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Aya Morrison Goes E-commerce on June 30

Ghanaian based fashion house Aya Morrison on Monday, June 30th will launch its brand new E-commerce site at http://www.ayamorrison.com. Aya Morrison is a chic, sexy & fashionable line of women’s RTW clothing, print-inspired beachwear/resort wear, fashion handbags & accessories.

www.ayamorrison.com will not only be a place for customers to shop but will serve as a communications and information platform, keeping customers and potential customers up-to-date with events, give-aways, updates and more.

With the fashion industry constantly changing, Aya Morrison, through research, has decided to adapt to the ever-changing fashion industry and give its customers & potential customers worldwide, a closer reach and even more variety

Helena Aidoo-Morrison, CEO & creative director of Aya Morrison notes that “Aya Morrison is not just another fashion clothing label. It is sexy, feminine, fun, ‘young but mature’, fashionable & edgy.

However, you can still dress it down & it can take you from day to night especially for girls on the go like me. They are affordable and unique – from our beachwear to our apparel; we always give the Aya Morrison woman something trendy for her closet” Continue reading Aya Morrison Goes E-commerce on June 30

Full List of Nominees for the Media and Broadcasting Awards 2013

Nominees List Media and Broadcasting Awards 2013 :

1. Media Entrepreneur of the Year – This award will go to the media entrepreneur who has demonstrated exceptional media entrepreneurship skills in 2013. Criteria includes the adoption of best practices for media businesses, the introduction of innovative business models that are ethical, creation of high value jobs, the provision of resources to support high quality media and broadcasting, investment in capacity building and training for media practitioners among others.

 1. Mr. Kwesi Twum (Multimedia Group)
2. Mr. Osei Kwame Despite (Despite Group of Companies)
3. Mrs. Stella Wilson -Agyapong (Kencity Media)
4. Mr. Edward Boateng (Global Media Alliance)

2. Radio Programme of the Year – This award will be presented to the radio programme that makes the most measurable contribution to specific social causes. The winning radio programme is identified as the force behind a high-impact social change.

  1. Nsem Pii (Happy FM)
  2. Super Morning Show (Joy FM)
  3. Kokroko (Peace FM)
  4. Boiling Point (Oman FM)

3. Television Programme of the Year – This award will be presented to the television programme that makes the most measurable contribution to specific social causes. The winning television programme is identified as the force behind a high-impact social change.
1. Good Evening Ghana (Metro TV)
2. The Stand Point (GTV)
3. The Challenge (GH One)
4. News 360 (TV3)

4. New Media Practitioner of the Year – This award will be presented to an exceptional blogger or online journalist whose work made the most significant contribution to society in 2013. The winning journalist would have leveraged the internet and social media to educate, inform or entertain in a unique way.

  1. Ameyaw Debrah (ameyawdebrah.com)
  2. Adventuresfrom.com
  3. Ato Kwamina Dadzie (atokd.com) 4. Kajsa Hallberg Adu (kajsaha.com)

5. General News Media House of the Year – The General News Media House of the Year will be the Media House with the most complete and comprehensive coverage of news from around the country. This Media House will have provided the most varied and accurate news content in the year under review.

  1. Daily Graphic
  2. TV3
  3. Peace FM
  4. Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

6. Print Media House of the Year – This award will be presented to the print media house that focused the spotlight on pertinent national issues with a view to inform, educate and cause action.

  1. The Finder
  2. Daily Graphic
  3. Ghanaian Times
  4. Daily Guide

7. Radio Broadcaster or Practitioner of the Year – This award will be presented to a Broadcaster or Practitioner who most positively used radio to influence society in 2013 whilst using radio to educate, inform and mobilize action on the nation’s most pressing issues.

  1. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (Joy FM)
  2. Bernard Avle (Citi FM)
  3. Kwami Sefa Kayi (Peace FM)
  4. Wisdom Agbodza (Nyansa Boakwa) (Happy FM)

8. Television Broadcaster or Practitioner of the Year – This award will be presented to a Broadcaster or Practitioner who most positively used television to influence society in 2013 whilst using television to educate, inform and mobilize action on the nation’s most pressing issues.

  1. Odelia Ofori (TV3 News)
  2. Gifty Anti (The Stand Point)
  3. Paul Adom Otchere (Good Evening Ghana)
  4. Randy Abbey (Good Morning Ghana)

9. Print Journalist of the Year – This award will be presented to a journalist who most positively used print media to influence society in 2013 whilst using print media to educate, inform and mobilize action on the nation’s most pressing issues.

  1. William Asiedu (The Mirror Newspaper)
  2. Mabel Aku Baneseh (Daily Graphic)
  3. Cephas Larbi (Daily Guide)
  4. Edmund Kofi Yeboah (Daily Graphic)

10. Radio Station of the Year – This award will recognise the radio station that made the most significant contribution to national development. Quality of programmes, relevance of issues reported and causes canvassed for, quality and accuracy of news, among others will form the basis of selection.

  1. Joy FM
  2. Citi FM
  3. Oman FM
  4. Peace FM

11. Television Station of the Year – This award will recognise the television station that made the most significant contribution to national development. Quality of programmes, relevance of issues reported and causes canvassed for, quality and accuracy of news, among others will form the basis of selection.

  1. Viasat One
  2. TV3
  3. Metro TV
  4. GTV

12. Media Practitioner of the Year – This award will be presented to the overall best Media Practitioner in 2013. This is MaBA’s most prestigious individual award. Comes with a cash Prize of $500.00

  1. Ransford Tetteh (Daily Graphic)
  2. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (Joy FM)
  3. Kwami Sefa Kayi (Peace FM)
  4. Gifty Anti (The Stand Point)
  5. Media Organisation of the Year – This award will be presented to the overall best media or broadcasting organisation in 2013. This is MaBA’s most prestigious award for organisations. Comes with a cash prize of $500.00
  6. Viasat One
  7. Graphic Communications Group
  8. TV3
  9. Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
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Environment Award – This award will go to the Media House that has done the most outstanding work on environmental issues; providing education, and pushing for action on pressing environmental issues.
1. TV3
2. Adom FM
3. GTV
4. Junior Graphic

Arts, Culture & Entertainment Award – This award will be presented to the Media House that has done the most outstanding work in the area of arts, culture and entertainment in the year under review.
1. TV3 – Ghana’s Most Beautiful
2. YFM – Area Codes
3. e.TV – Panorama
4. TV Africa – Promoting African Values

Social & Gender Award – This award will go to the Media House that has done the most work on social and gender issues.
1. Ghana Television for the Stand Point
2. Daily Graphic for its Gender Column
3. Happy FM for Mass Wedding
4. JOY FM – Bridal Show

Democracy & Governance Award – The recipient will be a Media House whose work has made the most significant contribution to deepening democracy and promoting good governance within the year.
1. Daily Graphic (Reportage on Election Petition Hearing)
2. GTV (Coverage of Election Petition Hearing)
3. Metro TV (Good Morning Ghana)
4. GTV (Talking Point)CSR Award – This will go to the Media House with the best participation and significant impact in any community or project through its Corporate Social Responsibility programmes.1. Joy FM (Easter Soup Kitchen)
2. e.TV Ghana (Helping Little Maame Akua Siaw)
3. Viasat One (Right to Dream)
4. Citi FM (Easter Orphan Project)

PHOTO: Delay Show her B**bs

Check out Deloris Frimpong Manso a.k.a Delay as she shows her boobs.

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