TV3’s morning show, New Day, just got better with three of the most experienced heads on the local media landscape taking over the flagship show.
The show sees the return of former Sunrise host Moon Sangmoor who will be joining Bridget Otoo and Bright Nana Amfoh for the four-hour inviting show.
The three treated viewers to a feel of greater things to expect as they kicked start their campaign on Friday, April 8 which coincided with Media General’s, owners of TV3, unveiling of the television station’s programmes for the rest of the year ahead of a busy election season.
The event, which took place at the plush Kempiski Hotel in Accra, was attended by clients of TV3 and the other media brands of MG.
The New Day trio are expected to bring to the already vibrant show, years of mainstream goodwill, which should get them some decent following just as it has been since TV3 hit screens of Ghanaians.
Bridget is undoubtedly one of the outstanding female hosts on television today.
The former Presenter of “You and the Police”, a programme designed to enhance police-public relations on TV3, holds a degree in Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism in Accra and is currently pursuing a masters degree in Entrepreneurial Management at the University of Ghana, Legon . The resilient Journalist has experience in business and sports presentation and has received training in human rights and corporate governance reporting.
Moon Sangmoor was the anchor for SUNRISE from 2008 – 2012 with Eric Don Arthur.
She is making a return to the station after four years, and with her familiarity and experience there is no doubt what she will bring on board. Moon has masters in International Affairs from the Legon Center for International Affairs (LECIA). She was also the host of the Onga Food Tour on TV3.
Bright Nana Amfoh host of News at 10 staged a return to the Kanda-based station, after quitting Multi TV’s Joy News.
A Fante who hails from Breman Kuntanse in the Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District of the Central Region, his style of journalism is largely hailed by industry watchers. He holds a first degree in Political Science from the University of Ghana, and a Masters degree in Mass Communication from the same institution.
With the three in charge of TV3’s flagship programme, New Day, the station is set to serve exciting time on local television every morning.
There is no gainsaying that TV3 over the years has demonstrated its ability to play big in Ghana’s growing media ecosystem.
Story by Nana Afrane Asante | tv3networ.com