The Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Group continues its media 'takeover' by capturing William Asiedu from the Graphic Communications Group, and Elleony Amande from TV3.
Multiple award-winning arts, culture and tourism journalist, William Asiedu, who recently resigned from the Graphic Communications Group, has confirmed on social media that he has now taken up a new appointment as Managing Editor of the Daily Heritage newspaper. Until the new move, William had worked his way to the top at the state-owned, Graphic Communications Group for over fifteen years.
Mr Aseidu is expected to spearhead the relaunch of the Daily Heritage a newspaper. At the time he resigned, he was a Night Editor for Daily Graphic. He has also worked with Graphic Showbiz and Mirror all under the Graphic Communications Group. William is also known for his role as one of the permanent judges for Miss Malaika beauty pageant, and his numerous passionate reports on tourism and beauty pageants in Ghana.
Meanwhile, the host of TV3's popular weekly show, Sports Station, Elleony Amande will be heading to the EIB Network acquired GHOne TV, according to sources. His exit follows news that former TV3 star presenter and news anchor, Nana Aba Anamoah has also moved to GHOne TV.
The Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Group, are operators of Starr FM, Live FM, Kasapa FM, Ultimate FM, Empire FM, GH One Entertainment Television among other media organizations.