Ghanaian Minister of Labour and Co-operatives, Dr. Bruce-Kenush, opened an audience survey for radio and?
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Background: Ghanaian Minister of Labour and Co-operatives, Dr. Bruce-Kenush, opened an audience survey for radio and television in Tema on Tuesday (28 September).
About 100,000 houses are likely to be visited by research workers in the course of the survey, which will assess the markets for Ghana's entertainment and current affairs programmes.
SYNOPSIS: The Head of the Ghanaian Broadcasting Corporations's Common Services, Mr. Shang-Simpson, introduced officials taking part in Ghana's radio and television audience survey to an audience in Tema on Tuesday. The survey, which will affect about 100,000 homes in Ghana, is to be carried out in association with the University of Ghana.
The audience then heard the Acting Director-General of the Ghanaian Broadcasting Corporation announced during the opening of the survey that a new television transmitter is to be used as a stand-by for the existing one at Ajankete. he added that the latest survey was, for the first time, being carried out by Ghanaians instead of foreign personnel.
Ghana's Minister of Labour and Co-operatives, Doctor Bruce-konuah, commended the University students or taking part in the survey, and said that they were helping to prevent trouble in broadcasting rather than assist the Corporation when things did go wrong. The assembled members were then addressed by the Chairman of the meeting, Mr. G. W. Amarteifio before dispersing.