3Media Networks’ 3Music TV, officially launched and opened its doors on Friday 16th September 2022 in a carefully planned event with several industry players present.
One year down the line, the entertainment-focused, youth-oriented television station has warmed its way into the hearts of audiences, both in and outside Ghana, first with its flagship morning show, Culture Daily.
3Music TV has set itself apart over the months, positioning the Culture Daily morning as an upbeat, delightful, conversation-generating, industry-supportive, entertainment show.
With Culture Daily’s consistency creating top-of-mind awareness in the minds of target audience and demographics beyond and younger, 3Music TV in the past three months has onboarded three new shows - Chef It Up, Just Vibes and Game On - cooking, youthful tell-all and sports shows respectively.
To ceremonialize the first year, 3Music TV will roll out a number of on-air content and off-air driven activities in celebration with its followers and viewers.
3Music TV would like to extend heartfelt appreciation to viewers, the entertainment ecosystem, the media, clients, partners, sponsors and all who have made the first year’s journey worthwhile.
Here’s to more years of quality television as never experienced.
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