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Multichoice Ghana, a leading international television company and operators of DStv and GOtv in Ghana, threw a party for some journalists and media practitioners at the Marvels Mini-Golf club in Accra to herald the Christmas festivities.
The annual end of year party put together by the company on Friday, December 7, 2018, brought together over fifty journalists and media practitioners who ply their trade at different levels of the media landscape in Ghana, including editors, show producers, show hosts, presenters, creative writers, among others.
The lively event saw the members being treated to good food and good music. The atmosphere was fun-charged as the invitees got engaged in Mini-golf games, musical chairs among others. Some lucky ones went home with assorted prizes ranging from DStv Explorer Decoder set, DStv and GOtv branded bags and spectacles as well as other specialized Multichoice branded items.
Welcoming the journalists to the occasion, the Director of Communications for MultiChoice Ghana, Nii Armah Dagadu, said the company wanted to show appreciation to the journalists and the practitioners for the support they have been giving to the company through their various mediums of information dissemination.
He said MultiChoice found personalities in the media fraternity as its close allies in the information and entertainment world where it continues to lead the television space with the introduction of cutting edge technology to enhance their service delivery to subscribers.
MultiChoice Africa Limited is Africa’s pioneer pay TV provider, having launched the first digital satellite service in the 1980s. It provides multi-channel digital pay television services containing channels from Africa, America, China, India, Asia, and Europe.
MultiChoice Ghana in partnership with MultiChoice Africa has grown its business in Ghana with pride by offering subscribers with quality and wide range entertainment choices, including over 90 video channels, 10 radio channels and 20 DMX music channels, 24 hours a day.
The company aims to give subscribers in Ghana high quality, locally tailored entertainment as DStv is proud of its reputation for being an African product, firmly rooted in the continent’s success.
Source: Clement Akoloh||Africanewsradio.com