Independent Broadcasting in Ghana: Implications and Challenges : Proceedings of the National Conference on the Promotion and Privatization of Radio and Television Broadcasting in Ghana, Held at GIMPA, Greenhill, Achimota, March 1-3, 1993
Ghana Universities Press, 1994 - Broadcasting - 129 pages
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