Accra, Nov. 23, GNA - Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education, says government recognises the capacity of the film, television, and the creative arts industry to generate jobs and, thus, was determined to support it to achieve these goals.
Accra, Oct. 16, GNA - Mr Samuel Allotey, an artist in country music, has called on musicians to venture into country music to bring some transformation in the industry for good returns.
Accra, March 24, GNA -CIMG Telecom Company of the Year, Tigo, in partnership with mobile content provider, 2CTV, have launched Tigo Mobile TV, a new service which allows customers to watch uninterrupted live television on their phones.
Accra, March 11, GNA- The rebirth of the popular television series "Inspector Bediako", has witnessed an immense turnout at its two-day audition, aimed to select suitable contenders for the renaissance of the detective series soon to hit television screens.
Accra Feb. 12, GNA – Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN), in partnership with African Movies on the GO (AMGO), has launched the Amgo App to give movie lovers the opportunity to watch their favourite movies on the go.
Accra , Oct. 4, GNA - As part of introducing Martini Rose to Ghana, Bryan Okwara, Martini Nigeria brand ambassador joined the celebration that marked Nigeria’s Independence Day in Ghana.
Highlife musician Daasebre Gyamenah has died.The musician, according to his manager Papa Loggy, passed away Friday, while he was on admission at the 37 Military Hospital.
The Airtel Harmonious Choir (AHC) stole the show at the local launch of the biggest gospel event on the Christian calendar, Airtel Adom Praiz in the offices of Airtel Ghana.
Afro-dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has expressed worry about what he describes as a craze on the part of Ghanaian media to destroy hardworking Ghanaians instead of supporting them to see them go higher.
President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bice Osei Kuffour, popularly known as Obour, has lost his mother.
Ghanaian Pop singer, Jon Germain has revealed that the main motivation behind his music is not to please people.
Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale over the weekend proved that he is still on top of his game after hundreds defied rains to be a part of his Sallah concert in Nima.
With a $170m (£130m) fortune, the singer-songwriter is ahead of Adele, who's at number nine with $80.5m (£61.9m), Madonna is in 12th spot with $76.5m (£58.8m) and Rihanna at number 13 with $75m (£57.7m).