The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) has urged the Ministry of Communications to be transparent in the rolling out of Ghana’s digital broadcasting migration programme
He has consequently described the Ministry’s deal with StarTimes as dangerous for the country’s local media industry.
The call follows the disagreement between
Contributing to discussions on Joy FM’s Newsfile programme on Saturday,
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“We have a situation where a tax waiver is granted to a company that apparently is a
Adding, he said, “there is one thing that is clear and it is that there hasn’t been transparency, and there hasn’t been consensus building and going forward, I will appeal to the Ministry that it is important to engage stakeholders for stakeholders to at all
StarTimes, a Chinese media conglomerate is at the
The Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA) and some other stakeholders have warned the government against wasting money on the deal.
The Minister of Communications,