Being a studio director for a leading television station is something many women will shy away from. No wonder that position has been a male-dominated area for years in Ghana.
But one woman who cannot be cowed and deterred in this environment is TV3’s Babina Fynn–Walker. She is not intimidated by the ultramodern TV studio in the country that even scares men of valour.
Babina Fynn–Walker is the unseen face behind the new world class studio recently outdoored by Ghana’s leading TV station as a Studio Director. She holds a Diploma in Graphics and Textile, First Degree in Marketing and a Masters in Communications.
Babina’s task is to make sure viewers of TV3 are fed with the best news and current affairs.
Babina Fynn–Walker has for a long time been the face of TV3’s ‘Everyday People’.
Her vast experience is reflective on her team members who have always been very supportive and delivered on time.
Babina shares her views on the transition from the old studio at TV3 to the “unrivalled” and “explosive studio” launched on October 1, which she describes as a “giant step” in the television industry. Babina takes the opportunity to talk about varied issues in an exclusive interview with 3news.com.
Watch the video below
Nana Afrane Asante/3news.com/Ghana