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2131Records Partners 4Syte TV To Present 4syte TV Online!
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2131 Records, a wing of the 2131Conglomerate, which is headed by Jay Foley and Jeremie have taken on the task of promoting Ghanaian music and music artistes not only on the local front but internationally by going into partnership 4syte Studios to bring 4syte TV to viewers across the world.

The partnership has birthed a new package, 4syte Online, which will have updates, pictures and episodes of 4syte TV on different websites. This move has a simple objective outlined as 4syte TV is everywhere. Website managers are thereby being asked to subscribe with 2131 Records for weekly episodes of 4syte TV.

4Syte TV which has been in operations for close to 6 years will now have its entertaining program on Radio, specifically on YFM powered by 2131 Express. The show is set to roll on the1st of June, 2012 at 7pm on YFM.

If you missed out on the weekend episode, then this radio should definitely give you a total recall. The new Radio program, dubbed 4syte Radio, will maintain its current TV hosts, Jeremie and Jay Foley. The show will equally bring listeners the hottest and exciting information just as it is on TV.

Commenting on the merger, Ignace Hego, CEO of 4syte Studios said he confidently trusts the administrative competence of 2131 and believes strongly that this partnership will create a new face to his brand.

A YouTube channel is also being arranged for viewers to relive the 4syte TV experience in a 2 to 3 min YouTube video that will recap episodes. This gives 4syte TV fans a chance to watch episodes they missed on TV.
Source: Ameyawdebrah.com

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