Eschew All Forms Of Apathy—Nene Adamtey Urges TV3 Staff

Nene Drolor Bosso Adamtey cutting the tape to open the facility

Nene Drolor Bosso Adamtey cutting the tape to open the facility






THE BOARD Chairman of TV3 Media Network, His Royal Majesty Nene Drolor Bosso Adamtey, has urged the staff of the Network to eschew all forms of apathy and make the most out of the heavy investments made to provide quality television services to the people.

Nene Drolor Bosso Adamtey who is also the Suapolor of The Se (Shai) traditional area made the call at a brief function held to launch the migration of the equipment of the Network from analogue to digital television at the forecourt of TV3 in Accra.

The Board Chairman said TV3 came under new management in 2010 which has necessitated several changes including the migration to digital television transmission, which, according to him, involved heavy cash inflow.

He stressed that staff would compliment this gesture of management by taking a good stance to use the equipment to provide very good services for the viewing public, adding that this would invariably increase patronage for the network as a leading television transmission station in the sub region and beyond.

Nene Drolor Bosso Adamtey who was full of praise and admiration for the successful digital migration project further urged the staff to explore the rich Ghanaian content to project these values adding that the network should set achievable goals which would rank them as good competitors of international media.

He said the provision of the digital facility coupled with staff committed to their set duties should no doubt make TV3 a hub for quality media and related training programmes for local and international community.

The CEO of TV3 Media Network, Dr. Kwaku Ofosu-Asare, said the network has come very far to merit its catch phrase, “First In News, Best in Entertainment” and would not settle for anything less.

He said the migration programme also involved capacity building for staff to manage the new equipment to the best of their ability.

Dr. Kwaku Ofosu–Asare also expressed appreciation to the site engineers, StarTime, for working hard to meet deadlines.

The Director (Operations), Augustus Dickson, conducted the Board Chairman who was accompanied by his daughter and other dignitaries round the new facility.


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