Award-winning broadcast journalist Kwabena Adu-Gyamfi according to close sources recently moved to Lyon, the headquarters of Euronews in France to start his new role as a bilingual multimedia journalist on the Africanews desk.
Africanews is a pan-African multilingual 24 -hour international television channel, Property of Euronews SA.
Kwabena Adu-Gyamfi left his role as a broadcast journalist with Ghana’s first private television station TV3 in 2018 to further his studies in the UK after working with the media conglomerate for 4 years.
He has since been in Sheffield in England where he completed a master’s degree in digital media management at the Sheffield Hallam University where he graduated with a Distinction last November.
Over the period, he successfully managed social media accounts for corporate clients as a free-lancer while also co-managing a YouTube channel; Abenakwabenatv, which provided content on studying and living abroad for its international students’ audience.
He will be managing online content as well as supervising all social media platforms for the news channel.
Kwabena Adu-Gyamfi joins the list of Ghanaians who have exceptionally left a mark at the Euronews including a former metro tv star, Ignatius Annor as well as tv3 staff, Juliet Bawuah and Narkwor Kwabla.
He brings on board his years of experience in excellent storytelling and news reporting skills, visual editing, graphic designing, and digital media management.
Euronews is a French, pan-European television news network, headquartered in Lyon, France. Its Europe’s leading international news channel, providing news with European perspective to a worldwide audience through 12 cross-platform editions, of which 9 with distinct TV channels.