Live GTV Steaming, Now! Thank you, my brothers\\sisters for taking time to help in this noble course. I will keep it short and simple. I started this petition, due to my frustration with getting live TV coverage from Ghana on the internet. As you know, Ghana is hosting (Africa Cup of Nations). To my amazement, there was no foresight by the leadership of the event planners, to make the games accessible by all Ghanaians and the world. Problem: Ghanaians are scattered all over the globe today. Many places around the world do not offer any coverage of news or events happening in Ghana on their news programming. Few internet sites offering GTV coverage are not only charging premium subscription fees, they are easily overwhelmed with internet traffic during major events such Can. 2008. Many smaller nations and companies have been offering live streaming of their programming for years, as means of keeping their people connected to their issues. Live streaming of programming must become a priority for GTV immediately. Benefits: GTV has been a critical avenue for keeping Ghanaians connected to issues effecting Ghana over the years. It is time for GTV to wake-up to the advent of the internet, and its importance as an informational medium. This will not only benefit Ghanaians abroad, but those who have internet access in Ghana. During major issues of importance, such as natural disasters, live streaming will be a source of call to action of all Ghanaians, and during celebrations, those who cannot physically be present, will be able to join the occasion online, from where ever they maybe in the world. This will be a good and important additional medium for nation
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silvia, United States7 years ago
Nathaniel Kojo Anderson, Asia/Pacific Region7 years ago Comments: There are a lot of of oportunities we as Ghanaians are allowing to go by.I am equaly surprised nobody found it fit to do this.Ghana let us wake up we have what it taks to be he real Black star of Africa.
akua safo, United States7 years ago Comments: this is the 21st century, why is ghana still steeped in this mire why can't we be like other countries Please do something now!
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