The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) on Friday celebrated its 80th anniversary, taking its listeners and its website visitors through the evolution of the station.On Friday, various programmes were done including one in Hausa language, where the National Chief Imam, Sheik Osman Nuhu Sharabutu, offered Muslim prayers for the GBC.
The Director General of GBC, Major (Retired) Albert Don Chebe, praised past directors and staff for bringing the station this far and pledged that the current generation of broadcasters would work hard to improve on set standards.
GBC is the first radio station to be established in Ghana in 1953 by Sir Arnold Hudson, then Governor of the Gold Coast which is known today as Ghana.
He was assisted by F. A. W. Byron, a British Radio Engineer, and transmission was through a rediffusion box.
GBC is seen by many Ghanaians as the pace-setter when it comes to broadcasting, training prominent many Ghanaian news readers.
Fuente Original de la Noticia: Ghana Broadcasting Corporation marks 80th anniversary – Africa – News – StarAfrica.com.
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