National Media Commission

The National Mass Media Commission is a Government of Ghana agency mandated with the responsibility of registering, regulating and monitoring the activities of media houses in Ghana.The current chairman of the commission is ace and veteran journalist, Mr Kwesi Gyan-Appenteng.

National Media Commission
Agency overview
JurisdictionGovernment of Ghana
HeadquartersAccra
Agency executive

OverviewEdit

The National Media Commission was set on July 7, 2000 by an Act of Parliament, জাতীয় গণমাধ্যম কমিশন

Act 1993, Act 449 in pursuit of the provisions of Chapter 12 of Ghana's 1992 Constitution is enjoined among others to take all measures to ensure the establishment and maintenance of the highest journalistic standards on mass media, including investigation, mediation and settlement of complaints made against or by the press or other mass media.[1]


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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "National Media Policy" (PDF). National Media Commission. Retrieved 19 December 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)