TV AND RADIO CHANNELS GHANA
GTV - Ghana TV Channel
GTV (Ghana) is the national public broadcaster, run by the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation. It commenced operations on July 31 1965 and was originally known as GBC. It broadcast mainly local programming with over 80% of the schedule consisting of original productions.
TV3 - Ghana TV Channel
TV3 Network Limited (TV3 Ghana) is a private, free-to-air television broadcaster in Ghana which is owned by Malaysian media giant Media Prima. Launched in 1997, TV3 Ghana airs and produces a variety of television programmes including acclaimed news bulletins, dramas and successful reality television and entertainment shows, some of which are apparently based on Malaysian programmes aired by television channels under Media Prima.
GBC - Ghana TV Channel
The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) is the public broadcaster of Ghana. It is funded by broadcasting television commercials and the levying of a television licence, costing 3,000 GHC (about € 0.29).
TV3 Mentor - Ghana TV Channel
TV3 Mentor was based on the TV3's singing competition, also titled Mentor.
Metro TV - Ghana TV Channel
Metro TV has progressed to become the fastest growing private TV station in Ghana and a must–watch for viewers across the demographic divide who are discerning, active and appreciative of family oriented programming embracing values in entertainment, news, current affairs, business and sports.
Net2 - Ghana TV Channel
A new TV station known as Net2 Television is currently testing transmission in the Greater Accra region of Ghana.
Ghana Radio - Ghana Radio Station
Ghana Radio provides News and analysis on Ghana and international current events, African business, finance, politics, economy, sports and more.
GFM Radio - Ghana Radio Station
Gfmradio.com is an internet radio providing African and Caribbean music and programs in various languages presented live over the web 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Space FM - Ghana Radio Station
Citi FM - Ghana Radio Station
CITI 97.3 FM is a private radio station in Accra-Ghana. The station started operations with a 1kilowatt transmitter in August 2004, changing to a 5 kilowatt transmitter in November 2004, when it commenced commercial broadcasting.
Joy FM - Ghana Radio Station
Myjoyonline.com is Ghana's leaders in online news and information delivery. Brought to you by the Multimedia Broadcasting Corporation, Myjoyonline.com offers readers with a comprehensive online source for up-to-the-minute news, information and entertainment content.