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Ghanaweb and Zylofon Media sign content sharing agreement

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Zylofon media group of companies and Ghanaweb have signed a joint agreement to allow these two diversified media companies to share content.

 This partnership has come at the right time when COVID 19 has become a hindrance to information gathering and sharing, as well as media buying and selling.

This long term partnership will see both companies complimenting each other’s efforts in ensuring quality and authentic content is delivered to their audience.

At the signing of the agreement on Thursday October 28, 2021, the two media giants pledged to serve their constituents with professional contents using modern tools of journalism to ensure they deliver on their mandate as gatekeepers.

The editorial team from Ghanaweb took a familiarization tour of the premises of Zylofon Media which housed Zylofon 102.1 FM, Zylofon Television, Mynewsafric.com, Zylofon Music and Elivento, an event organizing comoany.

The chief editor of Ghanaweb, Ismail Akwei described the agreement as “a great news to have partnership agreement with Zylofon Media because of the ultra-modern facilities you have. We will be showing Ghanaweb tv content on Zylofon TV soon”.

The Marketing manager of Zylofon Media Victor Wellrich on his part said sharing content with a leading online platform like Ghanaweb is heartwarming.

“The digital platform has become the future of content consumption and Zylofon (sic) is happy to reach out to its audience on the online side”.

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