TV3 Network: Ready To Serve Ghanaians Better
TV3 Network, one of Ghana’s vibrant Television stations, has declared its readiness and willingness to serve the people of Ghana and international folks with its new set of modified programmes and news coverage.
This was disclosed by the Brands Manager of TV3, Mr. Felix Dontoh, last week in Accra during a forum with editors dubbed: “TV3 Screening for 2014”.
According to the brands manager, the aim of the ‘screening’ was to inform the station’s viewers and Ghanaians as a whole about the new programmes and the others which have been modified to bring more satisfaction.
“We do not want the programmes to come as a surprise to our viewers, therefore the need to inform them first through this screening,” he said.
He disclosed that TV3 had done a lot of research to find out what Ghanaians want to watch on TV, and the kind of programmes companies would want to advertise with.
Mr. Dontoh stated that the programmes aired by the station had been put into three segments – Women, Kids, and Teens – to bring more exciting time to Ghanaians. This, he said, would also offer unique opportunities to companies which seek to place advertisements on the TV network, to know which programme and time would be suitable to reach the target audience.
He said the programmes had been blended with both local and foreign contents for all women – housewives, and the working class – to offer all kinds of programmes revolving around entertainment, life lessons, home keeping, and many others to them.
The TV3 Brands Manager said the kids programme would enhance children’s memory by keeping them smarter, happier and brighter in school with the kind of ‘learn and play’ package that the station has put in place for them.
Touching on the teen category, he said that programmes which would make the teenagers learn and have fun with their peers, have been arranged for them.
Mr. Dontoh also said that more airtime had been given to the network’s reality shows such as Ghana’s Most Beautiful; Talented Kids; Celebrations; The Pulpit; and Ghana’s Strongest.
He said TV3 would do well to continue to remain the ‘house of storytelling’ in the industry, and he happily announced that “there will be no dull moment with TV3 in 2014”.
Mr. Augustus Dickson, General Manager of TV3, in a brief remark said the network would not relent on its efforts to bring only the best to Ghanaians, and also to continue being the leader in the television industry in Ghana.
He called on all Ghanaians to remain glued to TV3 to benefit from the good things the station has to offer.
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