The MTN Ghana Open Coffee, an initiative by MTN Ghana to address digital journalism, intellectual property and film making, kicked off today at the MTN House in Ridge, Accra.
Hosted by Digital Lead and CEO of Popout Ghana, Maximus Ametorgoh, today’s edition of MTN Open Coffee discussed smarter ways of improving the field of digital journalism.
The Open Coffee saw a series of activities from a presentation by the host, panel discussion and question and answer session, as well as a focus group discussion with participants. The Open Coffee was also aimed at brainstorming smart and effective ways in which digital journalists and communications executives can partner with MTN Ghana to monetize and improve digital portals.
The MTN Open Coffee continues tomorrow Tuesday, 4th September with discussions on ways to improve intellectual property rights in Ghana, and finally on Wednesday, 5th September with discussions on the basics of film making. Both sessions begin at 8am at the MTN House in Ridge, Accra.