The multimedia Group underlined its credentials as the most authoritative media organization in the country when it was adjudged the Media Organisation of the Year 2016 at the CIMG Awards Night, Saturday.
The Station’s Assisting Editor with Joy FM, Seth Kwame Boateng also picked one of two CIMG President’s Special Awards to crown an awesome night for the media giants.
Its reporters, editors including Manasseh Azure Awuni, Seth Kwame Boateng, Malik Abass Daabu, Afia Pokua, Erastus Asare Donkor, Kwadwo Asare Baffuor Acheampong, Ohemeng Tawia etc in the most courageous way sought accountability from public officers without any fear or favour.
At the risk of their lives, the reporters covered stories including the infamous Ford scandal, involving no less a person than the former president, John Mahama, GYEEDA and Woyome Scandals, stories which grabbed national attention for months.
And when the chips were down in the elections, the station affirmed its enviable authority in election coverage when Evans Mensah called the elections in favour of the then candidate Nana Akufo-Addo– a call which the EC had to confirm at least 24 hours later.
Any wonder the group was adjudged the CIMG Media Organisation of the Year 2016?
The Multimedia Group a media giant, made up of six radio stations- Joy FM, Adom FM, Hitz FM, Luv FM Nhyira FM, Asempa FM- one TV and online networks, Multi TV and Adomonline and Myjoyonline.com respectively has over the years built a reputation of excellence.
Apart from boldly thrusting the recorders and cameras in the faces of powerful officials, the station gives audience to the poor and vulnerable who have little or no voice.
On the night when it won the most important CIMG Award in the media category, it will not be out of place to say congratulations to the Multimedia Group. Would it?