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Marble Communications launches Finder Sports

By myjoyonline

Marble Communications Group, publishers of The Finder Newspaper and the Weekend Finder have launched yet another paper called Finder Sports.

Finder Sports, a full- fledged sports paper is expected to offer sports enthusiasts a viable and reliable alternative to sports information in Ghana and beyond.

The latest addition comes at a time when the already existing papers (The Finder and Weekend Finder) are doing tremendously well and regarded as the fastest growing print media in Ghana.

The first edition of Finder Sports is expected on the news stands on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 and would be out every other Tuesday.

Some exciting columns, features and pages to look forward to include Player Profile, Today in History, Sports business, Sports Medicine, Football Facts 101, Rumour Corner and the Joe Aggrey Columns.

Finder Sports is edited by former JOY FM sports presenter, Daniel Oduro and assisted by Joshua Tigo.

MD of Marble communications, Awal Mohammed (former MD of the Graphic Communications Group) is excited at the new 'baby' on the block and believes the alternative that Finder Sports brings is worth the investment.



Story by Ghana/ Tony Bebli/ Joy Sports

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