Pan African entertainment TV show, WatsUp TV has announced a partnership with Guinea Evasion TV and Burkina Faso’s 3 TV , to extend its content onto the Canal+ platform thereby extending their viewership to over 40 countries and 7 million homes on the satellite platform.
The shows which will be produced and aired in French for the Francophone audience will feature a Top 10 countdown show and WatsUp TV playlist.
This initiative is expected to open the WatsUp TV’s brand to a new market and presenting musicians and music promoters an opportunity to promote their content across the globe through this new platform instituted by WatsUp TV.
Commenting on this historic feat, Abdoulaye “ ABD “ Traore, CEO of WatsUp TV remarked that, the brand is growing to become a preferred platform for music artistes to promote their songs to the whole African continent.
The show will air on Evasion TV from 31st July, 2020 and will be shown on Fridays, 3pm to 5pm and Sundays late night 12:30 am to 2 am on Canal+ channel 241.
In Burkina Faso, WatsUp TV will air on Sundays 5PM to 6PM via 3 TV on Canal+ channel 254. In Ghana, WatsUp TV currently airs daily and weekly on EBN Channel, TV7 and Max TV.
Some other programs to be featured on the show include: WatsUp TV Official Show, Its Our Time, Fans Tweet Request, Trending News and Hot Jamz.
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.