26.2 C
Monday, September 25, 2023

Related stories

Ghanaian youth are being stupid—Mr Logic 

Several Ghanaians, on September 21, 2023 joined the #OccupyJulorbiHouse...

“I tweet when i want to,you don’t force me to” – Serwaa Amihere

Ghanaian broadcaster, Serwaa Amihere, has expressed her frustration with...

Ama Governor publicly admits she sleeps with women

Social media influencer and aspiring lawyer, Elorm Ama Ababio,...

We are not dumb, we have energy and will keep protesting – Ama Governor

Ghanaian social media influencer Elomi Ababio, more commonly referred...

#OccupyJulorbiHouse: May we not miss the target, the clout chasers are in town – Sarkodie

Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has observed that the significant turnout...

Sometimes I don’t have money to pay for even trotro – Ama Governor

Ghanaian YouTuber Elorm Ababio, widely recognized as Ama Governor,...


Producers, presenters must sieve through when selecting Showbiz pundits – Francis Doku

Media consultant, Francis Doku has stated that selecting entertainment pundits and guests for TV and radio shows must be done carefully.

During a Twitter Space discussion, he stressed the importance of intelligent, qualified individuals discussing relevant topics to meet the audience’s expectations.

Mr Doku emphasized that choosing pundits should prioritize expertise and trustworthiness over mere ratings or entertainment value.

- Advertisement -

He advocated for a selection process based on specific criteria to ensure that pundits meet the necessary qualifications.

“Don’t invite just anyone on air. Many individuals lacking punditry credentials present themselves as experts,” he cautioned.

- Advertisement -

Furthermore, Doku encouraged continuous learning and professional development among pundits to enhance their knowledge and credibility within their respective fields.

“Pundits should strive for self-improvement to gain a deeper understanding of their field,” he advises.

- Advertisement -

Mr Doku’s insights contribute to ongoing discussions about improving the Ghanaian entertainment industry for the benefit of all stakeholders.

“Don’t allow just anybody on air. A lot of people who lack what it takes to be pundits go on shows and parade themselves as pundits. “There must be a criteria and they need to meet that. Producers, presenters must sieve through to see who meets what.” he said.

Latest stories