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GOtv grows its local content offering with three new channels


...As they add Adom TV, Joy News plus Joy FM 

MultiChoice Ghana is thrilled to announce the addition of three new channels on GOtv to boost the platform's local content offering in Ghana. Adom TV, Joy News and Joy FM went live on GOtv Plus and GOtv Value on the 27 August, 2015. 

Adom TV will be available on channel 96 and will offer authentic Ghanaian programming comprising of news and current affairs, movies, magazine and talk shows, sports, religious programming and a multitude of variety entertainment.  Adom TV...Yewo adze A oye!

For live breaking news and in-depth analysis, GOgetters can tune in to channel 44 for Joy News, a dedicated 24 hours news and current affairs television channel. The channel will provide informative and educational variety content, ranging from foreign news bulletins, current affairs, talk shows, documentaries and magazine shows. 

And there is more! On channel 302, GOgetters will find the popular and influential Joy FM. The radio station is available on the audio bouquet and will form part of GOtv’s extended line-up of top quality entertainment and music driven shows on offer.

Managing Director for GOtv Ghana, Mr. Cecil Sunkwa-Mills stated that, “GOtv is excited that not long after launching Fiesta TV and TV Africa on our platform, we have the opportunity to add on 3 additional quality local Ghanaian content channels. These additions are a great mix of information and entertainment for our loyal GOgetters and we look forward to adding on even more exciting Ghanaian channels in the near future”

These channels are available on the GOtv Lite platform for an annual fee of GHc99



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