https://journal.hmjournals.com/index.php/JMCC/issue/feed Journal of Media,Culture and Communication(JMCC) ISSN:2799-1245 2024-06-29T04:49:07+00:00 Editor in Chief editorinchief.jmcc@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>The <strong>Journal of Media,Culture and Communication(JMCC</strong>) having <strong>ISSN: 2799-1245</strong> is a double-blind, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides publication of articles in all areas of Media, Culture and Communication and related disciplines. The objective of this journal is to provide a veritable platform for scientists and researchers all over the world to promote, share, and discuss a variety of innovative ideas and developments in all aspects of <strong>Media, Culture, Communication and Social Sciences.</strong></p> https://journal.hmjournals.com/index.php/JMCC/article/view/4380 Unlocking the Potential of 5G: Innovations and Challenges in Next-Generation Telecommunication Networks in Nigeria 2024-06-19T08:45:09+00:00 Isaac John Ibanga isaacjohn@mau.edu.ng karnilius Gideon Fwah isaacjohn@mau.edu.ng Bamidele Onibode isaacjohn@mau.edu.ng <p>This study investigates the unlocking of 5G potential, focusing on innovations and challenges in next-generation telecommunication networks within Nigeria. Three research questions guided the study, employing a survey research design. The study population consisted of 38 respondents, comprising 17 Technical Unit Heads from the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and 21 Heads of Telecommunication and Innovation Units from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) across six regional offices in Nigeria. Due to the small population size, the entire population was included, eliminating the need for sampling. Data collection utilized a structured questionnaire developed by the researchers, titled "Innovations and Challenges in Fifth-Generation Telecommunication Networks Questionnaire (ICFTNQ)," achieving a reliability index of 0.87 through the Cronbach Alpha reliability method. Mean statistics were utilized to address the research questions. The findings revealed the significant enhancements brought by 5G to telecommunication infrastructure in Nigeria, particularly in speed, reliability, innovation, and economic development. Key innovative strategies crucial for 5G deployment were identified, including network optimization, collaboration, infrastructure development, and regulatory support. The study recommends collaborative efforts among government, industry stakeholders, and international partners to overcome challenges and establish a robust foundation for successful 5G deployment in Nigeria.</p> 2024-06-19T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Authors https://journal.hmjournals.com/index.php/JMCC/article/view/4426 The Use of YouTube Platform in Supporting Learning Motivation of Communication Science Students of Universities Nigeria Jakarta in 2020 2024-06-29T04:49:07+00:00 Adiza Resty Purwaningtyas AdizaRestyPurwaningtyas_1410620080@mhs.unj.ac.id K. Y.S. Putri kinkinsubarsa@unj.ac.id Marisa Puspita Sary marisapuspita@unj.ac.id <p>The presence of increasingly advanced technology certainly makes it easier for people to fulfill their daily needs. Technological developments are accompanied by the emergence of new media as a center or forum for public information in a country. Technological developments encourage community civilization by making the internet and social media as a unified whole, with the aim of using new public spaces for the community. Social media provides many changes and impacts on its users. Youtube is a social media that is in great demand by the public in the current era. This study aims to take a deeper look at how platform Youtube plays a role in helping the learning process and increasing students' learning motivation. By using a descriptive qualitative approach and data collection methods in the form of interviews with the subject of this research, namely the students of Communication Studies at the State University of Jakarta in 2020. This research resulted in several findings from the facts presented by the informants. The big picture of these findings can be concluded into two discussions, the first is that students as the younger generation are very familiar with social media, especially Youtube. Second, platform is very dominant in helping to increase student learning motivation.</p> 2024-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Authors