- WatsUp TV, a Ghana-based entertainment show has made some giant strides
- The show has signed a deal with Guinean and Burkinabe TV stations
- The deal will see WasUp TV aired in 40 countries across Africa
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Ghana-based Pan African entertainment TV show, WatsUp TV, has broken new grounds and is set to cross borders.
According to information gathered by YEN.com.gh, the show is et to be aired in over 40 other African countries.
This follows a partnership between WatsUp TV and Guinea-based Evasion TV and 3TV in Burkina Faso.
Per the agreement, WatsUp TV's Top 10 countdown and playlist shows will be featured on Canal+'s satellite platform across the over 40 countries and seven million homes
Some of WatsUp TV's shows are expected to be made in French in order to satisfy the new Francophone audience
This initiative is expected to open the WatsUp TV's brand to a new market and presenting musicians and music promoters an opportunity to promote their content across the globe through this new platform instituted by WatsUp TV.
Abdoulaye 'ABD' Traore, CEO of WatsUp TV, in reaction to the new feat, stated that the brand is growing to become a preferred platform for music artistes to promote their songs to the whole African continent.
The show will air on Evasion TV from 31 July 2020 and will be shown on Fridays, from 3 pm to 5 pm and Sundays late-night 12:30 am to 2 am on Canal+ channel 241.
In Burkina Faso, WatsUp TV will air on Sundays 5 PM to 6 PM via 3 TV on Canal+ channel 254.
In Ghana, WatsUp TV currently airs daily and weekly on EBN Channel, TV7 and Max TV.
Some other programs to be featured on the show include WatsUp TV Official Show, It's Our Time, Fans Tweet Request, Trending News and Hot Jamz.
Artistes interested in featuring on the show or submit their videos can contact WatsUpTV to submit their videos and have a wider reach.
In other news, Angel Group boss Dr Kwaku Oteng revealed that his group of companies has a workforce of about 5,000 people.
According to him, the five thousand are those directly employed and on the payroll of his group of companies.
The millionaire further disclosed the amount he pays as salaries to these 5,000 workers is around one million Ghana cedis.
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