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e-TV Ghana 'Reloads' Its Programs
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e-TV Ghana is set to excite its viewers with a new line-up starting this October. The line-up includes new programs like Y-TV, Star Talk and Wats-Up TV.

Existing programs like “The late Night Celebrity Show” will now have two new faces, Giovanni Caleb and Vanessa Gyan and “Awake” has new segments introduced to spice up the award winning show. One of the Stations flagship programs, WWE , also makes it unto the 6pm-10pm prime time belt with branded segments on different days.

According to Naomi Nelson, Head of Corporate Communications at Global Media Alliance, owners of the station, “These changes are coming at the back of a lot of consumer and client insights and research. Our viewers and sponsors are the backbone of our station. Through a lot of focus Group discussions, they have told us what they want to see on the station”.

Y-TV features the celebrity line-up of presenters and activities of sister station, YFM. Friday Night With Foster, which incidentally has been nominated for an award, can now be watched at 8:30pm on Fridays.

e.tv Ghana is a free-to-air commercial television channel aimed at bringing the best television experience to Ghanaians through quality entertainment. The TV station was born out of a partnership between Global Media Alliance and Sabido Group, parent company of e.tv South Africa, the largest English-medium channel in South Africa. e.tv envisions becoming the market leader in West Africa, by providing premium quality television services and e.tv Ghana is fully aligned to this goal.

Viewers can access more information on the new programs and others at www.etvghana.com

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