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Asaase Radio goes live on 100.3MHz in Cape Coast

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Asaase Broadcasting Company Ltd has begun test transmission for its latest channel that will serve audiences in the Central Region.

The new radio channel will be broadcasting on 100.3 megahertz on the frequency modulation spectrum.

Asaase Radio 100.3 megahertz (FM) will bring a blend of content that will provoke positive change, entertain, educate and inspire audiences in the Central Region.

Asaase’s programmes manager, Nana Otu-Gyandoh, said: “Our programming will bring refreshing and enchanting experiences to our Central Regional audience and to all across the globe who love to connect with content from the Central Region of Ghana.”

“We aspire to lead a pan-African drive that brings true meaning to the phrase ‘It’s Africa’s time’ and we will do this from within Ghana and affect the continent. There are exciting times ahead for our audience and partners as we work toward a future of impactful broadcasting,” said Prince Moses Ofori-Atta, the general manager of Asaase Broadcasting Company Ltd.

Asaase Radio 100.3 megahertz (FM) is expected to roll out full programming soon and will be broadcasting from the historical regional capital of the Central Region, Cape Coast.

Asaase Radio 100.3 megahertz (FM) is owned by Asaase Broadcasting Ltd, a private commercial media organisation that also operates of Asaase Radio 99.5 megahertz (FM) in Accra, Asaase Radio 98.5 megahertz (FM) in Kumasi and 123 Radio 99.7 megahertz (FM) in Tamale.

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