Pan-African entertainment TV Channel, WatsUp TV has added another broadcasting platform to extend its viewership across Africa as a digital and satellite channel.
The channel which is available on Digital via the DVB-T2 platform with the frequency 602000 in Ghana & is also now available on Satellite IS28 @32.8 Degrees East Frequency: 11015 Polarity: Vertial(V) Symbol Rate: 30000 across Africa.
Speaking on this new platform, ABD Traore mentioned that the move to launch on the satellite platform was because of the numerous requests from fans of the channel from across the continent and their anticipation to enjoy and patronize entertaining continent on TV.
To access the channel across Africa, viewers are to rescan their television set with satellite dishes.
WatsUp TV also continues to broadcast as a TV show on various TV Channels in Ghana, Burkina Faso & Guinea with outreach to 44 countries via Canal+.
WatsUp TV’s content is specially made for the bilingual pan African community with all things trendy, entertaining and informative for the yearning youth market within Africa and beyond.
In the past six years, WatsUp TV has expanded from Ghana to France, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Guinea and now across Africa through their satellite platform,
Launched in 2014 as a TV show, WatsUp TV has grown to become a fully-fledged 24 hours TV channel. With several accolades to their name, they have chalked a lot of success in hosting concerts, winning awards, publishing a magazine and organizing a Music Video Awards for musicians in Africa.
WastUp TV currently boast of almost 300,000 followers across social media which register the fan base and viewers they broadcast to.
Joseph Kobla Wemakor is a multiple award-winning freelance journalist, a blogger and ardent online news editor. He also doubles as a human rights activist, a youth leader, a climate change proponent and a sustainable development goals advocate in Ghana.
He has over a decade of experience in journalism and strongly believes in using his platform to bring about change and give a voice to Ghanaian minorities.
Joseph is also the Head, Media and Communication at the PLO Lumumba Foundation, Ghana Chapter as well as the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Greater Accra Regional Youth Network (GARYN).
In line with his passion as a human rights activist, Joseph set up the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG). This is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) which seeks to promote, defend and bring an end to human rights abuse against women, girls, children and persons living with disability including the marginalized in the society both within and out of Ghana. He also leads HRRG in the capacity of Executive Director and currently working assiduously to impart knowledge on human rights to the Ghanaian populace.