He says he is the cheekiest journalist in town [According to his twitter bio]. Yes, you can feel it in his writings on his blog and pronouncements on radio. Hate him or love him, Ato Kwamena Dadzie, a totally harmless but witty journalist has carved a niche for himself in the West African country as fearless and frees his mind. Continue reading ‘Ghanaian ‘irreverent,’ witty editor charged’
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Some video making tips I consider before doing web videos. There are no hard and fast rules but following simple rules can help you come out with great videos. Enjoy!
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His dream is to develop the African version of Flickr or Facebook. His photographs epitomize the true reflection of nature and walks you through natural sceneries. Kwaku Chintoh, who is in his late 20s, began as an amateur photographer but is now revered as one of Ghana’s top tourism photographers. Continue reading ‘Meet Ghana’s rising photo whiz kid’
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Twenty-five years ago today – March 15, 1985 – the first dot-com domain name – Symbolics.com – was registered and appeared on the internet. It ushered in the commercial age of the World Wide Web. Then development was deadly slow and it took over two years for the first 100 sites to go online and by 1995, the number had grown to 18,000. Continue reading ‘Dot-com marks 25th anniversary’
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How I covered Jackson’s death for my news network:
Africa joins the rest of the world to mourn the sudden death of the King of Pop – Michael Jackson. Reports reaching AfricaNews editorial desk indicate that Jackson’s death was the major news item featured on most radio and television stations across Africa and on the front pages of top newspapers. The major headline of Nigeria’s politically dominated newspaper, This Day, said: “Africa: Grief Across the World As Michael Jackson Dies”, while Ghana’s politically oriented private newspaper – the Daily Guide – cast their headline thus: “Michael Jackson is Dead.” Continue reading ‘Africa mourns Michael Jackson’