TV3 outdoors news studios

Tv3  new studio.TV3 Network Limited has outdoored its ultra-modern news studio with the aim of providing quality news coverage to its viewers.

The studio comes with three different sets to host programmes, and an adjourning interviewing space which can accommodate a minimum of three people.

It also has a jib arm for better shots at great distances, both vertically and horizontally, and equipped with an interactive screen that can take videos and respond to touch.

The studio also boasts of two video walls (6×6 and 3×3) which are able to take feed from outside the studio.

The UN Secretary-Generals Special Representative for West Africa and the Sahel,  Dr. Mohammed Ibn Chambas,  who  was the  guest of honour at the grand opening,  noted that TV3 had continued to set the pace  for  the  media, especially  in the  area of  broadcasting.

He  urged the media  to abstain from hate speeches and have a high sense of responsibility by  promoting  peace on their platforms, saying  “words are swords and  when uttered carelessly  can maim or kill.”

According to Dr. Chambas, the world was looking up to Ghana to conduct peaceful elections, having conducted six successful elections.

He called on Ghanaians to support the security agencies to carry out their duties of protecting lives and property professionally.

Dr. Chambas said he was impressed with the preparedness of the Electoral Commission towards the upcoming elections, and said the United Nations (UN), Economic Community of West African  States (ECOWAS) and the African Union (AU) would continue to support the effort of the country  to consolidate peace in the country.

Mr. John German, the Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Media General said the station was poised to be the employer of choice in Africa and beyond by promoting excellence among its workers.

“We will position Media General as a platform to take Ghana beyond its boundaries. We have great plans ahead and this is just the beginning”, he said.

The Board Chairman of the station, Kojo Yankah observed that the media still had a long way to go in terms of upholding the ethics of the profession and called for increased efforts at promoting excellence and professionalism.


By Abigail Annoh






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