Network Technology Academy Institute Inc. (NTAI) is a non-profit technical school registered with the Secretary of State of Massachusetts as a non-profit corporation since 2001. It was started and is still fully owned by Axell Emmanuel and has grown from one student at that time to 60 per semester.

NTAI has the advantage of being a testing center for Certiport, CompTia, Pearson Vue, Thomson Prometric, Microsoft and Adobe. This gives us the opportunity to train students for certification. If the students dont pass the test, we will continue working with them and offer them additional training until they do finally pass.

We have also learned that patience and a strong belief in high expectations pays dividends. When it comes to certification exams, we have found that some people get it the first time and others get it the third, but all the adults who pass do equally well in performing on the job.


Cable News Network (CNN), in full Cable News Network, Inc., televisions first 24-hour all-news service, a subsidiary of Time Warner Inc. CNNs headquarters are in Atlanta.


CNN was created by maverick broadcasting executive Ted Turner as part of his Turner Broadcasting System (TBS), allegedly because industry professionals had told him it could not be done. After four years in development, CNN signed on the air June 1, 1980, with a news telecast anchored by the husband-and-wife team of Dave Walker and Lois Hart. Initially derided by its more affluent competitors as the Chicken Noodle Network because of its comparatively meagre financial resources, CNN endured an arduous struggle to earn respect in the broadcast world. Maturing and expanding along with the cable industry itself, CNN maintained a loyal following by offering what the major networks did not: full, continuous coverage of all news events, both large and small. Its mantra throughout this period was Go live, stay with it and make it important Endeavouring to accommodate its worldwide audience, CNN adopted a policy of banning such exclusionary words and phrases as foreign and here at home from its newscasts.


British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), publicly financed broadcasting system in Great Britain, operating under royal charter. It held a monopoly on television in Great Britain from its introduction until 1954 and on radio until 1972. Headquarters are in the Greater London borough of Westminster.

Anti-government protestors gesture during a rally
in Bangkok on 6 March, 2014.

The British Broadcasting Company, Ltd., was established in 1922 as a private corporation, in which only British manufacturers were permitted to hold shares. In 1925, upon recommendation of a parliamentary committee, the company was liquidated and replaced in 1927 by a public corporation, the British Broadcasting Corporation.

A Ukrainian serviceman (rear) looks at uniformed
men, believed to be Russian servicemen, standing
guard at a Ukrainian military base in a village
outside Simferopol, Crimea, 6 March 2014.

By the early 21st century the service broadcast in more than 40 languages to roughly 120 million people worldwide.


Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) is the National Television Network, for the people of Nigeria. Its key function is to provide as a public service in the interest of Nigeria, independent and impartial television broadcasting for general reception.

Nigerian Television Authority began broadcasting on 31 October 1959 under the name Western Nigerian Government Broadcasting Corporation (WNTV) it was based in Ibadan and was the first television station in Tropical Africa other Northern parts of Africa already had a television station.