Finishing Strong


Idon’t know if this is everyone, but I feel like I blinked and found myself in the last quarter of the year. Like we literally went from Happy Valentine’s to prepping for ‘’2023 loading’’ insta posts. So far, it’s been a very eventful year, at least for me. On the flip side, it’s also been hectic with all that’s currently happening in the country. I don’t want to rush time, but I 100% look forward to 2023. What I don’t want, though, is for any of us to slide out of the 4th quarter a chaotic mess. My hopes are that we all end this year strong to prepare for what is coming in 2023.

Typically at this time, it’s not unusual to look back to what we set out to accomplish at the beginning of the year. Many of us have moved some New Year’s resolution­s and goals into our win column. For those who haven’t, not to worry; you still have sufficient time to make progress on something meaningful.

Our cover interview delves into the all-popular argument of streaming platforms eventually taking over Broadcast TV. Everyone I have had this conversati­on with has had different opinions for different reasons. One thing is sure, though; Content is King! And so, as the population ages and streaming becomes even more prevalent, broadcaste­rs must evolve. And they are doing that already - the large players in broadcast TV are getting in on the streaming game - Think Showmax and, of course, Arise Play. I believe that broadcast will be around for a while, but the clear trend shows that streaming will eventually take over.

What are you up to later today? You could try doing something different, like visiting an Art gallery, even if just to appreciate Art. We have a list of Five must-visit galleries here in Lagos. If you don’t reside in Lagos, I am sure your city does have a few interestin­g Art spots. Whatever you do, make sure to start the week exploring. Read a book, listen to a podcast, be positive, have a curious outlook and stay winning.


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