Ahead of RTC WMA 19: Creative Arts players in Western Regions to benefit from seminar on March 16

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As part of events prior to the main awards night, Westline Entertainment, organizers of Rigworld Training Centre (RTC) Western Music Awards has scheduled Saturday 16th March, 2019 as seminar for the Artistes and Creative Arts players in the Western and Western North Regions.

With the main aim of educating the Creative Arts players in the regions on specific subjects like celebrity and talent branding, quality contents for videos, music production, the show business amongst others, Westline Entertainment has convened astute professionals in media, creative arts and corporate communications to share best practices in the selected subjects.

The seminar which will be held at the SSNIT Conference room 311 in Takoradi is expected to host over 100 creative arts players.

Host of ‘Ekosiisen’ and Corporate Communications Expert Philip Osei Bonsu, Sound Engineer Zapp Mallet, Video Director T. Sangari, Ace Broadcaster and Auditor J.M. Caesar, CEO of Media Nubia and ace Broadcaster Nana Otu Gyandoh, Western Regional MUSIGA Chairman Joseph Atubiga, amongst others are the speakers who will take the industry players through the selected topics.

The third edition of the RTC Western Music Awards 2019 which has the tagline ‘The Best Comes from the West’ is scheduled to come off on 11th May, 2019 at the Best Western Plus Atlantic Hotel in Takoradi.

By: Nana Kwesi Coomson (Public and Media Relations Officer of RTC Western Music Awards) 0248185848

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