowledge and discharging her reportorial duties. In 2009, Ayo yielded to the lure of Lagos and gave up her provincial journalism engagement in Akure. However, for this journalist, finding a good platform to practice was initially difficult. She reluctantly forayed into Travels and Tours Sector as a Sales Executive with Mak Travels Agency Limited, Ikoyi, Lagos. Four months later, she resigned and reached out for a job compass that has led her to Red Carpet Communications Limited where she is a Media Executive in charge of Presentation and Corporate Services

Gbolade Ogboro-Cole, Society Reporter, holds a National Diploma in Mass Communication from the Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu.  With a natural inclination for broadcasting, Gbolade combines zeal with skills in his steady pursuit of his cherished career. Shortly after his ND, he teamed up with some of his colleagues to start a provincial newspaper known as The Breeze in Ejigbo-Iyana Isolo axis of Lagos. Though the newspaper soon got consumed by the capricious nature of the nation