FRANCIS DOKU APPOINTED NEW GENERAL MANAGER OF TV3
Management of Media General, Ghana’s leading media company has this morning Friday 29th May 2020 announced new appointments and changes in its management team effective 1st June 2020.
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Francis Doku, a career media professional as well as a consummate marketing communications specialist with almost two decades hands-on experience in media strategy, planning, buying and brands communication has been appointed as the new General Manager of TV3 Network, the nation’s number one television platform.
Mr. Doku has almost two decades of experience in journalism out of which he has been writing a column on radio and television related subjects for a decade and half. He is focused on developing the best marketing solutions for clients using his in-depth knowledge of the media landscape and its effect on brands and communication. Francis previously served as General Manager of Digital and MG Radio at Media General.
Micheal Oti-Adjei who is currently the Group Head of Sports will assume the role of General Manager, Digital. Afeafa Nfojoh, the current Head of Production of Adesa Production Limited will take over the vacant role of General Manager, Adesa Production Limited.
Head of News Planning and Research, Sedem Ofori takes on the position of General Manager, News, and Abraham Asare assigned as the acting General Manager of MG Radio.
The appointed managers all come on board with a wealth of experience in their areas of expertise and are expected to champion a revolution to strengthen the group’s lead in the industry and make it Africa’s leading Media company.
Kwesilive has been a media enthusiast since childhood. He is also an entertainment critic, writer and a Radio show host. His media career began in 2009 when he featured on 'Nhyira FM's' 'Kiddie Sports' before volunteering for kumasionline.net, Sweet Melodies FM and Radio Univers.