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We bring you compliments from the staff and management of Diaspora Network Television (DNT), a wholly Ghanaian-owned satellite free-to-air station based in East Legon, Accra. DNT offers credible, unbiased and accurate news reporting, refreshing entertainment/sports programming and updates from the diaspora community.
Diaspora Network Television (DNT) is a continent-wide, satellite free-to-air television channel located in Accra, Ghana highlighting news and events from Ghanaians/Africans in the diaspora while also serving as the unique reference point of Ghanaians/Africans abroad for relevant news and events happening in Ghana and the rest of Africa.
Our Reach and Following
We are accessible on the MultiTv platform and are currently reaching audiences throughout Africa based upon feedback we are receiving from several countries.
We’re in talks with prospective partner stations in other countries in our quest to build the first television network representing Africa and her Diaspora. For our overseas audience, we have launched a mobile app to facilitate around the clock viewing of our programs.
Our mission statement
To broadcast programs and organize events with the aim of fostering mutual understanding between Ghana and her diaspora for the purpose of collaborating more for national development. Our success in resonating with the larger African diaspora community has prompted us to expand our focus to cover the entire African diaspora earlier than we originally planned to
A fully leveraged diaspora community for nation building
This growing network has positioned us to play the catalyst role in forming what could become the television network that Africa desperately needs. The Americans have CNN to propagate their vision. The British have always had BBC to do same. Now the Arabs have al Jazeera telling their own story. Africa has no such organization, and unfortunately no one appears committed to such a mission. With the popularity of DNT among the African diaspora and viewers within the continent, there is a real potential of capturing that news network vacuum that currently exists.
We have a plan to do so and we have begun discussions with other stations on the continent to form loose partnership of content sharing. We are also in discussions with media organizations in the United States such as Pacifica Radio Network. And we will not stop there.