e.TV Ghana has confirmed that it will be telecasting this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) live from the Accra International Conference Centre. The event, slated for May 7, is touted as the biggest event in the country by industry watchers and artistes.Speaking about the live telecast of the VGMA on e.TV Ghana, Head of Corporate Communications and Brands Marketing at Global Media Alliance Broadcast Company (GMABC), operators of e.TV, Kwame Gyan stated that e.TV Ghana has partnered with Charterhouse Productions, the organizers of the Ghana Music Awards to telecast live the prestigious award event to its viewers.
“Our viewers can catch VGMA 2016 live on e.TV come Saturday May 7 in the comfort of their homes or wherever they may be. e.TV is presently working on boosting its signals and I believe viewers in quite a number of areas within the Greater Accra region will attest to the improved signals. Additionally our technicians are on the ground in Kumasi and Takoradi to make viewer experience enjoyable. We are also accessible on GoTV and we are happy all of these improvements are coinciding with Ghana’s biggest musical event”, Kwame Gyan said.
The VGMA is an annual music event that brings a host of artistes, celebrities and personalities under one umbrella to celebrate Ghanaian music and reward the efforts of musicians in Ghana.
The 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is sponsored by Vodafone, supported by Star Beer, Mentos, CAPP (Pisen), Furniture City, Airport View Hotel, Kempinski Hotel and powered by Charterhouse.
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