Ghana’s Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has revealed that the government is in chats with international (TV) platforms to host more Ghanaian TV channels.
The proposition is pointed toward expanding the entrance of Ghanaian media to international business sectors and broadcast Ghanaian contents internationally.
Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said, this is essential for the government’s arrangements to grow international viewership of privately created TV contents and gain a bigger worldwide crowd for Ghanaian TV stations.
As indicated by the Information Minister, government of Ghana believes this will help Ghana’s investment and vacationer potential and open doors in global advertising.
The move by Ghana, was made known to the media during the delivery party of CNBC Africa’s Greatest Star Documentary Film about Ghana on Tuesday, March 15.
The arrangement would also support the commodity of Ghana’s media content to the foreign market and the development of the global market share of the overall industry of local TV stations.
The Information Minister said there were a large group of benefits the nation remain to acquire should Ghanaian media content come to the international scene.
As a result, Mr Oppong Nkrumah, has encouraged media houses in Ghana, to also produce quality contents that will advertise the nation’s opportunities and potentials to local and international audience.