Ownership of Accra-based Breeze FM has changed hands, Enewsgh.com can confirm.
The station, which started some 2 years ago, has been acquired by Groupe Nduom, the successful local business headed by Businessman/Politician Paa Kwesi Nduom. The newly acquired property will fall under its Ghana Media Group (GMG) unit, we’ve gathered.
The station Breeze 90.9 FM has been off for like a year now after presenters like Bobie Ansah, Daddy Bosco, DJ Nyammi, and DJ Yoga left.
The Breeze 90.9 FM acquisition is the Group’s second major takeover in radio in the Greater Accra Region; it operates other channels in other regions of Ghana.
Enewsgh.com can add that the new station will operate as a mass market and will share same premises with the recently acquired VOM (now Eezy 107.5 FM), Today Newspaper, and SpyderLee Entertainment at their Avenor offices in Accra.
GMG also owns the First Digital TV pay-tv service as well as a good number of commercial radio and television brands including:
Ahomka Fm (Elmina)
Enyidado FM (Awutu)
Agoro FM (Berekum)
Golden Pod (Sefwi Juabeso)
Okyeman FM (Akim Oda)
Amansan Television (First Digital TV)
BTA (First Digital TV)
Hedjorl3 online radio
Ghanaian Journal (Online newspaper)
Kasapreko FM (Wassa Akropong)
Oceean1 Tv (Elmina)
Light FM (Aflao)
Wa FM (Wa)
Ahomka Radio (UK)
Adehyi3 FM (Bibiani)
Suhupieli FM (Tamale)
Ahoto FM (Kumasi)