Stop threatening Anas – Group to Agyapong

6 june, 2018 / By ghanaweb.com He stresses that the social intervention programmes by the former president when he was in power are still relevant in the development of this country as no president in the fourth republic has been able to roll out such life changing social intervention programmes even though the former president…

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Hajia Hijacks Press Freedom

9 may, 2018 / By Gordon Offin-Amaniampong Freedom of speech means nothing to some people. It’s nothing to such individuals, but a piece of onion flash down the kitchen sink. If it weren’t so why would they have the gut to smack or assault journalists who are merely exercising their fourth estate duties? I call them…

Dr. Lloyd Amoah bemoans too much media freedom and too little social change

9 may, 2018 / By Zaina Adamu, Myjoyonline.com An expansion of an already-crowded media landscape has not been met with a corresponding increase in postive social and behaviourial change in Ghana, says Dr. Lloyd Amoah, Director of the Centre for Asian Studies at the University of Ghana. In a one-on-one interview with Joy FM’s Super Morning Show host,…

Ensure Ethical Standards Of News Reporting Media Charged

14 December 2017 / By Anane/Sanah, GNA Professor Kwame Karikari, Chairman, Board of Directors of the Graphic Communications Group, on Tuesday said media reportage, needs to be objective, analytical and critical. He said it was also important that the media served all sections of the society, without tendencies towards unfairness and bias. Prof. Karikari said…

Politics, Human Rights And The Media In Ghana

14 December 2017 / By Prof Kwame Karikari Politics and the mass media are as interlinked as, to borrow a local expression, the teeth and the tongue. Neither can do without the other. Since the newspaper, the first medium of mass communication, was first developed, it has always served as an instrument for the pursuit of…

NCA fine harsh, rushed and laughable – GIBA

October 2, 2017 / By Ghana| Myjoyonline & Abubakar Ibrahim, My Joy Online Vice President of the Ghana Independent Broadcasting Association (GIBA) has described as harsh and laughable, the over ¢1.2 billion fines slapped on some radio stations by the National Communication Authority (NCA). Ernest Boateng said the Authority did not give the stakeholders the opportunity…

Draconian NCA fines troubling – NDC Minority

September 29, 2017 / By Nathan Gadugah The Minority in Parliament has described as “draconian” fines slapped on defaulting radio stations by the National Communications Authority. In a statement, the group insists the action by the regulator is “troubling” and may have “grave implications for press freedom and media pluralism.” The statement comes a day after…

Shutting the door on pro-NDC press bad for our democracy

22 July, 2017 / By Abu Mubarik, Pulso.com.gh Journalists, however critical they are of the president, must not be denied access to the Flagstaff House. The foundation of any growing democracy is to have a buoyant press that speaks truth to power, no matter how awkward or detestable they are. In the United State of America,…