Story By: Ruben Kwabla Amenyedor “I must prefer the noisy, posteriors, sometimes callous media of today to the monotonous praise singing, sycophantic of yester-years.” Ghana’s president Nana  Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo retorted to the silent questions on the minds of many journalists as they anxiously wait for his address at the...
Story By: Anne Amegbeha Artistic freedom has become one of the challenges of the digital media in the last few decades. It has even become a very critical topic of interest especially in a time where the internet has become useful in journalism. Being one of the topics discussed at a...
Story By:  Lelugnim Tokinai & Lily Cox-Skall The parallel session 3 of the World Press Freedom Day was about the joint launch UNESCO report on the "WORLD TRENDS IN FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND MEDIA DEVELOPMENT " and the "RE/SHAPING CULTURAL POLICIES" . Alternately, the speakers give their view points about the...
By:Eugene Agyei Brown Ghana’s Minister of Information, Dr. Mustapha Hamid has asked journalists and media owners be careful with the kind of reportage they put out to the public, in this way, they will not sacrifice the ‘future of their societies for tomorrow’s headlines.’ Delivering the welcome address at the opening...
Story By Emmanuel Mylo Dadzie The Deputy Minister for Information in Ghana, Mr. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said that the Right To Information (RTI) Bill when passed must be coupled with diligence and hard work from journalists before any concrete achievement can be realized. He made this known when he visited the...

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