The fiercely competitive radio landscape in Ghana is set to get even more exciting with the news that ace sports broadcaster Yaw Ampofo Ankrah is returning on radio after the long break.
It is understood that Ampofo Ankrah is joining Max FM and TV; would be in charge of revamping and injecting new zeal into sports events, content, marketing and strategy.
However, IMAX Media Group is currently undergoing a total overhaul and rebranding have seal a deal with the former BBC man who is expected to make an immediate impact.
This portal, www.mediafillasgh.com can confirm the President of Ghana Beach Soccer Association has been given a free hand to effect the necessary boost and change of image the station seeks to establish.
With this high profile capture, it is safe to say that Max FM has ambitions of becoming a credible voice in Ghana broadcasting.
Formerly of Kwese TV, he previously worked with Joy FM, BBC and Radio XYZ.
The multi talented Ampofo Ankrah brings to the table, a repertoire of experiences as a renowned sports broadcaster, communicator and a very huge following among the sports fraternity.
IMAX Media Group has grown into becoming a leading electronic media brand in Ghana, having under its wings the number one terrestrial sports network, MAX TV, a local language (Twi) entertainment channel, ADEPA TV, which is currently on the StarTimes platform, and MAX FM with operations in Accra and Takoradi.
An important member of the IMAX Media Group is StarTimes, the Chinese pay satellite television service which runs an ‘Over The Top’ (OTT) Mobile Live TV App streaming platform with over three million subscriber base.
IMAX Media Group (IMG) has Maxwell Techie as its President and CEO with Fadi Fattal as the Group Director, responsible for Business Development, Sales & Marketing, Events and Promotions.
Source: Evans Ofori/www.mediafillasgh.com