Information Minister and Member of Parliament for Ofoase Ayiribi, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has been hit with sad news as his long term friend has passed away. The information Minister announced has announced the passing away of the President of the Advertisers Association of Ghana (AAG). Mr. Torgbor Mensah until his death was the President of the Advertisers Association of Ghana.
Popular Peace FM Kookrokoo morning show host Kwame Sefa Kaye has been ordered by the National Media Commission to humbly go on his knees and apologise to Mr Yao Amegashie the former Chief Executive Director for DVLA. Failure to apologise means he is likely to lose his licence with the National Media Commission ( NMC).
Please click on the follow button on your top right corner to follow me for more articles. Source; Graphic Online Ghanaian media personality, Kwame Sefa Kayi of Peace FM morning show host has been issued with a directive by the National Media Commission(NMC) to apologise for making false allegations against the former Chief Executive Director for DVLA, Mr Yaw Amegashie, or lose his media licence.
When a Television station breaches the code of conduct of journalism and that of the National Media Commission, they face penalties with severe ones been closed Down. It's However unclear the Looming punishment for Multimedia's ADOM TV as the National Media Commission have finally spoken on their unethical showing of an Alleged video of President Akuffo Addo taking money. The National Media Commission Condemns the station and indicated that they Have not been fair with the Presidency. Because responsible journalism
At any rate 49 TV slots in Ghana are expected to be closed down.Ghana's Minister for Communications and Digitalization, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, declared this known in a post on her authority Facebook page.As per her post located by African Entertainment, "NCA closing down 49 illicitly Operating TV stations."
The Minister of information Kojo Oppong Nkrumah today visited the Ghana broadcasting corporation The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) wants to digitize.Last year, with support from donor partners we provided them with new equipment and various logistics to help improve their look on our screens.On his working visit to the Corporation today, he announced plans by Government to asisst them restructure their activities and to make them more relevant in our current dispensation.
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In the wake of the sad Kasoa murder, there's been talk about one of the causes of kids feeling they need money at all costs, ie, TV programs openly touting get-rich schemes, money doublers and spiritualists promising quick money.
The recent story of Kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana has not been pleasant for the entire nation.Reports after reports indicate how the once vibrant city is now becoming a haven for rituals and quick money-making.
Over the weekend news broke of a police assault on Citi FM’s Umaru Sanda. According to the versatile reporter it was a normal morning when he was stopped by the Police to be searched. According to him the squad of police initially prevented him from even filming the process of searching. According to Umaru Sanda who spoke to Kojo Yankson today, January 4, 2021 on Joy FM’s ‘Super Morning Show’, he videoed because he didn’t want to miss anything with regards to the search. He was later allowed to film.
Over the weekend news broke of a police assault on Citi FM’s Umaru Sanda. According to the versatile reporter it was a normal morning when he was stopped by the Police to be searched. According to him the squad of police initially prevented him from even filming the process of searching. According to Umaru Sanda, the police verbally and physically assaulted him and he has reported the issue to the police. He also mentioned that he will file a complaint to the National Media Commission and also consider a civil
On our Televisions today what people are complaining about is the advertisement of Money rituals, Double money, Ring money, occult groups, Blood money and it's kind.
The case of the two teenagers who murdered a 10 years old boy in Kasoa has been in the news for some days now and Ghanaians are expressing their displeasure on the issue, and many people as asking why the National Media Commission and National Communication Authority hasn't come against
Joke artist Waris has been seen in a video mourning the viral story of the homicide of a little fellow in Kasoa for supposed ceremonial purposes.
Sulemana Braimah, Executive Director of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), believes the National Media Commission (NMC) bears a significant duty to absolve itself of any blame in the current assault on journalists. His remark came after National Security operatives detained and assaulted Citi FM Journalist Caleb Kudah on Tuesday, May 11, for filming state vehicles on the National Security Ministry's premises.
The chairman of the National Media Commission (NMC), Yaw Boadu has argued over claims that the recent killing that took place at Kasoa is as a result of television stations allowing spiritualists to advertise themselves.
The Chairman of the National Media Commission Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh has dropped a surprising massage to all Ghanaians.According to Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh parliament has to approve on the Broadcasting Bill for the National Media Commission to enforce.
What are the National Media Commission (NMC), and the National Communication Authority (NCA) doing about contents that are aired on our local televisions and radio stations?
The National Communications Authority (NCA) says it has embarked on an exercise to shut down 49 television (TV) stations for operating without authorisations.This forms part of a continuous monitoring exercise conducted on various Satellite Free-to-Air Television platforms using the Broadcast Monitoring System (BMS) and the Radio Spectrum Monitoring System (RSMS).
Few weeks ago Ghanaians took to social media to call on the government to enact laws to regulate the kind of contents that are being aired on our various Media platforms. This call came after two sixteen year old boys killed a ten year old boy for money rituals. The good news coming from information minister suggest that meeting are already in progress to regulate the contents being shown on the media stations. Today the minister of information together with other stakeholders chalked significant success towards