Ghana News Agency launches new website

The Ghana News Agency (GNA), the official news agency of the country, has unveiled a new website christened ‘Labaari.com’ to provide exclusive services, informative news and exciting products to consumers.

NMC asks media to be fair and balance

Mr Kabral Blay Amihere, Chairman of National Media Commission (NMC) on Thursday asked the media to stick to the professional elements of truth, fairness, balance and equity.

Shame on State Media Daily Graphic for heralding Rape Suspect KKD!

Yesterday’s edition of The Daily Graphic sunk very low into tabloid sensationalism territory.

GBC charts new course to meet international standards

The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) has launched a double-headed anniversary marking 80 years of radio and 50 years of television broadcasting, upholding its relevance as a state broadcaster despite multiplicity of media outlets.

‘Let’s know the status of the Media Development Fund’ – Dean

Mr Andrew Edwin Arthur, Dean of Ghana’s Parliamentary Press Corps, has called for a public accountability of monies released to the Media Development Fund towards building the capacity of practitioners to enhance professionalism.

Media misconduct could spell doom for press freedom

The Right Reverend Professor Emmanuel Martey, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, has called for strong ethical and responsible media practice to safeguard national peace and security.

Mahama Congratulates Ben Ephson for Book on Elections

President John Dramani Mahama has congratulated Mr Ben Ephson, a Journalist, Author and Editor of the Dispatch newspaper for his work and publications on Ghana’s elections.

Dr Otabil advocates closer collaboration with US media

Dr Bernard Otabil, General Manager of the Ghana News Agency on Monday called for closer collaboration between the media in the United States (U.S) and the Ghanaian media, especially the Ghana News Agency (GNA), for the benefit of the two countries.

#MediaFail: Shame on Some Media Outlets for Gutter Journalism

With the stiff competition for eyeballs, ears, and advertising revenue in our current crowded media landscape, the race to be first to break exclusive stories can lead some newshounds to practice gutter journalism and worse.

Ghanaian Media must Preserve Ethics of Journalism – Says President Mahama

Citing the recent traditional media blunder of giving legitimacy to a bogus viral social media  story that tied the arrest of a suspected drug courier at Heathrow Airport to the First Family without fact-checking, President Mahama addressed the necessity of preserving ethics in journalism.
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