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ETV Ghana has once again opened admissions for young men and women who are desirous of being trained as professional broadcasters to apply and partake in the next edition of the e. Academy training programme. This is part of the station’s vision towards increasing the number of competent media professionals it trains each year to fill various positions in the industry.

The e.Academy Training School is a professional media institution established by e.TV Ghana to practically train students in various departments in TV and radio broadcasting. It is a two months practical training experience that makes the student equipped for the broadcast job market.

According to Fati Shaibu-Ali, Coordinator of e.Academy, “our aim is to train budding talents and give practical experience that is lacked in traditional institutions,” adding that, “over 200 students have been trained since the inception of e.Academy in 2015.”

We also provide all students with internship opportunities in our sister media stations after the completion of their course, Fati stated.

Some of the courses which the new edition of the e.Academy programme will offer include; TV presenting, sound engineering, radio presenting, events management, news reporting and others.

For more information on the admission processes, visit or call 020-2222098

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