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GOtv continues to grow its local content with YFM and Joy Prime

MultiChoice Ghana is thrilled to announce the addition of YFM (Channel 303) and Joy Prime (Channel 100) on the GOtv platform. The two channels will be available from the 26th November 2015 at 9:00 AM.

YFM, a member of the Global Media Alliance, is one of the most listened to urban,“young” music and entertainment radio stations in Accra, with popular award winning shows like; “Rise & Shine”, the “Y-Lounge” and the ultimate weekend party starter – “Party Pressure”.  The station is now available in Accra, Takoradi and Kumasi  with spill-overs in Tema , parts of  Volta, Eastern and Central Regions of Ghana and in other cities that have GOtv signals.

Joy Prime, a digital TV station with the MultiMedia Group, provides 24 hours of non-stop entertainment programmes ranging from award winning series and telenovelas  like “Mama Eko” & award winning Asian series “I Do”, movies- local and international produced, reality, lifestyle and game shows.

Over the last few months GOtv Ghana has been steadily increasing its local content offering by adding on exciting local channels. The channels which have been recently launched include;  
GTV, TV3, Metro, Viasat 1, Fiesta, TV Africa, Joy News, Adom TV, Joy FM and e.TV Africa.

GOtv currently has two bouquets; GOtv Plus and GOtv Value


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