Rubbing shoulders with some of the country’s best sports journalists, TV3’s Thierry Nyann holds a BSc in Information Technology from Methodist University.

The Musician Union of Ghana [MUSIGA] is raising concerns over the rising incidence of obscene lyrics in music being churned out by musicians in the country.

Vodafone Ghana has handed over to management of Accra Academy Senior High School a fully stocked digital music studio as part of the package for emerging victors in the maiden edition of Vodafone Icons: High School edition.

Globe Productions’ much anticipated Mallams and Pastors stage play is set to take place at the Accra International Conference Center on June 11-12.

3FM 92.7 has introduced a refreshing Sunday afternoon musical programme dubbed Beatz Africa designed to celebrate the African continent and its rich musical culture.

TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful IX second runner-up Afariwa Dawson over the weekend launched ‘Project Eden’.

3FM’s Campus Rocks hits crescendo

Monday, 30 May 2016 09:42

3FM’s students show, Campus Rocks, has gotten students from the various tertiary institutions buzzing with its regular Friday entertainment lineup.

With nine years of experience as a broadcast journalist and news anchor at TV3 Network, Portia Gabor nee Solomon has carved a niche for herself reporting mainly on under-reported issues affecting a majority of Ghanaians.

Stand-up comedian David Oscar can now be rightly be referred to as a former comedian after reiterating that his passion has shifted to music.

Accra Academy, winners of 2015 Vodafone Icons High School Edition, have bagged a prestigious prize at the Vodafone Freezone International Musical Contest held in Volkswagen Arena in Istanbul, Turkey.