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Programmes Manager of Global FM, Egypt Kobla Kudoto, also enlightened participants extensively on Media House Ethics and Etiquette. He pointed out a myriad of unhealthy practices that media practitioners usually engage in, which either affect general productivity of workers or ultimately lead to the collapse in the outfit as a whole. For him, the best orientation one can ever have, as a media practitioner, is the fact that ‘I am because you are.’ By this, everyone needs to recognize the crucial role that each person plays, and learn to keep a healthy inter-personal relationship in the office.
Veteran GBC broadcaster, Nana Egyiriba Turkson, and the celebrated Pascaline Adadevor of GBC fame, in their exquisite musical voices as always, practically schooled participants on the basic principles of English grammar as well as News Casting in general. A good newscaster, for Nana Turkson, is one that is always a part of news generation and preparation. This, in addition to having good command over the language of delivery, make a newscaster well-rehearsed and in tune properly with the material to be delivered. “As a newscaster, your composure must be right and you should be in full control of your emotions. To be called a good newscaster, one should not merely read out the news item, but cast it. This then means that you must necessarily put yourself into the bulletin and talk it as such,” she said.